Syrian regime forces fight over stolen furniture in Wadi Barada
Regime forces are stealing everything in the empty homes that have not been damaged from the airstrikes
Factions within the Syrian regime and militias loyal to President Bashar al-Assad are fighting each other the past few days over stealing furniture of residents who have fled Wadi Barada, according to opposition media.
The media office said that the forces are stealing everything in the empty homes that have not been damaged from the airstrikes.
Disagreements between the Fourth Division and the Republican Guard are ongoing on who deserves the stolen furniture.
Eyewitness said: “Even the windows and doors have been stolen, Assad’s militias are stealing the door handles and the screws.”
Activist Kamal Jamal al-Din pointed out that the Fourth Division are the ones who are behind stealing the undamaged furniture at home.
He said that the Republican Guard said they are more worthy than others of stealing the furniture since they ‘are fighting on the front lines and have lost hundreds of their soldiers.’
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