More than 1500 people are wanted to serve in regime's reserve service their names reach al-Ghouta and arrests in areas east of the capital • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More than 1500 people are wanted to serve in regime’s reserve service their names reach al-Ghouta and arrests in areas east of the capital

The regime forces are still breaking their obligations to their citizens living in areas under their control, and re-issue lists of name for thousands of people wanted for the reserve service, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from trusted sources that regime’s authorities have issued new lists contain about 1550 names of young people required for the reserve service, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: about 1200 names have arrived at the outpost of Moadamyeh al-Sham city west of Rif Dimashq, and the wanted people were notified and their names were distributed to the checkpoints, where most of the wanted people in the city were from those who returned from Lebanese territory recently after settlement with regime’s authorities, the mainstay of which was the 4th Division, where the intersected sources confirmed that one of the provisions of the “settlement” agreement in Moadamyeh al-Sham was not to take the wanted people, where the city has not seen forced recruitment or lists of names of people required for the reserve services since signing of the reconciliation and settlement agreement in the city, also the Syrian Observatory monitored the arrival of lists of about 350 wanted people for the cities and towns of Saqba, Hamouriyah, Kafr Batna, and Arbin during the past few days, the recruitment department visited these areas and informed the wanted people that they must join the service, and sent lists to the Mukhtars of these areas, all these lists which reached the citizens require them to hand over themselves during January to avoid “security and legal prosecution and detention,” and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also learned from intersected sources that the military intelligence branch of the regime forces carried out yesterday morning raids and arrests in the villages of Hamouriyah and Mesraba in the Eastern Ghouta, where the raids continued for four hours accompanied by a heavy security deployment and closure of subways by temporary checkpoints, after which 5 citizens of Hamouriyah town and 3 others of Mesraba town were arrested, where the military intelligence took them to an unknown destination without any information about the reasons for their arrest.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 6th of January 2019 that reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that regime’s authorities issued lists of more than 15 thousand people wanted for reserve service in the provinces of Damascus and Rif Dimashq, the reliable sources confirmed to the Observatory that a circular had been issued for these lists, and that the people wanted for the reserve service are required to hand themselves within a maximum of 15 days after being notified, where the Syrian Observatory monitored the military police of the regime intensifying their patrols in the neighborhoods of Damascus city, searching for wanted people, along with intensive searching, where these patrols stop the passersby randomly to search them and to carry out security clearance and check their names with the list of the wanted people, and several intersected sources confirmed that daily arrests are taking place in the 2 provinces against at least 25 people from several of the neighborhoods of the city, while the Syrian Observatory monitored a few days ago that the recruitment departments in the towns of the south of Rif Dimashq; “Babbila, Yalda, and Beit Sahm”, have notified about 3500 young people on Thursday, the 3rd of January, that they need to hand themselves over within 48 hours of receiving the notification, and those who don’t will put themselves under security and legal prosecution,

The Syrian Observatory also monitored the arrival of lists of 4500 names for people wanted for the compulsory and reserve service in Douma city in the Eastern Ghouta, the Syrian Observatory also monitored the arrival of about 200 names of people wanted for compulsory and reserve services in al-Hama town west of Rif Dimashq, while the political security patrols of the regime forces in al-Tall city are running patrols searching for wanted people for the compulsory and reserve service, these lists and large numbers of wanted people come after the regime forces backed down from the amnesty decree against those wanted for the reserve service, while it is expected in the coming months that new lists will arrive to Damascus and Rif Dimashq, which may reach about 50000 wanted people, under the arbitrary policy of the regime forces within the areas that gotten out of their control earlier and returned to them under “reconciliations and settlements” with full Russian support.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 24th of December 2018 that Douma city in the Eastern Ghouta -which is now under the control of the regime forces after the “reconciliations and settlements”- witnessed a security operation during the past few days, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that regime’s intelligence and security branches of the Syrian regime, arrested people in the city through raids and on the checkpoints there, where they arrested more than 70 young men from various areas in Douma, and they were taken to the “compulsory” service, in the framework of their operation to take men and young men to serve in the compulsory and reserve duty, all over the “reconciliation and settlement” areas in Syria, and in the same context, in Douma too, trusted sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that regime’s intelligence arrested at least 20 former fighters of Jaysh al-Islam, during its control of the Eastern Ghouta, of who carried out a “settlement” when the regime forces entered, where they were taken to the Air Intelligence Service in Harasta city, also reliable sources added that the regime sent new lists to Douma city in the Eastern Ghouta, include the names of thousands of people wanted for the “mandatory and reserve” services, where the number of names required for the compulsory serve reached more than 4500 names, and about 1000 other names were wanted for the reserve service.

The Syrian Observatory published on the 22nd of December 2018 that several local sources in the south of Rif Dimashq confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that Yalda town -which witnessed the displacement of its fighters and residents who rejected the agreement of the “Reconciliation with the regime”- has been witnessing tension for about 48 hours, accompanied with security tightening in the town, where several locals confirmed that unknown gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire on a security detachment of the regime forces on Yalda town south of Rif Dimashq, but no information about casualties, this was followed by closing the streets leading to the security detachment using concrete checkpoints by the regime forces, where this comes days of unknown people teared the picture of the head of the Syrian regime, Bashar al-Assad, which was hanging on the health center in the town, followed by arrests and raids in the town searching for the perpetrators, these operations came in parallel with sending new lists by the regime forces for the reserve service of thousands of wanted people from Damascus, its Ghouta, and its surroundings, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 18th of December 2018 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from reliable sources that the Syrian regime has sent new lists, include the names of thousands of people wanted for the “reserve” service in Damascus and Rif Dimashq, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory, new lists were sent to the towns of Yalda, Babbila, and Beit Sahem in the south of Rif Dimashq, and al-Tal area in Rif Dimashq, and Barzeh neighborhood on the eastern outskirts of the capital, the lists include more than 5000 names of people wanted for the reserve service, the sources informed the Syrian Observatory that wanted people are of those born between 1976 and 1985, and that they have to hand themselves over within 15 days of they will be prosecuted and detained, the sources said that among the names there are large number of people who have been displaced to the Syrian north; after the displacement agreement that took place in May 2018, also the lists included names of civilians and fighters who died earlier when the factions used to control the area, they were killed in the aerial and missile bombardment and clashes against the regime forces, and in the same context also in Rif Dimashq: new lists of people wanted for the reserve service in regime’s army; have reached cities and towns of in the Eastern Ghouta, where about 1000 names arrived in Harasta, 800 in Douma, 700 in Arbin, and 300 in al-Abbadeh, as well as hundreds of other names scattered across cities and towns of the Eastern Ghouta.

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