“Syria Free Free, Iran Go Out!”

Over the past few weeks in the Syrian Golan Heights (Dara, Quneitra and the Damascus countryside provinces), we have witnessed a phenomenon of hostile graffiti writings against the Assad regime, Iran and Hezbollah.

These graffiti writings, which originated mainly in the southern Syrian Golan heights region, throughout the villages of Sajera, Chit, Basra Al Charir and Dael in the Dara county, have spread to the northern Syrian Golan Heights region and can be found in the town of Deir Makr and the village of Beit Jan.

It appears that the Assad regime’s policy to enable Iran and Hezbollah military to base in the Syrian Golan Heights does not go well with the local population and it is estimated that the protest against the Shiite axis presence may increase…

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Tal Beeri

Tal Beeri

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