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FSA Fires at Russian Warcrafts in Ale...
Aleppo, Syria
By omariq
28 Feb 2016

FSA fighters in the Seif al-Dawla district of Aleppo, use anti-aircraft guns to fire at attacking Russian warplanes.

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FSA Fires at Russian Warcrafts in Ale...
Aleppo, Syria
By omariq
28 Feb 2016

FSA fighters in the Seif al-Dawla district of Aleppo, use anti-aircraft guns to fire at attacking Russian warplanes.

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FSA Fires at Russian Warcrafts in Ale...
Aleppo, Syria
By omariq
28 Feb 2016

FSA fighters in the Seif al-Dawla district of Aleppo, use anti-aircraft guns to fire at attacking Russian warplanes.

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Syrian Rebels Anti-Aircraft Guns 4
Aleppo, Syria
By Mahmoud Alhaji Othman
21 Nov 2015

Syrian rebels in Aleppo know that these weapons are not able to respond to modern Russian aircraft, but they still use them when warplanes fly over the city.

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Syrian Rebels Anti-Aircraft Guns 3
Aleppo, Syria
By Mahmoud Alhaji Othman
21 Nov 2015

Syrian rebels in Aleppo know that these weapons are not able to respond to modern Russian aircraft, but they still use them when warplanes fly over the city.

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Syrian Rebels Anti-Aircraft Guns 2
Aleppo, Syria
By Mahmoud Alhaji Othman
21 Nov 2015

Syrian rebels in Aleppo know that these weapons are not able to respond to modern Russian aircraft, but they still use them when warplanes fly over the city.

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Syrian Rebels Anti-Aircraft Guns 1
Aleppo, Syria
By Mahmoud Alhaji Othman
21 Nov 2015

Syrian rebels in Aleppo know that these weapons are not able to respond to modern Russian aircraft, but they still use them when warplanes fly over the city.

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Aftermath of an Airstrike in Ma'art A...
Maarrat Al-Nu'man
By Omar Alwan
08 Apr 2015

Photos show the aftermath and rescue efforts following an alleged airstrike by Syrian regime helicopters at residential neighborhoods in the heart of Ma'art Al-nu'man, a city in northwest Syria on the highway between Damascus and Aleppo, resulting in at least 4 civilian deaths.

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Aftermath of Raqqa Bombings by Syrian...
By TTM Contributor 20
01 Dec 2014

27 November 2014 Destruction from recent airstrikes in Raqqa by Syrian Regime warplanes.

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Education Changes Under Syrian Opposi...
Aleppo
By mohammed alhadi
30 Nov 2014

November 2014
Taqad, Aleppo Province, Syria

Students in the rebel-controlled village of Taqad to the west of Aleppo no longer have to pay tribute to the Syrian regime.
In this village with a population of 11,000, public schools follow books issued by the interim government appointed by the opposition Syrian National Coalition.
The director of one the local schools says that the new curriculum “shifted from glorifying the regime to glorifying the homeland.”
References to Bath party’s ideology or the “achievements” of Presidents Bashar al-Assad and his father the late President Hafez al-Assad were omitted from the new books, which are printed in Turkey and opposition-held areas in Syria.
Schools in this little town, however, have other pressing needs to deal with. Teachers work in overcrowded classrooms and students sometimes ditch school when they hear the sound of warplanes.

Shot list

00:00 – 00:06
A medium shot shows pages from a primary-school book coming out of the printer.

00:07 - 00:20
A medium shot shows a man binding a book.

00:21 – 00:32
Interview with ِAhmad Jumaa, principal of Qaddour al-Sayyid School (Man, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

00:33 – 00:35 A medium shot shows a man binding a book.

00:36 – 00:39
A wide shot shows graffiti that reads: “He who opens a school closes a prison – Al-Urfan Organization [an Islamic social welfare organization].”

00:40 – 00:43
A wide shot shows a young boy carrying a backpack with the UNICEF logo running across the school courtyard.

00:44 – 00:46
A close-up shot shows a school girl writing.

00:47 – 00:59
Interview with Abdel Karim Subhi, a second-grade student (Boy, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

01:00 – 01:03
A close-up shot shows the face of a young student during a mathematics lesson.

01:04 – 01:07
A wide shot shows a teacher explaining a mathematics problem to a student on the blackboard.

01:08 – 01:32
Several shots show books being printed.

01:33 – 01:30
A close-up shot shows the covers of books produced by the Syrian interim government.

01:31 – 01:46
Interview with a primary school teacher (Man, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

01:47 – 01:53
A wide shot shows a second-grade science class in session. The teacher asks: “Who can name an animal that could fly?”

01:54 – 02:02
A medium shot shows a second-grade student answering a grammar question.

02:03 – 02:07
A close-up shot shows the hands of two students writing.

02:08 – 02:20
Interview with Rama Humaida, a seventh-grade student (Girl, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

02:21 – 02:26
A wide shot shows a teacher writing on the blackboard from behind as students follow.

