New anti-regime graffiti were scrawled on the walls of Dara’a city on Wednesday a few days after defiant demonstrators took to streets of central Dara’a to emphasize the revolution will continue until the overthrow of the regime with all its symbols and pillars.
President of the Syrian Coalition Abdurrahman Mustafa said that the revolution “will not stop,” and that the Syrian people “will not give up their fight for freedom.
Smart News Network quoted local activists in Dara’a as saying that new graffiti appeared on walls inside the city reaffirming that the revolution will until the overthrow of the Assad regime.
The phrases that were written on the walls included “our dignity is above your tightened security grip,” “we will not forget the detainees,” “the people want the overthrow of the regime,” and “shame on those who volunteered with the regime forces.”
In comments he earlier posted on Twitter, President Mustafa said that the revolutionary movement in the provinces of Swaidaa and Dara’a and elsewhere in Syria would not die down.
“Syrians have known the taste of freedom of which they have been deprived for decades and will not give it up any more. The end of tyranny is certain. The crimes being committed by Assad and his allies will not prevent his downfall,” President Mustafa said.
The revolutionary movement has recently escalated in Dara’a despite the tightened security by the Assad regime which recaptured the region a few months ago.
Nasr al-Hariri, Head of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, earlier said that the “anti-regime demonstrations in Dara’a are coming back from the rubble and destruction to make the voice of the Syrian people heard to the whole world.” (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)