Syria frees around 250 people who are imprisoned for their ties to tycoon Rami Majluf, Al Assad’s cousin
The Syrian authorities have released around 250 people in recent days who were detained for their ties to tycoon Rami Majluf, the cousin of President Bashar al Assad, as a result of the serious deterioration in their relations and their estrangement in recent months, the Syrian Observatory for Human rights reported.
The London-based body with informants in the country has said it has released “the majority” of those arrested during the “security campaign” against the Majluf district that began in late April.
He has explained in detail that among the 185 released are about 60 officers and soldiers, about 140 Majluf employees and about 60 members of the Al-Bustan militia, who were created by the magnate to be on the side of forces close to the government when the war broke out to fight. in 2011.