TURKEY INVADES AND NOW THE BIG QUESTION: WHAT WILL SYRIA DO TO STOP ERDOGHAN?

Turkey is not the only country to invade Syria.  The United States has arrogated to itself the right to empower Kurds in what appears to be a plan to establish a Kurd state in the northeast that will include Al-Raqqa, Qaamishli and Al-Hasaka – not to mention the Tabqa Dam.  American actions are designed to give the Kurdish future state the attributes of statehood and this must be accomplished before Trump leaves office.  The Syrian government has declared that any Kurd or Syrian who is complicit in this Yankee plan is a “traitor” and will be “dealt with accordingly.”  That’s serious talk.  In Syria, you are hanged for treason if you are a non-military civilian and are shot if you are in the military.

The fact that the U.S. is violating most of the sacrosanct international agreements on sovereignty should surprise no one.  The U.S. has been doing this for the last 100 years and, largely, with impunity.  The United States is exploiting the needs of the largely terrorized and unemployed young men in the northeast to create, (mostly Kurds and non-Arab Christians), to maintain the fiction that “real Syrians” have approved the American presence in Syria.  This is an argument Nikki Haley (WOG of the Year recipient) is expected to use when Russia finally brings a resolution to a vote at the Security Council.

Enter France.  Macron has ordered his diplomats to convene an emergency security council meeting to discuss the situation in northern Syria.  Do you believe the French are going to address the American outrage?  Absolutely not.  The French want to address Turkey’s invasion backed by hundreds of fanatical jihadists who are described as “Free Syrian Army” allies of Ankara – (“moderate and secular forces”).  And, the French want to discuss the Syrian government’s bombings of Idlib where Paris aimed to establish its own rump state with which they could do business and prosecute their terrorism against the people of Syria.

True to his word, Erdoghan has ordered the invasion of Afreen on the border with Turkey.  It is under the control of a Kurd group notorious for its decades-old war to gain rights for the Kurdish people who have the had the misfortune of being ruled by Seljuk invaders from Central Asia.  Erdoghan has vowed to eradicate their presence.  He has also vowed to turn his attention later to the “border force’ being contrived by the Americans in the northeast to, ostensibly, guard the border with Turkey. (After all, ISIS came out of Turkey with American blessing. Remember?).   Ankara will have none of that.  The Turks have already figured out that a new Kurd state is on the drawing boards, and, that Kurd state is going to be Turkey’s replacement in NATO when the U.S. formally recognizes it in about 2 years.

This is old-time politics.  This is the sort of activity that used to be a British and French specialty; a time when European powers delighted in bisecting and dissecting nations as a precursor to devouring them.  This is why the Syrian government must take immediate action to convince the Kurds that they are headed straight into the void. If they don’t take heed, then so be it.  According to one Kurdish spokesperson, the Syrian government offered the Kurds in the northeast a way out:  Let the Syrian Army take over Afreen and spare the people the inevitable misery which is coming. The offer was rejected outright.  However, just today, January 25, 2018, a Kurdish spokesman declared that the Syrian Army would be welcome in Afreen since it is not viewed as an “enemy force”.  Go figure.

It appears that Turkey secured Russian acquiescence for the invasion.  Putin, who is very legalistic, doubtlessly discussed this with the Syrian ambassador to Moscow who relayed the contents of the discussion with Putin to Damascus.  So far, despite Syria’s announced opposition to the invasion, no action has been taken by Damascus to interdict Turkey’s violation of Syrian air space or territory.  The Turkish invasion appears to be going according to a plan which Moscow, Teheran and Damascus understand in all detail.  What this might mean is that the Tripartite Alliance views the Turkish move as helpful to the effort to frustrate American plans to set up a Kurdish state in northeastern Syria. If that is the case, it behooves us all to support Turkey even if we might chafe at the very thought of applauding anything Erdoghan might do.

