Arab tribes continue to fight against PKK/YPG in Syria

Arab tribes on the morning of September 25 began a new operation against the PKK/YPG terrorist organization in the east of Deir Ez-Zor Province in Syria.

According to information received from local sources, in the province of Deir ez-Zor in the east of Syria after a two-week break, clashes between the Arabic tribes and terrorists PKK/YPG.

Fierce clashes occur in the villages of Ziyben, Taiyana and Muhammedia.

RKK/YPG, who sent a large number of terrorists into the collisions, introduced the “commandant hour” in the villages of Sabha, Ebrechiye, Busayry, Shahil, Bagoz and Ziiban, where Arabic tribes live compactly to prevent the spread of operations to other regions. Intensive clashes in these villages began 2 weeks ago.

During the operations carried out on August 27-September 13 in the provinces of Deir Ez-Zor, Rakka and Khasak, as well as in the Munbidge area in the province of Aleppo, the Arab tribes cleared a total of 33 villages from terrorists. However, then the Arabs left these villages in order to prevent victims among the civilians as a result of response attacks by terrorist organizations, and sat down at the negotiating table.

-the presence of RKK/YPG in Deir ez-Zor

The entire population of Deir ez-Zor, captured by the RKK/YP under the guise of the “fight against DeAsh” with the support of the US Army, consists exclusively of Arabs.

The terrorist organization forcibly recruits childhood Arabs in the regions occupied by it.