Special Edition of #IndependentMediaMonday and our very special guest was Syrian journalist/activist Afraa Dagher. Afraa speaks with Dr. Rhymes about the war on Syria, the major players in the region funding & fueling the terrorists & "moderate rebels," what life was like in Syria before the proxy war, the black market organ trade that has besieged Syrians and what changed transformed her from architect to activist/journalist. Listen to Ms. Dagher as she gives a heartfelt ren
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