More Popular Uprising against US-Backed Militia Reported in Eastern, Northeastern Syria
More popular uprisings against the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have been reported in Deir Ezzur and Raqqa provinces, local media activists reported on Sunday.
“Villagers in Kadiran in Western Raqqa printed anti-SDF graffiti on the walls and hoisted the Syrian government flags,” the sources said, adding that the SDF later arrested a number of villagers.
Residents of Mahimidiyeh village in Northwestern Deir Ezzur also made a similar move, they added.
“The SDF has also put its gunmen on alert in the village of Sweidan as tensions with the villagers intensified.”
The sources said that two SDF militias were killed and several more were wounded after unknown parties detonated a bomb in the Northern deserts of Deir Ezzur.
Local sources said on Wednesday that tens of residents of Al-Rahman Street in Raqqa city’s al-Ramileh district revolted against the SDF, while chanting slogans in support of the Syrian army.
They reiterated that the SDF’s security forces arrested several protesters after surrounding them.
Meantime, the SDF forces arrested at least 10 protesters on charges of encouraging protests against the Kurdish forces in Albadou district of Raqqa city.
An SDF forces was also shot down by unknown assailants in Raqqa city.