Homs: Baba Amr Neighborhood This is the last cryout! This is the last time we call for an international alliance to save what's left of the neighborhood and Homs city. The picture needs no description and the revolutionists confirmed the use of chemical weapons today SOS
Aleppo University Today's demonstration at the University's Square where protesters destroyed a marble picture of the late dictator Hafez Assad and raised the Syrian Independence Flag
Idlib: Trenbeh Another set of pictures from another place in Syria showing the wreckage and destruction that Assad militias and thugs caused to the homes of farmers in this town. The amount of destruction is tremendous and no words can describe it. All types of bombs were used and the residents were left with no place to live in and no farms to feed them. Again, these are Assad reforms in Syria
Hasaka: Qamishly Day-time demonstration today with a fleet of cars; protesters raised the Kurd State Flags
Hasaka: Amoda Evening demonstration today and a banner to the left "Daraa the Pave of Syrian Revolution… Liberty is Coming“ and to the right ”Amoda Coordination Committee.. Wednesday of Martyr Rami Al-Sayed"
Hama A banner that says “Assad.. Master of Carpentry and All Carpenters Has Hammered the Last Nail in His Casket, Dr. Faisal Al-Qassem, Al-Jazeera Channel Anchor ”
Idlib: Barra A young revolutionists with a band on his head saying “We Love Freedom” and the Syrian Independence Flags printed on his cheeks
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