After closing it for several times, the regime forces reopen Abu al-Duhur crossing within the demilitarized area for moving between their controlled areas and the faction’s • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After closing it for several times, the regime forces reopen Abu al-Duhur crossing within the demilitarized area for moving between their controlled areas and the faction’s

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the reopening of Abu al-Duhur crossing in the eastern countryside of Idlib, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the crossing was opened by the regime forces from one side, as the crossing movement from the side of the regime forces is only available for those wishing to come from Hama province towards Idlib province currently, but no information about the cross of any person yet, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 30th of September 2018 that Abu al-Duhur crossing in the eastern countryside of Idlib, which the regime forces have reopened on Tuesday, the 25th of September 2018, is witnessing the continuation of light traffic movement, where intersected sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the entry to regime forces’-controlled areas was limited to tens of people, some of whom have transactions in regime’s departments and others with property in the land that was controlled by the regime forces opposite of the factions’ controlled areas, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the regime forces continue opening Abu al-Duhur crossing in the eastern countryside of Idlib, since last Tuesday, the 25th of September 2018, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a small movement of crossing towards regime forces’-controlled areas, and the Syrian Observatory learned that people towards regime forces’-controlled areas are mostly of people who are living in areas controlled by the regime forces and came to factions’ controlled areas during the harvest seasons and could not return after the roads were closed, and reliable sources told the Syrian Observatory that tens of families and residents from villages in the eastern countryside of Idlib the are under the control of the regime forces; want to return to their villages, but the royalties imposed by checkpoints of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them are preventing them from crossing.

The Syrian Observatory published on the 24th of September that the Syrian Observatory monitored the fall of several rocket shells dawn on Monday, the 24th of September 2018, on places in al-Baraghithi area  north of Abu al-Duhur in the eastern countryside of Idlib, where the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them control the area there, but no information until the moment about the source of the rocket shells and the casualties they caused. The fall of shells on this area comes in conjunction with anticipation for the citizens to start entering through Abu al-Duhur crossing, of which the information about its back to service was conflicted, where it was expected to be opened today, Monday, where the Syrian Observatory published last night that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information reporting that it is expected in the incoming ours of Monday the 24th of September 2018, that the regime forces will return to open Abu Al-Duhur Military Crossing about 26 days after it was closed which caused citizens suffering, and prevented them from returning to their villages which are controlled by the regime forces, and which were subjected to processes of looting, thefts and imposing royalties by the regime forces as well as arresting a number of citizens during their return to their villages over which the regime forces imposed their control months ago.