02:27 – 02:44
Interview with Abdullah Jumaa, a local teacher (Man, Arabic)/ interview transcript below

02:45 – 02:49
A close-up shot shows a page of a book issued by the Syrian regime that explains the history of the 1970 Corrective Movement, the coup d’état carried out by the Baath Party.

02:50 – 02:54
A close-up shot shows a page of a book issued by the Syrian regime that explains when President Bashar al-Assad came to power and praises Syria’s policies.

02:55 – 03:01
A close-up shot shows the covers of books produced by the Syrian interim government.

03:02 – 03:10
A wide shot shows a demolished school wall.

Interviews

00:21 – 00:32
Interview with Ahmad Jumaa, principal of Qaddour al-Sayyid School (Man. Arabic)

“I am the principal of Qaddour al-Sayyid School. The provisional Syrian government gave us schoolbooks. Some books were missing, though, and we had to print them locally.

00:47 – 00:59
Interview with Abdel Karim Subhi, a second-grade student (Boy, Arabic)

“I am eight years old. Whenever airplanes are flying, my siblings and I do not come. We wait for them to end their raids so we come to school.”

01:31 – 01:46
Interview with a primary school teacher (Man, Arabic)

“Despite the hard conditions we are living in and continuous airstrikes, we started the new academic year.”

02:08 – 02:20
Interview with Rama Humaida, a seventh-grade student (Girl, Arabic)

“My siblings and I come from a middle-class family, and we come to school every day to learn. My favorite subject is religion, and I wish to be a religion instructor in the future.”

02:27 – 02:44
Interview with Abdullah Jumaa, a local teacher (Man, Arabic)

“Books were amended to suit the current situation. All the content that glorifies [President] Bashar al-Assad and his were removed. The new books shifted from the glorification of the regime to the glorification of the entire homeland. Certain passages were omitted and other ones that suit the current phase were kept.

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Government Warplanes Target Raqqa Aga...
Raqqa, Syria
By TTM Contributor 20
27 Nov 2014

November 27, 2014
Raqqa, Syria

Syrian government warplanes on Thursday, November 27 waged a series of airstrikes against the northeastern city of Raqqa for a second time in less than a week, according to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights

More than seven people, five of whom were from the same family, were killed in the bombing, the Britain-based monitor group reported.

This video shows the destruction caused by the airstrikes and ambulances rushing to rescue the victims, while smoke can be seen in the background. Several excavation vehicles can be also be seen removing debris from the streets.

Two days earlier airstrikes believed to be carried out by Syrian government forces killed more than 95 people and injured dozens more.

The Syrian Minister of Foreign Affairs was quoted by the official news agency SANA as denying his government’s involvement in these attacks.

Raqqa is the self-proclaimed capital of ISIS, also known as the Islamic State.

Shot List:

00:00 – 00:04

A wide shot shows smoke rising behind residential buildings.

00:05- 00:19
Several wide shots show people running in different directions amid smoke.

00:20- 00:26
A wide shot shows people running amid the rubble of a building that was entirely destroyed.

00:27 – 00:31
A wide shot shows people running away while the siren of a vehicle can be heard.

00:32 – 00:36
A wide shot shows bulldozers removing debris from the street.

00:37 – 00:48
Two wide shots show rescue workers searching amid the rubble of a destroyed building.

00:49 – 00:57
Two medium shots show a man holding the covered body of a baby and walking amid a group of people into an ambulance.

00:58 – 01:02
A wide shot shows an ambulance speeding past a bulldozer and destroyed buildings.

01:03 – 01:09 A medium shot shows a little girl’s dress thrown on the rubble.

01:10 – 01:14
A wide shot shows a car parked in front of damaged shops; two men also appear.

01:15- 01:36
Several wide shots show a bulldozer removing debris from the street.

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Benghazi Ghost Town
Benghazi
By Mohammad Salama
30 Oct 2014

October 30, 2014
Benghazi, Libya

In downtown Benghazi, normal daily life is gradually disappearing. For the past 15 days, streets have been empty and shops closed as fighting between Islamist militias and forces loyal to former General Khalifa Haftar escalates.
Haftar’s forces continue to advance on positions held by the Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council and have resorted to warplane attacks in their bid to control Libya’s second largest city. Mortar shell explosions can be heard in all parts of Benghazi. Violent clashes are still ongoing in Benghazi’s east and near the local university. The university’s administration building was also burned during the exchange of fire.
Government institutions have been closed and most of the roads were blocked. Most of this footage was taken at the rush hour in areas that would normally be crowded with cars and pedestrians, such as Jamal Abdul Nasser, Tipesti, and July 23rd streets. However, after the recent events, travel in these streets became almost impossible. Residents are likely to suffer an economic recession as activity in Benghazi continues to be paralyzed.

Shot list:

Various shots show the tree square in the city center with piles garbage on the ground.

