Syrian rebels clashed with Kurdish militia in the northern city of Aleppo, leaving 30 dead and around 200 captured, an activist group said on Saturday, sparking fears of a new front in an already fractured country.
The fighting between armed rebels and members of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), the Syrian branch of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), erupted on Friday in the majority Kurdish neighbourhood of Ashrafiyeh, it said. ...
"While I am opposed to the (rebel) Free Syrian Army's entry into safe areas, Assad's regime is looking for to create conflict among Syrians," he told AFP. About 15 per cent of Syria's population of 23 million are Kurds. The minority has largely remained neutral during the country's civil war, which has sown divisions among its patchwork of ethnic and religious groups.
The Kurdish area of Aleppo had been relatively free of the violence that has plagued Aleppo since fighting between regime forces and armed rebels broke out there on July 20.(I highlighted and underlined) http://blogs.aljazeera.com/liveblog/topic/syria-153
I think FSA revolutionary deal with Kurdish and ask them neutral for their position, also PYD should know they won't gain anything for supporting falling terrorist regime, all but provocation they will lose much bigger if confront FSA revolutionary, if PYD don't want to support this revolution, they should stay neutral, that is their better position, or sided with revolution that much better position- so that future Syria they won't be accused of sided(wrong side history) with terrorist regime.