المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After encircling the city | SDF continue imposing curfew on al-Busirah town, amid alleged violations against residents.

Deir Ezzor province: SOHR activists have reported that SDF continue imposing curfew on al-Busirah town in east Deir Ezzor countryside, along with the ongoing security campaign.

 

Local sources told SOHR that, the security campaign included indiscriminate and retaliatory arrests of tens of young and adult men, including a youth who mounted the pulpit of a mosques in  Al-Busaira city on December 12, after Friday prayer finished, blaming SDF for the unstable security and lawlessness in the region, especially after high frequency of demanding residents to pay large amounts of money to a gang that had operated under the name of ISIS.

 

Local Sources added that SDF members hit residents with sticks while they were trying to break the curfew and went out of their homes for shopping.

 

SOHR activists in eastern Deir Ezzor countryside reported that SDF combed al-Busirah town in midnight and have imposed a curfew amid raiding tens of houses that arrested dozens of people till the moment. The raids took place amid ongoing heavy deployment of SDF in the city streets, which caused wounding a man and his wife in shooting by the raiding members while they were standing on the roof of their houses in al-Busirah.

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