Dozens of people on Friday held a demonstration demanding the release of detainees from the prisons of the Assad regime as they expressed solidarity with the provinces of Idlib and Hama which are being subjected to brutal bombing campaign by the Assad regime and Russian forces.
Dozens of people gathered outside the Umari Mosque in central Dara’a after the Friday congregational prayers then marched through the streets of the city. They demanded the release of detainees and an end to the violations against civilians.
Demonstrators held signs that read ‘O Idlib and Hama, Dara’a with you until for Death. They also held signs paying tribute to the fallen hero Sarout and vowing not to forget him.
Dozens of civilians on Monday took to the streets of Dara’a as demonstrators chanted slogans supporting the revolution and raised the flag of the revolution although the area is under the control of the Assad regime.
Several anti-regime demonstrations have taken place in Dara’a in recent weeks, with the demonstrators vowing to continue with these demonstrations despite the Assad regime tightening of its grip on the province. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)