My journey into journalism began in 2011, when I began to comment on world events on college computers in class breaks. My focus was on the Libyan & Syrian revolutions. In 2012 I joined Radio Free Syria as a writer.
In 2013 I worked in Syria as a correspondent for the group, filming a short documentary on the anti-Assad uprising.
In August 2014 I left Radio Free Syria due to disagreements over the approach to their coverage, becoming an independent journalist. By this time the Syrian revolution had become an Islamic rising, calling for Islamic governance.
Radio Free Syria displayed an inferiority complex towards the western world view, presenting legitimate wishes of Syrian Muslims to govern their society to be the demands of “Islamists” – a buzzword employed to deny Muslims that adhere to all aspects of their faith (in terms of governance, as well as in terms of personal worship) agency.
I couldn’t agree. I later discovered and embraced the Islamic faith, rejecting secularist hedonism and attempts to replace Syria’s rich Islamic history and traditions with irreligious nihilism.
By October 2015 I was in Turkey as an English language spokesman for the Salam Organisation (which assists Syrian refugees). I lived among refugees and reported from Reyhanli, before being arrested, beaten and summarily deported by the government.
It was in 2015 that I embarked on my most ambitious project – documenting huge number of Iran/Assad-aligned war criminals, militants and terror cells that flooded into Europe under the guise of “refugees”.
I have also begun devoting attention to American politics (especially in regard to Donald Trump) and will continue to do so. I also cover world events in general.