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Persons in Syria on the US Terrorism List
Persons in Syria on the US Terrorism List
Groups in Syria on the US Terrorism List
Groups in Syria on the US Terrorism List
Crimes Committed by YPG
Crimes Committed by YPG The adoption of social contract law which is driven from the theories of Abdullah Öcalan, the leader of PKK which is a hardline interpretation of the marxist-lenninist ideology. Murder The killing and arresting of Peaceful Demonstrators and Arrests of others in the Eastern Countryside of Deir Ez-Zor in 2018.  A child, a woman and a man were killed by indiscriminate fire by patrol members of SDF There were several injuries and arrest of other civilians as well.  2 young men killed by SDF sniper, in the Western Countryside of Deir Ez-Zor,  while they were trying to cross from the regime-controlled area (Hawaij Diab Shamia) to SDF-controlled area (Hawaij Diab Jazeera) Two young men from the town of Drenj were killed and others were injured when elements of SDF fired at the civilians. In the city of Raqqa, between 6 November 2016- June 2017, 146 civilians including 31 children and 31 women died as a result of SDF attacks. Mass murder took plaace in Al-Aghabish, Tal Brak, Tal Khaleel, Al Hajia, Al Mtaneia, and Ghwairan. Assassinations carried out in Qamishli, Ras Al Ain, Al Jawadeya, Rmailan, Tal Brak, Tal Hamees, Al Hasakeh, Tal Tamr and Al-Qahtaneyya. Killing and Causing Death as SDF sieged Mambij and prevented any medical or humanitarian aid to enter for more than two months.  On July 17th 2016, massacre took place where 200 civilians died, most of them were women and children. On July 28th 2016, a massacre took place in the town of Al-Ghandoura, 50 civilians died upon false coordinates given by SDF. On June 3rd 2016, 25 civilians were killed most of them were women and children.  Displacement (Ethnic Based) Occupying Houses and confiscating public and private property: Hedaya Hotel in Qamishli, houses and public headquarters in Ras Al Ain, Amouda, and Al Malkeyya. Demolishing houses and villages: In Jaza’a, Al Qahtaneyya countryside, Tal Hamees, Ras Al Ain, Tal Tamr, Qmishli, Tal Brak. According to Amnesty Report: About 4500 families were displaced from the villages that were demolished. SDF has forcibly displaced the populations from their villages: Al Jaqal Al Kabeer, Awsajli, Qara Kabeer, Qara Sagheer, Al Jat, Al Bunaya, Al Shwiha, Al Zanqal, Al Rus, Khirbat Al Shiab, Al Nouaymia.  Seven villages were displaced entirely in the outskirts of Tishreen Dam; Khirbat Khalid, Yusuf Basha( Al Qashla), Al Hamadat, Alsaidyn, Khirbaat Al Twaini (Al Haj Hussien) Al Ballasha, and Shash Al Boubna (Khirbat Zamala).  Illegal trafficking Drug Trade is an important source of YPG’s income. One of the main social issues in Arab regions like Tal Abyad, Ain Issa, Raqqa and Shadadi are drug addicts Compulsory Recruitment for Military Services The YPG is organizing compulsory recruitment for military services among the youth of the population controlled. Young man rejecting to do the military service and their families are being arrested by the YPG to enforce the military service upon them. Child recruitment  Human Rights Watch and other human rights organizations have reported the use of children fighters by the YPG. Also propaganda images of the YPG confirm the use of girls and boys between the ages of 12 and 18. Terror Attacks Civilians, police forces and administrative employees in Afrin and northern Aleppo are being killed by terrorism attacks by the YPG’s so called ‘Wrath of Olives’ campaign Restricting the movement of Civilians Imposing illegal restrictions, in the North-Eastern Syria, on movement of those who fled from the areas controlled by ISIS to areas under control of SDF.  Robbing Property Reports of robbery by the YPG in Al Qamishli countryside (Tal Khalil, Al Hajia, Al Matiniya, Al Raheya, and Abo Khazaf), Tal Brak, Jaza’a, Al Qahtaneyya, Tal Tamr and Ras Al Ain. In Amouda, Ain Al Arab, and other areas in Al Hasakeh governorate, second-hand furniture, antiques, and household items markets were flourished as stolen property were moved from Manbij and its countryside towards those areas SDF militants stolen wheat warehouses in Manbij and moved them to Ain Al Arab The grain of the public silos was moved from Tal Rifat to Afrin. Furniture and houses were stolen on the pretext of affiliation to ISIS  Equipments of the public establishments was stolen  Medical equipment in the hospitals and public clinics in Tal Rifats such as MRI and Dialysis equipment were stolen Violation of Freedom of Press SDF issued decisions and regulations that prevent press activities without granted approval by SDF- Restriction on press. Blackmailing In the city of Manbij, SDF forces planted IEDs randomly and blackmailed the populations. They were spreading panic in order to make more money as SDF imposed an amount of $100, or the equivalent. Coordination with Assad Regime and ISIS The Return of Assad Regime’s Institutions: SDF coordinated with the Syrian regime for a gradual return for all institutions (except for the security institutions currently) to the city after four years of absence, (especially the institutions of telecommunications, education, Baath Party, and members of the so-called Syrian parliament) Marea city was sieged for two months by SDF, with indirect coordination with ISIS Attacking FSA forces at Tel Rifat in coordination with Assad regime air forces, simultaneous offensive by ISIS. Extrajudicial enforced disappearance Extrajudicial Arrests done by SDF militias when they besieged a number of villages and farms around the city of Al-Raqqa.  