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Preface: Violations against media men and journalists in northern and southern Syria increased significantly during April and May 2018, where on Thursday May 17, 2018, unidentified assailants assassinated the media activist Ibrahim al-Manjar, by shooting him near his home in Saida town, in Daraa eastern countryside, under the control of the Syrian armed opposition. Many eyewitnesses told STJ that “ISIL” is likely to be behind that assassination. On May 17, 2018, "Alaa al-Abdullah", director of the Media Institute at Idlib University, was arrested by members of Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham/HTS[1]...
Having taken control over Yarmouk camp-southern Damascus, following an evacuation deal with ISIL, Syrian regular forces arrested at least 20 people, as part of a security campaign targeting scores of residents in the camp, on May 21, 2018, according to local sources. The media activist "Tariq Mansour", from Yarmouk camp, who was recently displaced to northern Aleppo countryside, said in an interview with STJ, on May 25, 2018, that members of the Regime forces arrested 20 civilians, including a woman, for refusing to leave Yarmouk camp on 23 May. They were gathered later...
Introduction: February 11, 2017, ISIS arrested both Soud al-Houtaimi and his friend in Abu Kamal[1] city located in Deir az-Zor. After 119-days arrest, ISIS organization condemned them of theft and assault on an element of ISIS and amputated their hand. "fear Allah and repent to him, now your hands will be amputated",  those were the expression that stuck in Soud's mind, as he narrated to STJ, because it was the last statement addressed to Soud al-Houtaimi and his friend Ahad ash-Sheikh, prior to implementing the theft penalty code; this code states...