Heavy shelling on the restive village of Zabadani. At night Al Assad army shot flares to localate Free Syrian Army positions. August 8, 2012

 

Syrian women and children inside a basement in Baba Amro, southern neighborhood of Homs, after their houses were bombed by Al Assad’s army. , February 07, 2012

 

In many houses in Al Qsair, women help the revolution by sewing scarves, hats and flags or writing banners for anti-regime demonstrations with the colors of the old Syrian flag. The flag of the revolution uses green, black and white with three red stars in the middle instead of the national flag which is red, black and white with two green stars, January 25, 2012. Al Qsair is a small town of 40,000 inhabitants, located 25Km south-west of Homs.

 

Bodies are lined up for the payer in a schoolyard in Bustan al-Qasr.  On the morning of January 29, 2013, 110 dead bodies were pulled out of Queiq River. All of the victims were shot in the head at close range with their hands tied. It is impossible to say who the perpetrators were.  

 

Anti-regime demonstration in Al Qsair. January 27, 2012.

 

Syrian rebels clash with regime forces in the Old City of Aleppo, September 24, 2012. 

 

A Syrians doctor prepares for surgery on wounded men in the living room of a house turned into a makeshift hospital in Baba Amro, a southern neighborhood of Homs, February 06, 2012.

 

The body of a member of the Free Syrian Army, Mohammed Al Deiri, lies in an apple storage refrigerator used as a morgue in Al Qsair, February 9, 2012.

 

Some Syrian families fled their home in Al-Hamama due to regime shelling and took shelter in caves, in the surroundings of Ain al-Zarka village, January 24, 2013.

 

Syrian refugees make their way through barbwire as they attempt to cross the northwestern part of the Syrian border with neighboring Turkey, April 14, 2012, a year after a revolt against President Bashar al-Assad's regime erupted.