Hama, Syria, July 21, 2018. The first group of forcibly displaced people (FDP) from Quneitra, Southern Syria, arrives in Northern Syria. Obaydah al-Dandoush, a member of a correspondence team, said that the group, which is made up of 2,804 people, was transported in 55 buses and divided into three sub-groups. The Civil Defense provided the displaced people with buses that will transport them to housing centers in Northern Syria. Mahmoud Zo'bi, the dean of the Aleppo University of the Syrian liberated areas, said that the FDP were displaced due to the Russian and loyalist forces' military operation in the Daraa governorate, adding that the displacement will happen in three stages and expecting the total number of displaced people to reach 12,000. The displacement follows a military escalation and intense bombing by the loyalist forces in the Quneitra governorate. The escalation killed and injured civilians, forcing others to displace to areas in the Daraa governorate and to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights border area. Characters by appearance: 1 - Obaydah al-Dandoush, a member of a correspondence team. 2 - Abu al-Huda, the manager of the Mourik city crossing. 3 - Mahmoud Zo'bi, the dean of the Aleppo University of the Syrian liberated areas. 4 - A displaced elderly woman from Daraa.