Bartlett, Eva Karene

2020 Apr 1 - 4:23pm
Great day of walking yesterday. I had things to do, but also many pleasant encounters, from morning till late afternoon. Morning encounters included greeting people I’ve gotten to know in this area–some from 2014, others more recently. Ran into an older friend, Joseph, who was on his pay to buy pickles from a vendor near Bab Touma square so I walked and talked with him. While we walked, I asked if he knew where I could find incense...
Tags: Syria
2020 Apr 1 - 3:09pm
I had the pleasure of collaborating with the Twitter account “Rebuilding Syria”, who took my raw footage (March 18) and photos from Aleppo’s historic souqs being restored and edited them fantastically. The clips show the pulse of life that is Syria, the amazing attention to detail and the incredible architecture that existed and is being repaired after liberation of this ancient area from terrorism. The Syrian people stood...
Tags: Aleppo, Syria
2020 Mar 19 (All day)
Long, productive, rewarding, and also sad, day in Aleppo. The sad–tragic–part was meeting a man, Abdel Aziz, who was held in the terrorists’ underground prison in the Eye/Children’s Hospital complex, occupied by terrorist factions until liberation of eastern Aleppo areas in late 2016. Held for over a year, he said, in solitary confinement most of that time, he said. In mid 2017, I saw an underground prison in that...
Tags: Syria
2020 Mar 8 - 2:10am
March 7, 2020, RT.com -Eva Bartlett A UN-mandated report, which accuses Russia of war crimes in Syria, heavily relies on anonymous sources and lacks evidence, but also smacks of deliberate disinformation that is halting the eradication of terrorism in Idlib. Earlier this week, the The Independent International Commission of Inquiry into the Syrian Arab Republic released a report largely lambasting Syria and Russia in their fight against...
Tags: Aleppo, Human Rights Watch, Idlib, media lies, Russia, Syria
2020 Feb 25 - 9:13pm
In London for a new round of Imperialism On Trial (February 25, info here), I was on George Galloway’s The Mother Of All Talkshows Sunday night to discuss Syria. George gives an excellent introduction on the nature of systematic, paid-for, organized, deliberate, war propaganda on Syria, to deceive people and whitewash the nature of the heinous, criminal, actions of the terrorists dubbed by the west as “rebels” who have...
Tags: Aleppo, Ambassador al-Ja'afari, chemical weapons, Donbass, Douma, Ghouta
2020 Feb 18 - 7:35am
In December 2016, the Syrian Arab Army, Russia & allies liberated the northern Syrian city of Aleppo of the al-Qaeda and equally-heinous terrorists who had occupied and terrorized civilians in the city since 2012. In the years subsequent, Aleppo to a large degree returned to peace, with rebuilding occurring in the hard-hit Old City, with displaced Syrians returning (contrary to the lies of UK Channel 4, among other war propagandizing...
Tags: al-Zahra'a, Aleppo, Idlib, media lies, Syria, Syria--my writings
2020 Feb 18 - 3:17am
Not for the first time I write about this sordid reality.  From the very beginning of the war on Syria, from early 2011, terrorists (then dubbed “unarmed protesters”) have slaughtered Syrian civilians, military and government employees (including famously throwing the bodies of slain postal workers from a post office rooftop).  In a 2015 article, I detailed some of the many early atrocities and massacres carried out by so-called...
Tags: Aleppo, Douma, Ghouta, Homs, Madaya, Syria
2020 Feb 13 - 7:29am
Interview I did in mid 2017. Still relevant, with all the nonsense war propaganda on Idlib… [Related: On Syrian hospitals being bombed…or not…] I spoke on what I’d just seen/heard in Syria: civilians telling me they were starved by the terrorists the West dubs “rebels”, whose crimes the West whitewash. I’d just been back to eastern Aleppo, and been to al-Waer and Madaya, areas propagandized on by lying corporate...
Tags: Douma, Ghouta, media lies, Syria, Syria--my interviews, White Helmets al Qaeda
2020 Feb 9 - 9:27pm
Interview I did recently on the Free Assange Vigil. We discuss media freedom and censorship issues, persecution of journalists, smears of journalists… At around 16:00, I made the point that we should thank the Syrian people, who have had the most powerful nations in the world warring on them. They stood with their country, their leadership, their army (they are the army). The worst war propaganda has been slung against them. Their...
Tags: Aleppo, chemical weapons, media lies, Syria, Syria--my interviews, Ukraine
2020 Feb 3 - 11:13am
Very pleased to have been a guest on the program “Conversations”, hosted by courageous and principled journalist Tareq Haddad. He writes: “Former Newsweek journalist Tareq Haddad speaks to Eva Bartlett, an award-winning independent journalist and activist. They discuss Eva’s early history, including her early days in Gaza and the West Bank, and how she transitioned into journalism in addition to addressing the large...
Tags: Syria
2020 Feb 2 - 5:45am
*Feature photo: Kindi hospital after terrorists truck bombed it (web photo)* In November 2016, as corporate media continued to scream about hospitals in Syria, I travelled to Aleppo again. At Aleppo’s University Hospital I met Dr. Ibrahim Hadid, former Director of Al Kindi Hospital, the largest and best cancer treatment hospital in the Middle East. The hospital was destroyed by terrorists in December 2013 truck bombing of Al-Kindi...
Tags: Aleppo, Dara'a, Idlib, media lies, SAMS, Syria
2020 Jan 29 - 2:52am
Thomas Röper is the creator of the Anti-Spiegel, a website that examines content produced by the German news site Der Spiegel for lies or misinformation. We discuss his work, and also life in Russia, where he has lived for over 20 years. Worthwhile listening for those wondering if perhaps the 24/7 anti-Russia rhetoric emanating from Western media and political figures might just be a bunch of nonsense.   *Apologies for the tech...
Tags: media lies, Russia

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