Al-Hasakah | Tribes’ elders and dignitaries in Tel Barrak confirm their support to security forces against “spoilers”
Al-Hasakah province: SOHR sources have reported that the tribes’ elders and dignitaries in Tel Barrak town in al-Hasakah countryside have issued a statement in the tribes affairs headquarters in al-Hasakah city regarding the recent developments in Tel Barrak town.
The tribes have emphasized on their cohesion against acts of sabotage and all spoilers who attempted to stir up strives, stating that the “enemies” have sought for take over the region’s resources through inciting sectarian strife and creating security chaos, and that their latest attempt was the attack on the Internal Security Forces “Asayish” in Tel Barrak town.
The dignitaries said “these forces -Asayish Forces- comprise our sons and daughters, and we, the dignitaries and elders of the region’s tribes, confirm that we support the security forces that have defended the region against terrorism and achieved security and stability.”
The tribes dignitaries also vowed to work together, so that peace would prevail and the people would regain freedom and dignity.
On October 9, SOHR activists reported that the Internal Security Forces “Asayish” continued holding four people arrested earlier in order to be tried for “setting fire to Asayish checkpoint in the vicinity of Tel Barrak in al-Hasakah countryside”.
Meanwhile, Asayish Forces released the 13 persons others who were arrested a few hours earlier over the state of tension Tel Barrak countryside, where civilians attacked and set fire to Asayish checkpoints on the road between al-Qamishli and Tel Barrak, after exchange of fire between Asayish Forces and regime forces.
SOHR sources had reported that a meeting was held between dignitaries of “al-Bokhattab” tribe and commanders of Syria Democratic Forces in the headquarters of the Internal Security Forces “Asayish” in Tel Barrak area in al-Hasakah countryside. The meeting came in light of the rising tension in the region following attacks on Asayish checkpoints on the road between al-Qamishli and Tel Barrak by several civilians who set fire to these checkpoints, after exchange of fire between Asayish Forces and regime forces in Tel Barrak, which left nine civilians injured.
SOHR sources had reported growing tension between pro-regime individuals and patrols of the Internal Security Forces “Asayish” over the stealing of electrical power transformers in Tel Barrak countryside in al-Hasakah countryside. According to SOHR sources, a state of disorder took place in the town leading people to scrambling pushing each others, which spurred Asayish forces to open fire, injuring nine civilians, some seriously.