The dead bodies of regime forces killed in the military confrontations in Deir-ez-Zor airbase began to arrive to the cities and towns of the coast, and four bodies had already arrived in Jableh Sunday.
The Syrian dissident, Habib Saleh, confirmed on his Facebook page that a state of severe agitation and anger prevailed among the people during the funeral.
Saleh pointed out that the northern neighborhood of the city of Lattakia saw the same state during the funeral of three soldiers a week ago.
Saleh reported one of the residents as saying: "There is no result, it is over. Fewer than 10 people are left in this town".
The regime's security forces launched a campaign of arrests on Friday in the city of Jableh, which led to the outbreak of clashes between people who refused to deliver their children to serve to the army.
The security forces have set up armed checkpoints in the neighborhoods of the city, and arrested a number of young people, especially in the bus stations, in order to send them to serve in the army.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer