The forced displacement

of civilians from Al-wa'ar neighborhood

Al-Wa’ar Neighborhood was one of the first neighborhoods in Homs city to revolted against the Syrian regime. It witnessed peaceful demonstrations and was one of the relatively safe neighborhoods. Therefore, a large number of civilians moved there from the other neighborhoods of Homs, which were suffering from precarious security conditions. The Syrian regime imposed a partial blockade on Al-Wa’ar Neighborhood and started to target the neighborhood with different types of weapons. Then, the regime began to tighten the blockade and prevent civilians, except…

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