Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets
Colorful Streets

Colorful Streets

The darkness of the regime stole the color of Syrian and made it black for four decades; therefore, the people went out in with their colors and asked for pluralistic home like them. The Syrian streets are colored by the dreams of the Syrians and the variation of their voices, so they cheer “All Syrians are in one” since the beginning of their revolution while the regime is touting the sectarian. Therefore, we have to celebrate the national awareness of the Syrians in their battle towards freedom. Hence is the idea of organizing “colorful streets” through art and various peaceful activities in many places inside Syria. Colorful streets provided in 2012 winter “Ba5 graphity on the walls” campaign which adopted expressions that condemn the sectarian behavior. In addition, it used the faces of martyrs who are from different sects such as the filmmaker Basel Shehadeh who was killed by the Syrian army in Homs, and the famous Kurdish opponent Mashaal Tammo. Moreover, there were lyrical shows in the liberated areas of the north of Syria “Mare, Alatareb and Kobani” where Tamarrod band sang songs of the revolution; such as the song “Go away! Bashar” by the martyr Ibrahim Alqachoc and the song “Heaven heaven” by the singer of Homs Abdel Basset Alsarut. The singer Samih Choucair presented a message in Paris for the celebrators of the Syrian day of plurality in Mare where it was as a symbolic participation in a historical event as he described. In addition to view a range of films produced by Alshare3 foundation such as “smuggling 23 minutes of revolution”, “Azadi” and the cartoon “one hand