Syrian protesters urge swift end to siege of Kefraya, Foua



A group of Syrian people held a sit-in protest in Damascus on Wednesday to voice their support for people of Kefraya and al-Foua, the two Syrian towns besieged by terrorist groups.

According to Tasnim dispatches, the protesters, who were allowed out of the towns of Kefraya and al-Foua in the Idlib province nearly one year and a half ago, gathered in al-Wafa square in southern Damascus and urged a swift end to the siege.

The Syrian demonstrators called on the international human rights bodies, including the UN to take action, saying that their sit-in protest will spread to other cities and provinces if their demands are not met.

Humanitarian crisis threatens the two Shiite populated towns as people there do not have access to clean water and adequate sanitation.



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