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At least 26 displaced persons were killed and more than 61 others injured when a car bomb exploded in a queue of many displaced from the disaster area of Deir ez-Zur[1], to al-Hasakeh province which is under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces/SDF[2], and according to Syrians for Truth and Justice STJ reporter, the blast took place in the Abu Ruwaished[3] area in  Deir ez-Zur on Friday, November 17, 2017.
Preface: Practices of Islamic State, also known as ISIS, against thousands of civilians in Markadah town  in south of al-Hasakeh were varied from seizing their shops and possessions and forcing them to leave their town, through arresting dozens of youths and men of the town in order to exploit them in digging, and forced recruitment /duty of jihad[1]/ on many young men of the town, even those under 18, or those who have a postponement of the compulsory  service in accordance with ISIS regulations, as many youths of Markadah confirmed to ...
Preface: Islamic State, also known as ISIS, not only oppressed residents of Markadah town, located in the south of al-Hasakah city, and forced them to leave their hometown as well, as we have reviewed in the first part of the report series on Markadah town. It even exploited civilians who refused to leave their property and livelihood.  At first ISIS arrested many of the town's men under various pretexts, for hard labor in digging, through which it aimed to dig a large and long trench around Markadah town. According to many testimonies  Syrians for...