Three civilians, who were attempting to cross into the FSA-held areas in Aleppo and to move to Turkey after that, fell martyrs yesterday after the explosion of a Daesh booby-trapped house in rural Aleppo. The martyrs have been identified as Kamila Idriss, Zakiya Yahya Al-Amer and Abdelallatif Yayha Al-AMer. They are all civilians from the town of Kharita in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor.
The booby-trapped house blew up after the three martyrs stopped and took a rest inside it, as they were tired from a long exhausting travel from Deir Ezzor to Aleppo.
Deir Ezzor is currently witnessing a substantial wave of displacement towards the Turkish territory, which includes both the youth and families from the province. The increase in the number of displaced civilians is best explained by the ruthless and merciless conditions they are facing under Daesh rule in Deir Ezzor, which coincides with deteriorating living standards as well. Most of these civilians are fleeing to Turkey in order to work in agricultural lands, hoping they can secure a living.