In the area occupied by the terrorist organization PKK/YPG in the province of Deir ez-Zor in eastern Syria, the conflicts between the terrorist organization and the Arab tribes in the region are increasing, reports Anadolu.
According to information received from local sources, after the long tension between the PKK/YPG and the so-called Deir ez-Zor Military Council Group which was under the control of the terrorist group, the terrorists arrested the so-called commander of the group Ahmed al-Habil and more August 27, clashes broke out.
The Bekkara, Bushaban, Tay, Bukeyyir and al-Jubur tribes also supported the al-Aqidat tribe, one of the largest tribes in the region, which led the fight against the terrorist organization.
The people in some villages in the southeast and east of Deir ez-Zor where the tribes in question are located rose up against the PKK/YPG.
The Arab tribes targeted the so-called PKK/YPG headquarters in the villages and drove the members of the terrorist organization out of the region.
It is reported that in these clashes there were dead and wounded members of the organization and that dozens of terrorists were captured.
The terrorists arrested dozens of civilians
As the PKK/YPG terrorists were leaving the village of Izbah, they arrested dozens of civilians and looted houses and shops in the village.
The head of the Aqidat tribe, Ibrahim al-Hafil, in the audio recording published on social media, called on all Arab tribes in the region to fight against the PKK/YPG and demanded the release of civilians detained by the organization.
Hafili demanded the creation of a military council that will represent the Arab tribes in the region and that is not under the control of the PKK/YPG, and that the direct addressee of this structure should be the US.
Sanadid forces and the “military assembly” in Deir ez-Zor were deployed to the scene
The “Military Council” of Deir ez-Zor consists of the Arab tribes of Akidat, Buseraya and Bekkara on the east side of the Euphrates River in Deir ez-Zor province.
The Sanadid forces are Arabs from the Shummar tribe in Al-Hasakah province.
It is reported that the Military Council of Deir ez-Zor has about 4 thousand armed personnel, while the Sanadid Forces have about 2-3 thousand armed elements.
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