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Eamonn Walsh | 16:49 UK time, Monday, 26 September 2011

After Libya, will Syria be the next Arab dictatorship to fall to people power?

For months a popular uprising has been fighting an unseen and bloody battle against the Syrian regime.

Panorama has been given secret filming footage from inside Syria and can now tell the full story of those struggling against President Assad and the truth about his brutal crackdown against his own people.

We welcome your views on Inside the Secret Revolution. Please use this forum to give us your comment.


  • Comment number 1.

    I found the program horrendous and the sprit of the people totally amazing. But was totally horrified by the BBC totally lack of sensitivity by putting its ratings above its content through advertising the second it was over, its next program. It deserved some silence, with credits for us, the audience to take in what we had just seen. My reaction was to switch off the television. Why show such videos of human bravery and courage if you have no sensitivity and are SO cynical. I am ashamed for you.

  • Comment number 2.

    I was skimming through the comments on this documentary on youtube and this one caught my attention:
    "Apparently, you do not want to see and you are putting you head in the sand. Reuters apologized for airing fabricated news clips sent out to a German news agency by the journalist in the "documentary" Mr. Khalidi, the Australian news agency ABC did the same. All of this was ignored in this film. The people should not accept mediocre journalism, especially from BBC."

    i am not sure if the comment implies that the BBC video contains "some" of the clips that were identified as "fabricated" by Reuters.

    Kindly shed some light on the issue/misunderstanding.



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