This study focuses on the separatist entity that the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) established east of the Euphrates river, taking advantage of the Syrian revolution and using ideology and interest, such as fighting terrorism, or its relationship with interfering countries, all in cooperation with the Assad regime, which handed it control over Kurdish communities and neighborhoods in northern Syria.     

This entity went on to establish independent semi-government bodies, an army, security and police stations, confiscating government facilities and even changing school curriculums, leaving no room to doubt its separatist tendency.

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