“Together To Death” shows a young man who lost his leg create the word “sawa,” Assad’s election motto, from rocks.
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Activists opposed to the Syrian regime have launched campaigns online and on the streets against Tuesday's "blood election" which is expected to reaffirm President Bashar Assad's hold on power.Forced to watch as the government organized the presidential election to be held only in areas under its control, activists have combined humor with bitter criticism of the vote.Jumaa is part of a group called the Funny Media Activist, who aim to paint dumpsters all over Aleppo's rebel-held areas before the elections.It is one of several campaigns denouncing the election, including some that have gone viral online.Another such effort is called the "Blood Election". Ahmad said the campaign had spread outside rebel areas, with activists taking huge risks in army-controlled areas of Damascus and Hama by distributing flyers.
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