Seis Anos Depois, Mais de 400.000 Mortos: Os Graffiti Kids que Espantaram a Guerra da Síria

Mark MacKinnon tells the story of Naief Abazid — who, at the urging of some older boys, graffitied a school wall on a lark in Daraa, Syria, at age 14. The “writing on the wall” enraged Syria’s Baathist dictatorship, and became the source of ignition in the Syrian war.

via Six Years Later, Over 400,000 Dead: The Graffiti Kids Who Sparked the Syrian War — Longreads

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