As the regime offensive in northern Syria shows no sign of slowing down, it will be a sombre Eid for hundreds of thousands.
Besides Turkish condemnation and efforts to end regime assault, the Assad offensive has been met with a largely muted response from the international community.
Regime forces briefly captured Kafr Naboudah, but rebels have since taken back the town. Residents, however, are holding back from returning amid continued air strikes by Assad forces.
Emergency workers in rebel-held province say they will continue to serve Syrians in need despite threat of attack by Assad regime warplanes.
As Assad regime and Russian warplanes bombard rebel-held Idlib province, many Syrians are fleeing in search of safety.
Civilians in densely populated areas have been caught up in joint Russian and Syrian regime air raids. Many say they have no choice but to flee for their lives.
Idlib is the last remaining opposition and rebel-held area in Syria, but the regime has warned of an offensive to regain control of the province.
The agreement to end violence in southern Syria and surrender the crossing point with Jordan comes after rebels rejected a deal with the Russians earlier this week.
Syrian regime and its ally pummel contested towns with more than 600 air strikes in 15 hours, a war monitor says, following collapse of Russian-brokered talks to end the offensive in Daraa province.
Critical of a US decision to create a 30,000 strong army led by the YPG, Turkey's president and a senior military leader have made it clear that terror groups cannot operate along its border and that NATO must take a stand.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said regime warplanes carried out air strikes in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta since a cessation of hostilities was declared on Saturday.
Raqqa, which Daesh seized from Syrian rebels in 2014 has been a hub both for Daesh's military leaders and its bureaucrats.
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