SDF in Raqqa countryside, looting and sabotaging

With the expansion of the geographical area controlled by SDF in Raqqa’s countryside, the violations of these troops are being exposed day by day in each city and town they take from ISIS.
One of the most obvious examples of these violations is what happened in Alrafiqa farm in the north-western countryside, SDF controlled over the farm more than15 days ago and now it is far from the fighting locations but its people are still banned from going back to their houses under the pretext of that it is not safe yet due to the mines planted by ISIS but this is not the fact, some people managed to sneak into the farm and found out that the troops have committed several violations from looting to burning and destroying people’s properties. They have theft everything houses, markets and even the only pharmacy in the village.
Alrafiqa farm was not the first case and of course it would not be the last, what happened in the farm comes under a systematic looting and sabotaging process taken by the attacking forces. Before Alrafiqa there were Swiedeh, Ein Essa, Suluk and others.

media activist from the city of Raqqa, student at the Faculty of Law at the University of the Euphrates. Director of the Media Office of Raqqa, founding member of "Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently", founding member of the documentary project of "Sound and Picture". I work in documenting violations committed by Assad's regime and ISIS group and extremist organizations inside the city of Raqqa, as I work in programming, design and visual media. I hold a certificate of coach in digital security, and a certificate of journalist coach, and a certificate in documenting violations against human rights, and a certificate in electronic advocacy. I underwent a training under the supervision of "Cyber-Arabs" in collaboration with the Institute for War and Peace "IWPR", about the management of electronic websites and leadership of advocacy campaigns, and a training of press photography under the supervision of the photojournalist "Peter Hove Olesen".