The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Following attacks on Al-Bo Kamal | Iran-backed militias evacuate prison and “Fatimyon” gives up headquarters to Hezbollah

Deir Ezzor province: SOHR activists have reported that the Iran-backed Afghani Luwaa Fatimyon militia evacuated one of its military headquarters inside the security square in Al-Mayadin city, which is considered the capital of the Iranian militias in eastern Deir Ezzor countryside, and gave it up completely to the Lebanese Hezbollah members.

According to reliable SOHR sources, Iran-backed militias evacuated a prison in Al-Mayadin city following the attacks on Al-Bo Kamal, where the prison consists of two floors and contains solitary cells, where the prisoners were taken to an unknown destination. Moreover, the prison was used to detain the members who were being investigated in addition to several civilians.

On February 1, members of the National Defence arrested a civilian from Harista city and confiscated his car that was loaded with medical equipment in Saidaniyah city, after quarrels between them and the civilian described the members as thieves and bandits.
On the same context, regime forces arrested a shepherd in Harira town in Rif Dimashq near the borders between Syria and Lebanon, and handed him to the Military Security Services for “previously working for the Free Army.”
Moreover, members of the National Defence confiscated a vehicle carrying food in Al-Qalmon Al-Gharby area, after establishing a mobile checkpoint on the main road between Saidaniyah and Manin towns and started searching vehicles heading towards Saidaniyah.