A civilian loses his life in the shadow of the kidnapping gangs activity in the Syrian South .. and the regime seeks to stir up sectarian strife and territorial disputes between Al-Suwaidaa and Daraa • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

A civilian loses his life in the shadow of the kidnapping gangs activity in the Syrian South .. and the regime seeks to stir up sectarian strife and territorial disputes between Al-Suwaidaa and Daraa

The body of a young man was found in the area between Kharbat Ghazala and the Western Al-Gharya in the eastern countryside of Daraa, it turned out that it is of one of people kidnapped from Al-Suwaidaa city, after he entered via Nasib crossing coming from Saudi Arabia days ago, where a gang from Daraa kidnapped him in response to kidnapping people of Daraa by gangs from Al-Suwaidaa.

It is noteworthy that these kidnapping actions in both provinces which started to head the scene, are coincided with the growing security chaos in Daraa province.

Sources informed the Syrian Observatory that anonymous perpetrators are behind these kidnapping actions, while local sources confirmed that these actions are being made by the Syrian regime’s Intelligence Services, for the purpose of stirring up sectarian strife and territorial disputes in the Syrian South, and to drive a wedge between locals of Al-Suwaidaa and groups of Daraa, while SOHR monitored similar kidnappings in the recent few days.

SOHR published today that it monitored finding the body of a citizen from al-Ejilat village in the eastern countryside of Al-Suwaidaa, he was stabbed to death with a sharp object on the al-Mashnaf road in the province’s countryside, without knowing the causes and motives of the crime, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 12th of November 2019 that a university student in al-Suwaidaa was shot dead without knowing the reasons.

Sources told the Syrian Observatory that a gunman from Ariqa town opened fire at the entrance to the Literature  University of “Ariqa,” which killed the young man and injured another, while the students left the university immediately after the incident in conjunction with a state of panic horror among them.

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