Deir Ez-Zoor tribes make conditions to stop protests against SDF
Orient Net 2019-05-01 07:32:00
Tribal elders in Deir Ez-Zoor presented a list of conditions to stop their sons' protests against the PKK-affiliated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Orient News learnt from local sources.
Releasing the detainees at SDF centres, ending night raids, giving locals a role to run their areas and dealing Deir Ez-Zoor people as Syrians in Raqqa and Hasaka under SDF control are treated were the main demands in the list.
The tribal elders also reiterated the urgent need to end dealing with the Assad regime and close the crossings through which oil tankers travel to the Assad regime areas.
The tribal elders also called on the SDF to develop local living conditions, and build health care centres and schools.
It is worth reminding that the PKK-affiliated YPG threatened to displace the Deir ez-Zoor sons from Raqqa if they didn't bring guarantors, proving their clearance from ISIS affiliation.
US-backed SDF announced on March 23 that they took control over the village of Baghouz, the last area held by ISIS.