Protests continue against SDF, US forces in northeastern Syria
Protests expand against the SDF group and the US occupation in northeastern Syria.
Protests expand against the US-backed so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the countryside of Deir Ezzor, demanding their expulsion.
The official Syrian news agency, SANA, quoted sources as saying that the demonstrations that have been continuing for a week in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor spread to the southern countryside of Al-Hasakah, where the people of the village of Al-Atala, south of Al-Hasakah, demanded the expulsion of the SDF militia and US occupation forces, who have persisted in criminal practices in their areas.
The same sources indicated that the people of Al-Atala blocked the road linking Al-Hasakah and Al-Shaddadi, also the Al-Hasakah-Deir Ezzor highway, with burning tires amid popular anger against the SDF practices that implement the US agenda, according to the source.
Residents in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor continued their protests against the SDF for a week. They renewed their demands to expel the militia, hold its leaders accountable for committing crimes, and for plundering national wealth, which they deliver to the US.
Two days ago, protests erupted against the US-backed so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the countryside of Deir Ezzor, denouncing what they reported to be the crime of kidnapping two girls who took refuge with the head of the Bakara tribe, the girls were then raped and killed, and their bodies dumped in a village in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor.
The people accused the brother of the commander of the "Deir Ezzor Military Council" belonging to the Kurdish militants, Ahmed al-Khabil (Abu Khawla), of committing the crime and trying to hide its evidence.