المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
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Seeking security cards to avoid joining regime army | Iran-backed factions push dozens of young men to pay and then force them to join its lines in west Euphrates

Seeking security cards to avoid joining regime army | Iran-backed factions push dozens of young men to pay and then force them to join its lines in west Euphrates
Deir Ezzor province: SOHR activists reported that Iran-backed local factions have tricked nearly 100 young men from al-Maydeen who paid huge amount of money for the factions to join their lines not formally and acquire security card to protect them from joining the regime forces service.
Abu al-Fadel factions that is affiliated to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in al-Mayadeen city in east Deir Ezzor have signed unreal volunteering contracts to join its line for a year with 50 young men, each paid 500,000 TL that is equal 140 USD. Based on the contract, the volunteer could resume his life in the regime-held areas without any security accountability or arrests.
Meanwhile, Al-Saydaa Zynab factions have signed volunteering contracts with 60 other young men for money to avoid the large and intensive arrests by the security branches of the regime against the deserters of the conscription in the regime army. But, the young men were later surprised that the faction has sent warrants for joining their lines and that they are forced to do this based on the contracts.
Based on the contracts, nearly 110 young men have been experiencing military training in camps of Iranian factions in al-Mayadeen city in east Deir Ezzor.
On Oct. 14, SOHR sources confirmed that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) started training courses for IRGC-backed local militiamen on the use of drones in al-Mayadeen city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor. According to SOHR sources, 25 local recruits, divided into five groups, have joined the training course which is held under the supervision of Iranian officers in al-Mazare’ area, as each group has one drone to be trained on.

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