US occupation forces and the SDF carry out air strikes, kidnappings of civilians and destroy the homes of the rural areas of Deir Ezzor and Hasaka
Deir Ezzor, Al-Hasakah-Sana Local sources reported that patrols belong to militias
Deir Ezzor - Hasaka - Sana
According to private sources, patrols belonging to the SDF militias backed by the International Coalition raided the town of Abu Hardoub in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor and kidnapped a number of civilians before destroying 4 houses in the town in the context of daily repressive practices of this separatist militia with the direct support of US occupation forces against civilians in areas of deployment on the Syrian island.
The sources pointed out that the US occupation helicopters carried out their part during the past hours an airdrop in the village of al-Ezba in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor and kidnapped a number of residents of the village.
In the southern countryside of al-Hasakah, local sources indicated that the US occupation helicopters carried out an aerial landing by the lake of Al-Bassel dam towards the east, reaching Wadi Al-Raml and another in Al-Haddaja village amid fear and panic among the residents as a result of heavy shooting and attempting to terrorize civilians and force them to leave their jobs and evacuate their areas of presence and oblige them to stay. In their homes, the landing resulted in the death of two people who were not identified by the local population because of the difficulty of access to them.
The SDF militia and the occupying US forces use false pretexts to justify air strikes and raids in the province's countryside, such as searching for sleeper cells from the Islamic State terrorist organization and others to ensure their continued aggression on the region and prolong the crisis in Syria.
In the village of forty-seven south of al-Hasakah, local sources confirmed that demonstrations were organized by residents to protest against the practices of the militia "SDF" after the latter to remove the market selling livestock in the region under the pretext of proximity to one of the checkpoints of the militia, pointing out that the people cut off the road Kharafi link between the governorates of Hasaka and Deir Ezzor At the bridge of the village of Forty-seven and chanted slogans condemning the practices and attacks of the US-backed militia demanding the expulsion of its members from the region.
Yesterday, members of the SDF militia kidnapped Yasser al-Salem, a member of the technical committee for bodybuilding and athletics in the Hassakeh Sports Federation, and two teachers after storming their houses in the city of al-Hasakah as part of the daily attacks on civilians in the areas where they are deployed. Syrian island.
Follow the latest news through the Telegram app on smartphones via the link:
Follow our page on the social networking site VK at: