Fellow Researcher at Omran for Strategic Studies concentrating on governance and local councils, de-radicalization, Islamism, Kurdish National Movement, and Middle-East new regional order. He earned his PhD in IT security from the University of Technology in Compiègne in France and has published a number of studies in Worm propagation in P2P networks, and in Networks Vulnerability Detection. He previously worked as the Executive Director of the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) media office, since its establishment in late 2012 until September 2014. Hatahet was one of the first Syrian bloggers’ generation in 2004, and later founded the collective blog http://www.the-syrian.com. In 2013, he co-founded Radio Al Kul in April 2013 to address the consequences of the intensive attacks on civilians in Syria as a source of news and information as well as public awareness campaigns.

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Thursday February 25

Abstract: The statement on the cessation of hostilities in Syria released on February 22, 2016 following meetings
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RT @NTenzer: Normalizing the #CrimesAgainstHumanity, imprescriptible and ineligible for amnesty, committed by #Assad regime would herald th…
The Syrian regime killed 1000 detainees from one city in 15 January 2013. #Daraya was the capital of the pacifist n… https://t.co/aa5HqHtAh3
Thank you @alkanadiyya! لا يشكر الله من لا يشكر الناس https://t.co/PxuyoNsKID
The regime has never lacked the tactics to increase the suffering of the Syrian people. The reconciliatory/normaliz… https://t.co/WwJMTMiece
  This updated map of Idlib Province and its surroundings (Western Aleppo and Northern Hama),…
Wednesday August 15
In  Reports 
Executive Summary The Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) project faces a number of challenges, including repeated…
Thursday July 26
In  Papers 
This report presents a brief account of latest developments in southern Syria, covering the Daraa…
Thursday July 19
In  Reports 
Updated Influence report and map of Syria 22 June 2018 with % of Gains &…
Monday June 25
In  Reports