المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime’s intelligence installs new checkpoints in the villages of “Wadi Barada” to pursue those wanted for compulsory services or accused of killing members of the regime forces previously

Rif Dimashq Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that forces of the “Republican Guard” and “military security” started early this week, to install security checkpoints and run joint patrols in the villages of “Wadi Barada”, in search for people wanted for compulsory and reserve services or for criminal cases.

Local sources informed SOHR that the regime forces install security checkpoints daily in all villages of Wadi Barada, where they group the pedestrians to get a criminal record in search for wanted people, where the checkpoints were concentrated in the villages of Hurairah, Khan Al-Kafr, Barhalya, Kafr Al-Awamid and Al-Husseiniyah.

This state of alertness comes against the backdrop of new lists came to the regime’s checkpoints of names of people dodged the compulsory and reserve military service of those who had their situations settled, in addition to the presence of names of people wanted for criminal cases of killing members of the regime forces while fighting within the ranks of the “opposition factions” before having their situations settled, after the factions had left from the area to the Syrian North in late January 2017.

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