Dozens of families flee bombings on al-Harak town, Daraa

تحرير أمنة رياض | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة فرح ناصيف 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 21 يونيو، 2018 9:26:34 ص خبر عسكرياجتماعي نزوح

Daraa - SMART

Dozens of families fled the town of al-Harak, 25 kilometers northeast of Daraa, Southern Syria, fearing an escalation of the loyalist forces' bombings on the city.

Ihab al-Adwani, a member of the town's local council, reported that about 200 families fled the town so far, during a displacement occurrence that started a week ago.

Al-Adwani added that the displaced families headed for "safer" villages and towns, such as al-Jizah, Maarbah, Seida, al-Mata'iyah, and Smad. The families also headed for the al-Suwayda governorate and the nearby plains.

Al-Adwani also said that displaced families, who fled the intensified bombings on Eastern Daraa and the villages of Nahtah and Busr al-Harir in the al-Lajat area, arrived in the town of al-Harak, adding that the town's local council would need about 2,000 food baskets, tents, water containers, medical packages and clothes to support those families.

Earlier on Wednesday, a loyalist forces' artillery and missile shelling, in addition to several airstrikes, killed six civilians and injured more than 15 others in the al-Harak town.

Recently, the loyalist forces escalated their artillery and aerial attacks on the Daraa governorate, especially the northern and eastern areas of it. The loyalist forces also brought reinforcements to likely start a military operation in the governorate, which was declared a de-escalation zone after the meeting between Russia, which is the main ally of the Syrian government, the United States, and Jordan.

 

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