Hundreds of people who were displaced from the town of Tadef in rural Aleppo demonstrated in the nearby town of Albab to demand the withdrawal of the Assad regime forces form their town so that they can return to their homes.
About 700 people, the majority of whom were displaced from the town of Tadef, took part in the demonstration which marched in the streets of the Albab on Friday. They called on the Free Syrian Army and the Turkish army to force regime forces from their town.
Demonstrators held signs supporting Operation Olive Branch being launched by the Free Syrian Army and the Turkish army in Afrin against the PYD militia.
About 150 people held a sit-in in the IDPs camp near the village Sajjo north of Aleppo on Friday to mark the second anniversary of their displacement from the town by the PYD militia.
Moreover, nearly 100 civilians from the town of Tal Refa’at and surrounding villages as well as the towns of Al-Shuyoukh and Manbij from were they were displaced by the PYD militia held a sit-in demanding that the Free Syrian Army help return to their villages and towns.
In rural Homs, dozens of people and FSA fighters took part in a demonstration in the town of Rastan against Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham militant group and demanded that it leave the town.
Demonstrators in Albab and Rastan reaffirmed commitment to the unity of Syria in the face of the Assad regime and Russia as well as commitment to the principles of the Syrian revolution. They also chanted pro-FSA slogans. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department + Agencies)