Al-Shuaitat clan: We will not allow Turkish occupation to repeat its massacres against our people

The Arab al-Shuaitat clan in Deir-ez-Zor countryside confirmed their rejection of the Turkish occupation of northern and eastern Syria, and said that they would continue to stand with the SDF in confronting the attacks of the occupation and its mercenaries of ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra, and would not allow Turkey to repeat the tragedies and ISIS massacres again against them.

This came during speeches by sheiks and notables of al-Shuaitat clan under the sit-in tent they set up in the town of Abu Hamam in Deir-ez-Zor countryside, to condemn the attacks and the invasion of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries on northern and eastern Syria.

The sit-in began with holding a minute of silence, and the head of the Future Syria Party from the people of al-Shuaitat clan, Anas Ali al-Rahim, welcomed with the attendees. He stressed that this sit-in and the participation of the residents in it are evidence of belonging to the homeland and that defending it is a national duty of every individual.

Al-Rahim continued added: "We say no and then no to the egregious of the     Turkish occupation against our country Syria, and we warn Erdogan and his party of aggressive policies they follow against our homeland Syria."

Al-Rahim stressed that they, we are the peoples of northern and eastern Syria in general and the children of al-Shuaitat clan in particular, will never be satisfied with the Turkish occupation. "We will circumvent and stand with our SDF fighters to repel these attacks until the liberation of our entire territory from occupiers and mercenaries."

Al-Rahim explained: "We will not allow Turkey to repeat the massacres of ISIS against our parents and our people again, and will not abandon the unity of Syria, land and people."

At the end of his speech, Rahim paid tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the sake of the land, the honor and the defense of the homeland.

It is worth mentioning that the people flock to the sit-in tent in vast participation to condemn the Turkish aggression.




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