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Syria's YouTube Revolution

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As the Syrian revolution unfolded over the last year, Syrian-Americans have been glued to YouTube - the primary source of information from the war zone. Mohja Kahf saw the videos as a call to action. Read the full description.

Latitude_logo_small This is a non-narrated story featuring the voice of Mohja Kahf. With the exception of the one song used, all ambient sound was taken from YouTube.

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This is a non-narrated story featuring the voice of Mohja Kahf. With the exception of the one song used, all ambient sound was taken from YouTube.

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