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US attempts to incite Syria’s Arab tribes against Turkish Army

American and European representatives have met with several prominent names in Turkey’s Şanlıurfa, Kilis and Gaziantep and got in touch with tribal leaders inside Syria

Editor/Internet Yeni Şafak

The U.S. is attempting to incite Syria’s Arab tribes in Euphrates Shield areas against the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) in a bid to create an anti-Turkey bloc through efforts by American and European representatives who are in contact tribal leaders in the region.

The bloc is being established through an EU project based in the Hama city of Sawran, which was cleared of Daesh by the Turkish Army, and carried out under the pretext of establishing ‘dialogue between tribes and local formations.’

Monitoring tribal leaders closely

Western organizations are closely monitoring tribal leaders in the regions cleared of Daesh and Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists by the TAF and Free Syrian Army partnership, under the cover of building infrastructure in the area.

American and European representatives have met with several prominent names in Turkey’s Şanlıurfa, Kilis and Gaziantep and got in touch with tribal leaders inside Syria through intermediaries.

Based in the Hama town of Sawran and led by the U.S., efforts are underway to incite the largest tribes across Syria, such as the Baggara, Joumeili, Baddoush, Ageydat and Jeiss, who have millions among their members.

Euphrates Shield targeted

U.S. effort to incite the tribes are supported by former opposition coalition leader Ahmad Jarba through operations carried out in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

The U.S.-sponsored project aims to portray Turkey as an ‘occupying force’ to tribal leaders through agents in areas outside of Sawran, such as Kafra and Dabiq, where operations are being actively carried out.

The three regions targeted by the U.S. project are unique in that they all host a Turkish military base.

The U.S. has promised tribal leaders to supply them with weapons to ‘rescue their regions from the TAF’ in return for reaching out to sufficient numbers of their followers.

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