The story of Da’il and its struggle for freedom

The video below was posted to Facebook by the Center of Documentation of Violence in Syria. It documents the Human Rights violations in a small town, north of Dar’a, on the old highway to Damascus. Da’il, or Da il,  is an old name of an Aramaic origin, meaning: House of Eel (God). Da’il took part in the Syrian Revolution and played an important role in the peaceful protests and demonstrations which marked the Civil Activist Movement at the start of the  Revolution in Syria.

 

About alisariram

I am an artist, a writer and a researcher. I know Arabic and English . I am interested in music and art of every description. I like to describe myself as the embodiment of a harmonious marriage between two cultures which I value and treasure.
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