Al-Waer: Assad forced displacement of residents begins
Orient Net 2017-03-18 08:02:00
Assad terrorists’ displacement of residents in Homs’ al-Waer began on Saturday (March 18), Orient media office in the besieged neighborhood confirmed.
Assad TV was reporting live the procedures of displacement accompanied by the Shia and Iran-linked TVs and journalists.
"The process of displacement has indeed started. It will be completed within weeks. 40 buses with at least 2000 Syrians on board have left the neighbourhood of al-Waer. At least 25.000 people will be displaced to Jarabulus in the north of Syria. The United Nations has no shame. We are being uprooted from our areas while the world is watching and doing nothing, one of the locals told Orient Net on condition of anonymity.
Homs, the country’s third-largest city, was once the centre of the uprising against Bashar Assad. Throughout Assad war, now at the end of its sixth year, wide parts of the city were held by opposition but Assad terrorists reoccupied all areas except for al-Waer.