The area of Zabadani Burberry ties, silk ties for men, cheap burberry tie on sale - close to Syria's eastern border with Lebanon - was now totally closed off by the military and all communication facilities had been cut, said the activist, who requested anonymity.
Meanwhile, night protests were held in the Syrian restive provinces of Homs, Idlib and Daraa, to protest the decision taken by the Arab League on Sunday, to extend its mission to Syria, despite criticism from pro-democracy campaigners.
"The Arab League's plan for Syria is a protocol of death for the Syrian people," read one banner, which was posted on the Syrian opposition Facebook page, The Syrian Revolution 2011.
Following a Cairo meeting for an Arab League committee on Syria on Sunday, the League said it would increase the number of monitors from the present 165 and give them more resources, ignoring calls to end what pro-democracy protesters and campaigners say is "a failing mission which only gives time for the regime to kill more people."
The Syrian Local Coordination Committees (LCC), a group of activists organizing protests, expressed in a statement its complete rejection to the Arab League decision.
"This decision puts the killer and the victim on the same line," the Dubai-based Al Arabiya television quoted the statement as saying.
The statement called on the Arab League to meet its responsibility towards the Syrian people through the following steps: "Immediately announcing that the Arab observers have failed in their mission, referring the Syrian file to the UN Security Council, paving the cheap burberry outlet 2012 way for imposing a no-fly zone and establishing a safe corridor for protecting the military defectors."