Regime security services ask tens of former opposition fighters in Al-Quneitra countryside to struck new reconciliations or leave to northern Syria
Al-Quneitra Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Syrian Observatory sources have reported that officials of regime security services have met with dignitaries of Um Batna village in Al-Quneitra countryside, demanding them hand over 40 young males from the town with their personal weapons in order to be referred to a court-martial and submitted to new reconciliations, or they will be deported to northern Syria region.
According to SOHR sources, the 40 young males had served for “Jabhat Thowwar Suria” during opposition factions’ control of the region, before they struck reconciliation deals with the “Military Security” branch after regime forces captured Al-Quneitra countryside in late 2018. However, the regime’s other security branches asked them to strike new reconciliations, as several branches offered them the option to accept the new reconciliations or to be deported northern Syria. The security branches have accused those young people of “being involved into military actions against regime forces during the factions’ control of areas in Al-Quneitra province.