The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Following fight between cousins | Young man killed in Al-Raqqah city

Raqqa province: Armed clashes with light and medium weapons, erupted between cousins from “Al-Bureij” tribe in Al-Raqqah city, within “SDF” areas, as a result of disputes among them, which led to the death of a young man, while tension still exists, amid civil calls for reasonable people and the tribal sheikhs to intervene and resolve the conflict between the cousins.

Accordingly, the number of infightings which followed disputes over retaliation and family and tribal disagreements in areas controlled by the Autonomous Administration has reached 61 since early 2024. According to SOHR statistics, these infightings left 33 people, including a woman and a child, dead and 125 others injured; they are distributed regionally as follows:

Deir Ezzor: 42 infightings left 11 persons, including a child, dead and 75 others injured.

Al-Raqqah: Seven infightings left 13 people dead and 23 others injured.

Aleppo: Five infightings left three civilian dead and 16 others, including an Asayish member, injured.

Al-Hasakah: Seven infightings left six persons, including a woman, dead and 11- others injured