The number is 103. That’s how many flights he’s boarded since the Syrian uprising started. Then there are countless meetings and umpteen faces, some he will remember and many that have already been forgotten. In the past 22 months, ever since Adib Shishakly’s criticism of the Syrian government went from private to public, a lot has been unaccounted for. There’s a lot he wants to forget, the helpless hands reaching out for food, the dead bodies and razed towns. But he’ll keep c