A wave of protests occurred in Idlib province, in Syria, against the latest bombings that were made in the region by Russian imperialism and the semi-colonial and semi-feudal regime of Bashar Al-Assad. The largest of the protests occurred in the city of Maarat al-Nouman, in the same province, which gathered more than 25,000 people on the streets. The same occurred, in smaller proportions, in more than 20 cities and villages of the region.

One of the posters said: "Russia and Bashar Al-Assad bombard us and say we are the terrorists." A 36-year-old worker on the demonstration said, "We just want to send a message to the rest of the world that we are only an oppressed people who long for freedom."


The referred bombing began on Sept. 5 and targeted territories controlled by the Al Nusra Front - an Islamist armed group that once maintained relations with al-Qaeda, disengaged itself from it and acts as a lackey of US imperialism in the region while being financed by it. In the midst of the struggle of the Russian and Yankee imperialists through their lackeys, the popular masses, especially the peasantry, pay the price of imperialist war with their own blood and, in the absence of a proletarian revolutionary force assuming their legitimate interests, are dragged to one of the polarization fields.

With information of an article from A Nova Democracia website.