Last year, Syrian cartoonist Ali Ferzat was kidnapped and assaulted by pro-government forces for satirizing those in power, leaving the human rights advocate with broken hands as "a warning" against continuing his work. An inspirational new video shows that, thankfully, he didn't listen.The eleven minute video from Samar Media features Ferzat
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