Renewed clashes with IS*IS | Members of Local factions and 8th Brigade ki-lled and injured in Daraa Al-Balad
Daraa province: One member of the local factions was killed and others injured in the clashes that renewed in Tariq Al-Sadd neighbourhood between local groups and the 8th Brigade on one hand, and ISIS members on the other.
Accordingly, the death toll from Daraa clashes in Daraa since Monday, October 31 has jumped to ten, and they are as follows:
• Three civilians, including two children.
• Three ISIS members.
• Three members of local factions, including leader.
• A member of the 8th Brigade.
This morning, SOHR activists reported shelling by the tank of regime forces. The shelling was fired from the square of local centres and factions, targeting buildings in Mohandessin neighbourhood, inside which persons accused of belonging to ISIS are holed up. No casualties were reported.
This came hours after the end of the temporary truce declared by local factions yesterday.
Yesterday, local factions in Daraa extended the temporary truce, so that civilians could leave for safer areas, until Friday evening.
This decision followed yesterday’s meeting that was held between dignitaries from Daraa and local factions to discuss the ways of ending the ongoing fighting and clashes in Daraa.
Syrian Observatory sources also reported that local factions will resume anti-ISIS operation after the truce deadline expires.
On November 3, SOHR activists reported that dozens of families left Tariq Al-Sadd neighbourhood and Daraa camp to areas far from the confrontations, after local factions in Daraa Al-Balad announced a ceasefire a day earlier in Tariq Al-Sadd neighbourhood and Daraa camp until Thursday evening and called on other trapped and stranded families to get out of the besieged neighbourhoods in the area.
Meanwhile, Moayad Harfoush’s group stated its commitment to a ceasefire, so the civilians can leave safely the area.
Under the humanitarian situation, the Red Crescent Organisation near Saraya building did not provide support to families exiting from the besieged neighbourhoods, nor did they prepare a safe place for these families.
On November 2, SOHR activists reported that the local factions in Daraa Al-Balad announced a ceasefire in the neighbourhood of (Tarik) Al-Sad and Daraa Camp until Thursday night, and instructed all families stuck in the area to leave the sieged neighbourhoods.