التل-ريف دمشق/تشييع شهداء

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16 Jun 2012 13:13 EEST


6:23AbdulwadudLouws:

Assalaamou aleikoum

6:41AbdulwadudLouws:

Which quarter of Damascus is this?

10:11horan:

على الهوا

10:25AbdulwadudLouws:

Double check: Tal is the name of the quarter?

10:45horan:

Damscuse - Tal

14:33AbdulwadudLouws:

Those are narrow streets. Incha Allah they will not be trapped.

16:26Lex:

Where are they going ?

17:35AbdulwadudLouws:

Its a funarela procession, Bambuser said earlier

18:11AbdulwadudLouws:

It sin Damascus, the 'Tal' quarter

19:41Lex:

Ahh, ok. Respects.

21:04omar:

allah yahmikum

24:52AbdulwadudLouws:

@freedom.hacker Who's the martyr that will be buried?

26:14sr:

He said the martyr Mohamed Bader Motmot

26:23sr:

In Tal, Damascus Countryside province

26:36AbdulwadudLouws:

@sr Tx for info

27:57sr:

الله يحمي أهل التل و ريف الشام الأبطال

29:59Lex:

This is going to sound stupid, but how do they know they won't encounter hostile people ?

31:22AbdulwadudLouws:

Thats what I thought. Watching the narrow streets and all...

31:31sr:

They don't, protests can be attacked at any time by Assad forces.

31:50sr:

So everyone in this protest is risking their lives to ask for freedom for Syria

32:01Lex:

Again, respects.

32:11AbdulwadudLouws:

These must be thousands of people! At least! Mash'Allah

32:28sr:

People say goodbye to their families before going out from the house for a protest. There is a chance you won't return

32:29AbdulwadudLouws:

May Allah protect them.

33:19sr:

Now the funeral prayer, for the soul of the martyr Mohamed Bader Matmat

35:40sr:

They chant to the father of the martyr saying "Raise your head up high. We are your sons."

35:43AbdulwadudLouws:

@sr What about the grave yards. Do the authorities leave those at peace?

36:08sr:

depends on the city/area

36:44sr:

often some people die at a funeral they attend, and the next day it is their own funeral

37:17sr:

sometimes people die at the grave yard as Assad forces shoot at them

37:24AbdulwadudLouws:

@sr It's a gruesome cycle of death...

37:26claudius:

rg are there any un monitors to protect these people if the shabiha show up?

38:04sr:

In Homs and other cities, bodies were buried in local gardens or even the backyard of a house because they couldn't go to the graveyard under the shelling

42:27sr:

un monitors are useless, more massacres have happened since they arrived

42:33sr:

@ claudius

43:03sr:

They are just a political initiative from the world to convince the populations that they are doing something to help Syrians

43:13sr:

but they are just giving Assad more time to kill

44:06AbdulwadudLouws:

@sr Whats your opinion on intervention (of any kind)?

45:04sr:

Since more than a year, people have asked for intervention of any kind. (Even the devil is welcome...)

46:19sr:

news media tends to completely ignore the protest banners, many of which hare written in plain english asking for military intervention, safe zones, arming the Free Syrian Army, anything

50:55AbdulwadudLouws:

How about the FSA? loosley connected brigades or central organized army?

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