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Syria's video activists give revolution the upper hand in media war

Guardian :: In April last year Ahmad Mohammad left his village in northern Syria filled with its pomegranate trees, figs, and goats, and moved to Lebanon. He came back five months later with a certificate in mobile phone maintenance – a weapon more powerful than Bashar al-Assad's helicopters and tanks. Armed with camera phones activists are posting hundreds of videos on the internet every day documenting the civil war

A report by Luke Harding, www.guardian.co.uk

Tags: Syria

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