Number of Syrians fleeing Daraa rises to 150,000

The number of people who fled the Syrian regime attacks in Daraa to the Jordan and Israel border areas has risen to 150,000 on Friday, according to the White Helmets civil defense agency in Syria.

According to Anadolu Agency correspondents in Jordan, they flocked at the Jordanian border but Amman has not yet allowed them to enter the country.

The migrants who are located near the Golan Heights in Israel held signs reading “We want protection and safe zone” and “Crime against humanity not to open borders to migrants”.

For the last 10 days, Daraa has been subject to intense aerial bombardments and ground attacks, with Syrian regime forces — backed by Shia militia groups — capturing the towns of Busra al-Harir and Nahta.

The United Nations warned on Tuesday that a total of 750,000 lives are in danger in Daraa, and 45,000 people have been displaced.

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