Civilians Arrested in Hama for Reconciling with the Government

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Militants from the al-Qaeda-linked-al-Nusra Front arrested civilians in east Hama for reconciling with the Syrian government.

Civilians Arrested in Hama for Reconciling with the Government
On Monday morning, the Syrian Al-Qaeda group “Jabhat Al-Nusra” entered the rebel-controlled villages of Abu Ajawah, Surouj, and Tal Hallawah in the Eastern parts of Hama to arrest several civilians for reconciling with the Syrian government
According to local reports, the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) called on its allies in al-Nusra Front and Jund Al-Aqsa terrorist group to arrest civilians in the aforementioned villages for making peace without their consent.

Over 80 villages in northern and eastern Hama agreed to reconcile with the Syrian government after 5 years of hostility.

Unfortunately, several rebel forces have expressed their dissatisfaction with these villagers for reconciling with the Syrian government; and as a result, a number of civilians have been arrested.

Hundreds of Syrian families have returned home in villages in Northern and Eastern Hama province after laying down their arms and signing the national reconciliation deal with the government.

Written by Yoana for South Front

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