المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Motor bike attack | Tensions rise in western reef Dimashq after targeting regime forces checkpoint with grenade

 

Reef Dimashq province: Two gunmen on a motor bike have targeted on Sunday night, al-Qous checkpoint at the entrance of Kanaker city in western reef Dimashq by a grenade. But no casualties have been reported so far. The attack was followed by security alert at the regime checkpoint that are based near Kanaker, where the forces started shooting and have closely monitored the movement of the people to and from the city after the attack took place.

On July 1, Syrian Observatory activists reported that a civilian woman from Kanaker town in western Rif Dimashq was hit with a gunshot in her neck, after several regime soldiers opened fire indiscriminately, for fun, near al-Omari mosque in the town. The woman was taken to a hospital in the capital, Damascus, as her case has been critical.

On July 8, reliable sources in western Ghouta in Rif Dimashq told SOHR that a state of tension is prevailing in Kanaker town between regime security services and the town’s residents. According to SOHR sources, regime security members harassed several civilians from Kanaker, which evolved to hand-to-hand fight and left several people injured.

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