Damaged houses in the Bab Sabaa neighborhood of #Homs, shown in this picture taken by #Syria-n National Council (SNC) member Moulhem Al-Jundi, on February 19, 2012.
Civilians flee from fighting after Syrian army tanks entered the northwestern city of #Idlib, #Syria, on February 14, 2012.
Activist Khaled Abu-Salah stands in front of flames and black smoke from a bombed oil pipeline, in Baba Amr neighborhood in #Homs province #Syria
A seriously injured Syrian man lies on the ground following a rocket attack, on January 11, 2012, in the city of #Homs #Syria
Simplified map showing main religious groups in Syria.
-Sunni (green) 69.5%
-Alawi (blue-green) 12.8%
-Shia (dark green) 3%
-Druze (pink) 3.2%
-Christians (purple) 9.3% etc.
Please note that showing Syria's religions on a map is problematic due to the diversity of the main cities and the mixture of communities living side by side in many parts of the country.
Dael, Daraa province (24/02/2012)
Syrian army mortar shell hitting christian church in Homs, subtitles
Whose side are we on?
Baathists like Saddam Hussein in Iraq and Assad in Syria were, at one time, marked by a level of irreligiousity, seeing that as 'old fashioned' and a brake on modern progress and social development.
wow those guys r rag fukking tag
I think they're filming a movie or something .. I hope they are.........
in Al Qusair, in Homs province