Protests in Aleppo | Residents of A’zaz demand the release of detainees in “National Army” prisons • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Protests in Aleppo | Residents of A’zaz demand the release of detainees in “National Army” prisons

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that hundreds of residents of A’zaz city in northern Aleppo countryside went out on protests after Friday prayers, demanding the release of detainees in the “National Army” prisons, who were arrested following the last demonstrations against the statements of the Turkish Foreign Minister, regarding the possibility of reconciliation between the opposition and the Syrian regime.

Moreover, protestors confirmed the necessity of uniting together to take down the Syrian regime, fight the corruption and to unify among the ranks of the opposition.

On August 20, Observatory sources reported that hundreds of residents staged a demonstration in Al-Bab city in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo, protesting Erdogan’s stance and statements by the Turkish Foreign Minister regarding Turkey’s proposal for a “reconciliation” with the Syrian regime.

The demonstrators lifted placards with anti-Erdogan slogans written on them, one of which read “since you announced your Red Lines, we have realised that you are impostor.”

The protestors also chanted anti-regime slogans, expressing their rejection of any “reconciliations” with the Syrian regime.