Civil activists in Suwayda city and its surrounding areas have sustained their protests in Karama Square for over a month. Today, on Thursday, demonstrators continue to display banners reiterating their popular demands for freedom and political change.
Protesters from the town of Habran, Shahba, and its villages joined the gathering in Al Karama Square today, Thursday. A local religious leader addressed the women participating in the protests, commending their dignified, courageous, and morally upright conduct.
Yesterday, on Wednesday, demonstrators at Karama Square displayed banners in Chinese, English, and Arabic, along with artistic paintings and drawings, employing various means of expression to convey their popular demands. They stressed the importance of political change and the implementation of Security Council Resolution 2254.
The demonstrators emphasize that their demands are primarily of a political nature and extend beyond economic and service-related issues. They call for a political transition, adherence to UN Resolution 2118, the prosecution of those responsible for war crimes against the Syrian people in the International Criminal Court, and the release of detainees.
Source: (SOC’s Media Department)