posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 11:56 PM
Hundreds marched in southern Syria for a fifth day on Tuesday, protesting peacefully against the Bashar Assad government while a leading rights
activist was detained near Damascus.
Protesters gathered near the Old Omari mosque in Deraa and in the nearby town of Nawa in the strategic Hauran plateau, close to the Golan Heights and
the border with Jordan, riding a wave of Arab unrest that has already toppled leaders in Tunisia and Egypt.
the unrest in mid east continues . what other countries do favour to the poor people?
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