She's A Superstar In DamascusKirk Albrecht
In the famous Hamadiya market in the old city of Damascus, there are two names everyone knows. The first is Hafez Al Assad, Syria's President for more than a quarter century. His face peers down from hundreds of posters. There are no visible signs of the second household name, but it's as cherished here as it is unknown in the rest of the world: Ghada Shouaa.
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