Most Syrians didn’t believe President Bashar al-Assad would honor a United Nations–backed four day ceasefire—and they were right. Opposition activists in Syria’s major cities reported a return of heavy government bombardment Saturday, two days after a supposed truce for the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha. A short lull in the fighting was shattered only hours after the truce took effect Friday, when a car bomb exploded in Damascus. The cities of Damascus and Aleppo brace for day two of fighting after losing 150 in the first day alone. The country remains embroiled in a seemingly interminable conflict, in which a reported 35,000 people have been killed.