Friday saw protests against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the Islamic State of Iraq and ash-Sham in many cities and neighborhoods across Syria.
In Kafranbel, the Idlib village that has become famous for its artistic and hard-hitting protest banners, civilians criticized the US and President Obama for inaction that has caused ISIS to flourish. In one poster, Obama is shown watering a carnivorous Venus flytrap — representing ISIS of course — in Syria.
Footage of Friday’s protest in Kafranbel:
Images from the protests:
Elsewhere in Syria, protests focussed on calls for the revolution to oust “Bashar our enemy and his gangs”, as well as ISIS:
An anti-Assad protest in al-Bab, Aleppo. Notice the absence of pro-ISIS flags:
Revolutionary flags at this protest against Assad in Salah ad-Din, Aleppo:
Anti-Assad protests in Dar’aa al-Balad, which has seen heavy regime attacks for months:
Anti-government protests in Qudsaya, Damascus: