Activists and civilians held a demonstration in the town of al-Atareb in western rural Aleppo on Tuesday to reaffirm continued support for the revolution and commitment to its goals. Demonstrators stressed the resolution will continue until all its goals are achieved, most importantly the overthrow of the Assad regime.
The demonstration was attended by about 80 people who came from al-Atareb and the nearby towns of Kafarnouran and Tirmanin. Participants asserted the revolution would continue until the overthrow of the Assad regime as they reaffirmed commitment to the goals and principles of the revolution. They also reaffirmed the Syrian people’s demands for a Syria that is free from Assad, his backers, and his allied sectarian foreign militias.
The participants pointed out that they went out to send a message to the Free Syrian Army groups to stop the infighting and unite so that the Syrian people can continue with the revolution and regain their freedom and basic rights.
Activists and civilians earlier gathered on the Khan al-Asal-Aleppo road to mark the second anniversary of the mass forced displacement of the residents of eastern Aleppo and to demand their right to return to their homes.
In southern Syria, meanwhile, anti-regime demonstrations were renewed in central Dara’a city, the birthplace of the Syrian revolution. The demonstrators demanded the release of detainees from the prisons of the Assad regime as they denounced locals who are volunteering with the Assad forces.
The demonstrators raised the flag of the Syrian revolution and chanted slogans denouncing the Assad regime and its Russian ally’s failure to abide by the agreement concluded in the province in July 2018. Moreover, anti-regime graffiti begun to reappear on the walls of schools in some towns in rural Dara’a. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department + Smart News Network)