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February 2nd, 2012

Idlib The soldiers of the Free Syrian Army bidding farewell to a martyr in a military procession

Damascus Suburbs: Eastern Ghotta The brave soldiers of the Free Syrian Army who are currently defending the freed lands there and under intense shelling by the regime's forces

Hama Today's strike was successful all over the Hader area in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of Hama Massacre 1982

Homs A tank destroyed by the Free Syrian Army and the Syrian Independence Flags were raised on it

Qamishli: Qamishlo A day-time demonstration in commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Hama Massacre and protesters holding sympathetic banners for the affected city.

Hasaka: Qamishlo A day-time demonstration in commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Hama Massacre and a banner "Qamishlo Bows in Honor of Hama's Martyrs in 1982"

Hasaka: Qamishlo A day-time demonstration in commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Hama Massacre and a banner "Your Injustice and Brutality Won't Stop the Norias in Hama"

Hasaka: Qamishlo A day-time demonstration in commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Hama Massacre and protesters holding sympathetic banners for the affected city as well as the Syrian Independence Flags and the Kurd State Flags

Hasaka: Amoda A massive demonstration and raising the Kurd State Flag and a banner "Forgive Us Hama.. Back in 1982, We Didn't Have Al-Jazeera Satellite Channel"

Hasaka: Amoda a brave boy: Loran Saad Nabo holding a banner "I Give Up My Allowance to Buy The Russian Veto to Save the Rest of the Syrian Children." with the Kurd State Flag in the background

Hasaka: Amoda A massive demonstration and raising the Syrian Independence Flags, Kurd State Flags and anti-regime banners

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding the Syrian Independence Flag and anti-regime banners

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Red cards to encourage the people to protest tomorrow in commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Hama Massacre

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding the Syrian Independence Flag

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding a banner "Forgive Us Hama"

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding a banner "Hama the Painful Past, The Revolutionary Present and the Thriving Future"

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding Syrian Independence Flag

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding Syrian Independence Flag

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding Syrian Independence Flag

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; protesters holding Syrian Independence Flag

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya Female students' demonstration; and changing the school name to Martyr Gheyath Matar School, in honor of a Syrian hero who was from the city

Damascus Suburbs: Daraya A revolutionary student crossing the two Assads dictators' pictures (Father and son) and write ove “Damn Your Soul!!”

Aleppo: Mogambo Neighborhood A day-time demonstration in solidarity of Saad Al-Ansary and Fardos neighborhoods

Aleppo: Mogambo Neighborhood "Here Comes Aleppo Rebelling and Losing Martyrs.. We'll Continue the Revolution Together!!"

Raqqa An evening demonstration and a banner "30 Years After Hama Massacre and the Wound is Still Bleeding"

Damascus Suburbs: Saidnaya Monastery A picture of the damage caused by an artillery shell that targeted the ancient monastery

Idlib: Saraqeb A picture that worth thousands words..

Homs: Talbesih The type of weaponry used by Assad's forces and thugs to destroy the city for protesting against the bloody regime

Homs: Talbesih The damage caused by Assad's forces and thugs in one of the city's homes

Homs The elderly women in the city participate in the revolution by sewing the Syrian Independence Flag then give it to the revolutionists to warm up and rebel!!

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