They have always raised their yellow flags and calling for freedom and adding (Democratic) to the name of their formation. Neither politics nor different viewpoints what made RBSS respond to Sharfan Darwish, the spokesperson of Manbij military council that belongs to the SDF, accusations for RBSS of being ISIS supporters.
If someone accuses others of being ISIS supporters, just because they do not share his viewpoints, would he be qualified to lead a military campaign that aims to spread democracy? Will charges be ready for those who do not share his opinions? There are no other choices, either you are with us or you are ISIS supporter.
SDF violations are known very well; several international organizations have reported lots and lots of violations. Moreover, people of Suluk, Ein Essa and Tal Abyad also have witnessed that. Who stands side by side with the Syrian regime will not represent freedom or democracy ever.
As Syrian rebels we do not consider SDF, which are planning to expel ISIS out of Raqqa, as liberators. This is not based on ethnic or national reasons but it is based on the facts that were reported by several international human rights organizations (such as Amnesty International) along with several testimonies came from the people who have suffered from their acts and violations which aim to create their so called “state”.
Our Kurd brothers and neighbors are our people; we share the same history, the same future and the same united country.
If we do not carry a weapon does not mean that we do not defend our rights with our only weapons, our throats and pens.