The Kurdish police (Asayish) intensified their attack against the pro-government forces in Qamishli on Thursday, resulting in a series of violent clashes around the Security Box and Al-Wasta District.

Following a fierce battle at the Allaya Prison with the Arab tribes of the National Defense Forces (NDF), the Asayish imposed full control over this military site located at the eastern outskirts of Qamishli.

In an attempt to mediate between the two parties, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) was able to to quell the National Defense Forces; however, they experienced resistance from the Asayish, who reportedly opened fire on the soldiers.

As a result of this provocation, the Syrian Arab Army retaliated against the Asayish and forced them to scurry away.

The situation remains tense, but local sources confirmed that the fighting has died down considerable since yesterday’s clashes.

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Luis Llo Glez
Luis Llo Glez
2016-04-21 17:34

MOST STUPID THING TO DO; KURDS AN SAA Fighting each other… Daesh must be laughing to the tears…

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-04-21 19:18
Reply to  Luis Llo Glez

I agree. BTW, it went bad due to a clash between Asayish and NDF on a roadblock. Both SAA and YPG must act to de-escalate this as there is no interest for both to fight each others. But its clearly the islamists shitheads interest! Period.

Bershae Sargon
Bershae Sargon
2016-04-21 17:27

YPG done goofed hard

war informer
war informer
2016-04-21 15:50

Syria Army is so innocent. HAHHAHAHHA. Pro Assad oriented news

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2016-04-21 21:40
Reply to  war informer

And Daaish is not? HAHAHAHAHHA. Zionist oriented news.

Aaaa
Aaaa
2016-04-21 18:06

The Kurds will continue to attack and kidnap Arabs and Christians. They have done it throughout the conflict. The SAA needs to stop being a neutral third party and just treat them like they treat ISiS.

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reader
2016-04-21 23:05

Kurds are pigs in rat form