US-Backed SDF Engage in Heavy Clashes with Civilians in Raqqa
Heavy clashes are reported between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and civilians in the city of Raqqa again.
Media sources in Raqqa said that the SDF forces fired at the residents of the district of al-Mashlab in Raqqa city, and wounded several people.
Meantime, local sources disclosed that an SDF patrol was targeted by unknown assailants near Monir Habib school in Ramibeh district, killing one SDF fighter, who was also a former ISIL member, and injuring another one.
In a relevant development last month, civilians in the Southeastern Deir Ezzur raided the positions of the US-backed SDF, destroying their checkpoints.
The SDF opened fire at the people in the village of al-Sajar in Southeastern Deir Ezzur, injuring seven villagers.
The villagers, later, set fire at the SDF-run al-Sijan oilfield near al-Sajar, destroying the terrorists’ checkpoints.
In the meantime, a field source pointed to intensified tensions in the SDF-held regions in Deir Ezzur, adding that two SDF militias were killed in a bomb blast near al-Tanak oilfield in Southeastern Deir Ezzur.