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Kafranbel, the choice of democracy (3...
Kafranbel, Syria
By Marie
14 Apr 2013

The caricaturist Ahmad Jalal is showing one of his drawings which are brandished at the Friday demonstrations. Widely released through social networks, Kafranbel caricatures have become famous all over Syria.
Le caricaturiste, Ahmad Jalal, présente un de ses dessins brandi durant les manifestations du vendredi. Largement diffusées par les réseaux sociaux, les caricatures de Kafranbel sont devenues célèbres aux quatre coins de la Syrie.

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Kafranbel, the choice of democracy (9...
Kafranbel, Syria
By Marie
13 Apr 2013

« Knights of the law » fighters who are the Kafranbel FSA brigade are participating to the demonstration. The douchka fixed on their pick-up is used to protect the demonstration if the regular army planes bomb the city.

Les combattants des chevaliers du droit, brigade de l’armée syrienne libre de Kafranbel participent à la manifestation. La douchka installée sur leur pick-up leur permet de défendre la manifestation en cas d’attaque aérienne du régime.

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Kafranbel, Syria
By Marie
13 Apr 2013

The young activist Mohammad is the meeting leader. He launches into slogans that demonstrators sing along all together.

L’activiste Mohammad est le meneur du rassemblement, il entonne les slogans révolutionnaires repris en cœur par les manifestants.

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Kafranbel, the choice of democracy (2...
Kafranbel, Syria
By Marie
13 Apr 2013

Demonstrators hold the banner which message is: « Nobody can kill our dream of that this nation under god shall have a new birth of freedom ». Some of them also hold Syrian revolution flags.

Les manifestants tiennent la banderole où il est inscrit « Personne ne peut tuer nos rêves, avec la volonté de Dieu, que la liberté renaisse dans cette nation ». Certains d'entre eux tiennent des drapeaux à l'effigie de la révolution syrienne.

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Kafranbel, the choice of democracy (1...
Kafranbel, Syria
By Marie
13 Apr 2013

Kafranbel inhabitants sing « Kafranbel won't die, Syria is united ». The media activist Mohammad launches into slogans that demonstrators sing along all together.

Les habitants de Kafranbel, chantent « Kafranbel ne mourra pas, la Syrie est unie ». Mohammad activiste média entonne les slogans que les manifestants reprennent en cœur.

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Kafranbel, the choice of democracy (1...
Kafranbel, Syria
By Marie
13 Apr 2013

About one hundred Kafr Nabel inhabitants are participating to the Friday demonstration. They hold slogans written in arabic and english as well as caricatures. Kafranbel has become famous in Syria thanks for its mobilization and creativity. Shared on Facebook, caricatures and slogans are followed by Syrians who live inside the country as outside.

Une centaine d'habitants de Kafranbel, participent à la manifestation du vendredi. Ils brandissent des slogans en arabe et en anglais ainsi que des caricatures. Kafer Nabel est devenu célèbre en Syrie pour sa mobilisation et sa créativité. Partagés sur Facebook, les caricatures et les slogans sont très suivis par les syriens de l'intérieur comme de l'extérieur.

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Protest for Syria in Jordan (2 of 21)
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
26 Oct 2012

A girl covers her ears as the prayer blares from loudspeakers for Eid al-Adha on October 26. About 300 people protested across the street from the Syrian Embassy in Amman, Jordan, calling for the fall of President Bashar al-Assad.

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Protest for Syria in Jordan (5 of 21)
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
26 Oct 2012

Men, women and children gathered together to pray and protest on the Muslim holiday, Eid al-Adha, on October 26. About 300 people protested across the street from the Syrian Embassy in Amman, Jordan, calling for the fall of President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

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Protest for Syria in Jordan (6 of 21)
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
26 Oct 2012

A young boy sits atop his father's shoulder giving the victory sign. Men, women and children gathered together to pray and protest on the Muslim holiday, Eid al-Adha, on October 26. About 300 people protested across the street from the Syrian Embassy in Amman, Jordan, calling for the fall of President Bashar al-Assad's regime.