Civilians in Deir Ezzur Hold Protest Rallies against US-Backed Terrorist SDF

People in two regions of Deir Ezzur staged protest rallies against the US-led Syrian Democratic Forces as tensions have increased between the SDF and civilians in occupied lands in Syria.

Local sources in Western Deir Ezzur reported on Thursday that residents of the two villages of al-Jai’eh and al-Hessan in Western Deir Ezzur held the rallies to protest at the SDF for killing a young civilian from al-Jai’eh with bullet fire.

According to the report, the Arab forces affiliated to the SDF have also supported the rallies in the two regions.

Meantime, a number of SDF forces were killed after a bomb was detonated in their vehicle near al-Azraq oil field in Southeastern Deir Ezzur.

In a relevant development on Wednesday, two SDF gunmen were killed in a fresh round of fighting with civilians in Northern Deir Ezzur.

The SDF fought with residents of the small town of Abu al-Nital East of Deir Ezzur city that left two SDF gunmen dead and a civilian injured.

The clashes came after the SDF attacked a group of civilians that were protesting against the SDF’s arrest operation near the town’s pharmacy.

Field sources, meantime, said that the SDF retreated from the scene but later dispatched more militants and equipment to the town, managing to lay siege on the town and arresting a number of people.

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