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Hundreds of Families Flee NATO Proxies Fratricide in Deir Ezzor

Hundreds of Families Flee the NATO-sponsored Kurdish and Tribal Fratricide in Deir Ezzor

Hundreds of families were displaced from areas controlled by the separatist SDF armed terrorists in the Syrian Desert to areas controlled by the Syrian Arab Army in Deir Ezzor, fleeing the ongoing clashes between the US armed insurrectionist SDF and indigenous tribal forces.

A correspondent for SANA said that more than 2,000 families have crossed the Euphrates River to areas controlled by army units as a result of the continuation of fighting between the SDF terror gang, which is linked to the US occupation, on the one hand, and the so-called Deir Ezzor Military Council, composed of tribal forces.

In the context, the Deputy Head of the Executive Office of Deir Ezzor Governorate, Hamoud Sheikh, said in a statement to SANA that the concerned authorities in the governorate, in cooperation with civil associations and the local community, are providing for the needs of the incoming residents, and furnishing them with what they require in terms of health care.

The fighting factions:

SDF: The US-sponsored SDF separatists is a Kurdish-led organization that occupies large parts of the northeastern part of Syria. The SDF was rebranded in 2015 as a political and armed group to fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS); its fighters were initially armed and supported by the Syrian government in Damascus to fight against ISIS and the Turkish-sponsored al Qaeda terrorists before the commanders of the SDF pledged allegiance to Israel and switched sides to work under the US command.

DEMC: The Deir Ezzor Military Council is a coalition of tribal forces that control parts of Deir Ezzor province. The council was formed in 2018 allegedly to fight against the US proxy ISIS under the overall command of the SDF and the US Army.

The fighting between the SDF and the Deir Ezzor Military Council began in early 2023, their clashes are over control of oil, gas, food, and water resources in the area.

The US-led war of terrorism against Syria has been ongoing for over a decade, and the conflict has caused widespread displacement and suffering. In recent months, there has been a new wave of displacement in the Syrian Desert, as hundreds of families have fled the ongoing clashes between the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist terrorists and the Deir Ezzor Military Council.

The fratricide has caused widespread damage and displacement in the region. More than 2,000 families have crossed the Euphrates River to areas protected by the Syrian Arab Army in Deir Ezzor. The displaced families are in dire need of food, shelter, and medical care.

The Syrian government and local organizations are working to provide assistance to the displaced families. However, the situation remains precarious, and there is a risk that the clashes could escalate.

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