Military police of the SDF carry out new “conscription” operation and arrest tens of people in al-Raqqah city and its western countryside

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the military police within the Syria Democratic Forces on Wednesday the 18th of September 2019, carried out a new campaign to recruit young people as part of their “compulsory conscription” east of Euphrates in al-Raqqah city and its western countryside, where tens of young men were arrested and taken to the compulsory service, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 6th of July 2019 that the great public discontent continues within areas of control of the Syria Democratic Forces, against the backdrop of the forced conscription on certain ages varies according to the area which increases the resentment among citizens, where the Syrian Observatory learned that lists of new names of about 130 teacher names arrived in al-Darbasiyah town in al-Hasakah countryside, of who are after 1986, the where the citizens called for exempting the teachers from the compulsory service or accepting their postponement, and in the same context, reliable sources told the Syrian Observatory that a military force arrested a 15 years old boy from Sharan village, where he was arrested in Ihres and was forced into the military conscription in a detachment that includes children under the age of eighteen, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published this morning that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from several reliable sources that special forces of the Syria Democratic Forces arrested SDF members in al-Shaddadi city in the last 48 hours, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: 10 logistic members of the Syria Democratic Forces were arrest by the special forces of the Syria Democratic Forces, after forcing the members to serve for 12 days in al-Kom area in order to have a vacation for 3 days, which was rejected by the members and led to their arrest eventually, amid demands for releasing them

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