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please read this fine-grained human portrait of souad, and of her journey from syria’s oppression and war to the netherlands and herself, by @AliaMalek  on @nytimesatwar . To more fully understand war, ⁩ follow those who stagger out.

“For me, home is not a place; it’s the feeling of warmth, safety and love — that’s something I have found in many places," says Souad, who fled Syria 7 years ago in a displacement that took her to Jordan, then to Turkey, Greece and now the Netherlands.

It has been 7 years since Souad fled war-torn Syria. Now she is looking to find herself much more than she is hoping to find a home, a concept that has become so unattainable that she has learned to live without it.

After leaving Syria seven years ago in a displacement that took her first to Jordan, then to Turkey, Greece and the Netherlands, Souad is looking to find herself much more than she is hoping to find a home

It has been seven years since Souad fled Syria. In the Netherlands, she is finding herself by seeking out places that are free of Islamophobia, xenophobia and homophobia and where the crowd is diverse and multicultural.

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Franco-Algerian singer Souad Asla grew up in #B échar in south west #Algeria  listening tothe region's traditional repertoires. In 2015 she formed Lemma the first all-female ensemble from the Saoura to tour internationally. @alisonsarahird  met her.

Those 'Promised Brides' I spoke recently didn't just come here from Italy and Greece. So many extraordinary stories in this country. Like Souad's. #insightSBS  @SBS  @SBSOnDemandOnDemand 

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‘What’s your name?’ ‘Souad.’ ‘What are you doing down here, Souad?’ ‘I’m in pain.’ - The Girl Who Saved My Life:

Souad Abderrahim just became the first woman to be elected mayor of an Arab capital city 💪

Souad Abderrahim just became the first woman to be elected mayor of an Arab capital city 💪

Saudi feminist Souad al-Shammary roots her arguments in Islam, takes on kingdom's powerful religious establishment.

'I felt liberated' - Souad Hamidi tore off the niqab that Islamic State forced her to wear

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“If I thanked Canadians every day, it wouldn’t be enough”-resettled Syrian mum, Souad

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“If I thanked Canadians every day, it wouldn’t be enough”-resettled Syrian mum, Souad

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“If I thanked Canadians every day, it wouldn’t be enough”-resettled Syrian mum, Souad

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#SaudiArabia: Women’s rights activist Souad al-Shammari released after 3 months of detention without charge.

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