Syrian Rebels Accuse Kurdish Forces of 'ethnic Cleansing' of Sunni Arabs

Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State jihadists in north-east Syria have been accused of “ethnic cleansing” of Sunni Arabs by a coalition of other rebel groups.
The Syrian Kurdish force, the YPG, have moved in on Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant positions north of their de facto capital Raqqa, capturing the key border post of Tal Abyad on Monday.
Fifteen rebel groups - themselves fighting Isil on a different front - issued a statement saying that “criminal acts” were taking place under the cover of US-led air strikes.