Syria: Songs of Defiance - An undercover Al Jazeera correspondent takes us inside the lives of Syria's anti-government demonstrators. With cameras banned inside Syria, it was too difficult and dangerous to openly use a video camera, but he was able to use his mobile phone. With its tiny camera, filming secretly on street corners, through car windows and behind closed doors, he was able to gather images that reveal ordinary people showing extraordinary courage.
"Despite all this violence and attacks every night there are demonstrations. People come out in defiance. It has become something that they have to do ... like they have freedom for just that moment of time. And people will say that they feel depressed if they don't go out. There's a phenomenon: late at night, people will yell 'Allahu Akbar'. Mostly it has become a statement of defiance: 'We're still here.'