The people of Dara’a province continue to scrawl anti-regime graffiti on the walls in many towns and villages of the province to show solidarity with their brothers and sisters in Idlib province which has been subjected to relentless bombing campaign by the Assad regime and its Russian ally.
Local activists published photos of graffiti on the walls that read ‘Oh Idlib, we are with you until death,’ ‘Idlib is under fire,’ ‘the blood and honor of the people of Idlib and the south are one and the same,’ and ‘we prefer death to humiliation.’
The graffiti was scrawled in the towns of Ma’araba and Al-Mita’iya in eastern rural Dara’a, the town of Al-Shajara in western rural Dara’a, and the Al-Lajat region in northeastern rural Dara’a.
The graffiti emphasized the unity of the Syrian people in front of the killings, destruction and displacement taking place in Idlib province. It also expressed rejection by the people of Dara’a of the Assad regime and its Russian ally’s atrocities in northern Syria.
The anti-regime civil movement has been reenergized in many areas under the control of the Assad regime in recent months. Earlier this week, graffiti was scrawled in the town of Kanakir in Rural Damascus calling for the overthrow of the Assad regime, while similar graffiti has recently resurfaced in a number of towns and villages in Dara’a, Suwayda and rural Damascus. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)