Civilians and activists in the liberated areas and Idlib city on Tuesday organized sit-in protests to show solidarity with the people of southern rural Idlib which has been subjected to brutal military campaign by the Assad regime and Russian forces.
Protests took place in the towns of Al-Bab, Souran, Dabiq, and Sajo in northern rural Aleppo where protestors expressed their solidarity with the people of Idlib province. They also condemned the escalating onslaught being launched by the Assad regime and Russian forces on the province.
A demonstration also took place in the city of Idlib where demonstrators expressed their solidarity with the armed opposition and called for a correction of the course. They also reaffirmed commitment to the principles of the revolution as they called for the overthrow the Assad regime.
Protesters held up signs that read ‘we call on the Free Syrian Army to open new battlefronts,’ ‘Idlib does not words, it needs swords,’ and ‘the murderous Russians want to revive Bashar al-Assad by killing the Syrian people.’
The demonstrators called upon the international community to put an end to the mass displacement of civilians and the ongoing onslaught on northern Syria. They also called for relieving the IDP and meeting their needs. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)