After leaving Raqqa, Dr. Thaier Al-Husain sat down in Yeovil to talk revolution, ISIS and coping with the legacy of the nine-year war in Syria.
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Syria is a global battlefield, the latest phase in a multi-generational regional war.
“It has become a city of ghosts, it is filled with the smell of death and blood.”