New graffiti in Nawa city condemning regime and Russia military operations in Idlib • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

New graffiti in Nawa city condemning regime and Russia military operations in Idlib

Daraa Governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
SOHR sources reported seeing new graffiti in Daraa governorate, where the residents of Nawa city wrote new writings on the walls of the city, in solidarity with the humanitarian disaster in Idlib, and condemning military operations of the regime and Russia there.

On the 27th of this month, the Syrian Observatory has reported that several demonstrations were held in rural Daraa as part of the “popular uprising” in the area. The “Syrian Observatory” monitored tens of young people took to the streets in Nahta town east of Daraa, in evening demonstration, in solidarity with Idlib province and condemning shelling and displacement of people there, the demonstrators demanded the release of detainees from regime prisons, while another demonstration took place in al-Jiza town, where the demonstrators raised banners denouncing the policy of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the bombardment of the Russian warplanes on rural Idlib .

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