Sheikh Humaydi Daham al Hadi, head of the Shammar tribe in Syria and Iraq, is one of the Arab leaders whose militias are supposed to be among the recipients of U.S. military resupply. His palatial compound, in the middle of a wheat field in north eastern Syria, features an enormous reception room.
Sheikh Humaydi Daham al Hadi, head of the Shammar tribe in Syria and Iraq, is one of the Arab leaders whose militias are supposed to be among the recipients of U.S. military resupply. His palatial compound, in the middle of a wheat field in north eastern Syria, features an enormous reception room. Roy Gutman McClatchy
Sheikh Humaydi Daham al Hadi, head of the Shammar tribe in Syria and Iraq, is one of the Arab leaders whose militias are supposed to be among the recipients of U.S. military resupply. His palatial compound, in the middle of a wheat field in north eastern Syria, features an enormous reception room. Roy Gutman McClatchy

New allies in northern Syria don’t seem to share U.S. goals

October 27, 2015 3:45 PM