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US-sponsored Kurdish SDF Terrorists Kill 2 Syrians in Eastern Deir Ezzor

US sponsored kurdish sdf terrorists with US army helicopters in northern Syria

The US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist terrorists continue their crimes against the Syrian people in the northern region, their latest was storming a town in Deir Ezzor’s eastern countryside and killing two Syrians there.

The SDF terrorists with the help of their US sponsors stormed a number of houses in the town of Al Jirthi in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside earlier today, the terrorists opened fire against the civilians killing two young men while the Biden forces were providing the helicopters for the airlift and monitoring of the site.

This war crime comes after another group of the armed Kurdish SDF terrorists with the help of Biden forces helicopters stormed a house in the village of Al Hejjnah in the northeastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, the terrorists kidnapped the owner and destroyed the house before leaving.

Kurdish SDF terrorists whose commanders mainly hail from the Iraqi northern Qandil mountains and work with the US occupation forces are working to Israelize as much land as they can with many resources before the US withdraws from the region, that is to uproot the people by all means and replace them with imported Kurds from neighboring countries.

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  1. Roy A Booher

    Us Americans also live in constant fear of those black helicopters, dropping off government allied terrorists to kill our mothers and tiny little babies that our sweethearts gave birth too.
    So, I don’t know why our government doesn’t sacrifice more tiny babies to our, apparently, angry God to appease him. Really sad that the people don’t seem capable of finding any other use of their minds, other than to find new and easier ways to kill one another.


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