Syrians mark Women's Day underground in Idlib cellar

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Maybe some day women all over the world will be free to protest on March 8th each year.

Syrians mark Women's Day underground in Idlib cellar
About 150 women take part in event honouring female leaders of protest movement, as war rages across country.
Hadi al-Abdallah | 08 Mar 2015 17:54 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Bashar al-Assad
Despite the raging war in their country, women in a small Syrian village wanted to be part of the International Women Day commemoration.

Up to 150 women in Idlib province met in the cellar of a building they had embellished with banners calling for freedom and Syrian revolution flags.

Large gatherings are held in this cellar to protect the participants from shelling and stray bullets.

The local women's centre, Mazaya, organised the event and honoured women who were at the forefront of the protest movement against the government of Bashar al-Assad.

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Syrians mark Women s Day underground in Idlib cellar - Al Jazeera English?
 

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Gee, I never knew there was a Woman's Day, I thought that was a magazine.:oops: Is there a man's day as well?
 

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Maybe some day women all over the world will be free to protest on March 8th each year.

Syrians mark Women's Day underground in Idlib cellar
About 150 women take part in event honouring female leaders of protest movement, as war rages across country.
Hadi al-Abdallah | 08 Mar 2015 17:54 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Bashar al-Assad
Despite the raging war in their country, women in a small Syrian village wanted to be part of the International Women Day commemoration.

Up to 150 women in Idlib province met in the cellar of a building they had embellished with banners calling for freedom and Syrian revolution flags.

Large gatherings are held in this cellar to protect the participants from shelling and stray bullets.

The local women's centre, Mazaya, organised the event and honoured women who were at the forefront of the protest movement against the government of Bashar al-Assad.

Continue reading at:

Syrians mark Women s Day underground in Idlib cellar - Al Jazeera English?
This is surely a sex jihad cellar where women are held for sex slavery by Al-Qaeda. Everyone knows that Al-Nusra is in the region and would not allow women to celebrate but for western propaganda purposes. The right thing for the sinister terrorist propaganda Sally.
Sally has a good reason to not to post even one of the photos. Al-Qaeda´s supervisors are present to ensure Sharia during the "celebrations":


The true Syria with freedom guaranteed by President Assad looks different:






 
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Maybe some day women all over the world will be free to protest on March 8th each year.

Syrians mark Women's Day underground in Idlib cellar
About 150 women take part in event honouring female leaders of protest movement, as war rages across country.
Hadi al-Abdallah | 08 Mar 2015 17:54 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Bashar al-Assad
Despite the raging war in their country, women in a small Syrian village wanted to be part of the International Women Day commemoration.

Up to 150 women in Idlib province met in the cellar of a building they had embellished with banners calling for freedom and Syrian revolution flags.

Large gatherings are held in this cellar to protect the participants from shelling and stray bullets.

The local women's centre, Mazaya, organised the event and honoured women who were at the forefront of the protest movement against the government of Bashar al-Assad.

Continue reading at:

Syrians mark Women s Day underground in Idlib cellar - Al Jazeera English?
This is surely a sex jihad cellar where women are held for sex slavery by Al-Qaeda. Everyone knows that Al-Nusra is in the region and would not allow women to celebrate but for western propaganda purposes. The right thing for the sinister terrorist propaganda Sally.
Sally has a good reason to not to post even one of the photos. Al-Qaeda´s supervisors are present to ensure Sharia during the "celebrations":


The true Syria with freedom guaranteed by President Assad looks different:






Tell you what. You get both groups of women in the boxing ring, and they can fight it out.
 

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Maybe some day women all over the world will be free to protest on March 8th each year.

Syrians mark Women's Day underground in Idlib cellar
About 150 women take part in event honouring female leaders of protest movement, as war rages across country.
Hadi al-Abdallah | 08 Mar 2015 17:54 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Bashar al-Assad
Despite the raging war in their country, women in a small Syrian village wanted to be part of the International Women Day commemoration.

Up to 150 women in Idlib province met in the cellar of a building they had embellished with banners calling for freedom and Syrian revolution flags.

Large gatherings are held in this cellar to protect the participants from shelling and stray bullets.

