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much of Syria it looks like this the country may be coming out the other end of its eighty a civil war but it'll take decades to rebuild many of its towns and cities when it comes to reconstruction and aid Human Rights Watch is raising a red flag they will in the divisions in the complex we'll continue to play out in post war Syria underage western donors to be in the driver's seat when it comes to delivering aid so it's doesn't feel repression all benefits cronies of president Bashar al-assad's what we found is that the Syrian government really is a master of manipulation when it comes to eight %HESITATION it has used a variety of techniques to ensure that humanitarian aid goes not to the people who need it most but the people who make teens as as loyalists and so we see over and over is that %HESITATION there may be a besieged area or an area that the government's just taking over where there is particularly acute to meet all but the A. doesn't get there because these people are deemed to be politically unsympathetic , in a new report released on Friday the organization uses Easton goose as an example a suburb of the capital Damascus and harassed a it says there are fewer people in need and then Dana but it receives more humanitarian aid why they claim it's because people returning to harass the the coming from government held areas said they'd get rewarded well do you miss residents have lived under the opposition said they are being punished , the issue is if humanitarian agency wants to help the call to play by government terms and they say if you don't do it this way Q. out and bring somebody else and there's always somebody else available , Syrian authorities have denied divesting aids to government held areas bought Human Rights Watch says interviews with aid workers and experts said the U. N. and other aid agencies have been forced into complicity in selective distributions in order to access some areas there are also concerns for refugees going home the report warns that the government continues to arrest torture and execute people who returned it also says returnees face another big obstacle accusing the Syrian government of seizing properties belonging to Syrians who fled the many Syrians whichever side they go course in in the conflicts could follow them for many years to come