Tension and resentment in Al-Shuhayl town east of Euphrates after arrests by SDF led by Deir Ezzor Military Council for more than 65 persons accused of belonging to "sleeper cells and al-Nukhba Forces" • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Tension and resentment in Al-Shuhayl town east of Euphrates after arrests by SDF led by Deir Ezzor Military Council for more than 65 persons accused of belonging to “sleeper cells and al-Nukhba Forces”

Deir Ezzor Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the tension prevails al-Al-Shuhayl area in the countryside of Deir Ezzor, between the Syria Democratic Forces -who control the town- and between its inhabitants, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights from reliable sources: the tension came against the backdrop of arrests by the Syria Democratic Forces led by commander of Deir Ezzor Military Council known as Abu Khawla, for more than 65 people in al-Al-Shuhayl town on charge of “belonging to sleeper cells and al-Nukhba Forces”, after the series of bombings and assassinations of SDF members in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor east of Euphrates River, and local sources confirmed that people from al-Al-Shuhayl town carried out demonstration against the forces that raided the town after they finished sweeping, and they closed the roads just before midnight of yesterday, as a resentment of the events in al-Al-Shuhayl town.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published 2 days ago that al-Shuhayl town which is under the control of the Syria Democratic Forces east of Deir Ezzor, is witnessing break ins by the Syria Democratic Forces since the morning of today, the 24th Sunday of June 2018, amid brining reinforcements to the town in conjunction with the curfew imposed by the Syria Democratic Forces in the town, this comes after the assassinations that targeted the Syria Democratic Forces; the last of which was in the past 72 hours, when a member of the Syria Democratic Forces was killed and another one was wounded; after being shot by unknown gunmen while they were leaving al-Omar oilfield in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

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