The people of north and east of Syria protect their areas with their own efforts and initiative autonomous along with Syrian Democratic Forces SDF, Internal Security Forces ISF and Community Protection Forces.
Despite the tensions in the region and the crisis that Syria has been experiencing since 2011, the north and east of Syria are considered to be the most secure, stable and vibrant areas of the country, thanks to the efforts of the people of the region who have worked to protect and manage them by themselves.
In the city of Tel-Abyed, despite the Turkish threats and the mobilization of Turkey's troops on the border, the city's citizens continue to protect the security and stability of their city in the ranks of Community Protection Forces and Internal Security and the Syrian Democratic Forces.
The members of these forces say that Turkey's goal of threatening and mobilizing its forces is to hit the security of the region and the co-existence enjoyed by the region, asserting that they will protect their areas from any aggression as they defeated Daesh.
Ko Ko Akmakjian, a citizen of the city of Tel-Abyed of the Armenian component and a member of the Community Protection Forces, says "We, as the children and components of the city of Tel-Abyed we protect the city and the people by erecting barriers within the city and on the outskirts as well as go out patrols mobile."
The Armenian citizen stressed that they will resist and defend the security of the people of the region at whatever cost.
Mohamed Hassan, another member of the Community Protection Forces of the Arab component of the city of Tel-Abyed says that their work is to protect the city from any threat.
And added "We are living in security and stability and Turkey is trying to hit the security and stability in our regions through threats and the mobilization of its forces off the city of Tel-Abyed."
Mohamed Hassan rejected the Turkish threats and said that they would protect their areas from any aggression aimed at hitting the security and stability of the region.