Revolution Posters
Al Houla - The Massacre 
25 May 2012: armed men, backed by the Syrian regime, entered the village of Houla, north of Homs, and massacred (according to the UN) 108 people, including 34 women and 49 children, many of them by cold weapons.
The People
15 March 2011: the first spark was struck of the revolution against the tyranny of the Assad regime that has been ruling Syria for more than 40 years.
The Fifth Speech 
On 3 June 2012 Syrian president Bashar al-Assad delivered his fifth speech since the outbreak of the revolution: a speech that put an end to all hopes of him abandoning office peacefully, as it became clear that the situation in Syria could only move from bad to worse.
The Battle of Aleppo
Aleppo, the ancient Syrian city famous for its 'art de cuisine', remained largely uninvolved in the armed revolutionary struggle until August 2012, when fierce military confrontations suddenly erupted between regime forces and the Free Syrian Army, which quickly took half of the city.
Daʿesh (ISIS/ISIL)
The year 2013 witnessed the appearance of the self-declared Islamic State, which was soon followed by unprecedented acts of brutality and barbarism. The Syrian regime paved the way for ISIS to gain control of large areas between Iraq and Syria rich in oil by avoiding engaging its fighters whenever possible.
Ibrahim Qashoush (b. 3 Sep 1977, d. 4 Jul 2011) was a fireman and amateur poet from Hama, who inspired demonstrations against the Syrian regime with his voice and stinging songs. The protest anthem "Come on, Bashar, time to leave" is attributed to him. The "nightingale of the revolution", Qashoush was found dead in the Orontes River several days after disappearing, his throat cut and his vocal cords ripped out. The name 'Assad' literally means 'lion' in Arabic.
Hamza is prettier than you 
Footage of the 13-year-old Hamza Bakkour, badly injured by shrapnel, shocked Syrians. He suffered unbearable pain and bled to death over several hours, the shrapnel having destroyed his lower jaw and throat. He remained conscious and aware of what was happening to the end. 
Homs has never been as rich and well-known as Damascus or Aleppo, but was the birthplace of the Syrian revolution. The popular movement started early there and soon turned into an armed conflict in which the Syrian regime poured out its anger by attacking the historic neighbourhoods of the city, destroying them completely.
Al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra)
The al-Nusra Front emerged in 2012 as one of the fighting factions in the armed Syrian opposition, but soon revealed its true face as a representative of al-Qaeda ideology in Syria.
The Caliph
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared theatrically in 2014, appointing himself commander of ISIS and “Caliph of all Muslims on Earth”.
Farouk al-Sharaa
One of the most prominent officials in the Syrian Government, Farouk al-Sharaa served as Foreign Minister from 1984 to 2006, when he became Vice President. At the beginning of the revolution many believed he would defect from the Assad regime, or at least take on a more prominent role in decision-making in the final stages of the conflict. However, his complete absence from the political scene in the last four years has cast doubt on this assumption.
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