* Date : 2016-08-30
Nour Saeed, who fled her war-torn country in 2013, has successfully established herself as a journalist for a public broadcaster in Sweden to shed light on the issues in Syria including ISIS.
In 2013, Nour Saeed fled her hometown, Latakia, in Syria following the horrific massacres that left hundreds of innocent civilians dead. During her journey as a refugee seeking asylum, she felt as though time had stopped, and her struggles weren't over until she finally arrived in Sweden. Speaking on behalf of the Syrian refugees, she says that most of them do not want to leave their homes, but they have no other choice in order to survive.
Since settling in Sweden, she has learned the language and culture, and successfully established herself as a journalist, delving into the issues concerning Syria and ISIS. For her exclusive inside reports, she was even nominated for the Bonniers Prize, a prestigious prize for journalists in Sweden.
Join us on "The Innerview" this week to meet Nour Saeed, a journalist who is devoted to restoring peace and harmony to her homeland, Syria.