They broke into villages and destroyed houses& arrested number of young men on charges of collaborating with opposition factions from Raqqa in the villages of Qahtaniya, Hattin and Al-Adnaniye in the West countryside of Raqqa Many young people arrested from the villages of Al-Salhabiya and Al-Khnizat. Arrests of women by SDF forces on the pretext that their husbands are elements of ISIS in the Raqqa region 117 civilians arrested by SDF outside the legal framework in the city of Raqqa. 65 people were arrested when they protested and objected the decisions of displacements in entirely in the outskirts of Tishreen Dam Source: Stabilization Committee
Israel Attacks in Syria in 2018
  This infographich was done by Hande Karataş Israel Attacks in Syria in 2018 January 9 The local media reported that four Israeli aircraft attacked the Assad regime. January 17 In Damascus, Israel attacked Hezbollah’s armory.  February 7 The Israeli missiles attacked the military complex in the town of Jamraya, just north of Damascus, where the regime developed missiles, rockets and unconventional weapons. February 10 Israel dropped the Iranian drone. The Israeli army attacked Iran and Syria targets. The Israeli attack was allegedly aimed at the control tower and weapons depot of a Syrian military airspace near Damascus. April 9 Israel carried out airstrikes on the T-4 military base. Iran-backed Shiite militias died in the attack. April 17 The Hezbollah media claimed that 9 missiles were fired at the Dumair and Shayrat military airports near Damascus. Syria rejected the reports and claimed that Israel and the US attacked its defense systems. April 29 Israel struck Syrian bases in Hama. Resources close to the Syrian government said that the Syrian army, which is home to the 47th Brigade near Salhab, west of Hama, was targeted. 10 May Syria rifles attacked Israeli military positions in the Golan Heights. Israel retaliated to Syria. Military sources said that Israeli missiles were targeting military bases with and a missile hit the arsenal depot. May 24 Near the airport of Dabaa, Israel launched missile attacks. It was announced that in the Dabaa military airport; Hezbollah, other regime militias and units belonging to the Quds Force were there. June 5 It is claimed that Israel struck the armory and Hezbollah targets on the sides of Qalamoun June 18 52 pro-regime militias were killed in the attack by Israel. Of these, 22 were allegedly from the Shiite militias. Syrian military positions, including Deir ez-zor, Abu Kemal were bombed in the attack. June 25 Israel attacked the airport with missiles in Damascus. According to reports, the Israeli Air Force has targeted an Iranian cargo plane at Damascus International Airport. July 8 Israeli missiles targeted the T4 air base in Homs. There were regime forces at the air base, Hezbollah and Iran supported militias. July 12 Syrian aircraft infiltrated Israeli airspace was dropped by Israel. Israel struck Hezbollah targets in Quneitra. July 15 Israel attacked al-Neirab air base outside Aleppo. July 22 Israeli jets attacked the town of Masyaf in Hama. It was announced that the attacked area was a missile depot used by the Assad regime. It was also stated that the area was a region that developed weapons for the regime and Hezbollah. July 24 Israel dropped the Syrian fighter jet crossing the border of the Golan Heights. July 25 Israel claimed that Syria attacked and the missiles fell on the Sea of Galilee. Israel attacked targets in Syria where missiles came from. July 26 Israel shot ISIS militias close to the Golan Heights. August 2 Israel attacked seven suspected ISIS militants from Syria, crossing the Golan Heights border. September 4 Israeli jets attacked military targets in Hama, northwestern Syria. Syrian state media announced that one person was killed and 12 people were injured. September 15 In a statement from SANA, Israeli missiles attacked near Damascus airport. September 17 Israel targeted ammunition depot for Hezbollah in Latakia. October 29 The Israeli state channel said they hit a ship that was sent to Hezbollah militants, which they thought belonged to Iran. It was claimed that the airstrike was in order to prevent Iran from sending aid to Hezbollah. November 30 The area, believed to be Iran’s weapons depot, was attacked by Israel. Kisveh and Harfa region targets were included in the attacks. December 25 According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Israel struck three Hezbollah armory in the south of Damascus. Syrian state media announced that three Syrian regime soldiers were injured in the attack, 
Turkey’s Fight Against Daesh
Turkey’s Fight Against Daesh  
Turkey’s Fight Against Daesh
Turkey’s Fight Against Daesh  
Factions of the National Army
Factions of the National Army  
Weapon System Used by YPG
Weapon System Used by YPG
Turkish-Backed Organization Which Will Take Part In a Likely Military Operation East of the Euphrates: The National Army
Turkish-Backed Organization Which Will Take Part In a Likely Military Operation East of the Euphrates: The National Army
US Logistics Line For Arm and Ammunition Supplies To The SDF/YPG
US Logistics Line For Arm and Ammunition Supplies To The SDF/YPG