The Turkish occupation and the mercenaries of the so-called “Syrian National Army” continue their attacks on the regions of north and east Syria despite the understandings that took place between them and Russia on the one hand and with America on the other hand.
The Turkish occupation also continues its inhumane practices and violations against the civilians that amount to war crimes in its entirety, as well as the policies of Turkification and demographic change in the occupied areas of Serêkaniyê and Girê Spî (Tel Abyad), as it did and continues to do in Afrin.
At the same time, the components of the region confirm their rejection of the occupation, insisting that the Autonomous Administration based on the ideology of the peoples’ fraternity and the democratic nation’s model is the way to solve the Syrian crisis as a model applicable in all of Syria and expel the occupation.
The sheikh of al-Obaidat tribe in Deir ez-Zor Nuri al-Hemish denounced the actions of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries in the occupied areas, indicating that Turkey’s goal is to consolidate the occupation in the region.
In an interview held by Hawar news agency with the sheikh of al-Obaidat tribe, Nuri al-Hemish, he stressed the necessity of joining the tribes with all the components from Jarablus to Dêrik, passing by al-Baghoz to al-Raqqa and al-Hasakah, and standing together in the face of “the Ottoman occupier” that wanted to rebuild its alleged empire.
Al-Hemish confirmed that the clans are well connected with each other, they are linked among themselves with blood and intermarriage relations, and they have a good relationship with all the components that live in north and east Syria, noting that through these relations and connections and under the umbrella of the democratic nation, they can build the future Syria.
Al-Hemaish explained their total rejection as Arab tribes of any Turkish and foreign interference, and said: “We reject any external interference that seeks to divide Syria.”
The sheikh of al-Obaidat clan in Deir ez-Zor Nuri al-Hemish stressed that the solution to the crisis lies in the Syrian-Syrian dialogue and sitting at the dialogue table with the Syrian sides. He concluded: “Only the co-existed people on this geography are able to solve the crisis, not whoever talks abroad.”