Tensions with the Syrian regime can be seen in the southern province in anti-regime graffiti and attacks on regime posts and personnel.
Residents of northern Syria have voiced their disapproval of the extremist alliance, which has been expanding its presence into new areas.
Idlib city residents who congregated at the funeral demanded that the extremist alliance hold the perpetrator to account for his crime.
Students have been demonstrating to demand the reinstatement of the 13 professors, all of whom oppose Tahrir al-Sham.
Demonstrators marched through the city of Kafr Nabl to urge the extremist alliance to leave after its elements assassinated two activists.
A new faction formed in the southern province of Daraa has been targeting the Syrian regime and IRGC-affiliated factions, despite the truce.
Inmates have been on hunger strike to protest the sentences handed down to some prisoners and their anticipated transfer to Saydnaya.
Medical and food aid has not been reaching the camp on Syria's southern border, which is now facing a critical humanitarian situation.
Families of ISIS abductees had been keeping vigil outside the Sweida provincial headquarters building until rising tensions forced them to pause the protest.
Syria Civil Defence personnel staged protests to condemn airstrikes against medical teams and facilities in northern Syria.
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