EXCLUSIVE: Dilly Hussain interviews Bilal Abdul Kareem on Syrian war

In this exclusive interview, deputy editor of 5Pillars, Dilly Hussain interviews American journalist, Bilal Abdul Kareem, who is currently based in rebel-held Idlib about the latest developments in the Syrian war. 

The interview covers the recent fall of Aleppo to Assad forces, the current ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey, rebel disunity, foreign military intervention, sectarianism, Al Qaeda, ISIS, and the future of Syria.

NOTE: The question Dilly Hussain asked when the audio was lost at 16:22 was, “Who bares most the responsibility for the fall of Aleppo?”

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