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Preface: The tragedy of thousands of Syrian refugees trapped in al-Rukban refugees’ camp, on the Jordanian-Syrian border, has multiplied following several suicide bombings conducted by the self-called Islamic State, also known as ISIS. The explosions became another obsession that exacerbated the suffering of Syrian refugees/displaced, notably they already live in deteriorating conditions; the last blast was on May 15, 2017, when several civilians were killed and dozens were injured because of a car bomb that hit the main camp’s market, according to Syrians for Truth and Justice /STJ reporter in Daraa.
Messages and appeals launched by residents in the Hawd al-Yarmouk  villages of Ain Thakar, Nafa’a, Ash-shajarah, Jmla, Bait Ara among others, located in the west countryside of Daraa, increased recently due to the imposed  siege imposed on the region by armed opposition factions affiliated with “the Southern Front”. Currently, Hawd al-Yarmouk is controlled by “Jaysh Khaled ibn al-Walid.” which is a group of armed platoons aligned with the Islamic State/ISIS (also known as Daesh) since May 2016. These platoons are Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade, Islamic Muthanna Movement, Army of Jihad, Hamza Asadullah Battalion...
Up to seventy people were killed and dozens injured in a suicide car bombing during rush hour in front of the “Central Courthouse” in the Azaz district, located in the northern countryside of Aleppo, on Saturday 7, January 2017 at about 11:30 am. The suspected vehicle as a “Hyundai truck”. Video footage posted on the internet by activists showed the immediate moments after the blast and the search and rescue attempts made to find and aid the wounded.   Ahmad Nahl, an activist from Azaz, told Syrians for...