Water-for-Electricity Swap Deal Between Army, Rebels

Rebels threaten to cut water supply if electricity not returned

The Aleppo Shariah Authority has threatened those living in government-held areas to live without water if the electricity outage continues in rebel-held areas.


The authority reached a deal with Assad regime, called  "water-for-electricity" to get electricity returned after weeks of outage, activists said.


The religious group, which governs the rebel-held areas of Aleppo, said it threatened government authorities that it would cut the main water supply lines to Assad-held areas if the electricity outage will continued.


Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer



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