Security forces force people of al-Masrab town in western Deir Ezzor to “Bashar’s” tent

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Last night, Assad regime’s security forces set up checkpoints at the entrances of Al-Masrab town in the western Deir Ezzor countryside to force people to the so-called “Watan Tent”, according to Deir Ezzor 24 network correspondent.

Our correspondent said that the security forces set up checkpoints and have been on high alert since the morning because the tent set up in the town to support “Bashar al-Assad” was empty of people, so they set checkpoints and forced all men of the town to the tent in order to glorify and chant for Bashar al-Assad in his election campaign.

Assad regime officials have intensified the activities supporting Bashar al-Assad’s election campaign in Deir Ezzor by holding concerts and sit-ins in what they called “Watan Tents”, that have spread in all over Assad regime-controlled areas of Deir Ezzor.

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