The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Recruiting youth | Iranian Cultural Centre opens training courses in Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor province: The Iranian Cultural Centre in Deir Ezzor City opened training courses in the field of first aids, nursing and teaching, to recruit the youth to work in positions of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards militia for good salaries.

These steps are being taken in Iranian-held areas, to penetrate further into the Syrian fabric and to work for the consolidation of Iranian religious beliefs in order to empower their presence in the region.

On November 28, SOHR activists reported that the Iranian Cultural Centre affiliated of IRGC in Al-Villat neighbourhood in Deir Ezzor city, announced its need to employ about 20 women who hold university degrees, with the aim of supervising the center’s work.

The director of the Iranian Cultural Centre (Haj Rasoul) stipulated that women wishing to work must be full-time at work, hold a university degree (kindergarten) and other certificates related to the subjects taught in the centres, in exchange for a salary of up to one million SYP per month.