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Recently, the Syrian regular forces has reached a deal with the organization that calls itself the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, providing that elements of ISIS would be moved from Hawd al-Yarmouk area (basin), located in Daraa, to the east countryside of al-Sweida province in exchange for several things, notably the release of the persons kidnapped of the Druze sect by ISIS during the last military operations carried out by the Islamic State against al-Sweida[1] province on July 25, 2018. In addition the Syrian regular forces, under the deal, would be able to capture...
The recent military attacks launched by the group that calls itself the Islamic State- also known as ISIS, in al-Sweida province was accompanied with widespread summary executions against the residents of many villages such as Rami, Shabaki, Sharihi in the al-Sweida countryside on July 25, 2018, and resulted in the death of about 100 civilians in these three villages. Shadi Sa'eb, the journalist and the activist who lives in al-Sweida, said in an interview with STJ on July 28, 2018, that eyewitnesses from these villages talked to him about extrajudicial executions against women and children....
On July 25, 2018, at least 50 persons, including women and children, were killed and dozens injured- in a preliminary toll death- as a result of suicide bombings and blasts that targeted sporadic areas in the predominantly-Druze al-Sweida province located south of Syria. The organization that called itself "the Islamic State" known as ISIS declared responsibility of the attacks, which coincided with its ground military offensive against villages located north of the province.  Dalia Hamza[1], the local activist who lives in al-Sweida city, said in an interview with STJ on July 25, 2018,...