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The Syrian regular forces started the first operation of calling up defectors in the city of Beit Sahem, Southern Damascus, as to send them back to the military divisions from where they dissented; they also continued drafting young men, required to join the compulsory military service, though the six-month-respite, granted to these young men under the area’s control agreement, is not yet due.  In May 2018, the Syrian regular forces managed to control the cities and towns of southern Damascus, after they concluded several deals, under which they evacuated militants of the armed opposition groups...
 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 it.
      Local council of Ariha town, filed a lawsuit against Suqour al-Sham militants being raided by them on Monday Sep. 17, 2018 because of an earlier misunderstanding.   An eyewitness[1] testified to STJ on Sep. 18, 2018: "Members of the council were meeting humanitarian organizations delegates when an armed man called M.H accompanied by four other heavily armed men, stormed the building at 1:00 pm. They asked the attendants to leave in order to shut down the and when we refused the insulted us and drew their guns and...