In the meantime, Turkey has ruffled a lot of feathers in both Europe and the U.S.  The Germans are livid that Ankara is using German-manufactured Lepard tanks in the invasion.  There is discussion now at high levels of discontinuing sales of German hardware to the Turkish military.  The British are unhappy because they, too, wanted to see the Kurdish state set up in the north.  At the same time, the British are wary of scratching too hard at Erdoghan’s skin lest he turn even more surly and boot them out of Incirlik.  The French are left holding the bag in Idlib as Russia and the Syrian military make mincemeat of their enemies.  Just a few days ago, as you all heard, the Syrian Army gained complete control over the Abu Dhuhoor AB whose only real value to the terrorists was for bragging rights.  I have received one report which says that the base is being quickly repaired for future use.

Erdoghan is intent on wiping out the PKK presence in the Afreen region.  He is also intent on smashing the border forces the U.S.is developing in the northeast of Syria.  This will bring the Turk Army directly into contact with hundreds of U.S. special operations troops embedded with the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces.  Watch carefully how this unfolds because Turkey’s own future, be it with NATO or the EU, will depend on what happens.  If Erdoghan is looking to the East, it will mean he has given up on his European and American allies for good and has satisfied himself with a solid relationship with China, Russia and possibly, India.

Syria is watching these events carefully and is relying on Russia and Iran to control Erdoghan’s machinations.  If Russia is emboldening Turkey with this new invasion, it would not be wise for Dr. Al-Ja’afari to push the issue in the United Nations.  Instead, as the Turks approach Manbij, which is an area occupied by the SDF and the U.S.S.F., it might be wise for both Russia and Syria to demand the ouster of the American forces from Syria entirely.  I wonder how Britian and France will vote on such a resolution?

In the meantime, as the Damascus government turns a blind eye to Turkey’s invasion, the Syrian Army and Russian Air Force continue to pound terrorist bases in Idlib Province.  Our forces are now at peak strength awaiting improved weather to conduct a spring offensive that will shake the terrorist groups to the marrow.  Of interest to me is the fate of that bloviating degenerate from Saudi Arabia, ‘Abdullah Al-Muhaysini, who, according to Wael, is being monitored imploring his Saudi contacts to make it possible for him to return to Arabia without incident.  Evidently, there is an order to arrest him if he sets foot on Saudi soil.  But, the fact that he’s trying to arrange a smooth departure for himself and his wives indicates where his morale is presently hovering.

This U.S. plan to create a new state is a Zionist one, as I’ve written before.  It is very poorly thought out and did not take into consideration Turkey’s oft-stated opposition to any Kurdish enclave, statelet or entity on Turkey’s southern border with Syria.  The U.S. can try to assuage hurt feelings all it likes, but, the fact remains that a Kurdish state is a core security issue for Ankara.  There will be no compromise on this issue and the Turks will dash any hopes the U.S. might be entertaining of a permanent base in Syria.  You are watching a tragedy taking place as scripted by utter morons.  ZAF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I think Erdogan, George Soros, the Clintons, Obama’s, Merkel, and palestinian leadership needs to be put on trial for crimes against humanity and hung when found guilty.

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The Zionist attempt to partition Syria using the Kurds as a proxy only has one outcome if it succeeds – extended destabilization and death. Russia doesn’t want to be sucked into extended open-ended committments in Syria. Syria wants to return to a stable peaceful country. Turkey will not tolerate the existential threat arising from a Kurdish ‘state’ along its southern border. How do Syria, Russia and Turkey get out of that without triggering a massive US military response? The Turkish incursion is an excellent opportunity for the Kurds to see that the US will throw them under the bus yet… Read more »

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Thierry Meyssan: “US secrets, lies and confusion in the North of Syria”

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Breaking: Kurdish government officially calls on Syrian Army to protect Afrin from Turkey By Andrew Illingworth – 25/01/2018 0 BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:07 P.M.) – The official Kurdish administrative bureaucracy that runs Syria’s Afrin region has called on the government in Damascus to protect the region and its people from the ongoing assault against it by Turkey-led forces. Moments ago, the Afrin Self-Administration Office (a regional extension of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party) posted a statement (seen below) officially calling on the Syrian government to fulfill its duty to protect the region – a part of sovereign Syrian soil – from… Read more »

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If Syria, Turkey, Iraq and Iran do not work together and kick the Americans out of Syria, each of their nations will cease to exist in their present form. It’s time to bury old differences and confront the real enemy. Indirectly, of course.

