المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

IED | Regime military vehicle exploded and regime reacted with striking north Daraa countryside

Daraa province: SOHR activists have reported drop of rocket strikes at the vicinity of al-Faqia town in north Daraa countryside. It is believed that the regime forces based in the 89th Crops stationed in Janbab town in north Daraa is the source of the strikes, but no casualties have been reported yet.

According to SOHR, the attack was preceded by regime forces vehicle explosion by IED at the outskirts of al-Faqia town which left injuries among the regime forces 9th Crops members.

Earlier, SOHR activists in Daraa reported that regime security service “National Security” arrested two brothers at one of the checkpoints between Namer and al-Harah towns in north Daraa countryside, but reasons of the arrest remained unknown so far.

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that a military group affiliated to the State Security branch has opened fire on some young men who were cutting down trees in Sadd al-Jabayliya forest to the west of Nawa city in the western countryside of Daraa, which left one young man injured. The military group also arrested four young men during a security operation in the bushes in the area.

 

This incident comes as winter approaching in light of the increase in prices of fuels and logs, where the price of a Liter of gasoline has reached 3,500 to 5,000 Syrian Liras, while a barrel of gasoline costs 500,000 to 700,000 Syrian Liras.

 

Moreover, the price of a ton of logs has exceeded 600,000 Syrian Liras. In addition, the price of “Pyrene” produced from the waste of Olive mills has risen to 500,000 Syrian Liras per ton.

 

A Syrian family spends at least one million Syrian liras for the fuel needed to run a heater or a wood-burner stove during winter at a time when the average of employees’ monthly salaries do not exceed 100,000 Syrian Liras each.

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