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Inside Syria: Kafr Nabl’s weekly political commentary

February 22, 2013

February 22, 2013

Friday’s protests in Syria took place under the rubric “Friday for a Dignified Raqqa” [province, in Syria’s east]. A-Raqqa province, located east of Aleppo province, was the site this week of clashes between rebels and the Syrian army. One of the protests took place in Kafr Nabl, a town in the FSA-controlled section of Aleppo province. Kafr Nabl is known among Syrians for its witty, wry and intense political commentary, often portrayed in the form of hand-drawn posters. Below, a few samples:

Photo courtesy of Signs of Lafetat Kafr Nabl Facebook page

Photo courtesy of Signs of Lafetat Kafr Nabl Facebook page

Friday protest in Idlib province’s town of Kafr Nabl under the banner “Friday for a Dignified Raqqa.” Video courtesy of Lafetat Kafr Nabl Facebook page

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