The Syrian military found a prison in the building of a former ice cream factory in the recently released city of al-Qasimiyah in Aleppo province, TASS reports .
One of the Syrian army soldiers Hajar said that the prison consisted of several cells, where women and children were detained, including more than 500 people. When discovered, things of the prisoners and overalls of those whom they planned to execute publicly were scattered. He also talked about pits with sewage, where they threw those who were considered especially dangerous or guilty.
According to the serviceman, terrorists sentenced local residents to death even for minor misconduct: violation of curfews, non-payment of debt, the appearance of a woman in public with her head uncovered, and even for not showing respect to the terrorists.
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