Thousands demonstrate in solidarity with Civil Defense in Northern Syria; Only 40 Palestinian families remain in Yarmouk camp, Southern Damascus
Local and field news:
On Friday, hundreds of people demonstrated in the Idlib governorate, Northern Syria, in a demonstration called "Russia is killing us and the Civil Defense is rescuing us."
Hundreds of people demonstrated in the Aleppo governorate, Northern Syria, to express solidarity with the Civil Defense and confirm their demand to overthrow the Syrian regime.
Dozens also protested in the Hama governorate, Central Syria, in a demonstration called "Russia is killing us and the Civil Defense is rescuing us," denouncing Russia's demands to expel the Civil Defense from Syria.
In the city of Murak, 25 kilometers north of Hama, dozens of people also demonstrated to support the Civil Defense. The demonstrators called the Russia forces terrorists and called for their expelling from Syria.
On Friday, an internal dispute killed and injured 13 members of the National Defense militia belonging to the Syrian government in the city of Masyaf, 39 kilometers west of Hama, Central Syria.
A local source reported that clashes erupted between two groups in the militia in the camp of Beit Eid in Masyaf after a dispute between two members. Each of the members summoned their friends, and the dispute turned violent, killing three members and injuring ten others.
The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) announced killing a Turkish soldier during a military operation in the Afrin area of Aleppo, Northern Syria.
Forty Palestinian families remained in the Yarmouk refugee camp, Southern Damascus, according to an organization that documents the suffering of Palestinian refugees in Syria.
The documentation of the Working for Palestinians of Syria Organization coincided with the visit of the Director General of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s Political Department, Ambassador Anwar Abdul Hadi, to the camp to offer financial support to the remaining families.
Civilians suffer in the Syrian government-controlled Quneitra governorate in Southern Syria due to the lack of public transportation means.
On Friday, a local source reported that civilians are suffering due to the lack of public transportation between villages in Quneitra and the city of Khan Arnaba, which is the governorate's administrative center.
The Kurdish Autonomous Administration held the first conference for its universities in the city of al-Qamishli, 70 kilometers north of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria.
Muhamad Salim, the joint head of the Faculty of Educational Sciences in the Rojava University, reported that the conference included the universities of Afrin, Kobani, and Rojava. The conference aims to unify the universities' work, elect a joint management, and create a Higher Education Ministry.
The Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps forces their militias in the Deir al-Zor governorate, Eastern Syrian, to take a Shia Islam course.
Local sources reported that the Shia Islam course is mandatory for members of the Baqir Brigade, Syrian Hezbollah, Liwa al-Quds, and Osud al-Asher. The course will last for one week and will be taught by Iranian clergymen in the Hama governorate, Central Syria.