‘Syrian Revolution’ calls for nationwide protests on Tuesday


The Facebook group, The Syrian Revolution 2011, which has emerged as the organizing force behind the demonstrations that have been demanding “freedom” in Syria called today for nationwide protests on Tuesday, following the noon prayer, to be followed by similar protests on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

This comes after the opposition group called Sunday for “Week of the Martyrs” protests throughout Syria to honor those killed by the security forces of the Syrian regime .

The group reported on Wednesday that the Syrian Security Forces closed all the roads leading to Daraa in southern Syria. The group added that the Syrian Security forces tried to enter the Omari Mosque by force but were overpowered by the protesters as they chanted ” Death is better than humiliation .

In their call for protests throughout the country , Syrian Revolution 2011 appealed to all the Syrian ethnic and religious groups to participate: ” We urge all our brothers, Sunnis, Alawites, Druze, Kurds and Christians to participate in the protests …we are all one … we either live in dignity or die as martyrs ”

Update: Syrian revolution 2011 urged its supporters to put sugar in the gas tanks of police cars to damage their engines

Sugar reportedly clogs the fuel lines and destroys carboraters and fuel injectors. Once it melts , will bypass the fuel filter in the lines. When the engine stops the sugar will gum up and harden and clogg up fuel lines, injectors, and fuel pumps.



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