Hundreds of anti-regime protesters from various neighborhoods of the city of Suwayda gathered at Al Karama Square in the city center on Tuesday to participate in the daily demonstration, as a continuation of the peaceful movement demanding political change and the implementation of UN Resolution 2254.
Members of the Engineers Syndicate in Suwayda called for an investigation to find out who killed engineer Ramzi Al-Muhaythawi, and to identify those responsible for silencing the voice of truth in Suwayda and all of Syria.
Local activists have pointed out that the parties carrying out kidnappings and assassinations in Suwayda province, with the aim of quelling the anti-regime protests that have been ongoing in the province for more than two months, are linked to the security services of the Assad regime.
Members of the Engineers Syndicate and Al- Muhaythawi colleagues organized a protest in front of the Engineers Syndicate in Suwayda, denouncing the crime. The participants in the protest called on the Engineers Syndicate to reconsider its fundamental mission of defending the rights of its members and their basic right to life.
On Monday, demonstrators in Suwayda announced the suspension of a general strike out of concern for civil peace and to prevent the brutal Assad regime from escalating violence in the province. At the same time, they emphasized their commitment to peaceful demonstrations in Karama Square and all the squares of the province.
The 60-year-old engineer, Ramzi Muhammad Al-Muhaythawi, hailing from the village of Labin in the western countryside of Suwayda, was tragically killed by six bullets to the head in the eastern countryside of Suwayda province, southern Syria, on November 1.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)