Rescue government announces state of emergency in Idlib as killings continue, and loyalist forces escalate their bombing on Southern Damascus

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 27 أبريل، 2018 8:07:17 م تقرير عسكريسياسياجتماعي هيئة تحرير الشام

Field and local news:

The Rescue Government, operating in the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS)-controlled areas, announced a state of emergency in the governorate of Idlib, Northern Syria after several explosions and assassinations took place in the area.

In a statement obtained by SMART, the Rescue Government said that it raised the degree of readiness in its ministry of interior and that it deployed security patrols to roam the city nonstop, in coordination and collaboration with the critical committees of districts and villages.

On Friday, an explosive device killed six members from one family in the village of Bir al-Tayyeb, Northwestern Idlib, Northern Syria.

Local activists reported that an explosive device, which unknown persons planted on a field road near the village, killed a woman and her three children and injured the father and another child. The activists added that the victims were transported to a nearby hospital.

The Shari'a judge close to the Islamist Battalions, Abdullah Al Muhaiseny, survived an assassination attempt at the perimeter of the city of Saraqib, 14, kilometers east of Idlib, Northern Syria.

On Thursday, media activists from the Idlib governorate published a statement that denounces wearing veils by the fighters of the area and demands the factions to take their responsibility to protect civilians. The announcement came one day after a series of assassinations targeted several people.

On Friday, dozens of people from Marrat al Numan, Southern Idlib, Northern Syria, demonstrated against the HTS and its leader, Abu Muhammad al-Julani.

The demonstrators raised the Syrian Revolution flag and banners that read: "Al Assad's prisons and al-Julani prisons, the tyrants are alike" and "Julani! who will benefit from the blood you spilled?"

On Thursday, an explosive device exploded in a vehicle that carried fighters from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) near the village of al-Shariaa, about 50 kilometers northwest of Hama, Central Syria, causing the minor driver injuries.

In Aleppo, about 120 people protested in the city of Darat Iza, 30 kilometers west of Aleppo, Northern Syria, demanding to overthrow the Syrian government and supporting the ending of the infighting between the HTS and the Syrian Liberation Front.

Fighters from the FSA participated in this protest alongside the civilians and raised banner that read: " They altered history when they said that Ottomans are colonists, " Grandsons of Muhammad al-Fatih the Conqueror welcome in Darat Izza, "The revolution continues, and it will nor kneel."   

In Southern Syria, the loyalist forces escalated the bombing on different areas south of Damascus, as clashes with a fighter of the Islamic State occurred. 

Local activists said that loyalist and Russian warplanes raided the Al Yarmuk camp, the Al Qadam, Al Tadmaun and Al Hajar Al Aswad districts, more than 90 times, coinciding with an artillery shelling from the loyalist nearby checkpoints.

The Babila-Sidi Moqdad passage was partially reopened, allowing civilians and bread supplies to enter to Southern Damascus.

A local source reported that the passenger was opened, allowing small amounts of bread and women in Damascus to enter their towns (Babila, Yalda, and Bait Sahm).

On Friday, military sources said that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are deploying fighters to the Deir Ez Zor governorate, Eastern Syria, preparing for a military operation against ISIS. 

The sources added that an SDF military convoy of 350 fighters, armed vehicles, and heavy weapons, moved from the Kandal square, west of the city of Al Raqqa, heading to the ISIS-controlled areas on the Deir Ez Zor governorate to confront ISIS.

A suspected International Coalition's bombing killed five fighters of ISIS near the village of Al Bahra, 100 kilometers, east of Deir Ez Zor, Eastern Syria.

Al Yaraa Al Sori Group holds an exhibition for different inventions made by dozens of children in displacement camps in Khirbat Al Joz, the Jisr Al Shugur area, 30 kilometers east of Idlib, Northern Syria. The children attended a training course, as they learned the most critical engineering and mechanical basics.

The rainstorm that hit the country closed the only road to the town of Heit, 24 kilometers northwest of Daraa, Southern Syria.

The President of the town's local council, Abdul Hadi al-Hariri, reported that the heavy rainfall caused earth collapses on the roads, preventing food and fuel to reach the city that the Jaysh Khalid Bin al-Walid, which is accused of alliance with ISIS, besieges.

Political and International news:

Germany seeks to consult with its European partners to decide "how to block the treacherous plans," in an indication to the Syrian President Bashar Al Assad's decision to confiscate the property of Syrian refugees who left the country.

On its Friday issue, the German Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper published statements by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs that said: "we are observing in great concern the Al Assad's attempts to deny, through suspicious legal processes, several escaping Syrians their property rights.    

The US police and the Europol complete a multinational cyber campaign to disable ISIS media channels; the campaign was launched earlier in 2015.

Rob Wainwright, the Europol Director, said in a statement: "The two-year operation compromised ISIS' capability to broadcast and publicise terrorist material (…) and radicalize young people in Europe."  

الاخبار المتعلقة

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 27 أبريل، 2018 8:07:17 م تقرير عسكريسياسياجتماعي هيئة تحرير الشام
التقرير السابق
اغتيالات جديدة في إدلب وأمريكا تتوعد تنظيم "الدولة" في دير الزور
التقرير التالي
النظام وتنظيم "الدولة" يتقدمان جنوبي دمشق وقرار بإخلاء مخيمات شمال حلب