Idlib, Syria, May 25, 2020. Hundreds of people demonstrate in the Idlib governorate, Northern Syria, demanding the return of displaced people to their villages and towns, and the achievement of Syrian revolution goals.
Activists participating in the demonstration said that more than 2000 people demonstrated on the road between the cities of Sarmin and Idlib, under the slogan "Flood of Return." The demonstrators demanded the return of displaced people to their villages and towns, the overthrow of the Syrian regime, and the release of detainees in Syrian government's prisons.
Earlier, the Syrian government forces and loyalist militias, supported by Russia, launched a ground military attack on the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib and the southern and western countryside of Aleppo. The Syrian government gained control of dozens of villages and towns in the region, after intensified shelling. The shelling killed and injured hundreds of civilians, and forced hundreds of thousands to displace.
The character in the interview: Ahmad Soufi, a displaced man from the city of Saraqib.