Assad regime militiamen expel Syrians in Aleppo from their houses
Date: 2019-09-22 09:39
Assad militiamen forced locals in eastern Aleppo to leave their houses, claiming that the houses are devastated and unsafe for living, local sources told Orient.
People in al-Sekari and Zarazir neighbourhoods appealed on Facebook for help as they became homeless and the Assad regime provided no alternative residence for them.
Video footage posted on Saturday (Sep 21) showed Assad excavators reaching the scene of the of the buildings to destroy them. "At least 70 families are homeless now," one of the locals said.
Assad terrorists occupied the eastern part of Aleppo in 2016 after launching relentless bombing campaign on civilians, killing, injuring and displacing hundreds of thousands of Syrians.