Exchange of fire with Asaiysh | Man and his son killed in western Deir Ezzor
Deir Ezzor province: SOHR activists have documented the death of a man and his son in exchange of fire with the members of a patrol of the Internal Security Forces (Asayish) in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor. The clashes erupted after Asayish Forces stormed the man’s house in al-Sa’wa village in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor.
On the other hand, Asayish Forces stormed another house in order to arrest a suspicious person, but he managed to escape.
On Sunday, SOHR activists monitored paper leaflets stuck on the doors of shops and on the walls of SDF-held areas of al-Jazarah, al-Kabar, al-Kasrah and al-Harmoushiyah in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor. These leaflets included threats by ISIS of intensifying its attacks against Syria Democratic Forces and civilians and tribes’ elders “collaborating” with them. ISIS also warned people not to get close to SDF headquarters and posts or they would be attacked. Some of these leaflets read “our Muslim brothers in the villages of al-Jazarah, al-Kabar, al-Kasrah and al-Harmoushiyah, do not get close to the headquarters or members of the atheist Kurds ‘SDF’, or you will be targeted by the security detachment of the glorious ‘Islamic State’. Oh infidels, the intelligence service’s members, soldiers, Asayish members, tribal elders dealing with the atheists, wait for your punishment. We see you, but you do not see us. Check your heads before they are gone. The incoming punishment will be worse for you, Allah willing.”