Raqqa Carries Shattered Cross, Chants Against ISIS

ISIS filmed the demonstrators in order to prosecute and arrest them later

"Neither fundamentalists nor the Muslim Brotherhood" was the slogan raised by by Syrians in cities across Syria on Wednesday.


In Raqqa, the people proved their rejection of jihadist groups which are penetrated by Bashar Assad and Qassem Soleimani's intelligence (the leaders of Al-Qaeda, especially Saif al-Adel who are still "trapped" in Iran) and by intelligence of neighboring countries.


The last achievement of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) was an attack on the church of Saydat al-Bishara in Raqqa, where members of the movement climbed the dome of the church and broke the cross, raising their black flag.


Syrian activists in the city responded with a bold demonstration during which they raised the shattered cross of the church, and tried to return it to its place, then headed into the headquarters of ISIS in the city with cheers of  "We will kneel only to God. ISIS should go out."


ISIS filmed the demonstrators in order to prosecute and arrest them later, in a behavior similar to what the intelligence of the regime used to do .
Despite Assad's regime, with its stooges in the political classes and the priesthood in Lebanon, demonstrators still chant for: "Freedom, freedom, Islam and Christianity!"


Syria after Assad will not be "neither for fundamentalists nor the Brotherhood!"


Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer



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