The Coalition pulls weapons provided to a brigade working in the Syrian Desert; the brigade accuses the Pentagon of being silence about the Iranian advancement and not treating the brigade as Syria Democratic Forces • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The Coalition pulls weapons provided to a brigade working in the Syrian Desert; the brigade accuses the Pentagon of being silence about the Iranian advancement and not treating the brigade as Syria Democratic Forces

Reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the International Coalition had pulled weapons supplied to Shuhada’a al-Qaryatayn Brigade working in the Syrian Desert , the brigade is working along with the forces of Ahmad al-Abdu and Jaysh Usud al-Sharqiyyah, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory from reliable sources: the International Coalition has pulled the weapons it provided to the brigade, which declared a few days ago that it “rejects the supporter because of the lack of support for the brigade to fight the regime,” which created tension between the leadership of the International Coalition and the brigade, then the brigade issued a final statement and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received a copy of it, in which Shuhada’a al-Qaryatayn Brigade stated that the leadership of the Coalition and the Brigade agreed to resolve their issues, provided that the brigade continue its military operations against the regime.

Trusted sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the statement was issued as an amendment to another statement, which was not published, where one of the Coalition-backed faction leaders had told the leadership of the coalition about its content, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received a copy of the statement, it said:

  1.  the Pentagon’s silence on the advancement of Iranian militias throughout Syria and the Syrian desert in particular, despite the frank talk of the US president Donald Trump about confronting  Iran in Syria.
  2. Not allowing us to repel the Iranian attack which is advancing on the road of Damascus – Baghdad.
  3. Preventing us from advancing and liberating our land from Daesh and remaining in Tanf Camp.
  4. The Pentagon’s insistence on transferring “Maghawir al-Thawra” to the Al-Hasaka province.
  5. The lack of support and the difficult conditions for the admission of new fighters compared to the way in which the “Syria Democratic forces” are treated, which are receiving heavy support and include large numbers of fighters periodically. “

It worth mentioning that the Syrian desert had witnessed violent clashes between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities against Shuhada’a al-Qaryatayn Brigade, Jaysh Usud al-Sharqiyyah and the forces of Ahmad al-Abdu over the last weeks and months, during which the regime forces were able to advance at the expense of the factions, where the regime forces -if they were able to advance in the remaining kilometers that still under the control of the factions- will be able to besiege the factions in the area extending from this advancement line to the west of it, until al-Asfar area and south of Seine airbase, the clashes were accompanied by intense shelling by the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them and bombing by warplanes believed to Russian on the clash areas. The working factions in al-Suwaidaa which is interconnected with the southeast of Rif Dimashq on Sunday informed the Syrian Observatory that they were not informed by either regional or international part about a ceasefire in the Syrian south.