The Assad regime issues a list of 4,000 young men from Daraa who are  wanted for the backup service

The Assad regime issues a list of 4,000 young men from Daraa who are wanted for the backup service

Nov 18 2018

ARK News: Special sources reported to Aleppo Today that the Assad regime issued lists containing the name of 4000 civilians from the province of Daraa, south of Syria, to bring them to the military backup service in the regime forces.

The sources added that "the recruitment divisions located in the cities and towns of Daraa province, published the names of young people wanted to perform the military service, the names on the lists should be reviewed by the recruitment divisions (for identification) and immediate enrollment, to serve in regime forces, under the threat of security prosecution that will be attached to the retarded".

The sources added, "The regime distributed the nominal names on the recruitment divisions, and in turn, it was announced to police stations who were announced reached mukhtars, to informing the wanted."

The sources stressed that "the forces of the regime focused on those who wanted to serve the reserves, more than the original wanted, under the threat of security prosecution and house raids in search of wanted persons.

According to the sources, "the lists of those wanted for the reserve service include names of (martyrs) and missing, and young people outside Syria."

The head of the general recruitment in the Assad regime, Major General Sami Mahla has explained the end of last October, the circumstances of the cancellation of calls for the Syrians to join the regime army, according to his words, the calls for the reserve was not canceled in Syria.

He explained that the retarded who call for military backup service benefit from the latest "general pardon" issued by Assad that "the punishment fell on them as well as the invitation," but he stressed saying: "They may call for a backup call again if needed and that they should review the recruitment division within the specified periods”.