Local media released images and videos on Thursday depicting demonstrations in Daraa, wherein participants voiced their demands for the downfall of the Assad regime and the liberation of detainees held within the regime’s prisons.
The protesters conveyed their resolute commitment to the Syrian Revolution through slogans and banners, echoing their rightful aspirations for freedom, honor, and democracy. Within the city, local activists inscribed anti-Assad statements on walls, underscoring the ongoing pursuit of the Syrian revolution’s goals and principles, while also honoring the substantial sacrifices borne by the Syrian people in their quest for freedom.
Activists in Daraa rallied for significant gatherings scheduled for the upcoming Friday, synchronized with similar calls for demonstrations across diverse Syrian cities and towns.
The previous Wednesday saw hundreds of people organize extensive demonstrations in the towns of Al-Taybeh, Saida, and Khirbet Ghazaleh, all situated in Daraa’s eastern outskirts. These demonstrations took place in proximity to facilities housing the Assad regime forces. Streets were partially obstructed, and protesters prominently displayed banners and slogans advocating for change, the overthrow of the Assad regime, the liberation of detainees, and various other exhortations emphasizing the unity of the Syrian population. Protesters also voiced additional slogans and chants calling for the unity of the Syrian people, emphasizing that Syria is a nation of civilizations, not illicit drugs.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)