A new raids campaign by the SDF targeting the civilians of Al-Hasakah countryside.
On Monday, the “SDF” militants launched a raid campaign on several villages in the countryside of Al-Hasakah, during which a number of young men were arrested under the pretext of “forced conscription”.
In addition to the militants assaulting the women of one of the villages, while they were trying to resist the “SDF” elements and prevent them from entering their village.
Sources of the Syrian Documentation Center indicated that the attack on the women occurred during the raid by the “SDF” militants of the village of “Salmasa” in the Tal Tamr area in the countryside of Al-Hasakah.
Where the women tried to prevent the militants from entering the village and resist the arrest of its young men, which prompted some of the SDF militants to assault the women.
The sources explained that 3 women were bruised as a result of being beaten, while the SDF militants arrested 5 young men from Salmasa and took them to an unknown destination.
Saying that the reason for the arrest was evading what is called “compulsory recruitment”.
The sources added that the raids campaign also affected several villages in the Tal Tamer area, in which homes were subjected to deliberate acts of vandalism by the “SDF” militants without arresting any of them.
While the town of “Tal Hamis” in the northeastern countryside of Al-Hasakah also witnessed the arrest of more than 10 Young men at gun threat, who were taken to training camps in preparation for their joining the ranks of the “SDF”.