A tapestry of economic motivations stands behind the unprecedented confrontations between the tribes and the SDF, factors that have previously acted as catalysts for numerous protests in the eastern countryside of Deir al-Zour and other regions east of the Euphrates.
Bashar al-Assad Issues Decree to Abolish Military Field Courts! But Wait, Is It All Just Smoke and Mirrors? Despite the dramatic announcement of Legislative Decree No. 32 for 2023, key powers remain concentrated in the hands of the military judiciary and the Minister of Defense.
Recently, Hurras Al-din organization (an Al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria) released a statement entitled 'We Are the Avengers of Blood.' In it, the group directed a myriad of messages to various parties including the popular base, HTS, and the factions operating in Idlib.
Over the last two months, areas in Northern Aleppo under Syrian opposition control have embarked on an intensified anti-drug campaign, focusing on trafficking and production networks. This initiative stands out as the most expansive compared to its predecessors, marked by several armed clashes with sought-after individuals.
The Arab Liaison Committee on Syria convened its maiden session in Cairo, advancing fresh proposals anchored in the Amman declaration's framework. Yet, there's a prevailing sentiment that the regime might revert to its familiar strategy of 'immersing in minutiae' in its interactions with the committee.
Decentralized technology is a new term used by the Syrian regime's leader during his visit to a small power station under construction in the city of Baniyas.
ISIS delayed acknowledging the death of its leader for four months, but eventually announced the appointment of a new leader and spokesperson. They conveyed multiple messages.
Syrian regime's president, issued administrative order, ending retention,call for non-commissioned officers,reservists retained&enrolled, who served actual reserve service for 6.5 years or more
The conflict between monetary policies and fiscal policies has played a role in the deterioration of the Syrian pound's exchange rate, in addition to the Syrian regime’s Central Bank unwillingness to control its rate. The goal of these policies is to suck foreign currency.