YPG Using Syriac Christian Front Organizations As Mouthpiece for Fear-mongering Messages Regarding Northeast Syria

Press conference in Northeast Syria. Flags representing various groups, including the YPG and its counterpart the "Syriac" Military Council. Source photo: Nadie Harbieh.

Wca-ngo.org - 24/8/19 A few Syriac organizations claiming to represent the Christians of Northeast Syria while basically being front organizations of the YPG, have recently been causing quite a stir online. Being aligned with Kurdish communist separatists from Syria, their fearmongering messages deliberately portray an aggressive Turkish invasion that will exterminate the last Christians in this ...

Assyrian Organizations Issue Joint Statement on Human Rights Violations in North-east Syria

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(AINA) -- Six Assyrian organizations have issued a statement addressing the human rights violations occurring in areas controlled by the PYD Kurdish party in Syria (AINA 2015-11-02). The statement focuses on three areas of concern: illegal seizure of property, forced conscription and threats, pressure and targeted killings. The statement was signed by Assyrian organizations from ...

Kurdish Militia Occupies Assyrian School in Hasaka – Syria

The Amal Assyrian Elementary School in Hasaka, Syria, which has been occupied by the YPG Kurdish militia.

(AINA) -- According to report from Swedish-based AssyriaTV, the YPG, the Kurdish militia in Syria, has occupied an Assyrian school in the city of Hasaka for the last three weeks and is using it as a base of operations. Hundreds of Assyrian students are at risk of missing the start of school year. The Rev. Gabriel ...

Kurdish and Assyrian Forces Regain Assyrian Villages From Jihadists

A Kurdish YPG fighter at the top of a destroyed tank, which was hit during clashes with ISIS militants in Hasakah countryside (photo: ARA News).

By Haitham Haji and Redwan Bizar ARA News- 22/5/15 Sere Kaniye, Syria -- Subsequent to fierce battles with the Islamic State group (IS/ISIL), the Kurdish forces of the People's Protection Units (YPG) regained control of new villages at the banks of Khabur River near the town of Tel Temir in Hasakah province, northeastern Syria, media sources reported ...