Who exactly are they and why are they in Raqqa, or making life hell for the Christians in Qamishli , attack them and kill them!
People in the West get “brainwashed” on a daily basis about Syria and the Kurds…The so-called international coalition is still sending materials and weapons to the SDF (Kurdisch militia), who consist of Kurds but also alligned in Raqqa with:
Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa:
Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa’s first emblem. On top: “Allahu Akbar.” Beneath that: “There is no deity but God and Muhammad is the Messenger of God.” Says it all, no secular group, as Wikipedia wants you to believe, but allied with DAESH untill they lost!
Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa is a jihadi group operated in northeastern Syria, in the province of Raqqa. Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa was part of the Free Syrian Army (created by the west), but has been fighting since 2014 with the Syrian Democratic Armed Forces, led by the Kurdish group YPG. Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa was formed in 2012 by Syrian jihadi from the city of Raqqa . In 2013, Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa was one of the Syrian groups that captured the city of Raqqa from the government army of President Bashar al-Assad. In 2013 and 2014 these fighters were allied with the much stronger Islamic State (IS), which made Raqqa its capital in Syria. In 2014 they alligned with the Kurds, because DAESH lost in Raqqa.
In 2015, tensions arose between Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa and the Kurdish YPG in northern Syria. Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa blamed the Kurds for depopulating Arab villages. This accusation was strongly denied by the Syrian Kurds. Kurds and so-called rebels are not a great match!
The so-called militia had a conflict with both the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, the Syrian division of Al-Qaeda. Jaysh al-Thuwar therefore entered into a tactical alliance with the Syrian Kurds and withdrew its fighters around the Kurdish city of Afrin. They first fought the SDF militia. The headquarters of Jaysh al-Thuwar is located in the city of Tall Reef, north of Aleppo. The militia also has local branches in the town of Manbij and in areas north of Raqqa, further east.
Also in December 2012, Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa joined the Raqqa Liberation Front coalition, alongside similarly aligned groups including the familiar Ahfad al-Rasul (a brand of Western-backed brigades that went into sharp decline in 2013, including expulsion from Raqqa city by ISIS in August of that year), Liwa al-Muntasir bi-Allahand Liwa Isar al-Shamal (both of which, like Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa, identified as part of the same Revolutionary Military Council) and Liwa Rayat al-Nasr (which eventually joined the Salafi grouping Ahrar al-Sham). As has often been the case in the Syrian conflict with the various coalitions announced and dissolved, the Raqqa Liberation Front coalition never led to a real merger of these groups.
Raqqa city fell in March 2013 to a combination of these brigades, Ahrar al-Sham and Jabhat al-Nusra. The following month, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (Shimon Elliot/CIA/MOSSAD asset) announced the creation of ISIS, demanding the subsuming of Jabhat al-Nusra under this structure. Most of the Jabhat al-Nusra contingents in Raqqa province accepted Baghdadi’s argument and defected. So did Liwa Thuwar al-Raqqa, even they deny up to today, all groups defected, there was no other choice. The US and it’s allied wanted to give structure to these so-called rebel groups and made it easier, just to call it: IS or ISIS.
Confused? Well it’s all the same ideology, called DAESH, whatever their names, it resulted in DAESH, as the Syrian people will tell you, all quilty of killing Syrian civilians, especially Alawites, Christians, Shia and Sunni, so nothing to do with religion, but with expansion of Western powers, the US imperialistic state and their allies KSA and European countries, like the Netherlands.
The group was supplied and armed by Turkey, although tensions occurred between them after the capture of al-Rai due to Turkey favouring the Fatih Sultan Mehmed Brigade in Jarabulus, sending only a limited amount of arms to the Seljuk Brigade.
It then joined the Army of Revolutionaries in August 2015, which became part of the Syrian Democratic Forces in October 2015. The group’s commander, Talal Silo, was present at the SDF formation announcement; furthermore, he announced the SDF’s 2015 Al-Hawl offensive. The Turkmen in Syria alwys felt a strong resistance against the government of Syria and towards the Kurds. They are actually Turks. But for now alligned with the Kurds and the US.
On 10 September 2016 one of the brigade’s commanders, Hani al-Mullah, died of a gunshot to the head in the town of Tell Abyad. Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently claimed that his death was the result of suicide, although other sources dispute this and allege that the killing is an assassination, either by the Turkish National Intelligence Organization or by DAESH. This so-called group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered are references for the west, like the SOHR (Syrian Observatory for Human Right = Al-Queda London). No reference is used from the other side, no reference is used from civilians. It’s a one-sided propaganda story without and investigation on the ground!
The SDF, calling it rather the Kurdish and Western so-called FSA (DAESH) militia liberated Al-Hawl. Now a refugee camp for thousands of ISIS members, fighters, women and children. Consisting of mainly foreign Jihadist, who according to anonymous sources are get a “special” treaty from the west, plaintickets, credit cards and able to return to their “homelands” in Europe and the rest of the world! As of April 2019, the camp’s population is estimated around 74.000. It hosts Islamic State group fighters and their families and international foreigners and their children. It was reported that the camp houses refugees from over 43 countries.
In Qamishli, northeastern Syria on the border with Turkey, adjoining the Turkish city of Nusaybin, and close to Iraq , they (SDF) conduct etnic cleansing, by fighting large parts of the Orhdox Christians, called the Sootoro. A big community is living in the Netherlands, already forced, before the conflict to flee from the Kurds.
The Internal Security Forces , known as the Asayish outside the Raqqa, Tabqa, Deir ez-Zor and Manbij regions, is the police force of the autonomous regions within the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria the Kurds. It had initially been established to police areas controlled by the Kurdish Supreme Committee. In October 2013, the Asayish claimed to have 4.000 members; by 2017, the number had reportedly risen to over 15.000.
They are in constant battle or clashed with the The Gozarto Protection Forces and Sootoro , united as one organisation, are a regional Christian force based in Qamishli, Al-Hasakah Governorate, Syria, the members are of the local Assyrian/Syriac community and some Armenian communities, founded after the outbreak of the conflict that began in 2011. Some Sootoro are affiliated with the Civil Peace Committee for Syriac Orthodox and some of the Qamishli Sootoro are aligned with the government of Bashar Assad and the Syrian Arab Army.
The Kurds don’t like this and try everything to make life bad for them. The Kurds, as usual, play a “dirty” game, their real aim is etnic cleaning and to have there own state, with parts of Syria and Iraq. They are helped by Israel, Barzani is Jewish (their leader), the US and it’s allies. Only to know that the US and it’s allies are not a thrustworthy partner when it comes to “geopolitical” promises.
The Kurds have no business in Raqqa and are alligned with former DAESH groups, are fighting Christians who are alligned with the Syrian state. Their aim is an independent Kurdish state, whatever it takes. They use all former opponents and enemies to establish their state. Which will fail, because of the Turkey, who is alligned with Russia and therefore Syria and Iraq.
Source: Wikipedia, aymennjawad.org, Sara Abed, Suryohe Nederlands, Comité Syrian Nederland, YouTube