Damascus (AFP) – Abu Mohammed says his supporters may go home after withdrawing from Syria's Damascus suburbs, but he says the Syrian government has found his own home to be wrong.
In May, the regime forces stormed the Islamic State group of air strikes and weapons in the southern part of the capital, Tadi-moon.
For the first time in six years, the full control of the government triggered the restoration of the area and caused a calm that hoped to return home.
Instead, other people from Abu Mohamed and Tatamun complain that the authorities consider many homes to be inadmissible and stop their return before rebuilding controversy.
Five months after the release of the regime, barriers to the regime prevented the former Jihadists from getting into the hands of the unlucky access, and the AFP team did not.
The garbage can be blocked at the last checkpoint. The nearest building lay one over the other, and a hole in the tower of the mosque.
Abu Mohammed said he had seen his home before the arrival of state inspectors and demanded that he live despite the official decree.
"Even the bullets had no door, only theft was made," he said, giving the pseudonym to get rid of repression.
"It was unfair to the citizens who had been waiting for many years and always stood by the state."
One more deadly Ottoman Al-Ausimi, 55, has been protesting.
"Why can not thousands of other villagers go home?" Asked a lawyer.
"After the end of the military operations, I went to the area where great damage was expected," he said.
But in four-storied houses, "the windows are broken," says Aissei, whose residence is not considered invalid.
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The neighborhood of Tatamun was in the gray area for a long time.
From the end of the 1960s, people flooding the Golan Heights of Israel or flooding Damascus from the countryside, mostly inhabited by official permission for construction.
But nowadays, the fate of the region seems to be particularly uncertain, as the regional authorities have announced last month that they will have an impact on controversial laws.
The law, which is recognized as a decree, allows the government to own property for the creation of territory territories to repay ownership with the shares of new projects.
If their location is selected, the owners lose property and apply for a conversion.
The construction has not been started for a few years, but officials have been sent to inspect their homes.
Provincial Commissars were evaluated and evaluated, despite the fact that about 25,000 residences were settled in a person's residence.
Even if their homes are normally proclaimed, no one can go anywhere until further notice.
When they realized that many homes were invalidated, they were not harmed during the war; members of the community had several meetings with the commission.
In order to prevent them from infringing Facebook, they called the "Teacher of the Tatram".
One migrant writer wrote: "We have to go home.
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The commission is divided into three quarters and includes the last controlled area.
Commissioner Faisal Shur told AFP that the inspectors in the first two sectors "have so far gone about 10,000 homes, of which 2,500 are married, and not more than 1,000."
The rest is still classified, he says, but many of the former Jihad divisions have been declared invalid.
"There was a war here," he said.
Tatamun overtook the rebels in 2012, and some of them fell to IS Jihad in three years.
For many years, many residents have been forced to flee, and today 65,000 people lived in 2011 compared to 250,000 before the start of the war.
Houses that are considered suitable for housing are given a serial number and are affiliated with a red wax and require owners to return them easily.
A resident of Tadimun, Ahmed Iskandar, told AFP in a portrait of President Bashar al-Assad on his military uniforms and sunglasses.
But since Tatram is an informal neighbor, only 10 percent of the household has officially registered property transactions – if they do not lose in the war.
There are some semi-official documents showing that other people in the area are only residents.
Even temporarily temporary will appear for those who have returned.
Finally, four to five years of restoration work will destroy the whole territory.
In addition, more than a tenth of the suburbs are not able to provide property for their contribution to the reconstruction project.
Scream, who heads the Audit Commission, says there are at least 90 percent of the population who can not prove their right to property.
"We will not throw people away, but we will pay compensation or provide them with alternative housing," he said.