At least 2 members of the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist armed group were killed and several others injured in two attacks in the countryside of the northern Syrian provinces of Raqqa and Deir Ezzor.
Two of the separatists were killed in the village of Msheirfah near Ain Issa in the northern Raqqa countryside in an attack against one of their checkpoints with machineguns by an unarmed group.
The strategic city of Ain Issa in the northern countryside of Raqqa is under constant attacks by Al Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated terrorist groups operating under the command of the Turkish madman Erdogan.
Recent escalation by the Turkish army and its affiliated terrorist groups in the past couple of days trying to take over the city and control the M4 artery connecting northeast of Syria with its northwest. The US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatists refused to withdraw from the city and re-establish the Syrian state presence there to cut the road for the Turkish aggression and instead they are on the verge of handing over the city to the Turks like what they did in Afrin and other cities in the northwest of the country.
Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria, the Russian military command in the country tried to reach a deal with the Kurds to let the Syrian Army takeover the city instead of the Turks and spare bloodshed between the SAA and the SDF, the Kurds initially agreed but never signed the agreement and turned to their US patrons for support, and this usually ends in a Kurdish loss and suffering by the Syrian people under their occupation.
Both Turkish and Kurdish forces are foreign occupation, the Kurdish population with Syrian citizenship reject the rule of the SDF as much as they reject the Turkish invasion.
In another attack against the separatist Kurds, one of the SDF military vehicles was targeted with an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) in the vicinity of Al Shheel town in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside. The explosion caused multiple injuries among the SDF armed men.
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