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US-Sponsored Kurdish SDF Separatists Besiege Syrian Cities in Hasakah

Kurdish SDF separatists besiege Syrian cities in Hasakah

US-sponsored Kurdish separatist armed groups known as the SDF assist Turkish Madman Erdogan in tightening the siege on one million Syrians in the northeastern province of Hasakah, Erdogan cuts the drinking water and the Kurds block the entry of water tanks to major cities in the province.

This is all orchestrated by the US regime, the real decision makers not the clowns shouting ‘democracy’ and ‘they hate us for our freedoms’ selected for the US citizens who think they’re the ones voting for their leaders.

The following report by Dima Nassif for the Lebanese news channel Al Mayadeen sheds more light on the ongoing war crimes against Syria by the USA and its Turkish, Kurdish, and ISIS proxies:

The video is also available on YouTube and BitChute.

Transcript of the English translation:

A double siege imposed by the SDF in the cities of Al-Hasakah and Qamishli, closing the entrances and exits to the neighborhoods controlled by the Syrian army, and preventing food supplies from reaching them.

The SDF’s pretext in this security escalation is the response to the siege imposed by the Syrian army on Tal Rifaat and the neighborhoods of Sheikh Maqsoud and Al-Ashrafiya neighborhoods in Aleppo, according to the SDF, which is completely denied by official sources.

Ghassan Khalil, Governor of Hasakah: For two days, flour has not entered the governorate, nor has the water tanks entered, in many cases, they are not allowing it to enter and even the Red Crescent tanks are blocked. Of course, there is a blockade and restrictions imposed on citizens in order to obtain gains in other regions, and it is an unjust siege.

However, there are no surprises in the blockade, which came in response to American demands to tighten the strongholds of the Syrian state in the two cities, within four other conditions on the eve of President Badin’s arrival to the White House, which includes permanently stopping oil supplies to the regions of the Syrian state and the completion of the Kurdish-Kurdish dialogue and easing tension with the Turkish side.

Moscow’s mission in northern Syria does not seem easy to play the role of mediator amid the intransigence of the Kurds and its repeated attempts to restrict or attack the strongholds of the Syrian state in the main cities in their areas of control.

And with the reciprocal Turkish pressure on the SDF, for which one million civilians pay the price of being cut off water for the eighteenth time since Ankara occupied the Alouk area a year and a half ago.

Between security and water, all parties heat up the field to the maximum, before knowing the price Washington wants from each of them.

The SDF apparently closes the door to any understanding with Damascus to satisfy the Americans and the new administration, which has narrowed the margin of time and political and field options on the eve of Biden’s arrival at the White House and before defining the direction of the new US policy in Syria.

Dima Nassif, Damascus – Al-Mayadeen

End of the transcript.

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