المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

As a part of the escalating assassinations in Daraa province…unidentified gunmen assassinate the Mukhtar of a town in the western countryside of Daraa

Daraa Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: in the wake of the continues assassinations and ongoing chaos in Daraa province in the Syrian South, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that unidentified gunmen opened fire on the Mukhtar of Al-Yadudah town in the western countryside of Daraa, which caused his instant death, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday that it documented the killing of a member of the regime forces affiliated to the Regiment 112, after being targeted by a sniper fire by unidentified gunmen believed to be of the “Popular Resistance”, in Nawa area in the northern countryside of Daraa, which caused his instant death, and the SOHR published hours ago, that it learned from reliable sources that an assassination attempt targeted an officer colonel in the regime forces, in the northern countryside of Darra, which injured him seriously, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights; unidentified persons targeted a vehicle carrying the commander of Tal Al-Jumou’ Operation Room in the regime forces, where he was targeted on Nawa – Tal Al-Jumou’ road west of Nawa city in Daraa countryside, which injured him with a number of his escorts, and the SOHR published on the 5th of July 2019, that Daraa province is witnessing a continuous activity by the Popular Resistance against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them and factions of the “reconciliation and settlement” almost daily, and the Syrian Observatory continues to monitor these operations, where unknown gunmen believed to be of the “Popular Resistance” attacked a checkpoint of the air intelligence of the regime forces west of Om Walad village in Daraa countryside which caused casualties, while 2 bodies of the State security members who used to be fighters and then carried out “reconciliation and settlement,” were found killed and their corpses were thrown on the outskirts of al-Shammari Presser, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 3rd of July 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored that unidentified gunmen opened fire on one of the members of the 4th Division of the regime forces in Al-Muzayrib town in the western countryside of Daraa, which caused his instant death, and the SOHR published yesterday the 2nd of July 2019, that a patrol of the State Security branch of the regime ran over a female child in Nawa city in the northwestern countryside of Daraa, which killed the child immediately, and the patrol continued on its way without stopping or trying to get an Ambulance for the little girl who died, local sources told the Syrian Observatory that the children’s relatives had warned regime’s security forces to leave Nawa city or hand over those who killed her as the child belongs to a large family in Nawa, which forced the regime forces to send a military column consists of about 20 cars with officers and elders loyal to the regime, entered the city to meet with family of the child to calm the situation, but the insistence of the girl’s family on handing over the perpetrators prevented reaching a solution so far.

The Syrian Observatory published on the 1st of July 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that phrases threaten those who struck reconciliation and settlement deals with the regime forces, were found written on the walls in the Eastern Al-Gharya in the south-eastern countryside of Daraa, they read “for those who sold their conscience, dignity and religion, we watch you and the next is bitterer…revolution until victory”, while the regime forces raided yesterday evening the house of a former commander in the rebel factions of those who struck reconciliation and settlement deals, in order to arrest him, but they did not found him at home, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 28th of June 2019, that the Syrian regime’s intelligence has arrested 4 former commanders in the opposition factions in Daraa of those who joined the 5th corps which has been formed by Russia and which mostly includes former fighters of the factions that struck reconciliation and settlement deals, and in the details obtained by the SOHR; the 4 commanders were arrested at one of the security checkpoints of the regime’s intelligence in Busra al-Sham city in Daraa province, and in the same context, the SOHR monitored that the regime’s security services arrested a former commander in the faction “Jaysh Al-Mu’tazz” of those who struck reconciliation and settlement deals and preferred to remain in the area rejecting the forcible displacement towards the Syrian North, where he was arrested in Al-Muzayrib city north-west of Daraa.

And the Syrian Observatory published on the 26th of June 2019, that the regime’s Intelligence arrested a person at one of their checkpoints in Daraa city, and sources confirmed to the SOHR that the arrested person is a “chief of relief organizations” in Al-Quneitra, of those who struck reconciliation and settlement deals and preferred to stay in the area rejecting the forcible displacement to the Syrian North, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 24th of June 2019, that it documented the death of a detective from the Branch 215 of the military security of the regime forces; affected by injuries he had in a gunshot by unknown gunmen believed to belong to the Popular Resistance in Jassim town in Daraa countryside yesterday night, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday morning that the Syrian Observatory monitored an assassination attempt against a person in connection with the “reconciliation and settlements” in Jassem town in Daraa countryside, where gunmen shot and injured him, while fighters believed to be of the “Popular Resistance” targeted with machinegun a checkpoint of the regime forces in the Eastern Karak town in the eastern countryside of Daraa, but no information about casualties yet.

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