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Preface Over 600 IDPs, mostly from Hama eastern countryside, reside Ekhwet Sa'dah Camp, fleeing the hell of fight between the Syrian regular forces and armed opposition factions took place in late 2017[1]. They had no option but to displace and live in tents under intolerably difficult conditions with the lack of any health center or even a school, which threatened more 150 children with ignorance and illiteracy. No humanitarian or sponsoring organizations oversee the camp, the Administration of the Displaced Affairs of the Salvation Government[2],...
On September 19, 2018, an anonymous armed group kidnapped a relief worker of the Syria Charity Organization while on a mission in southern rural Idlib. The kidnappers demanded a $200,000 ransom as to set him free. Later on, the organization suspended its activities and gave the kidnappers a week to release him, threatening to entirely stop its activities in the area, according to testimonies obtained by Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ. On the condition of anonymity, one of the eyewitnesses, who were present during the kidnapping incident, told STJ the following:
Syrian regular forces and their allies stepped up an unprecedented offensive against the northern and western Hama countryside[1]; Morek, Kafr Nabudah, Latmeen, Zayzoun, Lahaya, al-Boyda, Tell Othman, Tell al-Sakher besides Kafr Zita and al-Lataminah, the most bombed, during September and August 2018, leaving dozens of civilian casualties and a significant material damage besides creating a climate of fear and constant watchfulness. Military escalation led to displacement waves towards refugee camps in northern Syria, as Kafr Zita town became almost empty of its 30,000 population specifically after the Russian Defense Ministry’s declaration,...