Syrians take to streets to protest against Assad regime and de Mistura
Date: 2017-09-08 15:02
Hundreds of Syrians took to streets in Eastern Ghouta and other opposition-held areas to protest against Assad regime and the UN envoy Staffan de Mistura, calling the international community to take an urgent action and refer Assad regime’s terrorists to the International Criminal Court (ICC)
Orient News’ Mohammad Abdulrahman, reporting from Douma, said, demonstrators in Eastern Ghouta raised placards which read "Did the French people forgive Hitler when he killed 1200 using the Nazi chemical weapons? Why do you ask Syrians then to forgive Bashar Assad?"
Syrians in Khan Sheikhoun, where Assad regime conducted the April attack, killing at least 83 civilians, also took to the streets, holding a similar-Douma-message placards and addressing Staffan de Mistura in one of the placard which said: "De Mustura, enough is enough," according to Orient News’ Mohammad al-Faisel.