The repression by the militia, supported and financed by the United States, caused seven killed, 30 wounded and 150 detainees, they added.
The sources clarified that despite the imposed curfew and the excessive use of force, the protesters blocked the streets and highways with burning tires and stones, and seized various positions and control points of the SDF over which they hoisted the national flag.
Several media also confirmed the desertion of 35 members of the group and their incorporation into the protesters.
On the other hand, the tribes and clans of Aleppo province agreed to continue the uprising until Manbij returns to control of the Syrian state. ‘The blood of the fallen is not in vain and there will be no turning back in the rebellion,’ said a statement issued by them.
Demonstrations and armed actions against the Syrian Democratic Forces experienced a notable increase in recent weeks in the different localities under their rule in the north and northeast of the country.
Practices such as the compulsory recruitment of young people, servility to the United States, theft of crude oil and crops, as well as the eviction of families from their homes due to their proximity to US bases, provoked the indignation of the residents who increased their actions of protest and armed resistance against the faction.