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Al Ghad movement takes villages from SDF in Hasaka

Ahmed Jarba

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Elite Forces, the armed wing of the al-Ghad movement, said on Monday it had controlled four villages in Hasaka and Deir ez-Zor provinces.

The footage released by al-Ghad show the villages controlled and they are Badiyet Abu Khashab, Malehet al-Zaru, Raj’aan, and Um Madfa’. The last two villages were previously under control of Syria Democratic Forces (SDF). PYD had shown footage from the two villages.

A source from al-Shumar Tribe told Zaman al-Wasl that Ahmad al-Jarba, head of al-Ghad Movement, sent vehicles and equipment to fighters from al-Sha’ytat Tribe late Tuesday. 12 cars were sent to Zaid al-Jarba in Tall Ghazal village in the countryside of Hasaka coming from Kurdistan Region in Iraq.

Zaman al-Wasl spoke with the media officer of the movement, Bahiya Mardini but no there were no explanations about any possible coordination with PYD and the entrance of vehicles to Abu Khashab region north of Deir ez-Zor which requires passing 100 kilometers of the Turkish borders and 200 kilometers from the northern Iraqi borders. All these roads are under control of PYD.

Al-Ghad political Movement released footage included fighters and a spokesperson for the movement. The spokesperson said, “with the help of God, we liberated villages by the rebel elite Syrian forces which we announce today. We know the only solution for Syria is by Syrians and with rebels on the ground.”

He added that the elite Syrian forces affiliated with al-Ghad political movement which was launched from Cairo in Egypt will show the extension of the movement and work.

Ahmad al-Jarba was the former president of the Syrian Coalition and currently the head of the new al-Ghad movement. Al-Jarba said the new movement is a democratic pluralistic movement allied with Kurdish president Masud Barzani. Al-Jarba stressed that the movement demand federal Syria and the movement will fight terrorism and its regional sponsors.

(Translation by Rana Abdul)

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