To win over the people | “Iranian Cultural Centre” gives presents and money to Al-Qoriyah football team • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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To win over the people | “Iranian Cultural Centre” gives presents and money to Al-Qoriyah football team

Deir Ezzor province: SOHR activists have reported that officials of the “Iranian Cultural Centre” in Al-Mayadin city eastern of Deir Ezzor, attended the final match between Al-Qoriyah and Mahkan teams within the football tournament of public neighbourhoods, which is held by the “Iranian Cultural Centre.”

At the end of the match, the head of the centre, who is known as “Al-Haj Rasol”, gave presents and money to members of Al-Qoriyah team after they won the tournament.

According to reliable SOHR sources, officials of the “Iranian Cultural Centre” registered the names of players participating in the tournament, and providing monthly amounts of money to teams, in light of working on recruit as many people into the centre’s activites.

On November 1, Iranian-backed militias opened a bureau for tribal dignitaries in municipal of Villat district of Deir Ezzor, in preparation for an expanded meeting to woo dignitaries and elders and polishing their image.
It is worth noting that Iranian-backed militias are working hard, in various ways, to expand their influence by spreading “Shiism” among civil society.
The various activities run by Iranian-backed militias are merely to serve their interests and strategic objectives throughout Syria.
On October 7, SOHR activists reported that the Iranian Cultural Centre organized recreational trips to a group of students in areas held by Iranian miltiias in Deir Ezzor city, in light of their efforts to penetrate the joints of Syrian society.
According to reliable SOHR sources, the Iranian Cultural Centre organized recreational trips for students with their parents for two consecutive days, where they were taken by buses of the centre to “Karamish” garden in Huwaijat Sakr in Deir Ezzor city.
The event included recreational trips amid people chanting special Iranian chants and providing amounts of money and nutritional meals as a gesture to win the loyalty of students’ families and to spread the idea of “Shiism” in the area.
It is worth noting that the Iranian militias are working hard to strengthen their presence in Syria and to spread the idea of “Shiism” among residents, where the activities in Iranian-held areas are considered a step that serves their interests and strategic goals in all regions of Syria.