According to Inside Syria Media Center’ military correspondents, a demonstration of women took place in the city of Douma (Editor’s note: Douma is a city in Syria. Its center is about 10 km (6 mi) north-east of the center of Damascus. During the Syrian Civil War Douma has been a major flashpoint and had witnessed numerous demonstrations against the Syrian government and armed clashes against the Syrian Army and Security forces during the early stages of the conflict).
Local residents demanded the immediate release from prison of the former Jaysh al-Islam commander, Ahmad Taha. Supposedly, women became victims of circumstance.
To be recalled is that the Douma is under the control of the so-called moderate opposition. Thus, either these women are the representatives of the militants’ families or the jihadists held women’s families hostage. So the female are in a desperate situation.
The more so, in the city of Arbin a demonstration against Tahrir al-Sham group also took place. Protesters demand the “moderate opposition” to leave the terrorists’ ranks and stop to provoking military actions in the provinces.