The US-backed SDF fighters arrested a number of civilians in Raqqa province to further ask money for their release.
Methods employed by US-backed Kurdish militias occupying Syria’s northeastern territories have reportedly caused locals to rise up against them and demand their expulsion from the region.
The U.S. and Saudi Arabia are reportedly in talks to possibly have the Syrian Democratic Forces to hand over Raqqa province to Jaysh al-Islam group.
According to the source, citizens of Mansureh town and Western Raqqa surrounding area clashed with US-backed SDF.
According to the source, at least 12 ISIS terrorists were released by the US-backed fighters from jails in Raqqa.
The citizens of Raqqa who have returned to their homes live under the constant risk of death due to land mines and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) which still remain in the city four months after it had been liberated from ISIS.
Hundreds of civilians have been killed and injured by IEDs and landmines that remained in the city after the defeat of the Islamic State by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).