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Marwa Marwaa ‎”Until when? Until when will we remain silent?! Until when will we keep doing nothing? The kids in Daraa were detained and their fingernails were removed 365 days ago! The detainees have been tortured in the jails for 365 days! The mothers have been crying over their children for 365 days! It has been 365 days that the people are being slaughtered. Until when will we remain silent?! Everyday I have to ask myself: Where am I? What am I doing? Where am I wasting my time? If it’s in my studies, what benefit will I gain from knowledge if the regime stays and the revolution is not victorious?! What will money and work benefit me if Syria is still in danger? I am not going to compare myself to the people who don’t care about the blood of their brothers and sisters? I’m not going to compare myself to the people who are going shopping. I’m going to compare myself those who have dedicated their lives to the revolution. I want to compare myself to the detainee who is being tortured day and night. To the one who escaped and can’t sleep at night. I want to compare myself to the martyr who gave his whole soul for the sake of the revolution! The fear of our families always keeps us from going out and doing anything. My mom always tells me don’t go out because I’m worried about you. But if they are really worried about us, they should be worried about the regime staying and about us having to live through humiliation for 40 more years under this regime. They need to fear for our future and for sham and all of Syria. Until when will we remain silent? What are we waiting for and Baba Amr has been bombed for 25 days now?! There is nothing left in Baba Amr! Do we have to wait until tanks are in our homes and until my brother is taken and until my mother is murdered?! Do I have to wait to say the truth until what is happening to them happens to me?
Baba Amr, February 10, 2012 (Bombing)
I beg you, do something! Do something, get moving for Syria, for the martyrs who died, for the detainees. I beg you!”
Break the silence…inside you (subtitle at the end)