In this special July 2 edition of GRTV, we interview Canadian award-winning journalist Eva Bartlett about her most recent trip to Syria.
In this 26 minute feature Bartlett talks about residents in Douma who refute the accusations of chemical weapons attacks there, she talks about the kidnapping of civilians and the hoarding of food by terrorist factions, Western governments reprisals in April which affected cancer care facilities, an the toll sanctions were taking on the country.
Eva also recounts her experiences in Gaza and how they inform her understanding of Israel's most recent attacks on protesters at the Israel-Gaza border wall.
More of Eva's journalistic work can be found at
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+Night Owl so what are you trying to say the Syrian government doesn't kill its own people indiscriminately. Even though the reason for the uprising was because they were killing protestors of the regime. Are they not allowed to have an elected government
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Not saying it should be trusted 100%, but it does seem people in Trump's admin are aware of the type of garbage we see in Syria.
the people of Gaza, Hamas and the PIJ oppose Assad and support terror and regime change in Syria. Hamas sent weapons and military advisers to the FSA and in 2015 Assad claimed that Hamas in Yarmouk camp were working with Al Nusra.
Yes!!! Honorable Eva came to Mexico City and, alongside Thierry Meyssan (Voltaire Network) was given a very deserved award to her honesty, boldness and courage!!! Hope some day we shall see Vanessa Beeley, Patrick Henningsen and Carla Ortiz bringing their testimonies about syrian conflict to their mexican followers.
Thanks for having me on! About that NewsBud smear, some context into Edmonds' attacks on others and then myself and colleagues. https://ingaza.wordpress.com/2018/01/20/a-personal-reply-to-the-fact-challenged-smears-of-terrorist-whitewashing-channel-4-snopes-and-la-presse/
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