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Syrian authorities detained several people for dealing with Islamic State terrorists in the east Euphrates region

Syrian authorities detained several people for dealing with Islamic State terrorists in the east Euphrates region

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SOHR sources have reported that Syria Democratic Forces have launched a large-scale security campaign in several areas in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor: Al-Jerthi, Suwaydan Jazeera, Abu Hamam and Al-Kishkiyyah. During the campaign, SDF arrested several people for several charges, specifically “dealing with ISIS.”

A few hours ago, reliable sources in areas controlled by the Autonomous Administration in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor informed SOHR that Syria Democratic Forces stormed a house in Darnaj village in the early hours of Friday morning, arresting a man and his son for unknown reasons.

On May 4, SOHR activists reported that SDF military force stormed the house of a doctor in Dheban village in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, arresting the doctor and his three siblings.

The reasons behind this arrest remained unknown. The SDF security campaign was accompanied by flights by International Coalition helicopters. It is worth noting that the doctor is from the regime-controlled town of Mahkan on the bank of Euphrates river.

Also, on May 7, SOHR activists reported that International Coalition Forces and SDF, escorted by helicopters, drones and several tracked military vehicles, stormed primitive oil refineries in Theban in eastern Deir Ezzor, arresting several young men from the village and other workers for unknown reasons.

The security operation caused material damage to the oil refineries estimated to be thousands of dollars, according to SOHR sources.

Source: SOHR

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