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Arrested a week ago for giving private lessons from regime’s curricula | “Asayish” releases teachers in Al-Hasakeh

Al-Hasakeh Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:

SOHR activists have reported that “Al-Asaish” released the teachers, who were arrested in the city of Amuda in Al-Hasakah countryside a few days ago, for giving private lessons from regime’s curricula, after being arrested for about a week. The teachers pledged to stop teaching from regime’s curricula at their homes, while other teachers from the city of Rmilan “Karki Laki” are still detained by the “Asayish” for the same charge.

On February 10, SOHR activists monitored tens of students protesting in Amuda city, demanding the release of teaches detained by SDF.

On February 9, SOHR sources reported that the Internal Security Forces “Asayish” arrested, over the last two days, eight teachers from the town of Karki Laki in Rumailan area in al-Qamishli countryside, for giving lessons from the regime’s curricula.

Meanwhile, four teachers from the city of Amuda were detained by “Asayish” for the third day in row, for the same reason. According the Syrian Observatory sources, several students demonstrated in the town of Karki Laki, demanding the release of their teachers.

On February 7, reliable sources informed SOHR that patrols of the Internal Security Forces (Asayish) arrested four teachers in Amouda city in Al-Hasakah countryside. According to SOHR sources, the four teachers were arrested for “giving students private courses in their homes, where they teach lessons of the Syrian regime curricula”.

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