The peaceful anti-regime movement in Suwayda province has marked its second month, with Al-Sir (Karama) Square evolving into an open platform for the promotion of freedom and democracy.
On Monday, the square witnessed a new assembly of demonstrators who displayed fresh images, banners, and slogans. These slogans included statements like “Suwayda does not tolerate the trafficking and distribution of narcotics” and “Our top demand is the implementation of UN Resolution 2254 with accountability for all criminal acts.”
The demonstrators carried pictures commemorating fallen heroes, detainees, and individuals missing under the Assad regime’s custody. They passionately called for the immediate release of detainees and the disclosure of the fates of those who have gone missing.
In a symbolic display of their opposition to the Baath Party and the Assad regime, local activists played a newly composed song titled “We Don’t Want It, the Traitor Baath Party, We Don’t Want It.” The song was passionately sung by two young men from the town of Al-Ghariya in southern rural Suwayda, underscoring their rejection of the Assad regime and their call for its overthrow.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)