Syrian popular resistance units are escalating their attacks against the US-sponsored Kurdish separatist SDF terrorist group in the northern region, their latest operation included targeting two of the separatists’ posts in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside.
Local sources confirmed the targeting of the Kurdish SDF terrorists in the town of Theban where the terrorists occupy the town’s post office, the targeting of this post by the Syrian popular resistance units was carried out with RPG and machine guns. In the not far city of Al Shahil (Al Shheel) in the same eastern Deir Ezzor countryside, another unit of the Syrian popular resistance targeted with similar weapons the Kurdish SDF terrorists post adjacent to the city’s main park.
The two attacks resulted in several injuries among the Kurdish SDF terrorists and material damage to their posts, the local sources reported.
One more Kurdish SDF terrorist was eliminated in an attack the day earlier by a popular resistance unit in the Al Jalamdah village in the western Deir Ezzor countryside, the assault was carried out by machine guns against the terrorist when he was on the way between the Al Jalamdah village and the nearby Al Jeeah village.
Dozens of the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF terrorists were killed and many more injured in attacks during the past few weeks as the Syrians in the northern region are getting fed up with the oppression, kidnapping, and destruction of their properties by these Kurdish terrorists, most of their commanders hail from the Qandil mountains in nearby Iraq and are not Syrians.
The Kurdish SDF terrorists want to Israelize as much Syrian land before their US sponsors complete their withdrawal from Syria, that is to uproot the landowners and replace them with imported Kurds from nearby countries. They’ve chosen the most fertile Syrian land in the northern provinces of Deir Ezzor, Raqqa, Hasakah, and Aleppo countryside, which also happens to be Syria’s food basket, the regions where Syria’s main oil fields are located, and the Euphrates and Tigris rivers with their branches flow through.