Various shots show the piles of garbage on the road.

Various shots show Libya central bank closed along with a few shops.

Various shots show piles of garbage on the road.

Various shots show Jamal Abdul Nasser street.

Various shots show Jamal Abdul Nasser street.

Various shots show one of the closed markets.

Various shots show closed shops on al-Okaib street

Various shots show a blocked road.

Various shots show the Tree Square in the city center.

Various shots show an empty main road.

Various shots show a burnt car on the road.

Various shots shows Jamal Abdul Nasser Street blocked.

Various shots show empty blocked roads.

Various shots show Jamal Abdul Nasser street.

Various shots show the empty Tipesti intersection.

Various shots show the empty Tipesti intersection.

Various shots show the empty July 23rd Street.

Various shots the October 7th hospital on the July 23rd Street.

Various shots show Tipesti Street empty.

بنغازي تكاد أن تتحول إلى مدينة أشباح

بنغازي 30 أكتوبر وتحديداً في وسط المدينة ( داون تاون ) أصبحت مظاهر الحياة تنعدم شياً فشيأً الطرق فارغة وخالية من الناس المحال التجارية مقفلة لليوم الخامس عشر علي التوالي جميع المصالح الحكومية مقفلة أغلب الطرق مقفلة بينما لا تزال الإشتباكات متواصلة بيت الجيش وقوات مجلس الشورى في عدة مناطق متقرفة من بنغازي في الأطراف الشرقية والأطراف الغربية حيث يقوم الجيش بتضييق الخناق شيأً فشيأِ عي قوات مجلس الشورى من ما دعاها إلى التراجع إلى مناطق أخرى لا تزال خارجة عن نطاق الجيش

أغلب الصور التي ألتقطناها كانت في وقت الذروة وفي أكثر الأماكن إزدحاماً في الأيام العادية مثل شارع جمال عبد الناصر وطريق تبستي ومفترق طريق تبستي وطريق 23 يوليو أي من المفترض في هذه الأوقات أن تعج هذه الطرق والشوارع بالناس والسيارات لكن بعد التطورات الأخيرة أصبح التنقل حتى إلى أقرب الأحياء شيء مستحيل بالإضافه إلى إغلاق جميع المحال التجارية والمصارف من مايؤشر إلى حالة إفلاس عام تقترب من سكان هذه المدينة إذا أستمر الوضع علي ماهو عليه

طوال اليوم تدور الاشتباكات بين قوات الجيش وعناصر من مجلس الشورى ويسمع دوي أصوات الرصاص ومدافع الهاون في مختلف أنحاء مدينة بنغازي.

والجدير بالذكر أن الإشتباكات العنيفة مارال تدور رحاها في المناطق الغربية من بنغازي وفي محيط جامعة بنغازي تحديداً التي تضررت بشكل كبير وأدت الإشتباكات إلى إحتراق المبنى الرئيسي للإدارة بالجامعة .

لائحة اللقطات: (شرح غير تفصيلي لمجموعة اللقطات بالفيديو)

• مجموعة لقطات تظهر: W‪/‬S ميدان الشجرة وسط المدينة وتراكم القمامة به • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S تراكم القمامة الملقاة في الطريق • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S لمصرف ليبيا المركزي وبعض المحال التجارية مغلقة • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S قمامة متراكمة في شارع جمال عبد الناصر • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: L‪/‬S شارع جمال عبد الناصر • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: W‪/‬S شارع جمال عبد الناصر • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S أحد الشوارع التجارية ومحلاته المقفلة • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S شارع العقيب و محلاته مقفله • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S أحد الشوارع الرئيسية المقفلة • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: L‪/‬S ميدان الشجرة وسط المدينة • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S أحد الشوارع الرئيسية فارغ • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S سيارة محترقة علي الطريق جراء الإشتباكات • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: W‪/‬S شارع جمال عبد الناصر مقفل • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S أثار إقفال الطرق والشوارع • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: L‪/‬S شارع جمال عبد الناصر • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: W‪/‬S مفترق طريق تبستي فارغ • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S مفترق طريق تبستي فارغ • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: W‪/‬S طريق 23 يوليو ولا وجود مظاهر للحياة • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: M‪/‬S طريق 23 يوليو أمام مستشفى 7 أكتوبر • مجموعة لقطات تظهر: L‪/‬S طريق تبستي فارغ

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Syrian Opposition Group Attacks a Car...
Idleb, Syria
By Idleb Press
25 Mar 2013

A Cargo plane transporting supplies for the Syrian regime was attacked by opposition anti aircraft weaponry which led to the crash of the plane. The weaponry is owned by the North Free Brigade a faction of the Free Syrian Army, the action took place in the battle of "Qminas Free" which was located near the Qarmeed camp in the countryside of Idleb.

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Binnish, Idleb, Syria
By Idleb Press
25 Mar 2013

The City of Binnish was bombed with missiles by warplanes which led to the spread of shrapnel throughout the city.