Every Friday, protesters in the northwestern town of Kafranbel, a rebel strong hold in Idlib province, address the world using large messages written in English.
In this week's banner message, the protesters criticized western media and their coverage of the Syrian crisis, which started almost two years ago. The protesters accused western media of being responsible along with the Assad regime for the deaths of 60,000 people since March 2011. The banner in question read: "Western media, the 60,000 victims are slaughtered by Assad regime and your claims of vagueness".
Throughout the Syrian uprising, the town of Kafr Nabl has used a series of humorous banners written in English.
Since the early hours of Friday, people have been demonstrating in dozens of cities and villages across the country including in al-Bab, Aleppo city, Kafranbel, Talbiseh, Kafr Zita, Ma'aret al-Numan and many more.
Every Friday thousands of Syrians take to the streets to demonstrate against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
On Wednesday, the UN estimated at 60,000 the number of people killed in Syria since the beginning of the uprising.