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2018年05月10日

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FARSNEWS2018/5/6
Kurdish Militias in Fear for Arab Gunmen's Growing Presence in Eastern Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US-backed Kurdish militias are feeling deeply concerned after growing deployment by mostly Arab militant groups in Eastern Deir Ezzur province as tensions have intensified between the Kurds and other US-backed groups.

Local sources said that the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have arrested a number of Arab militants in Western Deir Ezzur accusing them of cooperation with the Syrian Army.

In the meantime, one of the tribal leaders pointed to the recent clashes between the SDF and the US-backed Arab Special Forces and said that the Kurds are fearful of the Arabs' presence in Eastern Syria.

He further said that the Arab tribes in the region do not intend to join the Kurdish militias in Deir Ezzur, adding that possibility that Arab tribes might join Arab militant groups has pushed the Kurds into a status of deep fear.

In a similar development on Saturday SDF and Special Forces affiliated to the Syrian al-Qad movement headed by Ahmad al-Jarba, both backed by the US, engaged in a tough battle in Eastern Deir Ezzur.

The SDF fighters, backed up by the US-led coalition air force, stormed the positions of the Special Forces of Ahmad al-Jarba in Abu Humam region on the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River.

Also, local sources said that the SDF's offensive against al-Jarba fighters was unprecedented, adding that the SDF had warned to leak al-Jabra militants' secret information to the coalition to be treated by the US-led forces as ISIL unless they hand over their weapons and surrender.

The sources further said that the SDF and al-Jarba fighters exchanged heavy fire that left a number of injuries on both sides.

The sources said that tensions are also high between the regional tribes and the SDF after the infighting between the SDF and al-Jarba fighters intensified in Eastern Deir Ezzur.

Al-Jarba militant had previously refused to join the SDF in the regions that are under the collation's control.

FARSNEWS2018/5/6
Northeastern Hasaka: US Sends More Arms, Ammunition to Kurds
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US dispatched more weapons and military equipment to the Kurdish militias in Hasaka province on Wednesday in spite of Washington's claims over withdrawal of forces from Syria.

The new convoy of US arms and ammunition entered Syria via Simalka passageway at the border with Iraq.

Also, field sources said that several US military trucks, carrying arms and equipment, arrived in Syria in the last two day, adding that a part of the convoy was sent to Southern Hasaka.

The Kurdish militias said last week that they would start large-scale operation against ISIL in Southeastern Hasaka and Eastern Deir Ezzur.

The Kurds later started the operation and managed to capture Eslah Hajin region near the town of Hajin in Southeastern Deir Ezzur in their anti-ISIL operation.

The Lebanese al-Manar TV network reported on Saturday that the US sent a new military convoy to the Kurdish militants' bases in Tal Beidar region between the towns of Qamishli and Tal Tamr in Northeastern Hasaka.

Al-Manar further said that the convoy, including ten trucks with a large volume of arms and ammunition entered the Kurdish base via Feesh Khabour passageway at Iraq-Syria border.

In the meantime, local sources said that the Kurdish fighters have continued forced equipment in Hasaka province, adding that the militias have detained a number of civilians Southwest of the town of Ra'as al-Ein in Northwestern Hasaka and train them in military camps mostly in the same region.

FARSNEWS2018/5/6
Kurdish Militias Planning to Set up New Military Base in Northeastern Syria
TEHRAN (FNA)- Kurdish militias embarked on expelling civilians from their region in Raqqa province on Wednesday to set up a new military base in the region.

The Kurds gave three days to civilians in Shalihat Ayed region in al-Tabaqa city in Western Raqqa to leave their residential units.

Local sources said that the Kurdish militias' move was aimed at setting up a military base for the American and French forces in a region which enjoys good geographical situation for such activity.

A media outlet reported earlier this month that the US and France dispatched new military convoys to the town of Manbij, North-East of Aleppo province as tensions go high in the region.

Orient news website reported that the American and French forces deployed near Sajour River Northwest of the town of Manbij in Northeastern Aleppo.

Also, other sources reported that the Kurdish militias were put on alert in the town of Manbij and started to set up more checkpoints in and outside the town.

In the meantime, local sources in the town of al-Bab reported that the US and French forces deployed in a region between the Kurdish positions and the regions held by the Turkey-led Euphrates Shield forces.
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