In conjunction with the tragic situation of thousands of displaced people on the borders of Jordan and Golan and their fear of returning to their villages, the Red Crescent sends aid to one of the "reconciliation" towns in Daraa • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

In conjunction with the tragic situation of thousands of displaced people on the borders of Jordan and Golan and their fear of returning to their villages, the Red Crescent sends aid to one of the “reconciliation” towns in Daraa

Daraa Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the regime forces continue to repeat the same scenes in the countryside of Daraa, after carrying them out in the Eastern Ghouta, al-Qalamoun, Homs countryside, Hama countryside, south of Damascus and south of Rif Dimashq, where at the time where the regime and its military forces cause more victims whether they were casualties, wounded, displaced or homeless people, they are trying to highlight their “humanitarian” side in front of the public and international opinion, but their humanity only comes to the areas in which the “reconciliations and settlements” are conducted, which the regime considers as “coming back to the motherland”, while the regime forces pour their wrath on those who did not become obedient to them.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on Saturday the 7th of July 2018 that a Red Crescent convoy with food, humanitarian, and medical aid headed to Abtaa town, which has entered in a “reconciliation” with the regime about a week ago after meetings between representatives of the town and the Russians.

This aid comes at the same time as the humanitarian and health conditions of thousands of displaced people on the border with the Syrian Golan and the Syrian – Jordanian border go worst by the day, as a result of fears among the displaced people to return to their towns and villages which are controlled by the regime forces, because they fear that the regime may arrest their youths and take them to the compulsory military service, and arrest and investigating with others, after the regime ignores the Russian guarantees, as it did in the Eastern Ghouta when it carried out arrests, raids, and searches in the cities and towns of the Eastern Ghouta in search of wanted people.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published this morning that thousands of displaced people within Daraa province refuse to return to their villages and towns, which have been controlled by the regime forces during the military operation that was carried out by the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them with Russian support, since the 19th of June 2018, where the local sources confirmed to the Observatory that they fear that Russia does not commit to its guarantees towards the people and not being arrested, in addition to their fear from the regime forces’ intentional ignore for Russian guarantees of the agreement which took place between the representatives of Daraa province and the Russians, amid fears of arresting their children and young men who are late for the date of their compulsory military service, and taking them to serve in the military headquarters, barracks and bases of the regime.

The reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian observatory that more than 20000 displaced people have returned since the afternoon of Friday, to the towns and villages of Bosra al-Sham, Ghasm, Taibah, Om Elmiathin, Nasib, Ma’araba, Kharba, al-Sahweh, Jbib, Jiza, Om Walad, Mesherfeh, and Eastern al-Gharya, while the displaced people of the towns of al-Hrak, al-Naimah, Bosr al-Harir, Saida, al-Sora, Nahta, and Kahil are refusing to return, where these areas are witnessing looting by the regime operations forces and militiamen loyal to them, also people feared a scenario similar to what happened in the Eastern Ghouta, when the regime ignored the Russian guarantees and arrested and took hundreds of youths from the cities and towns of the Eastern Ghouta and the shelter centers to the ranks of its army.

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