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It is very poorly thought out and did not take into consideration Turkey’s oft-stated opposition to any Kurdish enclave, statelet or entity on Turkey’s southern border with Syria.

Even the dogs on the street are aware that Turkey was always on the carve-up list for the Zionist blueprint known as the “New Middle East”. Take a look for yourself (and this map is over 10 years old)…

https://www.globalresearch.ca/plans-for-redrawing-the-middle-east-the-project-for-a-new-middle-east/3882

So methinks the Turks fell for Obama’s “Ottoman 2.0” lies and only now are smelling the Zio-coffee. Wakey-wakey!

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Well spoken, Ziad! A smart analysis of the current situation.

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Thank you Ziad for your analysis. A great read with Magnier (https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2018/01/25/ankara-extends-the-olive-branch-to-damascus-that-is-waiting-to-pick-up-the-unfortunate-kurds/) and Moon of Alabama (http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/01/who-lost-turkey-the-us-kurdish-project-in-syria-endangers-nato-.html#more) latest articles. As Ziad is saying, all friends of Syria don’t trust the Turks at all and remember too well Erdogan shenanigans against them. But at this time, the US occupation of N.E. Syria to push the zio Yinon plan to create the “New Isisrael” is more dangerous not only for Syria, but for Turkey, Irak and Iran as well, and all those countries know it. Ziad is absolutely right when he says The Turks have already figured out that a new Kurd… Read more »

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Ziad again hits nail on the head > “The Turkish invasion appears going according to plan which Moscow, Teheran and Damascus understand in all detail. What this might mean is the Tripartite Alliance views Turkish move helpful to frustrate American plans to set up Kurdish state in NE Syria. If that is the case, it behooves us all to support Turkey even if we might chafe at the very thought of applauding anything Erdo might do. There will be no compromise and Turks will dash any hopes US might be entertaining of permanent base in Syria.” Agree. Assad promising complete… Read more »

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Napoleon’s advice not to interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake……in the case of Syria can be expanded to….do not interrupt any of your enemies when they are all making mistakes.

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Situation in northern Syria is very volatile, too many variables at the moment. 1) Afrin canton is in talks to the Syrian Government for the past few days, contradictory reports are flooding the web, but yet it is not clear the outcome and details. The fact is that if Afrin does not embrace Syria, it will suffer the same sort of terrorist attack as most of Syria suffered in the past 7 years, the only thing they need to do to stop Turkish invasion is to re embrace the Motherland. 2) Many are saying the turkish regime invasion is a… Read more »

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German weapons follow-up prior post reporting Germans upset their govt. selling tanks to Turkey against Kurds. Wait – lets follow the money > Today reported > “Germany’s govt approved massive arms exports to countries in conflict areas. CDU-SPD cabinet set new records – 47% increase past 3 yrs, despite pledges to reduce.” (For past year, German MSM news (der Spiegel, tv, etc) unrelenting 95% negative both Putin & Trump. These anti-regime change guys not appreciated by German, UK & US Military Complex business, which thrives on wars. Mike).
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The time will come when Turkey leaves NATO. And this Kurdish issue will probably be the reason. Despite the Turks being well you know Turks, you have to give it to them that they aren’t afraid of calling out the US on its bullshit. Maybe because they have finally realized that they are ultimately on the hit list too. But they are still a prize for NATO. Whether or not the Kurds are worth ditching the Turks for, only time will tell. The Anglo-Zionist empire has woven a very tangled web, and it is tripping all over the place now.… Read more »

