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Kurdish SDF Separatist Militiaman Killed in Al Shaddadi, Northeast of Syria

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A member of the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist militia was killed today, 18 November 2020, in the city of Shaddadi, in the southern countryside of Hasakah province, in the northeast of Syria.

The militiaman was shot dead by unknown armed men who fired with machineguns at a vehicle carrying a number of the Kurdish SDF militiamen in the city, other militiamen were killed in the shooting, local sources confirmed.

Nobody claimed responsibility for the attack, it will be very difficult to identify the assailants since the SDF and other Kurdish militias have committed enough atrocities against the Syrian people in areas they control under the US military’s protection, in addition to some feud between Al Qaeda affiliated terrorists working for the Turkish madman Erdogan and the Kurdish militias in the lower ranks of both.

The Kurdish militias were creative in oppressing the Syrian people resorting to series of crimes that included kidnapping men and women, some of whom would be brainwashed in concentration training camps to be used later as soldiers for the militias, they’ve assassinated a number of the tribal elders in the region, they also burned wheat farm fields just when the crops were ready to harvest, and also work for the US oil thieves in stealing Syrian oil through Iraq.

NATO uses the Kurdish separatists, willingly or unknowingly, as luring baits to justify its incursion into Syrian territories using the Turkish army, NATO’s second-largest army.

The Kurdish separatists want to Israelize as much land as they can while the US military is still in the region, in the process, they have displaced hundreds of Syrian families from their homes and stole their properties.

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