المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Iran’s intervention in Syria | Iranian Culture Centre arranges trip for ten of children from al-Mayadeen to Ain Ali shrine

Deir Ezzor province: Syrian Observatory activists in areas dominated by Iranian forces and militias in west Euphrates region have reported that the Iranian Culture Centre in al-Mayadeen city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor arranges a trip for ten of children from the region to Ain Ali shrine on the outskirts of the city. Through this trip, the Iranians aim to make children aware of the religious significance of the shrine for the Shiite community and the advantage of getting blessing of water of the shrine’s spring. During the trip the officials of the Culture Centre distributed candy to the children.

 

This development comes as a part of the Iranians’ attempts attract the Syrians, men, women, youth and children, by impressing them and instilling their ideology in the Syrian society.

 

On may 31, SOHR sources in al-Mayadeen city, the capital of the Iranian forces and their proxy militias in west Euphrates region, reported that the “Iranian Cultural Centre” started a free course dubbed “Bara’em al-Atfal” (Children Buds) for teaching Syrian children Persian language. This is the second course of its kind, as the first one was held in mid-September 2020. Like the earlier course, the Cultural Center has promised to give cash rewards of one million Syrian pounds each to every children who could pass the Persian language test with an excellent grade. It is worth noting that tens of children headed to the Culture Centre.

 

While 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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