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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The Syrian regime’s Intelligence continues to clamp down on the locals of Deir Ezzor through a new arrest that targeted 2 people from Al-Mayadin city

Deir Ezzor Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the checkpoint of the military security affiliated to the regime forces at the entrance of Deir Ezzor city, arrested 2 citizens of the people of Al-Mayadin city including an elderly man, and the reasons for arresting them are still unknown, and the Syrian Observatory published on Saturday, that a tension prevails in al-Mayadin city against the background of differences between the loyal NDF militia, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory from several reliable sources: the tension was caused by differences between the former commander of the national defense and their current leader, where the loyalty of the members is divided between both parties, the sources added that the former commander of the national defense still gives his orders to the members who are loyal to him, which angered the current commander after which disagreement took place between them on Friday, and they exchanged insults and threats, it is worth mentioning that the former commander of the National Defense was dismissed against the backdrop of his firing an RPG shell on a checkpoint of the Republican Guard last year on the road of Deir Ezzor – al-Mayadin; because the checkpoint intercepted a patrol of the NDF at the time, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 16th of June 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the regime forces and their loyal militias carried out raids on Sunday in al-Mahareem area and 16th Street in al-Mayadin city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, searching for detainees who managed to escape on Saturday from a prison of the NDF militia in al-Mayadin, but no information about arrests until the moment, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 14th of June 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from reliable sources that residents of the Boqruss Tahtani village which is controlled by the regime forces and their loyal militias in Deir Ezzor countryside, tried on Friday to prevent members of the NDF militia in the village from stealing houses through forming a human wall, but the members opened fire in the air and threatened citizens to shoot them directly if they do not go, which pushed the residents to leave the area then the NDF members continued their robbery and looting of homes, while the Syrian Observatory published on the 10th of June 2019 that the regime forces and their loyal gunmen are bringing construction workers to break down rubble of civilian homes in al-Mayadin city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, after the regime destroyed them through the aerial and ground bombardment, where these workers are extracting iron from the rubble and moving it to Deir Ezzor city to sell it there, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 1st of April 2019 that as the Iranians spread, control, and expand in a vast scattered areas on the Syrian territory, the Iranian militias work to attract more to their ranks and go deeper into the Syrian street within the areas they control, and the Syrian Observatory learned that a ceremony organized by the so-called “Iranian Cultural Center ” in al-Mayadin city in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, on the occasion of mother and teacher’s day, the ceremony took place with the presence of the leader of the Iranian militia in al-Mayadin; accompanied by figures of the Baath party and of the clans of the area, the ceremony took place at the Baath Party headquarters in al-Mayadin, where the Iranian flags and al-Khamenei pictures were raised in addition to pictures of Bashar al-Assad, while this event received a popular discontent in al-Mayadin, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 25th of March 2019 that the conflict on the Syrian territory continues between the Russians and their followers and loyalists; and between Iran and its loyal military militias on the same ground, in an effort by each side to expand its popular base and build a larger one, and this quest results in a clash between the forces of evil to produce a new evil that aims to spread chaos in order by each party to prove its worthiness in eliminating of this evil which was fabricated by them, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored checkpoints of militias loyal to Iran and the regime in the vicinity of Putin – Erdogan demilitarized area; being replaced by members of the forces of the 5th Corps which is loyal to Russia and supported by it, after the demise of the Organization and its end in Baghuz area and east of Euphrates as a dominant military force, but still, the escape operations from the large enclave of the Organization in the Syrian desert continue, where this is the last geographical location for ISIS in the Syrian Desert northeast of Palmyra, and extends within the administrative borders of Deir Ezzor Province, where the Syrian Observatory monitored the escape of members of the Organization out of this enclave, through sabotage operations Organized by members of the militias loyal to Iranian and the regime to deliver them to the frontiers of Idlib province, and to areas controlled by Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham and the factions, in exchange of $1500 USD per person, where tens of persons were smuggled and reliable sources confirmed that the smuggling was carried out through transferring members and their families aboard military vehicles and in various ways, to the crossings and to areas of contact with the areas that are not controlled by the regime forces in Idlib, and the Syrian Observatory monitored during the last 3 weeks that the Irani – Russian conflict is not only a struggle for influence, it is a financial struggle as well, a struggle for looting, a struggle for the pockets of Syrians and their money, and a struggle to satisfy the greed of them both, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has obtained information confirmed by credible sources that this conflict between both parties -who are allies of the Syrian regime- turned to a conflict over the checkpoints, power, and inspection points in the Syrian desert, and in the area stretching from Homs to the western bank of Euphrates River, where the Syrian Observatory monitored the presence of about 40 checkpoint of pro-Iranian militias and pro-Russian militias, from the outskirts of Homs city to al-Bokamal city in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside on the west bank of Euphrates River, where these checkpoints compete and fight over inspection points which generate huge daily profits, and the reliable sources of the Syrian Observatory confirmed that the imposed royalties on them reached about 100 million Syrian pounds on a batch of tankers loaded with oil and its derivatives, where these tanks in particular are not allowed to pass without paying royalties.

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