The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

“No return before the departure of Al-Assad” | Anti-regime graffiti on the walls of Daraa’s Jasim denounces the conference on refugees’ return

Daraa Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Syrian Observatory activists say that young people left anti-regime graffiti on the walls of Jasim city in the northern countryside of Daraa, denouncing the conference on refugees’ return. Some pieces of the graffiti read “The revolution is an idea and the idea never dies – The return starts only when Al-Assad leaves – The revolution is continuing – No return before the departure of Al-Assad”.


On November 11, reliable sources told the Syrian Observatory that young males and adults in Al-Ghariya al-Sharqiya town in the eastern countryside of Daraa blocked the roads in the town by setting rubber tires on fire, expressing their solidarity with the events in the eastern al-Karak Al-Sharqi town.


On the other hand, Observatory activists monitored anti-regime graffiti written by the residents of Jassim town on the walls, in solidarity with al-Karak al-Sharqi, some of which read “We are all al-Karak – from Jassim to al-Karak, Hawaran is one body – Oh, Assad’s dogs, if you return we will come back”.