Deir Ezzor | Iranian militias appoint new chief of the "Iranian Cultural Centre" in Al-Mayadeen • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Deir Ezzor | Iranian militias appoint new chief of the “Iranian Cultural Centre” in Al-Mayadeen

Deir Ezzor Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Reliable sources have informed the Syrian Observatory that the Iranian militias have appointed a new officials in charge of the “Iranian Cultural Centre” in Al-Mayadeen city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

 

According to SOHR sources, the recently-appointed official is called “Ahmed Al-Halabi” from Al-Zahraa town in the northern countryside of Aleppo. Al-Halabi served previously as an official in charge of the religious festivals and activities arranged by the “Iranian Cultural Centre”. Meanwhile, the former chief of Al-Mayadeen “Iranian Cultural Centre”, Haj Sadeq, became the official in charge of all Iranian culture centers in Deir Ezzor.

 

On December 16, SOHR sources reported that the Iranians continued their attempts to instill their ideologies into the segments of Syrian society, particularly children, in areas under the control of Iranian militias in Syria, exploiting the deteriorating economic situation.

 

In this context, reliable sources informed SOHR that “Al-Mahdi Scout Centre” held a training course for 12 children studying in schools supervised by the “Iranian Cultural Centre” in Al-Mayadeen city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, with the aim to learn them the art of “Radoud”, also known as “Al-Latmiyyat Al-Shi’yah” (a religious ritual practiced by Shiite community). The course was under the supervision of the “Iranian Cultural Centre”

 

According to SOHR sources, the “Iranian Cultural Centre” offered 250,000 SYL to every children attended this course.

 

On December 5, SOHR sources reported that the “Iranian Cultural Centre” in Deir Ezzor city arranged a trip for school students to “Al-Asdeqaa park” in Hawija Sakr area. This development came as a part of the Iranians’ attempts to impress residents and instill their ideology in the Syrian society in areas under their control in Deir Ezzor province.

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