No Education under US-backed SDF rule
US-backed SDF continues in its deliberate campaign to disrupt the education of students in the governorates Al-Hasakah.
SDF armed groups forcibly prevent 2,500 students at the Agriculture Faculty Al-Hasakah city's al-Kallasa area from taking their tests.
The official Syrian news agency SANA reported Sunday that the US-backed SDF armed groups has maintained its violations against the residents, forcibly preventing 2,500 students at the Agriculture Faculty Al-Hasakah city's al-Kallasa area from taking their tests.
On his account, the Director of al-Furat University branch in Al-Hasakah, Dr. Jamal al-Abdullah, told SANA the SDF armed groups prevented 2500 university students, not to mention the teaching and administrative staff, from entering the faculty.
"Despite all the difficulties," Al-Abdullah said, "The university branch resumed exams in colleges and institutes today after securing facilities for students of the Faculties of Civil Engineering and Economics, which had been destroyed by shelling from the US occupation carried out under the pretext of pursuing fugitives from the Industrial Secondary School Prison."
He also highlighted "the gravity of violations and acts of destruction that have harmed university buildings and jeopardized the future of thousands of students in the Governorate of Al-Hasakah."
During the past few years, the SDF armed groups have deliberately targeted the education infrastructure in the Al-Hasakah governorate, converting some universities and schools into prisons and military bases, not to mention imposing their own curriculum in the Kurdish language which is aimed at serving a separatist agenda.