المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Protests in Idlib | Demonstrators demand the return of displaced people and condemn offensive cartoons and depictions of “Prophet Muhammad”

SOHR activists have monitored a demonstration in Bennish city in eastern Idlib this evening. The demonstrators demanded the return of displaced people to their homes in Idlib and Hama countryside, and the expulsion of regime forces from their areas. They also condemned the offensive cartoons and depictions of “Prophet Muhammad PBUH”.

 

Meanwhile, ex-HTS commander set the Danish and Swedish flags on fire, protesting these cartoons and the burning down of the “Mus’haf” (written copy of the Holy Quran).

 

Yesterday, SOHR eyewitnesses monitored a protest in Idlib city centre, in solidarity with the Muslim world and in support of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH, in the wake of the republication of offensive cartoons by the French newspaper “Charlie Hebdo”.

 

The demonstrators chanted slogans against those people, who claim that they support freedom of belief, but at the same time they incite religious and sectarian sedition. The demonstrators also called for holding to account these “extremists”.

 

Residents of Idlib city had called for a night rally dubbed “Except the messenger of Allah” in al-Sa’a square in Idlib city.

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