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Here’s a good read that shows why US policy in favor of constant wars will fail: US soldiers are fed up!!! http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/were-killing-these-kids-were-breaking-the-army/

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Phase II of IDLIB OP is much extensive than Phase I (Abu Dhuhur), requiring as much manpower as possible.Syria|n General Command is expected to assign the elimination of at least 1 of following pockets:

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as the conspiracy against syria progresses, each conspirator is trying to save what he can, their plans jumble, plots fumble and confusion reins within their ranks. you would think that they all have the same mind and indeed their minds are diverse, their hearts beat at different rates, and their plots vary. the SAA and allies gain every day, which makes the other side lose every day. what a fine mess the conspirators find themselves in, of their own doing and by their very hand. he who digs a hole for his brother will fall into it first. they thought… Read more »

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It’s painful to root for Erdo-goon, but a Kurdish mini state is just what the zionists want. Perhaps it’s too late for the Kurds to open their arms to the SAA. Syria needs to draw the line with Ankara. And it’s time for Russia and Iran to throw their weight around. This whole thing could blow up in everyone’s face.

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“in what appears to be a plan to establish a Kurd state” … I’d not say that, it’s never been the plan but rather an indefinite US presence with SDF acting as the main force on the ground in order to challenge the Syrian sovereignty until the US judge it of an acceptable outcome to the situation (regime change). The problem in this configuration is that the US could make an offer that Erdo couldn’t refuse ; namely the joint occupation of northern and eastern Syria and screw the YPG who’ll be sent back to their starting blocks for the… Read more »

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January 23rd – 25th 2018 – Images and updates from Afrin, Syria

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How Russia expedited Syria’s victory!!

Su35, Su27SM, Su30SM, Su34, Su24M, Su25S, Mi 24, Mi 35, Ka52, S 400 …

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Eva Bartlett – Personal reply to the fact-challenged smears of terrorist-whitewashing Snoopes, Channel 4, La Pressa

https://www.sott.net/article/375322-Eva-Bartlett-Personal-reply-to-the-fact-challenged-smears-of-terrorist-whitewashing-Snopes-Channel-4-La-Presse

In the first part, I wrote of the Guardian’s quite unoriginal Russophobic story cheering for al-Qaeda’s rescuers, the White Helmets.

In this second part, I expose other (some serial) offenders, guilty of disinformation on the White Helmets, and war propaganda on Syria to a degree that Goebbels would be envious.

They are further guilty of ignoring the sentiments of the overwhelming majority of Syrians who call a spade a spade, a terrorist a terrorist.

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Ziad, I am reading the situation the way you are. As I mentioned in an earlier post, i am convinced that the Syrian government is in sync with Russia, and all their condemnations of Turkish aggression in the north are for public consumption. The Kurds are a much greater danger than the Turks these days.

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Syria certainly needs to deal with the Turkish/Kurdish issues, but doesn’t anyone else see what Israel is doing today in Syria’s south? Nour Samaha published a rather startling piece in The Intercept about Israel’s continuing push for soft occupation of Syrian lands beyond the Golan. Israeli troops and NGOs(Mossad) are transiting freely from occupied Golan deeper and deeper into Syrian territory while everyone’s eyes are on Idlib and Afrin. ?auto=compress%2Cformat&q=90&w=1024&h=708″ As part of this ‘humanitarian’ effort, Israel has agreed to take 100 Syrian refugee children back to Israel for three months of dormitory housing and then ‘possible’ placement in adoption… Read more »

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Thank you Ziad for your analysis. Just think how the US plans to create a Kosovo 2.0 in northern Syria would be unfolding if the coup in Turkey had been successful. The US would have had a compliant leadership in Turkey willing to accept an “independent” Kurdish homeland along their border. Anytime Erdogan drifts from the prepared script, President Putin no doubts reminds him who saved his sorry ass. When Putin retires, he could get a job herding cats. It isn’t easy keeping all these actors on the same side. Russia easily has the best diplomatic corps in the world.… Read more »

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Kurds have just asked SAA to help expel Turks from Afrin. Time for Russian, Syrian, Hezbollah and Iranian forces to do so. Do a covert Al Qaida = ISIS trick with Erdogan “in the know” or “we are fighting ISIS but actually secretly helping them”. (ie a Russia = SAA = Hezbollah = Turkey trick). Turkey pretends to lose without loss of life. SAA now have their country back. Don’t stop until it’s done.

