"You can kill a rebellion but you cannot kill a revolution…O mean man, do not stand for election" | Anti-regime graffiti on Daraa's walls on anniversary of the death of the first two people in "Syrian Revolution" • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

“You can kill a rebellion but you cannot kill a revolution…O mean man, do not stand for election” | Anti-regime graffiti on Daraa’s walls on anniversary of the death of the first two people in “Syrian Revolution”

Today, March 18, 2021, the people of Syria mark the tenth anniversary of the death of the first two young men in “Syrian Revolution”, Mahmoud Al-Jawaberah and Hossam Ayyash, who were killed by gunfire of regime forces and the “Shabiha” (regime loyalists who abuse power and conduct illegal actions for the benefit of the regime) in Daraa, the “cradle of the Syrian Revolution”.

 

In this context, SOHR sources have reported that unknown individuals have left anti-regime graffiti on the walls of Daraa which is under the control of the Syrian regime and Iranian and Russian forces. Some pieces of graffiti read “you can kill a rebellion but you cannot kill a revolution…it is better for you that the revolution lives not to talk about it…O mean man, do not stand for election…the revolution has been written by the blood of free people, then who you think you are to decide…the anniversary of the revolution of dignity”.

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