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Protests and blocking roads in Deir Ezzor countryside denouncing the SDF corruption

On Thursday, the people of "Shanan" village in the countryside of Deir Ezzor went out in massive demonstrations during which roads were cut off, in protest against the arbitrary practices of the "SDF" and the corruption of its "councils" with the resulting poor living conditions the people are suffering.

Protests and blocking roads in Deir Ezzor countryside denouncing the SDF corruption

On Thursday, the people of “Shanan” village in the countryside of Deir Ezzor went out in massive demonstrations during which roads were cut off, in protest against the arbitrary practices of the “SDF” and the corruption of its “councils” with the resulting poor living conditions the people are suffering.

SDC sources stated that the people of “Shanan” gathered in the early morning at the village square, blocking with burning tires all the roads leading to it.

The sources added that the protesters denounced the corruption of the so-called “local councils” of the “SDF”, and the poor economic conditions they are suffering as a result of its laws and the imposed royalties.

The protesters demanded an end to the arbitrary practices and repressive methods of the “SDF” militants against the people, by threatening those who refuse to submit to their invalid laws with death or arrest. The protesters also stressed the necessity of stopping the youngs’ arrests to the so-called “forced conscription.”

Almost daily protests broke out against SDF and the American presence in most of the areas under the control of the “SDF”, in light of the continuous targeting of the “SDF” patrols in these areas within the context of the popular resistance movement that appeared months ago, which openly declared its fight against the “SDF” and the American army until their departure from the Syrian territories.

Protests and blocking roads in Deir Ezzor countryside denouncing the SDF corruption

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