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Syria will see its 200th Friday anti-regime protest staged in the wake of a winter storm that has brought the tragic news of refugees dying in camps, as activists cling to the nonviolent protests that long ago were the hallmark of the uprising.Every week, the Syrian Revolution 2011 Facebook page conducts a poll to select the slogan of the week, and now offers five options to approximately 50,000 voters, according to the page's administrators. One researcher and activist involved with the Syria conflict goes by the name of Not George Sabra, and his blog "Democratic Revolution, Syria Style" compiles a list of the weekly demo slogans. He believes that the slogans still function as a way to identify the main groups in the Syria conflict. An anti-regime activist in Aleppo told The Daily Star how the Friday protests, like the uprising and the rebels, are also decentralized affairs.In recent days, the Damascus suburb of Beit Sahm witnessed several hundred people voicing their anger at both the Assad regime and the Nusra Front, Al-Qaeda's affiliate in Syria, for committing human rights violations.
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