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Kurdish SDF Armed Groups Kidnap a Number of Teachers in Shaddadi

US-sponsored Kurdish SDF armed groups: Deir Ezzor, Hasakah, Raqqa, Aleppo

Members of the outlaw US-sponsored Kurdish separatist SDF armed groups kidnapped teachers in the city of Ash-Shaddadi, in the southern countryside of Hasakah yesterday morning.

The SDF armed members set up checkpoints inside the city of Ash-Shadddi and stormed its neighborhoods where they kidnapped dozens of teachers and took them to its concentration camps to recruit them within its armed groups, local sources reported.

Observers have emphasized that kidnapping teachers by the US proxy group that seeks to Israelize large parts of northern Syria under the protection of the US illegal forces positioned in the region is meant to deprive the children of the areas under their occupation from education and later breed new terrorist and children soldiers.

Earlier, armed members of the Kurdish separatist armed group raided the village of Al-Tarqiyah to the south of Hasakah city and kidnapped one of the villagers, his fate is not known afterward.

On Tuesday, more than 20 civilians were randomly picked up by herds of the Kurdish SDF separatists in the village of Al-Secher, 15 kilometers northwest of Al Omar oil field, in eastern Deir Ezzor province, and were taken to unknown locations.

The tensions are rising very fast in the northern regions of Syria where the Kurdish separatist operate including tensions among the Kurdish families against the practices of the commanders of the SDF armed groups, these commanders came from the Qandil Mountains in northern Iraqi and are not related to the Syrian Kurds who were living their lives peacefully before the beginning of the US-led war of terror against Syria. The Kurdish families fear the consequences of these criminal acts attributed to the Kurds after the US drops its support to the armed SDF groups, especially that the SDF commanders are claiming they represent the Syrian Kurds and are seeking to establish a delusional state called ‘Rojava’ on stolen Syrian land.

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