المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

“Hezbollah is responsible for your suffering” | Anonymous leaflets warn regime forces against the danger of dealing with Lebanese Hezbollah

SOHR activists have monitored leaflets, said to be dropped by Israeli warplanes on the border with the occupied Syrian Golan today, in Qors al-Nafl area near Huder town in the countryside of al-Qunaitra.

 

The leaflets, which were spotted hours after the Israeli attacks on military positions of the “Syrian Resistance for the Liberation of the Golan” which is affiliated to the Lebanese Hezbollah, have warned regime forces against the dealing with Hezbollah.

 

However, SOHR has not verified of the source of these leaflets yet.

 

The leaflets, of which the Syrian Observatory obtained a copy, read “to the Syrian Army, it has become clear that al-Hajj Hashem is inside Golan and Daraa too, and that his dirty work for the favour of Lebanese Hezbollah is treated as a high priority by the Syrian Army. Jawad al-Hashem and his group still wander in Qors al-Nafl, the headquarters of 90th Brigade and surrounding areas to improve the surveillance abilities and other deeds, despite our previous warnings, after the attacks on al-Qahtaniya base on June 17. The Lebanese Hezbollah has shrewdly dummies out of you by having its spies and elements inside your military bases without your noticing.”

 

The leaflets also contained warnings against the practices of the regime forces, as they stated “you are under microscope now, your help to Hashem has brought you destruction and their bad intentions started to reach fruition. You are responsible for your own practices, and Hezbollah is blamed for your suffering”.

 

It is worth noting that SOHR receives pictures showing leaflets distributed after every Israeli attack on Syria, containing warnings against officers and leaders of Iranian militias in the attacked area, but SOHR activists cannot verify the source of these leaflets.

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