The latest incident of such abductions has taken place in the eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Local sources, requesting not to be named, told Syria’s official news agency SANA on Sunday that SDF militants, who enjoy Washington’s patronage, stormed houses in the al-Hajim neighborhood of the town of Diban. Several people were abducted.
Separately, the militants kidnapped three women at a roadblock east of the city of Raqqah.
US-backed SDF militants abduct 100s of Syrian civiliansThe militants have abducted civilians in the northeastern province of Hasakah.
Drinking water was also cut off to local residents in Ras al-Ayn city of the northeastern province of Hasakah. The SDF militants have dug tunnels across the city.
On September 15, Syria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, in identical letters sent to United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres and the rotating President of the UN Security Council Vasily Nebenzya, announced that SDF militants continue their terrorist and criminal measures against Syrians in Hasakah, Dayr al-Zawr, Raqqah and Aleppo.
The letters stated that the militants are backed by the United States and the US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri terrorists who provide them with military, logistic, financial and political support.
‘SDF actions in Syria in line with US vassal states’ schemes’The Syrian foreign ministry says SDF terrorist actions are in line with plots devised by Israel and implemented by US vassal states.
“That goes in line with schemes being carried out by some states subservient to the United States and being concocted by the authorities of the Zionist regime (of Israel) in utter disregard of Security Council resolutions, which underline the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria and unity of its people,” the letters read.
The Syrian ministry went on to say that not only do SDF militants take part in crimes being perpetrated by the US-led coalition against Syrian people, but they also kidnap, torture, murder and displace civilians.
US sends new convoy of weapons to SDF militantsThe United States has dispatched a convoy of dozens of trucks loaded with weapons and military equipment from northern Iraq to Syria to support SDF militants.
The US has long been providing the SDF with arms and militant training, calling them a key partner in the purported fight against Daesh. Many observers, however, see the support in the context of Washington’s plans to carve out a foothold in the Arab country.
That support has also angered Washington’s NATO ally, Turkey, which views militants from the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) – the backbone of the SDF – as a terrorist organization tied to the homegrown Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) that has been engaged in a destructive war inside Turkey for decades.