Damascus Streets Early May

Compilation of scenes around Damascus on my daily walks, where an air of normality continues to prevail.
 
Previous videos and related posts:
 
-Damascus walks, April 26-28, Stores Re-Opened, Life in Streets
 
-Syrian: “If we didn’t complete & love each other we wouldn’t have survived this crisis”
 
-Syrian Life in the time of Corona: Calm, not Chaos
 
-Syria is not under lockdown, is not the dystopian society of war propagandists
 
 
-Old Damascus streets on April 21, 2020
 
-Volunteers Distributing Bread in Syria
 
-Syrian Food Staple Heavily-Subsidized, Now Distributed to Homes
 
-On Bread Distribution in Damascus
 
-Damascus morning lanes

 

6 comments

  1. Thank you Eva: https://www.opednews.com/articles/The-Streets-of-Damascus-Sy-by-Eva-Bartlett-Syria_Syrian-Situation-200509-929.html#comment763376

    Here is my comment:

    While the West cowers from a flu virus, do the people ever think about the horrendous suffering they have inflicted on the rest of the world? They send tax-dollar paid mercenary terrorists to terrorize old men, women, children and babies in Asia. Then they blockade food, medicine and equipment needed to fix the waterworks that they bombed.

    What if North Americans (US and Canada) had to cope with a foreign invasion for 9 years and still counting? Would their biggest concern still be where to get toilet paper?

    Yes, it makes me angry.

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