The local women's centre, Mazaya, organised the event and honoured women who were at the forefront of the protest movement against the government of Bashar al-Assad.

Continue reading at:

Syrians mark Women s Day underground in Idlib cellar - Al Jazeera English?
This is surely a sex jihad cellar where women are held for sex slavery by Al-Qaeda. Everyone knows that Al-Nusra is in the region and would not allow women to celebrate but for western propaganda purposes. The right thing for the sinister terrorist propaganda Sally.
Sally has a good reason to not to post even one of the photos. Al-Qaeda´s supervisors are present to ensure Sharia during the "celebrations":


The true Syria with freedom guaranteed by President Assad looks different:






Tell you what. You get both groups of women in the boxing ring, and they can fight it out.
I don´t think that your "rebel"-controlled women are allowed to box. That´s a hard handicap and the winner is certain...
But know what? The second group, those how can decide by their own if they want to wear head-scarfs would just take the others home to the real Syria.
 
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Maybe some day women all over the world will be free to protest on March 8th each year.

Syrians mark Women's Day underground in Idlib cellar
About 150 women take part in event honouring female leaders of protest movement, as war rages across country.
Hadi al-Abdallah | 08 Mar 2015 17:54 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Bashar al-Assad
Despite the raging war in their country, women in a small Syrian village wanted to be part of the International Women Day commemoration.

Up to 150 women in Idlib province met in the cellar of a building they had embellished with banners calling for freedom and Syrian revolution flags.

Large gatherings are held in this cellar to protect the participants from shelling and stray bullets.

The local women's centre, Mazaya, organised the event and honoured women who were at the forefront of the protest movement against the government of Bashar al-Assad.

Continue reading at:

Syrians mark Women s Day underground in Idlib cellar - Al Jazeera English?
This is surely a sex jihad cellar where women are held for sex slavery by Al-Qaeda. Everyone knows that Al-Nusra is in the region and would not allow women to celebrate but for western propaganda purposes. The right thing for the sinister terrorist propaganda Sally.
Sally has a good reason to not to post even one of the photos. Al-Qaeda´s supervisors are present to ensure Sharia during the "celebrations":


The true Syria with freedom guaranteed by President Assad looks different:






Tell you what. You get both groups of women in the boxing ring, and they can fight it out.
I don´t think that your "rebel"-controlled women are allowed to box. That´s a hard handicap and the winner is certain...
But know what? The second group, those how can decide by their own if they want to wear head-scarfs would just take the others home to the real Syria.
If everything was so honky dory as you want people to believe, there would have been no women at all protesting.
 

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Maybe some day women all over the world will be free to protest on March 8th each year.

Syrians mark Women's Day underground in Idlib cellar
About 150 women take part in event honouring female leaders of protest movement, as war rages across country.
Hadi al-Abdallah | 08 Mar 2015 17:54 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Bashar al-Assad
Despite the raging war in their country, women in a small Syrian village wanted to be part of the International Women Day commemoration.

Up to 150 women in Idlib province met in the cellar of a building they had embellished with banners calling for freedom and Syrian revolution flags.

Large gatherings are held in this cellar to protect the participants from shelling and stray bullets.

The local women's centre, Mazaya, organised the event and honoured women who were at the forefront of the protest movement against the government of Bashar al-Assad.

Continue reading at:

Syrians mark Women s Day underground in Idlib cellar - Al Jazeera English?
This is surely a sex jihad cellar where women are held for sex slavery by Al-Qaeda. Everyone knows that Al-Nusra is in the region and would not allow women to celebrate but for western propaganda purposes. The right thing for the sinister terrorist propaganda Sally.
Sally has a good reason to not to post even one of the photos. Al-Qaeda´s supervisors are present to ensure Sharia during the "celebrations":


The true Syria with freedom guaranteed by President Assad looks different:






Tell you what. You get both groups of women in the boxing ring, and they can fight it out.
I don´t think that your "rebel"-controlled women are allowed to box. That´s a hard handicap and the winner is certain...
But know what? The second group, those how can decide by their own if they want to wear head-scarfs would just take the others home to the real Syria.
If everything was so honky dory as you want people to believe, there would have been no women at all protesting.
I don´t see anyone protesting.
 

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