The Arab newspapers published on Tuesday morning on the field situation in Syria and the effects left behind Daesh mercenaries, as well as the regional interventions in the Arab region.
Al-Watan: "Al-Nusra" avenges its defeats in Hama by committing a massacre in Wadhihi in Aleppo
On the Syrian issue, al-Watan newspaper touched upon the field situation and said, "In retaliation for its successive defeats in the northern and north-western countryside of Hama and the southern countryside of Idlib, Jabhet al-Nusra and the terrorist organizations poured their fury on the safe civilians in the town of al-Wadhihi in the southern suburbs of Aleppo using missile, which led to leaving 13 martyrs and wounding 15 others in the worst massacre."
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: Mass graves in al-Raqqa reveal the difficulty of recovery after the war
Al-Sharq al-Awsat touched upon the effects left behind Daesh mercenaries in al-Raqqa and said, "In an agricultural land surrounded by pine trees on the outskirts of al-Raqqa city, the Initial Response Team of the Civil Council of al-Raqqa found a new mass grave in the village of al-Fakhikha, containing up to 3,500 bodies, believed to be unidentified and the largest and oldest, which remained witness to the legacy of Daesh terrorist Organization after ruling the region for nearly three and a half consecutive years between January 2014 and October 2017."
The newspaper added, "Since the beginning of January 2018, the team has been working and searching for mass graves in al-Raqqa city and its suburbs. The team consists of digging workers, a lawyer, two forensic doctors, a documentation and statistics office and a public information office. Of nine mass graves, the team has lifted 4,550 bodies, 900 bodies have been known and delivered to their families. Moreover, there are four mass graves, which the team will work on during the second half of the current year, and the remaining graves are al-Sahl, Maizila, al-Mansoura and al-Hamrat Cemeteries, which are awaiting disclosure and likely to be included the people field executions have been committed against them."
Al-Hayat: Al-Salami: The blatant interference of regional states in Arab affairs is unprecedented
On the regional interventions in the Arab affairs, al-Hayat newspaper said, "The Arab Parliament Head Dr. Mishal al-Salami and the Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit warned of the growing "blatant interferences" of regional states into the Arab internal affairs, describing that as unprecedented."
On Monday, a seminar titled "Towards Establishing a Unified Arab Strategy for Dealing with Neighboring Countries" was organized by the Arab Parliament, and was held at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Arab League in Cairo.
In his opening speech, al-Salami warned of the seriousness of the challenges facing the Arab nation and the serious developments in the region that called for a unified Arab strategy to counter the colonial ambitions and hostile acts of regional states.
For his part, the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States Ahmed Aboul Gheit said in his speech that the basis of the problem in the relationship between the Arab countries on the one hand and Iran and Turkey was that both countries carried a political project to apply outside the borders of their countries, specifically in the Arab region.