Thousands of Kurds protest US military withdrawal from northeast Syria

Protestors begin a human shield campaign in Ras al Ain, October 8th. Photo: Hewar News, The Rojava Information Center
Protestors gather outside of Tal Abyad following the US troops withdrawal on October 8th, 2019.
“No to Neo-Ottoman Rule!” Kurdish women march outside of Kobane on October 8th. Photo: Hewar News, The Rojava Information Center
Protests in Kobane, October 8th
Kurdish war veterans join protests against the US withdrawal in Qamishli on October 8th, 2019. Photo: Hewar News via The Rojava Information Center
Kurdish war veterans join protests against the US withdrawal in Qamishli on October 8th. Many fighters have joined the of the Syrian Democratic Forces, the United States’ main ally in the fight against the Islamic Caliphate, since 2011. Photo: Hewar News via The Rojava Information Center

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I report on borders, resources and human security. Currently @Columbia | SIPA. Formerly @Mercy Corps

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