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Seriously? what the hell? ,ErDOGan’s threat was always going to happen, there was no way on earth he was going to look like an idiot if he backed out otherwise his people would have turned their back on him for being a liar as I’ve said before. Traitors should be shot or hanged, who cares which way, if they did it once freely they will do it again, I say remove the threat for Syria’s future. Amerikilla and France etc are not relevant contrary to what many here think, they will NOT have the final say in Syria, only Russia,… Read more »

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If the Afrin Kurds “invite” the SAA for protection and Turkey claims not to attack Syria, Syria must instantly send 10k troops to secure the border and reinstall in key locations throughout the area whilst letting the Afrin Kurds instantly signing a political declaration on their commitment as they have announced.
Russia should assist to return Turkish troops peacefully.

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“Russia Turkey humiliate US in Syria”. Russia Insider.com
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Along the lines of what some sypers have been suggesting, good read, hope it pans out.
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Rescue Syrians & Yezidis from Turkey’s Human Organ Chop Chops. @georgegalloway Georgian Suite, Buswell’s Hotel, Dublin 12-1pm, Wednesday 31st January

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Brett McGurk the insufferable godfather of terrorists helped in the creation of the Islamic Emirate in Iraq in 2006 which turned into ISIS. Now want to turn ISIS into a state under Syrian Border Force.

https://www.globalresearch.ca/us-secrets-lies-and-confusion-in-the-north-of-syria-operations-in-afrine-and-manbij/5626961

Guess now you know why he wants to save ISIS, its his baby!!! He gave them birth.

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Some US backed goons were intercepted by the SAA coming from al-Tanf region controlled by the US in the south of Syria. Some weapons and jamming devices from Europe were found. Russia took notice. Here’s the Tass newspiece: http://tass.com/defense/987011

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“This U.S. plan to create a new state is a Zionist one, as I’ve written before. It is very poorly thought out and did not take into consideration Turkey’s oft-stated opposition to any Kurdish enclave, statelet or entity on Turkey’s southern border with Syria” Ziad this plan is not “poorly thought out”. It has been decades in the making. And the plan makers were fully cognizant of Turkey’s opposition. Going back in recent times to the early 2000’s- Prior to the invasion of Iraq. Creating Kurdistan aka Israel 2.0 serves a broader purpose of impeding/road blocking the silk road planned… Read more »

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” ISRAEL SEEKS TO USE FREE SYRIAN ARMY TO ESTABLISH 40KM DEEP ‘SAFE ZONE’ IN SOUTHERN SYRIA – REPORT ”

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I can’t go, I cant go back To Sou-ri-ah,
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Getting confused here about ISIS linked rats and FSA moderats close to occupied Golan. They’re both backed by zionist occupier or the latter are linked to Turkey, hence Isis aggression against them? Canthama? https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-syrian-rebels-mobilize-mega-battle-annihilate-isis-southwest-syria/

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YPG – ‘Picking a poison?’ > A SAA-YPG Alliance Would Be National Suicide for Syria. An “official” YPG source has called on SAA to fight Turkish Army & proxy militias in Afrin and in so doing, push back Turkey’s anti-YPG Operation Olive Branch. YPG’s open letter to Damascus is one part opportunistic, one part cynical and totally delusional. There are no offers to disarm or remove YPG’s secessionist flag for the flag of the Syrian Arab Republic, nor are there any guarantees that such a pact would result in the formal abandonment of the illegal Kurdish autonomous regime known by… Read more »

