Clans' notables, sheikhs: There is no solution to the Syrian crisis except Syrian-Syrian dialogue

The notables and sheikhs of Manbij clans who participated in the Syrian Forum, stressed that the forum called for the unity of the Syrian land and the solution of the Syrian crisis through Syrian-Syrian dialogue.

More than 5,000 members of the Syrian clans and tribes participated in the Syrian Clans' Forum held in Ain Issa area on 3 May.

Adel Abdul Salam, one of the notables of Bou Sultan clan in the city of Manbij who attended the forum said that the forum was successful and called for "to resolve the Syrian crisis and stop shedding the blood of the Syrians."

The Syrian clans called for the unity of Syria and its people, its independence and not abandoning any part of its territory, and the right of the Syrian people to regain all the occupied territories (Afrin, Jarablus and al-Bab, Azaz and Golan) with legitimate means.

"The forum was a consultative dialogue to solve the Syrian crisis and unite all segments of the people in Syria and stand in the face of those who aspire to it," said Sheikh Mohammed Sadiq al-Usaidi, one of the notables of al-Osaidi tribe.

"We in Syria are one people, living with each other for thousands of years. We do not differentiate between religion, sect or ethnicity. We went to the forum on this basis.

At the end of their talk, dignitaries of Manbij clans called people to unite and resolve the Syrian crisis through Syrian-Syrian dialogue.


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