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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Locals of Daraa attack regime security checkpoints and hold nearly 30 regime soldiers

Daraa Province, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory monitored a state of security tension prevailing in the province of Daraa, in which armed locals attacked a regime military checkpoint in Al-Karak Al-Sharqi town and held eight members and seized their weapons and materiel.

Through such actions, the local try to put pressure over the regime forces to negotiate for the release of detainees in the town.

In connection to this, reliable sources informed the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that residents of Nahta town in the eastern countryside of Daraa, held nearly 20 regime soldiers who are present in the town and seized their weapons, in response to the arrest of one of the people of the town yesterday in al-Msifra town.

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 today, rose to more than 250, raising in turn the number of people killed in the same period to 171, they are 28 civilians including four women and two children, 91 of the regime forces and militiamen. loyal to them and collaborators of the security forces and regime institutions, 29 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 16 Syrian militias of the Lebanese Hezbollah and Iranian forces, in addition to six of what is known as the 5th Corps which was established by Russia.

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