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Defy the SDF's obstacles. Dozens join the settlement in Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor


Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa, SANA- Two centers of the settlement process in the city of Deir ez-Zor and al-Sabkha in the countryside of Raqqa witnessed the joining of tens of women

Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa-SANA

The settlement process centers in the city of Deir ez-Zor and al-Sabkha in the countryside of Raqqa witnessed the joining of dozens of wanted civilians and military personnel to it, as part of the efforts made to provide an opportunity for everyone who did not have blood on their hands to return to their normal lives.

In statements to SANA's reporter, Sufian Al-Abed, Raed Al-Hasabat and Haitham Al-Saud indicated that they came from the Syrian Al-Jazira region and their situation has been settled and they will return to their villages and lands, thanking the state and its leadership for this opportunity that enabled them and their families to return to their normal lives.

Abdul Aziz al-Muhaidi pointed out that he was absent from compulsory service and made a settlement in preparation for joining the ranks of the Syrian Arab Army.

Muhammad Al-Najjar also explained that the settlement procedures are very simple and easy, and the only thing is to submit a copy of the ID card or take out a civil record and two personal photos and sign the settlement form. Khaldoun Al-Mansour called on each person wanted to join this settlement, which is a valuable opportunity to return and live normally.

In al-Sabkhah center in Raqqa countryside, the settlement process for the people of the province continued, as the SANA reporter reported that dozens of citizens joined despite the cold weather, the arbitrary measures taken by the “Qasd” militia against the citizens, and the great obstacles it is still creating for those who want to settle their conditions and return to their normal lives.

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Source: sena

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