Children affected by the popular uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt in southern Syria in March 2011, write graffiti to criticize the Baath regime. Children are arrested and tortured. In the city of Dera, where the tribal structure is strong, tribal leaders want the children from Atif Necip, the correspondent of the city of Dera. Atif Necip offended the tribal leaders and did not give children. Ali's struggle to save his brother and other children, the regime's use of violence, a lot of blood flow and unable to manage the process as a result of the Syrian popular uprising begins the process.