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Syrian Civil War

October 20, 2013 by  

Syrian Civil War, Amid all the bloodshed, confusion and deadlock of Syria’s civil war, one fact is emerging after 2½ years – no conflict ever has been covered this way.

Amateur videographers – anyone with a smartphone, Internet access and an eagerness to get a message out to the world – have driven the world’s outlook on the war through YouTube, Twitter and other social media.

The tens of thousands of videos have at times raised outrage over the crackdown by the regime of President Bashar Assad and also have sparked concern over alleged atrocities attributed to both sides.

The videos have also made more difficult the task of navigating between truth and propaganda – with all sides using them to promote their cause. Assad opponents post the majority of videos, and nearly every rebel-held area or brigade has a media office that produces and disseminates them. To a lesser degree, regime supporters produce some videos – but they also pick apart opposition videos, trying to show they are fake.

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