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January 19th, 2012

2012.01.19
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Homs We've just received these picture and wonder how the Arab League Observers could NOT see any form of armed forces inside the disaster city!!!!!!!
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Homs We've just received these picture and wonder how the Arab League Observers could NOT see any form of armed forces inside the disaster city!!!!!!!
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Homs A heart-breaking picture from inside the disaster city. Corpse are on the road's side and no one can pull them out and bury them due to the intense shelling by the merciless security forces of Assad's regime
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Homs Exchanging the food and basic supplies between the neighborhoods by throwing them across the street. The people cannot cross it due to the extensively deployed checkpoints in all streets and shooting at any moving object! This proves the strict and feral siege inside the city and here we also wonder if the Arab League Observers were able to see that!!!!
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Homs Another picture to describe the tremendous level of destruction in the city. This man is breaking branches from a fallen tree, due to security members' shooting, and then use them to set fire on and warm his family. It is worth mentioning that Homs is the third biggest city in Syria and was one of the modern places to live in. However, when this revolution begins, the brave people of this city were the first to rebel and now it's literally considered a "Disaster Area"
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Homs: Baba Amr Neighborhood A wall full of bullets due to security members' gunfire. Even though, it's written on the wall "Our Christian & Alawite Brothers, This Criminal Regime Will Be Toppled But Our Beloved Syria and Us Are Staying"
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Idlib: Jerjnaz A child carrying banner "To the Honorable and Free People in the World, Help Us or We'll Die at Your Sight"
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Damascus Suburbs: Daraya A women demonstration in front of the Environment Protection Directorate and they were carrying pictures of the detainees and calling for their immediate release as per the Presidential Pardon
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Damascus Suburbs: Daraya A women demonstration in front of the Environment Protection Directorate in the city. On the Left a woman carrying a picture of her two sons and wrote down "My Sons, I'm Waiting for You to Come Back"
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Damascus Suburbs: Daraya "Assad, Where Is Your Pardon? Where is My Brother and the Rest of the Detainees?!"
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Damascus Suburbs: Daraya "To Security Members, We Are Calling For You to Execute Your President's Pardon Immediately!"
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Damascus Suburbs: Hamourya A night-time demonstration raising the Syrian Independence Flag. The protesters are performing a traditional Syrian dance on revolutionary chants
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Damascus Suburbs: Hamourya A night-time demonstration raising the Syrian Independence Flag. The protesters are performing a traditional Syrian dance on revolutionary chants
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Damascus Suburbs: Hamourya "To the Arab League, Thank You For What You Did So Far, If There's Any. Please Stop Interfering in Our Revolution. We Have the Lord and the Free Syrian Army and They Are More Than Enough."
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany A night-time demonstration in the recently freed city and now under intense siege
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany A night-time demonstration in the recently freed city and now under intense siege
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany A night-time demonstration in the recently freed city and now under intense siege
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany The city is under control of the Free Syrian Army and a banner on its entrance "Here's Zabadany The Cemetery of Thugs (Shabeeha). Herds of Security Member and Thugs Are NOT Allowed to Enter"
This banner is also posted at the entrance of the freed city!
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany "We'd Like to Thank All The Free Syrian People for Their Invaluable Support and Compassion With Us"
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Idlib Kafar Nobbol An joke about the extensive deployment of tanks in Homs started months ago and now it continues "Tank Wash and Maintenance Shop in Homs Opened a New Branch in Kafar Nobbol"
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Qamishly: Amoda a banner prepared for tomorrow's demonstration showing the Syrian cities composing a giant bulldozer throwing the "Assad's Regime and Ba'ath Party" into the dustbin of history
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Qamishly: Amoda a banner prepared by the Children of Amoda for tomorrow's demonstration "To Whom It May Concern, If A Syrian Isn't Being Killed By The Regime's Bullet, (S)he Is Dying Inside From The Silence About These Horrific Massacres"
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Qamishly: Amoda "Is Bringing Prostitutes to the Resident of the Arab League Observers Part of the League's Protocol?"
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Qamishly: Amoda a banner prepared for tomorrow's demonstration saying "I Love Azadi" which stands for "Freedom" in the Kurdish language that is used by the vast majority of the residents in the governorate
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Homs: Hamra Neighborhood a special banner for tomorrow's demonstration "Greeting to Those With Free Pens, Greeting to the Free Voices Out There and Greetings to Hurriyat (Freedom) Magazine, The Voice of All Free Syrians"
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany BBC anchor Jeremy Bowen in the recently freed city checking the conditions and meeting with families and relatives of martyrs and detainees
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany BBC anchor Jeremy Bowen in the recently freed city checking the conditions and meeting with families and relatives of martyrs and detainees
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany BBC anchor Jeremy Bowen in the recently freed city checking the conditions and meeting with families and relatives of martyrs and detainees
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany BBC cameraman shooting freely in the city that recently went under the control of the Free Syrian Army
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Damascus Suburbs: Zabadany BBC anchor Jeremy Bowen in the recently freed city and a truck full of basic supplies and relief packages just arrived from other Syrian cities in support to the people who underwent 6 days of intense shelling and gunfire by Assad's forces
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