Daraa demonstrators condemn Assad massacre in al-Sanamayn
Date: 2020-03-01 22:07
Hundreds of Syrian demonstrators took to the streets on Sunday (March 1) in Daraa, condemning Assad massacre in al-Sanamayn city, local media reported.
Peaceful protesters hit the streets near the Omari mosque in the city centre, showing solidarity with their fellow citizens in al-Sanamayn city, Horan Free League reported.
Assad tanks bombed civilian homes in al-Sanamayn city on Sunday morning, killing four civilians, including a child and his parents.
Syrian activists posted a video, showing street fighting between the reconciliation factions and Assad militias who tried to storm into in al-Sanamayn city in Daraa countryside.
In Tafas town, Assad tanks killed three former opposition fighters.
Similar demonstrations were reported in Busra al-Sham town and al-Hirak city in Daraa countryside.
In January, Assad militiamen, reinforced with tanks, stormed into Rankous town in Damascus countryside, killing nine young men and detaining others.
Also, in January, Assad patrols stormed the town of Yalda where children from the Yarmouk Camp lived, detaining at least 50 children who are between 10 and 16 years old because they teared one of Bashar Assad's photos into pieces in the Jarmaq school.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights SNHR documented in its report released on Wednesday (January 1) 43 massacres committed by Assad regime militias and 22 massacres committed by Russia in 2019.