Bedouin Guerrillas

While the French have been taking part in a free-for-all fight in the Riff, (TIME, May 11, et seq.)

French detachments in Syria have been sorely harried. Reports have been fragmentary and contradictory, agreeing only in presenting a story of native unrest and guerrilla warfare. Some 1,500 Bedouins were reported to have assaulted Damascus, been repulsed by French cavalry, to have prepared for another onslaught, to have captured an outpost. The French fort of Sueida with a garrison of 200 was besieged by the Druse tribe ....

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