9-12-2013 – Kurdpress – The two-day meeting of the Syrian Kurdish Patriotic Council was ended today in Kurdish city of Qamishlo.
Speaking to Kurdpress, a leader of the council, Faisal Yusuf, said the Kurdish body will send a letter to Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani and will aware him of the disputes between the council and the Syria pro-Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD). He further added the next gathering of the council will decide on annulling Erbil Agreement between Syria Kurdish parties, a decision that will bring an end to the biggest Kurdish body in the war-torn country.
ISIS targets Syrian Kurds
9-12-2013 – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights ISIS continues attacks on Syrian Kurds Aleppo province: Confirmed reports that the ISIS have forcefully taken over the homes of Syrian Kurdish civilians by the Ba’idin roundabout in Aleppo city and have turned them into ISIS bases. A member of the peace and reconciliation committee in Raqqah city was tortured to death after several days of being detained by the ISIS, he was originally from the Kobani area. The ISIS also kidnapped 11 Syrian Kurdish civilians from Jarables city, the kidnapped include 2 women. On the 2nd 3rd and 4th of December the ISIS kidnapped 51 Syrian Kurdish civilians from Manbej city, including 2 children and 8 women; they have only released 5 of the captives so far. The group is also imposing a siege on the city of Efrin and its surrounding villages, an area mostly inhabited by Kurds and is controlled by the YPG. https://www.facebook.com/syriaohr/posts/459578800817130 – Postedby Wladimir van Wilgenburg
KNC-Members Arrested in Turkey?
Turkey arrested four leaders of the KNC in Nusaybin reports/claims/alleges Welati. They were in KNC-meeting before, and were going to Kobani through Turkey (since Tel Ebyad is under Al Qaida control).