Journalists in northeast Syria indicated that Turkey's goal of bringing loyal journalists to Afrin aims to cover up its crimes in front of world public opinion.
After three years of Afrin occupation, the Turkish authorities are trying to show the world their "achievements" and how they persuaded some international newspapers to enter the region with their soldiers and narrate their version of the events.
The Autonomous Administration breathed life into languages that were classified on the list of endangered languages, and while many languages are facing the threat of extinction, the regions of north and east Syria witnessed a remarkable activity in this regard, and every national component was able to receive education in its mother tongue in the curricula of the Autonomous Administration.
The ongoing moves of the Turkish state in Syria, Iraq and the region in general are pushing to make sure that this state and its leaders are serious about returning the region to the Ottoman era by implementing the so-called Millî Pact through the "new Ottomans". What is this pact, and how did the Justice and Development Party "exploit" the conditions of the region to begin implementing it?
The Syrian government forces used the so-called "National Defense Militia" as a front to cover up the crimes they committed against the Syrian people. The name of this militia was associated with massacres and looting operations. What is it, how was it formed, and how does the Damascus government use it?
Despite lack of the services for 9 years and destroyed infrastructure in the countryside of Deir Ezzor as a result of the battles, the liberated countryside of Deir Ezzor began to rise again in terms of service, and the Municipalities Authority has submitted a plan for improving the reality of the region as a whole this year.
Some regional and international powers targets security and stability in Deir Ezzor regions; they use ISIS cells as a cover for their attacks on tribal elders and sheikhs, while the concerned authorities seek to limit the activities of these cells.
Deir Ezzor suffered from a black era after ISIS took control of it and committed massacres against its people, especially from al-Shaitat clan, but the sun of freedom shone in the sky of its eastern and western countryside after the Syrian Democratic Forces liberated it from ISIS.
The Damascus government has followed systematic policies against the people of Deir ez-Zor since the rise of the Baath Party to power in 1963, and it played heavily on the tribal chord, and pushed its people to go to Iraq after the US invasion, and later used them to attack the Kurds in 2004, and with the beginning of the revolution created the ground for the spread of terrorist organizations in Syria.
Deir Ezzor was marginalized by the Ba'ath government, and as soon as people moved for freedom, Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIS imposed a black era that lasted 4 years, but the sun of freedom shone in Deir Ezzor after it was liberated by the Syrian Democratic Forces. Now, its Council in cooperation with its clans do their best for building it.
The clans' dignitaries of Deir Ezzor affirmed that the duty of self-defense is a right for everyone, as it is a necessity to defend the region in light of all the attempts to target security and stability they witness, welcoming the decision of the Defense Office on the assignment of Deir Ezzor people of the Self-Defense Duty.