(Zaman Al Wasl)- Zaman Al Wasl obtained name list includes hundreds of wanted men in Eastern Ghouta suburbs to the Syrian regime to be enrolled in the military service.
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Last April, Russia has brokered a humiliating reconciliation deal where thousands of the eastern enclave of Damascus had been evacuated and who decided to stay were granted six months time limit to do their mandatory service.
The General Conscription Department has sent 3000 calls for young men to perform the military service.
Most of the Syrian young men in the capital's eastern suburbs have rejected the regime’s conscription call but the reconciliation deals have imposed a new de-facto. They should join the army or they might face the military intelligence arrest.
Bashar al-Assad urged all Syrians, including the Druze minority, to send its young men to the army.
The regime is trying to attract more young men who are outside Syria by enacting laws and regulations that encourage them to return back home, and then enroll them in mandatory and reserve services.
Last week, the regime intelligence launched a wide-scale arrest campaign in Ghouta suburbs, trucking former rebel fighters.
The notorious Air Force Intelligence has arrested former fighters in Jaish al-Islam and Faylaq al-Rahman rebel groups.
The fall of Eastern Ghouta last April was achieved in a brutal fashion and had changed the course of the war.
More than 1,700 civilians were reportedly killed in the eight-week offensive.
The Eastern Ghouta was the scene of the first major protests in the capital against the rule of Bashar al-Assad.
The Alawites-dominated areas are still the main manpower supply for the Assad's regime.
More than 125,000 pro-regime forces have been killed in seven years of brutal war, according to local monitoring groups.
Rape in Ghouta
Another dirty game the intelligence has been working on related to the values of the conservative society in Ghouta district.
Arresting, torturing and raping women of Ghouta in the aim of humiliating them and their families, activists told Zaman al-Wasl.
Osama al-Omari, Ghouta-based activist, confirmed that members of the Fourth Armored Division, led by Bashar al-Assad’s brother Maher, had arrested four women from the city of Arbin town in October.
As usual, women were taken to an unknown destination, where they remained in detention until this month. They were released without being able to confirm what they were subjected to during the period of detention, because it is like a red line for the residents to talk about so they think they should be completely silent about it. According to their perspective, the ugliness of the crime has to be less common among people.
This silence could not resist the terrible pain of one of the women who had nervous breakdown due to bad memories and what she suffered in the regime’s detention, which prompted her relatives to offer a consultation with a psychologist, but they realized that the treatment sessions on the details are terrifying.
Zaman al-Wasl was able to communicate with the doctor who supervised the treatment of the victim.
The doctor confirmed that this breakdown resulted from the continuous psychological trauma caused by the "multiple rape" as well as the severe beatings and threatening to kill her entire people in case it dared to disclose anything concerning the circumstances of her detention.
The horror of the victim’s words tells only part of the whole scene.
The regime is fully aware of his power that no one can enter unless it harms itself and its people, in addition to the high sensitivity of the issue, which required silence on the violations as in the case of the four women, and if one of them had not reached the nervous breakdown, her story would have been walled, and her killer "secret" would have accompanied her to her final resting place.
This is a part of the regime and its executioner’s confidence when they committed sexual crimes against women.
The regime continues to press the "stigma" severely, by arresting women, fabricating the charges against them and not distinguishing between whether they remain in their areas and who have returned with some returnees from the north.
Since the Syrian revolution erupted in 2011, more than 470,000 people have been killed, and more than 6 million people have been displaced.
Zaman Al Wasl