For the 3rd week in a row, demonstrations against the presence of “the regime forces and the Iranians” in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored new demonstrations in the villages of al-Izba and M’eizileh north of Deir Ezzor city Friday afternoon, demanding the exit of the regime forces and Iranian Forces from the towns and villages they control in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor for the 3rd week in a row, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday evening that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that new demonstrations started on Friday afternoon from the villages of M’eizileh, al-Izba, and other places in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor, where the demonstrators headed towards the gathering area at al-Ma’amel roundabout north of the city, accompanied by members of the internal security forces “Asayish” heavily armed to protect the demonstrators, who raised banners read: “we will hold weapons for the victory of our cause if the International Coalition did not move” and “we will not leave our villages and homes for Iran and its militias to enjoy, the return of our areas is a red line,” this comes within the framework of the campaign by the Syria Democratic Forces to incite the citizens there to advance along with the International Coalition and take control of the regime forces’-controlled areas in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor, also the Syrian Observatory learned that tens of members of Hatla Division of the Arab Socialist Baath Party got out in support of the regime forces against this campaign, while the regime and Iranian forces reinforced their positions yesterday in Salhiya village, Hatla town, and Hussainiyah village, and they deploying snipers on the rooftops and planted mines in the vicinity of these villages.

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