The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Offering salaries reaching one million Syrian pounds | IRGC start admitting women to work in non-combat sectors in Deir Ezzor city

Deir Ezzor province: SOHR sources have reported that the Iranian cultural centre in Deir Ezzor city announced the start of admitting female volunteers to join the ranks of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), where they will be assigned with non-combat tasks.


According to SOHR sources, IRGC has informed the Iranian cultural centre and some affiliated militiamen that it needs female volunteers to work in different sectors, such as supervising kindergartens and nursing courses, for monthly salaries ranging from 700,000 SYP to one million Syrian pounds.


Despite the relatively high salaries, the announcement has not attracted the expected large number of the region’s residents.


On June 12, SOHR sources reported that the Iranian cultural centre in Deir Ezzor city managed by Haj “Rasoul”, announced the opening of new courses for learning Persian language, where about 50 students aged between 18-25 years, presented to the courses. The centre and its management exploit the bad living conditions of most of the residents of the city, where it provides financial prizes for the students in addition to recreational trips outside Deir Ezzor province for each one masters Persian language.