US-Backed Terrorists in Fear for Unknown Attackers’ Operations in Eastern Syria
Two SDF militias were killed and several more were wounded after unknown attackers stormed a patrolling unit near the town of Sweidan in Jazeerah region.
In the meantime, a number of SDF gunmen were injured after a bomb went off in front of a base of the US-backed militias in the small town of Granij in Southeastern Deir Ezzur.
The SDF, following the attacks, cut off a road connecting Sweidan to other region and kept its gunmen on alert after declaring curfew in the region.
The SDF also started to crackdown on tens of houses, arresting people in the villages of Bakarah and Jadid Akaydat in Southeastern Deir Ezzur.
In a similar development but in Raqqa province in Northeastern Syria on Sunday, the Washington-backed SDF started using children from 7 to 14 years of age for stealing assets of civilians from houses in Raqqa.
A local source said that a number of children that had been arrested while stealing peoples’ properties and possessions disclosed that the SDF militias forced them to join the US-backed group at a base near Bimo Bank and forced them to participate in looting people’s houses in Raqqa.