DeirEzzor24 sheds light on the senior commander of the Qaterji militias in Deir Ezzor

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DeirEzzor24 exxclusive report:

A private source revealed to DeirEzzor24 network information about one of the local Qaterji militia commanders in Deir Ezzor.

According to the source, the commander is called “Ahmed al-Abdullah al-Hussein”, nicknamed “Abu Ra’a”, and he is the commanders of the largest al-Qatirji group, which includes about 300 members, who rotate to work at a rate of 150 members every half month.

The points of the “Abu Rawa’a” group are concentrated in the Al-Taym field, points east of the Euphrates, and in the villages of Al-Hussainiya and Murat Al-Mawqa.

“Abu Rawa’a” comes from the Baggara tribe/Al-Kulaizat clan and lives in Hatla Al-Sharqiah. The leader supervises the organization of the guards, sorting the elements, arming the points, distributing food baskets and leading the patrols in the vicinity of Al-Taym field.

He recently survived the explosion of a landmine south of Al-Taym field near the Panorama at the southern entrance to the city of Deir Ezzor, along with 4 of its members, while the elements were seriously injured, ranging from loss of limbs and coma, and they are from the towns of Marat and Al-Tabiya and from Al-Hasakah province.

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