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On September 13, 2018, the Sham Legion, affiliated with the armed Syrian opposition, arrested 20 persons in the town of Urum al-Kubra, western rural Aleppo, on the charges of promoting for conducting reconciliation deals with the Syrian government, to release five of them at a later date, according to a testimony obtained by Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ. On September 20, 2018, the local activist Abu al-Joud al-Halabi, based in the town of Urum al-Kubra, told STJ that elements of the Sham Legion raided houses of under surveillance-persons and...
 More than 40 persons captured, by Syrian security services, from their houses in Homs northern countryside under merely individual allegations filed by regime loyalists with no issuance of formal arrest warrants.       Wael Joma'a, an activist,[1] told STJ on September 16, 2018 that after the pro-government forces retook northern Homs[2] under a reconciliation agreement brokered by Russia in which it promised to save people from harm or arrest. The regime, however, found a way for that by inciting its supporters to file personal lawsuits against those wanted by...
 Syrian security services launched wave of arrests against former White Helmets volunteers who already “settled” their status with the state. 11 former volunteers and a civilian from Ar Rastan besides a former volunteer in Daraa were arrested from their houses despite the fact that the six months allotted to them for reconciliation has not yet over.       Mahmoud Abu al-Majd[1] told STJ in September 14, 2018 that security services in Ar Rastan stormed the houses of seven former civil defense volunteers and a civilian’s, who used to hire his warehouse as...