Saturday, May 12, 2018

Forced Recruitment by Kurds Reported again in Northeastern Syria

Forced Recruitment by Kurds Reported again
The Kurdish militia still continue forced recruitment in different regions in Hasaka and Raqqa provinces, local sources said on Saturday.

The sources in Northeastern Raqqa reported that the Kurdish fighters detained almost 75 young civilians in al-Tabaqa city under the forced-recruitment plan.

The sources said that the Kurdish militia plan to dispatch the young men to the battlefront, adding that fighting has been reported between people and the Kurds.

In the meantime, clashes have been reported between Arab tribes and Kurdish fighters after the latter moved to capture several young men from al-Wahab tribe.

Local sources in Hasaka also reported that the Kurdish militias have captured a number of civilians in the town of Ra'as al-Ein in Northwestern Hasaka under the the same forced recruitment plan.

Local sources in Manbij reported earlier this month that the executive council affiliated to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) implemented plans to forcefully recruit forces from the young people in the town and its suburbs.

Based on the plan, if the young people in the region refrain from joining the SDF on their own will, they will be forcefully recruited and will be fined.

Meantime, reports from Raqqa city also said that the Kurdish forces attacked the village of Zanar in Northern Raqqa to detain the defected members who had earlier been forcefully recruited.

Also, in Hasaka city, the SDF forces detained a number of civilians in al-Aziziyeh neighborhood.

Relevant reports from Northern Syria also said that the Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) had started blackmailing civilians and looting their assets in Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo amid reports on the Turkish Army's move in replacing locals in Afrin with Eastern Ghouta terrorists...

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