Violent clashes between members of the 4th Division and others of "Military Security" southwest of Daraa city in conjunction with a new assassination east of the city • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Violent clashes between members of the 4th Division and others of “Military Security” southwest of Daraa city in conjunction with a new assassination east of the city

Daraa Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored violent clashes in Kharab al-Shahem town southwest of Daraa city, between a group of the “4th Division” against a group belongs to the “Military Security”, where the clashes continued at a violent pace since yesterday evening until after midnight of yesterday, and sources of the Syrian Observatory reported that the clashes were caused by personal differences between leaders of both groups, in another context, a body was found Friday evening near Nahta – al-Harak Road in the eastern countryside of Daraa, it belongs to one of the “collaborators” of the “4th Division” in the area, where he was shot dead and his body was dumped there, thus, it rose to more than 125, the number of attacks and assassination attempts took place in various forms and methods by detonating bombs, mines, booby-trapped cars, and firing with light and medium weapons, since June 2019 until this day, raising to 83, the number of people killed in the same period of time, they are 9 civilians including 2 women and a child, 43 of the regime forces and militiamen. loyal to them and collaborators of the security forces and regime institutions, 16 fighters of the faction who carried out “reconciliation and settlements” and became in the ranks of regime’s security branches, including former commanders, and of the 10 Syrian militias of the Lebanese Hezbollah and Iranian forces, in addition to 5 of what is known as the 5th Corps which was established by Russia.

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