SDF accuses Assad of opening Syria to international terrorism

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The Syrian Democratic Forces accused Assad and his regime of opening the borders to international terrorism, following Assad’s claim that the Kurdish militants are traitors for their cooperation with Washington.

In a statement, SDF said that Assad is the last to speak of treason and its manifestations.

SDF added that the Syrian regime opened the gateways into the country for the hordes of foreign terrorism, who came from all parts of the earth.

They accused the Syrian president of releasing the terrorists from the prisons to feed on the blood of the Syrians, according to the statement.

The Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, in new statements, has accused of treason anyone who works under the leadership of any foreign country.

Assad's remarks provoked resentment and ridicule from Syrians on social networking sites, especially as they came only days after a video spread of a Russian officer physically stopping Assad from catching up with Russia’s President Putin during a recent visit to Russia.

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