Hundreds of Syrian citizens took to the streets of Qamishli again to reject the illegal presence of US and Turkish troops in their country.
The protest march took place on Tuesday in the city of Qamishli, in the oil-rich province of Al-Hasaka (northeast), according to the official news agency. YOU.
The protesters carried national flags and banners demanding the withdrawal of US “occupying” troops from the Al-Jazeera region in Al-Hasaka.
The outraged also condemned the theft of Syrian natural resources, specifically oil, by US troops and called on the Army to fight to expel all the occupiers from Syrian territory.
“Today’s protest in Qamishli is a message of rejection of the presence of any occupying force in Syrian territory”Said a protester at the protest.
In addition to rejecting the US and Turkish military presence in their country, the inhabitants of the Syrian provinces of Al-Hasaka and Deir Ezzor (east), among other regions, have repeatedly denounced the continuous attacks and arrests carried out by the Kurdish militias- Arabs, the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), seconded by the US, and the instability they create, as they have negatively affected their businesses and livelihoods.
Locals also denounce that Kurdish militias have occupied schools in Al-Hasaka, thus depriving thousands of children of their right to education, and other practices aimed at destabilizing security.
The Damascus government accuses Washington of training, financing and arming terrorist gangs and armed gangs in order to overthrow the legitimate government of President Bashar al-Asad, which has promised to cleanse the country of terrorists and drive out the invaders.
The Syrian president also criticizes Washington’s obsession with Syrian oil, which demonstrates the Nazi style of the policy of the current US Administration, chaired by Donald Trump.
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