The head of the Syrian-Kurdish National Council, Ibrahim Bero, said that the weapons provided by the international coalition to the Democratic Union Party (PYD) are being used against the Kurds and parties opposed to its policy and practices.
"The weapons received by the PYD from the International Coalition are used against the members of the National Council, where the areas of the party's control on a daily basis have been raided and many kidnappings carried out by its armed groups against the members of the Council," saying that the western areas of Syria (Afrin) facing a political crisis as a result of the policies of the party (PYD), stressing that his practices bring back to memory the practices of the Syrian regime.
Bero said that the PKK is cracking down the Kurdish ranks and is destroying the western regions of the Kurds in Syria through the PYD, which receives orders directly from the Qandil mountains.
He revealed that members of the Kurdish Council detained by the party have been subjected to torture addressing the international coalition "the dictatorship of the PKK can never be resumed under the pretext of fighting terrorism."
It is noteworthy that the Democratic Union Party, which controls all areas of Kurdish majority in the north of Syria has received military support from the United States of America under the pretext of accelerating the battle of Raqqa, which was rejected by Turkey and considered unacceptable as Britain called that as a wrong behavior.