Hundreds of families living in areas under the control of Daesh and the Bashar Assad regime in northeastern Aleppo have been escaping to areas controlled by moderate opposition forces.
Families in the eastern areas of al-Bab in Aleppo province, namely the Cub Sultan, Zarur, Cub al-Hafi and Nebete Kebir villages, have fled the previously Daesh-held areas that the regime was able to take over after Daesh did not show significant resistance.
The civilians find the opposition-held areas of Susyan and Susanbat to be more secure to live in, with many families also bringing their livestock to help make ends meet.
"The regime and Daesh serve the same purpose. Daesh, which used us as live shields and did not let us leave our village, left the village to regime forces without any fighting," Husein Ramadan told reporters, explaining that they escaped their village because it was safer to live in areas controlled by the moderate opposition forces.
"We lived under Daesh oppression for two years," said Ramadan, who was wounded after Daesh terrorists opened fire on people during their night journey to the opposition-held area.
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