The Assad regime removes the name of A’isha mosque and prevents the calling for prayers in a village east of Deir Ezzor.

Special sources for D24 network confirmed that the Assad’s forces removed the name of A’isha mosque from one of the mosques in Al-Tub village in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside, without changing it with any other name.

And the Assad’s forces prevented the calling for prayers in Al-Tub village’s mosques, after taking control of the village, and this prohibition is still in force.

And it is indicated that forces affiliated with Iranian militia have recently changed the names of mosques in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside, and named them according to Shiite faith.

Also organizations affiliated with Iranian militias are establishing centres to encourage people to join the Shiite faith, amid many temptations.

It is worth remembering that D24 has reported the first case of sighe “temporary marriage” in Deir Ezzor province, the first one in the region since the Assad regime entered it.

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