Assad regime didn’t ban religious gathering in public places
Social media pages shared a photo of a new law by Assad regime government.
The law ban religious gatherings in public places such as Shia(Latem) and Sufi(Maouled) rituals with 2 years in jail for who do it.
The photo of the law has the signature of Assad regime PM Imad Khamis and say it was ruled by request from Ministry of Interior number 312G.
Verify-Sy would like to remind audience that Assad regime Ministry of Interior denied on its official website this law.
The Ministry statement said “the Ministry didn’t request from Prime Minister such request and there is no law from Prime Minister office regarding this matter and the photo of this law is fake”.
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