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10 years after 'Ya Hayf', the anthem for the Syrian revolution

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Paris, March 27 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Martí Rodríguez / Mohammed Badra).- His song "Ya Hayf" was the informal anthem of the Syrian revolution. A decade after the uprising and with the country destroyed, the famous exiled singer-songwriter Samih Choukeir regrets that the movement was diluted.FOOTAGE AND SOUNDBITES OF SINGER-SONGWRITER SAMIH CHOUKEIR, SYRIAN SINGER WHO LIVES IN EXILE IN PARIS.

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