After the SDF closed al-Salhiya crossing which connects their controlled areas to the regime forces’-controlled areas…Deir Ezzor Civil Council decide to reopen the crossing west of Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Deir Ezzor Civil Council loyal to the Syria Democratic Forces issued a resolution stipulates the reopen of al-Salhiya crossing which connects regime forces’-controlled areas to the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas starting on Saturday the 21st of September 2019, where the Civil Council allocated the exit and entry only for humanitarian and social cases.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 13th of September 2019, that the Syria Democratic Forces closed al-Salhiya crossing north of Deir Ezzor city, which connects regime forces’-controlled areas to the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas, after the spread of a video showing members of the regime forces and al-Baqir militia threatening to storm the western countryside of Deir Ezzor, where the Syrian Observatory published yesterday Thursday that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained a copy of a video of a leader of the regime forces, in front of some of his members in Hussainiyah village in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor, saying that the tribes within the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas have betrayed the homeland, and that the Kurds occupy areas of the Syrian north and the tribes must join the regime forces to liberate the entire areas controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces in northeast of Syria, and in the video of which the Syrian Observatory obtained a copy of, he says that the sheikhs of al-Bakkara clan and all other clans to be hand to hand with the Syrian leadership, and that they will liberate all the Syrian land including northeast of Syria, he also asked the clans to take protection in a “Kurdish – American – Israeli leadership” he also said that we do not allow the Kurdish to occupy, neither for the American or the Israeli Zionist.”

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