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Office of Kurdish opposition group in Syria set on fire by YPG/PKK terrorists

An office of a Kurdish opposition group in Syria’s Al-Hasakah province was raided and set on fire by the YPG/PKK terrorist group.

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An office of a Kurdish opposition group in Syria’s Al-Hasakah province was raided and set on fire by the YPG/PKK terrorist group on Wednesday.

The office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Syria (KDP-S), a member of the Kurdish National Council in Syria, in the al-Darbasiyah subdistrict, was raided by a group affiliated with the PYD/YPG/PKK terror group, according to a statement by the Kurdish National Council (ENKS).

The statement added that the office of the KDP-S was set on fire with Molotov cocktails.

The offices of the member parties of the ENKS had been subjected to similar attacks before, as noted by ENKS

The same statement indicated, “The terrorization policy of the PYD against our people and the burning of the offices of the ENKS and its member parties are happening in front of the coalition forces and the US, which supports that organization that uses force against us.”

The US was urged by the Kurdish opposition group to put pressure on the YPG/PKK terror group to put an end to such raids and attacks on offices.

YPG/PKK terrorists burned the ENKS office in al-Darbasiyah on December 17, 2021, and attacked two offices of the ENKS and the office of a media organization in the Qamishli district of al-Hasakah on September 28, 2021, with Molotov cocktails.

Known to oppose the YPG/PKK after the group became more dominant in northern Syria, the Kurdish National Council is a coalition of 10 Syrian Kurdish parties.

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