The Syrian Revolution begins in 2011, following on what was called the “Arab Spring” by demonstrations against Bassar El Assad’s bassist regime. Democratic protests will be repressed by using bloody method, engendering a revolutionary armed movement supported by the main Sunni protagonists in the region. Summer 2012. The rebels fighting against the regime of Bashar el Assad are progressing in the streets of Aleppo. Civilians try to escape or to protect themselves from the bombings. Human cost is heavy, both for combatants and for populations.