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16 September 2012: T.A. from Daraa; Amman, Jordan.
17 September 2012: I.M. from Daraa Governorate; Irbid, Jordan.
18 September 2012: E.K. from Golani Displaced Persons Camp, Daraa; Amman, Jordan.
20 September 2012: J.S. from Aleppo; Amman, Jordan.
6 October 2012: U.D. from Daraa; Ramtha, Jordan.
7 October 2012: B.J. from Swayda; Amman, Jordan.
9 October 2012: D.L. from Daraa; Amman Jordan.
11 October 2012: T.J. from Hama; Irbid, Jordan.
13 October 2012: Z.H. from Daraa; Irbid, Jordan.
20 October 2012: D.L. from Daraa; Amman, Jordan.
20 October 2012: J.I. from Damascus suburbs; Amman, Jordan.
17 August 2013: L.M. from Daraa; Amman, Jordan.
22 August 2013: Y.H. from Homs; Amman, Jordan.
2 September 2013: I.E. from Idlib; Antakya, Turkey.
3 September 2013: Z.H. from Qamishli; Antakya, Turkey.
5 September 2013: R.A. from Aleppo; Antakya, Turkey.
10 September 2013: N.C. from Aleppo; Antakya, Turkey.
25 September 2013: D.F. from Hama; Reyhanlı, Turkey.
26 September 2013: B.A. from Hama; Reyhanlı, Turkey.
30 October 2013: M.A. from Aleppo; Istanbul, Turkey.
15 November 2013: Second interview with L.M. from Daraa, via Skype.