Raising pictures of “Mahsa Aminy” | Displaced people of northern Idlib protest against Syrian and Iranian regime • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Raising pictures of “Mahsa Aminy” | Displaced people of northern Idlib protest against Syrian and Iranian regime

Idlib province: SOHR activists have reported that several civilians displaced from Kafr Nobl city in southern Idlib countryside and several other towns participated in protests in displacement camps at borders with Luwaa Iskandrun in northern Idlib countryside, denouncing Turkey’s attempts to cooperate with the regime and to open crossings with Turkish-held areas.

The protestors also condemned the Iranian regime for trying to cover up the murder of the young woman “Mahasa Amini”, who has become an icon of the ongoing protests in Iran, where the participants raised pictures of the young woman “Mahasa Amini” and placards that read “the free patriotic Syrians speak by patriotism not by Sect”, along with the phrase “Azadi” (Freedom).

Earlier today, SOHR sources reported public protests in the northern countryside of Idlib, where protestors condemned the opening of a crossing with regime-controlled areas.

According to SOHR sources, tens of residents staged demonstrations in Deir Hassan and Harbanoush towns in the northern countryside of Idlib, expressing their rejection of opening crossings with regime-controlled areas.

The demonstrators called upon the factions to open the way to frontlines to fight regime forces. They also condemned the efforts by Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham to normalise relations with the Syrian regime and opening crossings with areas under its countryside to refresh its dilapidated economy, at a time when HTS seems indifferent to the dire living conditions of civilians in light of the scourge of the war which forced them to be displaced in refugee camps for years, according to protestors.