المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

As the factions send tens of their fighters to the fronts of Rif Dimashq Desert…the regime forces arrest members of factions that had settlements and reconciliations with them

Daraa Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: resentment started to prevail among the residents who refused to displace and leave to the Syrian North on the buses which transported batches included thousands of people who accepted the evacuation and refused the agreement with the regime forces and the “conciliation and settlement” in Daraa province, and the SOHR learned that this resentment came after the regime forces arrested a number of former fighters from Daraa countryside, who had “reconciliations and settlements” with the regime forces, were they were arrested and taken to security branches of the regime forces.

These arrests come days after the factions which held “reconciliation” with the regime forces, sent tens of their fighters to fight in the side of the regime forces against the “Islamic State” organization, in Rif Dimashq Desert, at the administrative border with Al-Suwaidaa countryside, after they fought previously in the side of Jaysh Khaled Ibn Al-Waleed which pledges allegiance to the “Islamic State” organization, in Yarmouk Basin in the western sector of Daraa countryside, where these factions are fighting in the side of the regime forces in the vicinity of Tlul Al-Safa area, where the clashes completed today, the 25th of August 2018, their first month, and the SOHR published today morning, that the clashes of the deserts of al-Suwaidaa and Rif Dimashq have completed the first month since the attack of the “Islamic State” organization on the 25th of July 2018, and its carry out for the largest massacre in al-Suwaidaa province, where it was the deadliest and most violent day since the beginning of the Syrian revolution in 2011, the victim of which were hundreds of casualties, injured people, and abductees from villages in the first line of contact with the Desert of al-Suwaidaa, where the “Islamic State” organization used to had presence there before it was completely ended in al-Suwaidaa Province, after a counter violent attack by the regime forces, accompanied by an intense use of firearm caused the Organization to withdraw and confine in Tlul al-Safa area within Rif Dimashq desert, on the administrative border with the countryside of al-Suwaidaa.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored during the last hours of Saturday, the 25th August this year 2018, very violent clashes between the “Islamic State” Organization against the regime forces supported by loyal gunmen in p[laces in al-Tlul Safa, located in Rif Dimashq at the administrative border with the countryside of al-Suwaidaa, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored these violent clashes coincide with violent explosions caused by intense shelling and targeting carried out by the regime forces since midnight of yesterday, and the Syrian Observatory monitoring the death of at least 8 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, and the injury of more than 60 others in the clashes, suicide attack, and the ambush they had after midnight of yesterday, also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented during the clashes and the violent shelling after midnight the death of at least 11 members of the “Islamic State” organization, and this is the highest death toll of the battles which have entered its first month (since the 25th of July 2018), and with the fall of more casualties it rose to 147, the number of ISIS members who have been killed in the bombings, shelling and clashes since the 25th of July 2018, while it rose to at least 46, the number of members of the regime forces and gunmen loyal to them who were killed in the same period, also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented since the attack of ISIS in Al-Suwaidaa countryside on the 25th of July 2018, the death of about 142 citizens including 38 women and children, in addition to the killing of 116 people, the majority of whom were of the gunmen villagers who carried the gun to repel the organization’s attack, and a 19-year-old boy was executed by ISIS after being kidnapped along with about 30 others, and a woman died when she was held by ISIS in conditions that still vague so far.

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