As the holy month of Ramadan comes | Living crises deepen civilians’ suffering in regime-held areas, as bread queues continue
Living crises continue to hit the regime-held areas, and with the advent of the holy month of Ramadan, the suffering of Syrians who used to buy Ramadan supplies exacerbates, and with the astronomical rise in commodity prices and the lack of jobs, the people are unable to buy their daily needs, as the situation worsens.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored increasing and growing queues of people outside bread bakeries across the regime-held areas, as well as the ongoing living crises, including fuel crisis, the power outages for long hours, as well as the water cut ff almost completely to some cities and neighbourhoods.
Yesterday, social media users shared a video showing a half-naked girl on a street in Aleppo, which is under the control of the Syrian regime. The video showed the girl standing in front of a shop. According to local sources, the girl was unaware of what she was doing because of the tragic living conditions. Several passers-by have witnessed the incident, where a lady spoke in the video saying: “send the video to the government to let them see that people can’t take this situation anymore”, referring to the dire situations that civilians are going through in the regime-held areas in different provinces.