Dozens of women gathered in the town of Abu Hamam in eastern rural Deir Ezzor to protest the violations that the PYD terrorist militia is committing against the civilian population. They demanded the release of detainees in PYD prisons and the return of schools and civilian homes that were seized by the PYD militia and converted into military barracks and bases.
Abdulbasit Abdullatif, the Secretary of the Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee, emphasized that the crimes committed by the PYD terrorist militia in the region necessitate international action to halt these atrocities. This is because the region is under the control of a militia affiliated with the PKK organization, which is listed on international terrorism lists.
Abdullatif underscored that maintaining the status quo without any intervention could lead to further crimes against civilians, potentially resulting in an escalation of the situation in the area.
Abdullatif called for the cessation of support for the PYD terrorist militia and the establishment of suitable conditions for local residents to represent themselves and manage their areas independently.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)