Syrian regime threatens to unleash military operation on Kanaker unless the town's dignitaries expel people who reconciled with regime • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Syrian regime threatens to unleash military operation on Kanaker unless the town’s dignitaries expel people who reconciled with regime

Rif Dimashq Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: reliable sources have informed the Syrian Observatory that the head of military security branch in Sa’sa’ has summoned members of the reconciliation commission and dignitaries of Kanaker town, in the western countryside of Damascus, to a meeting in the military security headquarters in Sa’sa’ city.

According to SOHR sources, the head of Sa’sa’ branch asked the attendants for keeping the town safe and putting an end to what he called “security breaches”. He warned of turning the security file of the area from his branch to another security body like what happened in other areas which experienced a state of security tension, hinting about Al-Sanamayn city which came under military operation nearly two months ago.

The military operation in Al-Sanamayn ended by evacuating people wanted for regime security services and others rejecting reconciliations with the Syrian regime.

SOHR sources in Kanaker say that the head of Sa’sa’ branch raised two options in order to defuse the security tension in the area. He has offered to drive people of the town, wanted for regime security services, out of Syria without any interference by the branch, or to displace them to rebels-held areas in northern Syria.

He has refused all options which propose striking new reconciliation deals with the regime authorities in the area. The head of Sa’sa’ branch also blamed the recent bombings in the capital Damascus, which targeted members of regime intelligence, on the town’s people who reconciled with regime authorities but refuses to leave the town or to engage in battles in the side of regime forces.

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