STORIES Half-destroyed buildings can be seen everywhere along the streets of the city because of bombing of the Syrian army. Explosions and gunfire can be heard day and night. The city is split in two: one part is controlled by the Free Syrian Army (FSA), and the other- by the governmental army. The war is led in city conditions, many of the streets are “covered” by al-Assad’s snipers, and daily the civilian population of the city is subjected to being in the scope of fire and inhuman living conditions of constantly being a target. The free Syrian army consists of inhabitants of Syria that have rallied against al-Assad’s regime, fighters from other Arabian countries, as well as fighters of the Islamic group Jabhat al-Nusra- the Front of Victory, which is considered to be closely affiliated with Al-Qaeda. The Friday prayer A moment from a protest procession in the streets of Aleppo after the Friday prayer. The sign of the two raised fingers means both peace and war, and the sign with one finger raised up means “Until Death”. A truck with the bodies of two elderly people and one child, perished because of a cannon shell that had fallen in a civilian building in the city. Al-Assad’s army purposely bombards the civilian population, to cause fear and make the citizens of Aleppo pass in the part of the city, controlled by the governmental armies. Boy prepare bread on the local market in Aleppo Local bakery in Aleppo. A rebel of FSA looks around before crossing the street in the old part of the city. A fighter of FSA, the band on his forehead reads: ‘Allah is Great’ and ‘There is no God except Allah’. These types of black bands are characteristic of the Jabhat al-Nusra group. A rebel seeks a suitable place for cover in the city in Amrie district. A rebel of FSA takes aim in an abandoned residential building in the Amrie district, in the city of Aleppo. A fighter from the FSA crossing the front line in Amrie quater. A fighter from the FSA shooting towards the government forces positions in Amrie quarter in Alepo A rebel runs for cover after al-Assad’s army started bombing the square in the Amrie district, controlled by FSA. A soldier of FSA poses with a captured soldier of al-Assad’s forces. A fighter of FSA takes aim with a sniper against a helicopter hovering over the square in the Amrie district. Rebels train their sniper skills in schools. A child sleeps next to an AK-47, left by his father, in a school used as the rebel’s base in Aleppo. Kurdish wedding in the city of Qamishli. The groom is a Kurdish fighter who took four days off from the army (YPG) to marry his love. After the wedding he will go back to to the frontlines. On the way to Raqqa city, Northern Syria. Boys from An Nssa refugee camp. Raqqa city.