It division of Kisweh in the Damascus countryside between opposition factions and the Syrian regime, imposes a difficult reality on civilians. Most of them are forced to cross checkpoints sprung up by each of the parties on a daily basis; with a unique set of suffering at every separate checkpoint.
Disregard for citizens; standing in wait for hours on end; and constantly being made to feel under suspicion, are common features among the hodge-podge of checkpoints—particularly those of the Syrian regime.
Those difficulties prompted many Kisweh inhabitants—male and female—to come up with long and circutious road plans in order to avoid passing any checkpoint, unless if absolutely necessary.
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