New group of internally displaced persons from al-Quneitra heads for Idlib; demonstrators in Afrin call to release detainees

تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة Freda Hocaine 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 21 يوليو، 2018 7:58:15 م تقرير عسكريسياسي تهجير

Local and field news:

On Saturday, the second group of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from al-Quneitra headed for Northern Syria. Earlier the same day, a group of 2,804 IDPs in 55 buses arrived at the passage of the town of Murek, Northern Hama.

Three devices exploded killing and injuring four civilians. Unknowns persons planted the devices in Northern and Southern Idlib, Northern Syria.

Local activists reported that two devices exploded separately on the road between the city of Ariha and the village of al-Mastumah, killing one civilian and injuring one woman. The Civil Defense teams transported the woman to a nearby medical center.

In Aleppo, people demonstrated in Jindayris town in Afrin, 43 kilometers north of Aleppo, Northern Syria. The demonstrators called on Free Syrian Army factions to release detainees.

Activists reported that 50 people participated in the demonstarions, demanding the al-Sham legion to release their detained sons. The demonstrators also demanded the legion to confiscate the weapons from the IDPs who reside in Jindayris.

The local council of Dabiq village, 35 kilometers north of Aleppo, launched a project to repair two bridges that link the village with other towns.

Muhamad Humaidi, the head of the local council, reported that the project, which started three months earlier, will continue until next August. The project cost about 30,000 US dollars and was supported by the Akhtarin central council.  

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced gaining control of 16 villages during their military operations against the Islamic State in Southern al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria.

On Friday, the SDF channels reported that during the last week, the SDF advanced in 16 ISIS-controlled villages. The area spans 1100 kilometers and includes the villages of Hamlit, Bab al-Kheir, al-Bajari, Abbud al-Jadaan, Habat al-Naza, Um Ghabra, Ommar, al-Walid, and Ber Omra, in addition to other villages.

On Friday night, a device explosion in the city of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria, killed one civilian and injured three others.

Foreign and Arabic families arrived in the al-Hol camp, 70 kilometers south of the SDF- controlled al-Hasakah.

Sulafa Sheikho, the camp's manager, reported that 13 families comprising 46 people and a Syrian family of seven members arrived in the camp over two days. The families arrived from the towns of al-Shaafa, al-Quriah, and al-Bsera in Deir Ez-Zor.

Christians celebrated the Saint Elijah Day for the first time in 30 years in the church of Amuda city, 70 kilometers north of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria. The mud-built church was rehabilitated after rain and wind damaged it.

Kiur Ghazar Mashikhian, an engineer, reported that a group of engineers repaired one third of the church after they raised donations from merchants of the area and Syrian Christians in Europe. Mashikhian added that they delayed the rehabilitation process due to the poor economic conditions during these last years.

International and political news:

The National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces called on the Lebanese government to release Syrian detainees in Lebanon.

Abdul Rahman Mustafa, the president of the coalition, said that they sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Lebanon, Saad al-Hariri, to raise the matter of the issuance of unfair death sentences and life imprisonments against Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Mustafa called for the immediate release of all those who are detained under false accusations of belonging to terrorist groups, adding that the accusations were nothing but political accusations.

On Friday night, France delivered humanitarian aid to Russia in order to send it to Damascus' Eastern Ghouta. Few months earlier, the Syrian government seized Eastern Ghouta following a military operation that killed and injured thousands of civilians.

France received assurances from Russia that the Syrian government will provide all the necessary approvals for the convoy to make the journey to Damascus. Paris also does not expect the aid to be used by Syrian authorities for political means, according to the Agence France Press.

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تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة Freda Hocaine 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 21 يوليو، 2018 7:58:15 م تقرير عسكريسياسي تهجير
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