Hundreds of people on Friday took to the streets in the town of Kafar Naha in western rural Aleppo and the town of Killi in northern rural Idlib, demanding the overthrow of the Assad regime and the lifting of the sieges on eastern Ghouta in rural Damascus.
Demonstrators stressed that the Syrian revolution continues as they demanded the release of detainees from the prisons of the Assad regime. Over 700 people gathered in the town of Kafar Naha following Friday prayers.
Demonstrators held signs that read “freedom for detainees in Homs Central Prisoners,” “save the children of Ghouta from death,” “the revolution continues,” and also waved the flag of revolution.
Dozens of civilians gathered in the town of Killi. They waved the flag of the Syrian revolution and held signs condemning the siege the Assad regime forces impose on eastern Ghouta. They also demanded the release of detainees, especially prisoners in Homs Central Prison.
In the town of Douma in rural Damascus, protestors condemned the brutal siege regime forces impose on eastern Ghouta. Dozens of people, including children, protested to renew demands for the overthrow the Assad regime and the lifting of the years-long siege.
Demonstrations and sit-ins were previously held in several cities and towns of Syria condemning the siege imposed on eastern Ghouta where a number of civilians died due to malnutrition. Protesters called on the international community and humanitarian organizations to urgently intervene to lift the siege. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department + Smart News Network)