المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Thousands from the people of south of Damascus are wanted for compulsory and reserve service

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the general branch of conscription of the regime forces issued in the beginning of this week, a list of 5000 names of people from the towns of the south of Damascus, wanted for compulsory and reserve service in the ranks of the regime’s army, and according to information obtained by the SOHR; the Syrian regime’s intelligence circulated the names of the wanted people to the security checkpoints around the area, and the Mukhtars of neighborhoods and police stations undertook the responsibility of informing the youth as soon as possible, to turn themselves in no later than the end of October 2019, and the Military Security Branch gave its instructions to the Sheikhs of the reconciliation deals in the area, in order to urge the locals to send their sons to join the ranks of the regime’s army within the specified period during the Friday Sermons.

And the SOHR published on the 21st of September 2019, that the regime’s intelligence arrested one of the commanders of the opposition factions in the south of Damascus two days ago, after he had returned to from the Syrian North and had his situations settled with the regime, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights; a patrol of the regime’s intelligence raided Beit Saham town south of the capital Damascus, through which they targeted the former commander in Ahrar Al-Sham Islamic movement known as “Abu Mohamed Ghaleb”, days after his return from the Syrian North tow which he was displaced in the middle of last year according to the settlement and displacement deal in the areas of the south of the capital Damascus, local sources told the SOHR that this arrest came after criminal lawsuits brought against him on charge of deliberate killing of a number of regime’s members and informers during the period of the opposition faction’s control over the areas of the south of Damascus.

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