Days after having gone missing | Afghan “Fatimiyoun” militiaman found dead near oil field east of Homs
Homs province: Members of Iranian-backed Afghan “Fatimiyoun” militia found the body of a “Fatimiyoun” member near Al-Hail oil field east of Palmyra, which is under the control of regime forces and Iranian-backed militias in eastern Homs countryside.
According to SOHR sources, the member of “Fatimiyoun” faction was found three days after he went missing.
The body was found with two gunshot wounds to the head and was buried near the oil field by members of Afghan “Fatimiyoun” militia.
On September 5, The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) militia opened an “intelligence” information and documentation centre at one of its headquarters near Palmyra national hospital.
SOHR sources have reported that the main aim of opening this centre is to gather information on their “hostile actors.”
The new centre is a reference for all Iranian-backed militias deployed in the eastern countryside of Homs.
This intelligence hub is the first of its kind to be established by Iranian-backed militias in Syria.
On August 29, Iranian-backed militias in Palmyra, Al-Qariyatayan and Mahin summoned civilians who had struck settlements with regime forces and had previously worked with the forces supported by the International Coalition for investigation, without informing the security authorities in those areas.
This came as a precaution measure for fear of renewed airstrikes by the “International Coalition,” targeting Iranian-backed militias in areas west of Euphrates and in Syrian desert.