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The fortitude & courage of revolutionaries .. From Kafranbel

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A town in northwestern Syria has become the creative center of the revolt against President Bashar al-Assad. Since the beginning of the uprising, the residents of Kafranbel have drawn signs that skewer the Assad regime and express outrage that the world has not done more to stop the killing in Syria.

This type of defiance and courage is what will ultimately destroy Assad and his tyrannical regime. Heroes are people that are pushed to the point that they have nothing to live for in their current situation and decide that to die trying, is far more superior than to live “dead”.

Raed Fares, an activist in Kafranbel, explains that the town’s residents chose to draw in English, rather than Arabic, explicitly to reach an international audience. “It’s very important to send our message to all the world,” he said. “And English is the public language.”

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fonte:http://www.occupiedkafranbel.com/

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