The head of the management Council, Tarhuna Mohamed Al-Kisher, said, on Saturday, in a statement to Arraed, that there are reports of 19 mass graves in the city of Tarhuna, indicating that the search teams are still working in the first cemetery only, and it is expected that this cemetery will contain the largest number of bodies.
Al-Kisher confirmed the exhumation of four bodies from the cemetery discovered today, two of them in military clothing, youth, and two in civilian clothes.
Al-Kisher explained that the number of bodies exhumed from graves has reached 129 bodies so far, of which 119 are in Alrabit project, and ten are from separate places, including women and children.
Al-Kisher pointed out that the families of the missing visited today an exhibition of the collections of the bodies that had been exhumed, in order to be able to identify their relatives through their belongings, and their clothes.
In a related context, Al-Kisher mentioned that the “Al-Romani” family, whose children appeared in a video clip, demanding that the fate of their father and his family be revealed, “managed to identify three bodies of their relatives among the six missing, during their visit to an exhibition of personal belongings that were exhumed with the bodies.
Al-Kisher complained about the lack of service support for the city and the management council, and for the families of the victims who are still renting after their homes were destroyed by the Al Kani militia.