Relative of Maher Al-Assad's Wife Buys Real Estate for Iran-Backed Militias

Relative of Maher Al-Assad's Wife Buys Real Estate for Iran-Backed Militias

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Iranian militias continue to purchase real estate in Moadamiyat al-Sham city in the western countryside of Damascus, reported the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).

The Observatory said the Syrian man from Deir Ezzor named “Mersal,” a relative of Maher al-Assad’s wife, is buying the real estate.

Maher al-Assad is the brother of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and commander of the 4th Division.

The Observatory quoted a source saying Mersal and his followers of the 4th Division and others from Deir Ezzor purchase real estate in Moadamiyat al-Sham, which is of great symbolic importance to Iranian-backed militias and the 4th Division.

Mersal buys as much real estate as possible in the area, whether homes or shops, through various means and methods, such as paying large amounts of money or using force if anyone refuses to sell his property.

SOHR sources added that during Eid al-Adha, Mersal slaughtered dozens of cattle and distributed them to the inhabitants and residents of Moadamiyat al-Sham to lure them and win their affection.

It is worth noting that the properties acquired by Mersal for dozens of Iranian-backed militiamen have not yet been inhabited by anyone and have not been sold.


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