24 buses including more than 900 displaced people aboard, depart towards the Syrian North within a new batch of displacement from Daraa towards the Syrian North • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

24 buses including more than 900 displaced people aboard, depart towards the Syrian North within a new batch of displacement from Daraa towards the Syrian North

Daraa Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the departure of a new batch of the displaced people towards the Syrian North, from the south-eastern countryside of Daraa, and the reliable sources confirmed that 24 buses have entered the area of Bosra Al-Sham, to start the boarding process of the fighters and citizens who refuse the agreement with the regime, where the buses have been got ready and started to be launched within a single convoy including more than 900 citizens and fighters with their families, towards the north of Syria, accompanied by buses and ambulances for the emergencies, within the continued processes of displacement from the south of Syria towards its north, where it is expected that the buses will arrive tomorrow morning, Tuesday the 24th of July 2018, in the north of Hama to be transported to shelter centers and camps.

It is noteworthy that the Syrian Observatory published of Sunday the 22nd of July 2018, that the 2 convoys of Daraa and Quneitra have departed towards their destinations in the Syrian north, after being held for several hours by the al-Rida militia and other members of the gunmen loyal to the regime of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, who surrounded Daraa and Quneitra convoys which are carrying about 3400 people on board at outskirts of Homs city central Syria; while both convoys were heading towards the Syrian north according to the displacement agreement that took place in the area, and the Syrian Observatory learned from reliable sources that the reasons for the detention were attempts by these militias to pressure parties of the agreement to uncover the fate of the remaining abductees of the town of Ishtabraq, in addition to revealing the fate of tens of missing persons in al-Rashedin bombing that took place in April 2017, which caused a massacre of demographic change in which about 130 people were killed –mostly from the displaced people of al-Fu’ah and Kafriya towns– including more than 80 children and women, and tens of others were injured with varying severity, and also tens of other went missing, after they were targeted by a booby-trapped vehicle in al-Rashedin area while they were waiting to move towards areas controlled by the regime forces in Aleppo.