The US-backed Kurdish militias have occupied dozens of schools in the eastern Syrian province of al-Hasakah, blocking the presence of Syrian government-affiliated students and education staff.

Iran PressMiddle East: According to the official Syrian News Agency (SANA), the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Forces (SDF), backed by the US-led military forces, in the areas under their control in the northeastern Syrian province of Al-Hasakah, imposed systematic restrictions on the people of the city, especially in the city of Al-Qamishli and its suburbs continue.

Kurdish militias have recently occupied 137 public schools out of 213 schools at various levels of education, and by ignoring the right of children and adolescents to education, they seek to cultivate separatist ideas in students' minds.

Hassan al-Hussein, head of the al-Qamishli Educational Complex, said that an emergency committee had been set up by the education department to address the problems posed by the Kurdish militias' occupation of schools, in response to Kurdish militant behavior seen as a violation of children's rights to education.     207

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