First, perhaps because the foreign press is barred from much of Syria, the journalists are reporting from Lebanon or Jordan instead.
Second, all the reports cite a human rights activist named Wissam Tarif when discussing the death toll and how the clashes between protesters and security forces transpired.
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Given media restrictions in Syria, activists like Tarif and human rights lawyer Razan Zaitouneh are becoming critical conduits of information for foreign journalists reporting on the increasingly bloody uprising in the country.
Which makes us wonder, who exactly is Wissam Tarif?
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