“If you come back.” In the voice of Abdul Hakim Qadifan, forty days after his death, the two words bear the name of fame with the funeral, but he was a symbol of the past and hope of the revolution. In its present, two words expressed the desire and insistence that Saroth is alive in our conscience.
At first glance, the word “if”, by its very definition (abstinence letter for abstinence), refers to repeated refusal and omission of all “now” that sukun basically follows it. Sukun about the body of the person who came to be sung in his absence, the text says up to its paragraphs six.
Al-Madfa, Hamza al-Qadib, Tara and al-Sham were all written in the same text, in a shorter period of time compared to the era of revolution moving in the fog of the second decade. Three years ago, he pledged allegiance to a section of the Syrian faithful to the revolution and to the Syrian regime.
These minutes are short compared to an age when early life was plucked from the tree, which does not preserve the uniqueness of this age number stopped at twenty-seven, which preserves the uniqueness of the situation created by Saroth. From the history of a land and a people screaming to seize their freedom, the world has not heard it, maybe even heard it.
With the new standards came a revolution against the image of the symbol, a revolution against the old tyranny that lived in the hands of the Syrian regime. Symbolically, Saravud painted his image as the opposite and opposite of these elements.
Heart touching letter
Speech was simple, smooth, spontaneous, vocal, wounded by call, and close to the people of the language, all of these factors combined to establish Sarot as the guardian of the Syrian revolution.
Ibn al-Baytah, in the city of Holmes, took off the shirt of the Karama Club, which, in pursuit of its goal, became a revolutionary singer, seizing power for decades and removing them, despite diversity. The diversity of the names of freedom.
Over the years, he participated in demonstrations and slogans, and Abdul Basit Sarood delivered many songs and slogans of the revolution that broke the collar of slavery and tyranny, which mobilized a crowd of protesters around him in the city of Holmes. After the tank was unable to do so, the city saw and lived with its people besieged and starving to their knees.
Sarut’s throat was so important in calling it the “paradise of paradise” that it touched the Syrians and crossed its borders, the Syrian revolution, using Sarut’s songs until the neighboring revolutions at the same time. The reality is the same here and there.
Tara, the Syrian coast, Hama, Holmes and Aleppo, scattered from north to south in the country, recorded their presence in the Sarawak song that raised the spectrum of regime assassinations in the 1980s. The way he sings about the future is not the same as the past, but rather compensation for his injuries.
In the same vein, without getting tired of the gruff voice, Abdul Basit al-Sarood continued to broadcast through audio his mixed human feelings about revolution, with its natural effects, without realizing that it would be the last in his sound and revolutionary documents. , Algeria, Egypt, Sudan and the Levant, and the hopes of making a brief dream a definite reality, were present in “Dali Waqifa”, distant and close, internal divisions and many other factors painted the faces of some. Countries with premature aging features.
In the song, Sarawak criticizes what he calls “Arab tyrants” referring to the leaders of some Arab countries, satisfying himself with unnamed references, while pointing out the absurdity and futility of the power against will. Of the people.
Lead the melody of the songs
With songs and their slogans and again and again, he formed the “Al-Bayta Martyrs” Battalion to oppose the siege imposed on the city.
The battalion founded by Sarawet led the armed movement for many years, but after a battle known as the “Mills War”, it lost 64 men, including his two brothers Ahmed and Abdullah, who took part in the war to break the siege. After the city, Walid, who was killed in 2011, and Mohammed, who was killed in early 2013, the burden of Sarood losses on the family level doubled to four brothers.
In 2014, under the agreement to end the siege signed between the “Free Army” and the ruling forces, Holmes left the city for its northern countryside, along with the Voice fighter, opposition fighters and the rest of his battalion.
The stifling conditions of the siege imposed by the regime did not preclude Sarood’s confidence in the revolution, al-Saward’s conversations, discussions and evenings with his comrades. “For your eyes, Holmes” and “Have longed for freedom, longed for freedom” were one of Sarot’s most important songs during the siege, in which he expressed the determination and determination of the people of the city, a continuation of the struggle against the tyranny of the regime.
The word north
Saroth left Turkey in the north of Holmes for Turkey in early 2016, shortly after moving to Idlib Governorate in northwestern Syria and resuming leading demonstrations in its cities and towns. In January 2018, he joined the “Army of Glory” division. And participated in many wars in parallel. Fights broke out against the regime in separate areas.
Simple, spontaneous personality, unpretentious language and a sense of humor were the obvious elements in the sessions with Sarut’s case mates, which did not contradict the level of psychological mobilization he was able to develop in the public squares. Calls for the overthrow of the regime.
“Sarut is a revolutionary symbol in the community, and this matter is beyond the army of glory. Therefore, within the framework of the revolutionary community and the staff of the revolution, we participate in the remembrance of Sarot,” said a spokesman for the glory army. Colonel Mustafa Bakur in an interview with Paladi about the revolutionary situation created by Sarot’s existence. In the “Army of Glory” series.
On the shoulders
Saroth was born on January 2, 1992 in Holmes. He came from a family that emigrated from the Golan and settled in the al-Bayada area of Holmes.
He received his education in Holmes schools, defending the goal of the Al-Karama Club, then defending the Syrian youth team, and was close to joining the first team’s goal defense before the revolution broke out in 2011.
From the first weeks of the revolution he was carried on his shoulders, screaming his throat with protesters demanding independence, which was seized and besieged by force, bullets and security forces, in an attempt to suppress popular protests and besiege the area where they were expanding at the time.
In his last hours before the injury, Sarawud appeared during a video recording announcing his release from the grip of regime forces on the outskirts of the village of Tal Meleh, north of Hama. Soon, he injured his leg. He died on June 8, 2019 in a Turkish hospital with injuries to his arm and abdomen.
Thousands of Abdul Basit al-Sarood were buried in front of the al-Tawheed Mosque in the vicinity of al-Adilia in the town of Reyhanli, in the Turkish state of Haday on the Syrian border. There was a prayer that was not attended in al-Fateh. With a vast human presence that is not outside the mosque, the flags of the revolution and the pictures of the chariot.
“Abu Jaber”, as his comrades call him, opened his revolutionary biography on the shoulders of the demonstrators and finished it about eight years after the revolution with the same slogans, but what distinguishes the scene here? Sarut’s voice is not there to silently confirm that many stories end entirely where they started.
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