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Manbij > “Whoever takes Manbij, controls oil transportation in Syria,” study. “Severest clashes occur only in places major pipelines or new routes planned; conflict nothing more than fight for best positions oil & gas supplies to Europe. West’s plan to set-up Kurdish corridor failed because Russia stepped into Syrian conflict.” (Manbij pop 100,000 – ethnically diverse – Arabs, Kurds, Circassians, Chechens. Showing sequence its capture > Rebel forces took over in 2012, ISIS in 2014, SDF August 2016 incl. US special forces. Turkey’s turn. Mike).
https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201609061045022877-syria-war-pipelines-control/

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The periphery is heating up.

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Feliz ano nuevo to all my fellow Syrpers.
Jaafari: Informal Paper on Syria Is Totally Rejected
https://syrianperspective.com/2018/01/turkey-invades-and-now-the-big-question-what-will-syria-do-to-stop-erdoghan.html#comments.
Quintessential Jafari ,wit ,weisom and Irony.
Post Scriptum: Long live Syria ,Long live the SAA ,Long live Assad,Long live a free and liberated Palestine
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South Front – Syrian War Report – January 26, 2018: Turkey Obedient Slave Of Israel Threatens To Invade Manbij

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Anna News – January 26, 2018 – Breaking News – JewSA Will Continue Arming Their Death Squad Mercenary Terrorists in Syria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2qu1tkIUyc The Central Command of the US Armed Forces said that the US Department of Defense will continue to provide assistance and supply weapons to the Kurdish formations of the so called “Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS)”, despite the Turkish operation against them in Afrin. Thus, they answered the question asked by Izvestia, about the supply of weapons to the Kurds. Representatives of the department added that they “are obliged and inclined to support the SDS in the struggle to… Read more »

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US-led coalition helicopter has killed at least 7 members of #Iraq’s armed forces and wounded another 11 after striking a convoy that had just arrested a high-ranking Da’ish commander during a early morning raid in Al-Baghdadi, western Anbar province.

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It seems that US Apache helicopters (providing air support to an Iraqi army unit that had arrested senior Da’ish leader Karim Al-Samrmud) opened fire on a gathering of local police and tribal Hashd forces who had turned up to check out the ruckus. Situation still unclear.

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US renames its Syrian Border forces into the Syrian demonic Army now.

Russian military expert claims that Turkish armed forces have low combat capabilities

Yevseyev said that the number of YPG members in the region is between 6,000 and 15,000 according to various evaluations and that this number can be increased by up to 30 thousand if mobilized. At least 2.5 times of this number is required for the Turkish-led forces to move to Afrin but that such a union was not established.

http://www.fort-russ.com/2018/01/russian-military-expert-claims-that.html

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Interesting article;

Why We’re Underestimating American Collapse
http://russia-insider.com/en/why-were-underestimating-american-collapse/ri22355
The strange new pathologies of the world’s first rich failed state
Umair Haque 5 hours ago

You might say, having read some of my recent essays, “Umair! Don’t worry! Everything will be fine! It’s not that bad!” I would look at you politely, and then say gently, “To tell you the truth, I don’t think we’re taking collapse nearly seriously enough.”

to read more goto the link above…

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This is getting good. Hurry, get the popcorn.

” US troops must leave Syria’s Manbij – Turkey’s Foreign Minister ”

https://www.rt.com/news/417159-turkey-us-warning-manbij/

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Border block – Hi Bundy – asking if you (others) can locate info if Iraqi army and/or PMU are occupying border crossings in significant force to block potential for Iraqi Kurds significantly reinforcing Syrian Kurds. As we read, true or psych ops > “Turkish President Erdogan vowed on Friday to expand Ankara’s operation toward the border with Iraq.” Thanks. Mike.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/turkey-syria-expand-offensive-1.4506256