Last batch of IDPs by Assad terrorists from Barzeh reaches in Idlib
Syrians displaced by Assad terrorists from Damascus Barzeh reach Idlib (Photo: Orient)
Date: 2017-05-30 10:57
The last batch of locals displaced from Barzeh neighborhood in Damascus by Assad terrorists arrived in Idlib in the early hours of Tuesday (May 30).
Orient News correspondent Anas Tracy said about 1500 internally displaced persons (IDPs) arrived in Idlib, including leaders of the opposition groups and their families.
Another convoy was making its way to the city of Jarablus in Aleppo eastern countryside, Orient News correspondent added.
The forced displacement deal was not chosen, but imposed by the Assad terrorists on the residents after months of Assad military operations and indiscriminate bombing resulted in killing hundreds of civilians and destroying large parts of Barzeh, al-Qaboon and Tishreen neighborhoods in Damascus, according to monitoring observers.
The strategic Jobar neighborhood is still controlled by opposition fighters in the east of the capital Damascus.
The Free Syrian Army also controls parts of southern Damascus, including Babila, Yalda and Beit Sahem towns.
Forced displacement is a systematic sectarian practice carried out by the Assad regime and its allied Shia mercenaries in various Syrian cities; Eastern Aleppo, Old Homs, Qudseyya, Darayya and Madaya were among on top of list.