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Pro-US militia seizes 2,000 schools in Syria (+ Photo)

Pro-US militia seizes 2,000 schools in Syria (+ Photo)

Damascus, Sep 22 (Prensa Latina) The so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), supported by the United States, seized 2,106 schools in areas under their control in the north and northeast of Syria, Education authorities denounced.
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The action brought up indignation among residents who prefer to send their children to centers teaching study plans from the Ministry of Education, according to director of this office in the province of Hasakeh, Elham Sourkhan.

She explained that more than 130 thousand children study in 179 state schools in the cities of Qamishli and Hasakeh, causing pressure on these centers where an average of 100 students receive classes in each classroom.

The official denounced that the separatist militia turned some schools into military barracks or prisons, while their armed forces prevented the arrival of three trucks with thousands of textbooks to the official schools.

We have taken immediate measures to ensure the good running of the teaching process, including establishing two shifts a day, turning some houses into schools and installing prefabricated classrooms so as to not deprive any student of their right to education.

The SDF occupies large areas of Syrian region of al-Jazeera that includes parts of the provinces of Deir Ezzor, Hasakeh and Raqa, and some areas in the northeast of Aleppo, where they increase their separatist and criminal practices taking advantage of the support they get from the US administration.

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