The residents of Shahba town in Suwayda province have issued a call to fellow province residents to join an anti-regime protest scheduled for Tuesday in the Roman Temple square in the town. This call emphasizes the protest’s aim to reclaim the people’s rights that have been denied for five decades. They emphasize the unwavering commitment of the popular uprising in Suwayda, vowing not to cease until all these rights are restored. Their message is clear: “We will persist in public squares until UN Resolution 2254 is fully realized.”
On the preceding Monday, various regions in Suwayda province bore witness to anti-regime demonstrations. This included an evening protest commencing in front of the Al-Qurayya Town Council building, with demonstrators passionately calling for the removal of the Assad regime and the ousting of the Baath Party.
Another demonstration occurred in the village of Umm al-Rumman on Monday evening, with participants traveling from Suwayda city and adjacent villages, all uniting to demand the departure of Bashar al-Assad and the overthrow of the existing regime. A parallel evening demonstration took place in the village of Raymah Hazem in the western outskirts of Suwayda, featuring demonstrators from neighboring villages. These protesters jointly called for political transformation and the faithful implementation of UN resolutions on Syria.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)