Syrian Defence Forces release nearly 50 persons accused of dealing with the Islamic State
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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has learned that the “Autonomous Administration in north and north-eastern Syria” and Syria Democratic Forces released ten persons in Al-Hasakah city, after mediations by tribal elders and Sheikhs in the area.
It is noteworthy that the ten persons were arrested earlier on charge of dealing with ISIS.
This action comes few days after the release of at least 39 persons from Deir Ezzor, Al-Haskah and Al-Raqqah, by SDF after mediations by tribal elders and dignitaries. They were arrested for the same accusation.
The release of the 49 persons is a part of the outcomes of a meeting held in early May 2018, between “Syria Democratic Council” and tribe dignitaries.
Meanwhile, SOHR monitored widespread resentment against the backdrop of the release people accused of dealing with the Islamic State without being tried.
Lens of SOHR monitors the release of ten persons in Al-Hasakah city, by SDF and with mediation by tribal dignitaries. They were arrested earlier for dealing with the Islamic State.
Source: Syria HR