Iranian Militia Murders Eastern Aleppo Family

A family of four was killed by Iranian militias while collecting truffles in the Maskanah countryside of eastern Aleppo, reports Baladi News. 

An entire family was killed by Iranian militias, on Monday, while the family members were searching for truffles in the countryside of Maskanah, east of Aleppo.

Local sources said, through Facebook, that unidentified persons, likely members of Liwa Fatemiyoun, shot down a group of civilians who were collecting truffles in the desert of al-Mohsen village, south of Maskanah, killing a family of four.

The sources indicated that the family members who were killed were Mohammad al-Abed, 52, his wife, Raghad, 44, their daughter, 26, and their son, 19.

The regime-controlled areas have witnessed, over the past month, several incidents of killing and theft, mostly affecting sheepherders and truffle pickers. Iranian militias are mainly accused of being responsible for the killings.

 

This article was translated and edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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