FRIDAY HIT: A shell hits the town of Binnish in northwestern Idlib province during the Friday prayer, according to citizen journalists. The town lies seven kilometers northeast of Idlib City. The town is registered in Syrian historic documents that date back to the 3rd millennium BC,

and is known for its olives and grapevines. Binnish citizens joined the Syrian uprising as early as April 2011. It was later besieged by the Syrian army and an untold number of its citizens were either killed or detained. Despite the bombardment, Binnish citizens protested on Friday against the regime and Hezbollah. Video courtesy of Binnish LCC.