Young Syr­ians living in the U.S. are working with sev­eral activist orga­ni­za­tions to counter the cyber war the Syrian regime is waging.

Mohamad Al Bardan, 26, came to the U.S. two years ago to earn a master’s degree from North­eastern Uni­ver­sity. He never returned to Syria because of the civil war. He now works for a tech firm here. Al Bardan joined WBUR’s All Things Con­sid­ered to dis­cuss using tech­nology to work against the Syrian gov­ern­ment, and what it’s like watching from afar as the U.S. con­siders a mil­i­tary strike.

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