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Ericselfie
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9/2/2016 7:17:22 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
The leader of the Kurdish party "Democratic Union" Salih Muslim said that the unexpected intervention of Turkey in military action in Syria prevented the final defeat of the "Islamic State" in northern regions of the country.

According to him, Ankara started a military operation in Syria after the command of Turkish realized that Kurdish project for creation a democratic Federation in the North of Syria will realize soon. It happened after the Kurds liberated Manbij city from the militants of "IS". There were very little time until the final expulsion of the Islamists from the Northern region.

"What is happening now in Dzharablus is a genuine occupation directed against the Kurds", Muslim said.

Recall that Turkey sent troops into Syria as part of operation "Shield of the Euphrates". The official goal of the operation is the liberation from militants of the "Islamic State" (DAESH) Dzharablus city. However, Damascus believes that the transfer of Turkish tanks is to fight with the Syrian Kurds.
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9/2/2016 10:13:03 PM
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At 9/2/2016 7:17:22 AM, Ericselfie wrote:
The leader of the Kurdish party "Democratic Union" Salih Muslim said that the unexpected intervention of Turkey in military action in Syria prevented the final defeat of the "Islamic State" in northern regions of the country.

According to him, Ankara started a military operation in Syria after the command of Turkish realized that Kurdish project for creation a democratic Federation in the North of Syria will realize soon. It happened after the Kurds liberated Manbij city from the militants of "IS". There were very little time until the final expulsion of the Islamists from the Northern region.

"What is happening now in Dzharablus is a genuine occupation directed against the Kurds", Muslim said.

Recall that Turkey sent troops into Syria as part of operation "Shield of the Euphrates". The official goal of the operation is the liberation from militants of the "Islamic State" (DAESH) Dzharablus city. However, Damascus believes that the transfer of Turkish tanks is to fight with the Syrian Kurds.

Bomb Turkey and capture their women. Use Muslim tactics against the Middle East. We bomb the entire region into oblivion, take the oil, and turn the wasteland into the home of Superbowl 50.
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Stymie13
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9/2/2016 10:52:45 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/2/2016 10:13:03 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 9/2/2016 7:17:22 AM, Ericselfie wrote:
The leader of the Kurdish party "Democratic Union" Salih Muslim said that the unexpected intervention of Turkey in military action in Syria prevented the final defeat of the "Islamic State" in northern regions of the country.

According to him, Ankara started a military operation in Syria after the command of Turkish realized that Kurdish project for creation a democratic Federation in the North of Syria will realize soon. It happened after the Kurds liberated Manbij city from the militants of "IS". There were very little time until the final expulsion of the Islamists from the Northern region.

"What is happening now in Dzharablus is a genuine occupation directed against the Kurds", Muslim said.

Recall that Turkey sent troops into Syria as part of operation "Shield of the Euphrates". The official goal of the operation is the liberation from militants of the "Islamic State" (DAESH) Dzharablus city. However, Damascus believes that the transfer of Turkish tanks is to fight with the Syrian Kurds.

Bomb Turkey and capture their women. Use Muslim tactics against the Middle East. We bomb the entire region into oblivion, take the oil, and turn the wasteland into the home of Superbowl 50.

Or pull completely out, let them cannibalize each other then when only one is left....

Why waste our resources. They will take care of most of each other
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9/3/2016 12:11:52 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/2/2016 7:17:22 AM, Ericselfie wrote:
The leader of the Kurdish party "Democratic Union" Salih Muslim said that the unexpected intervention of Turkey in military action in Syria prevented the final defeat of the "Islamic State" in northern regions of the country.

According to him, Ankara started a military operation in Syria after the command of Turkish realized that Kurdish project for creation a democratic Federation in the North of Syria will realize soon. It happened after the Kurds liberated Manbij city from the militants of "IS". There were very little time until the final expulsion of the Islamists from the Northern region.

"What is happening now in Dzharablus is a genuine occupation directed against the Kurds", Muslim said.

Recall that Turkey sent troops into Syria as part of operation "Shield of the Euphrates". The official goal of the operation is the liberation from militants of the "Islamic State" (DAESH) Dzharablus city. However, Damascus believes that the transfer of Turkish tanks is to fight with the Syrian Kurds.

Erdogan=ISIS
Death to Daesh
Victory to the YPG!
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9/3/2016 12:49:56 AM
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Of course Turkey is undermining the Kurds. Any sort of politically united Kurdistan would be a nightmare for them, domestically.
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9/3/2016 1:31:57 AM
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At 9/3/2016 12:49:56 AM, Skepsikyma wrote:
Of course Turkey is undermining the Kurds. Any sort of politically united Kurdistan would be a nightmare for them, domestically.

They don't even recognize the Kurds as a people. To the Turkish government Kurds are "Mountain Turks".
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9/3/2016 1:42:24 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/3/2016 1:31:57 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
At 9/3/2016 12:49:56 AM, Skepsikyma wrote:
Of course Turkey is undermining the Kurds. Any sort of politically united Kurdistan would be a nightmare for them, domestically.

They don't even recognize the Kurds as a people. To the Turkish government Kurds are "Mountain Turks".

Hence the conflict. Turkey doesn't want to give up strategically important land, and the Kurds want ethnic self-determination. It's obvious that the conflict is going to be moralized by both sides participating in it, but looking at it from the outside both have legitimate interests to pursue, and both sides are sympathetic.
"The Collectivist experiment is thoroughly suited (in appearance at least) to the Capitalist society which it proposes to replace. It works with the existing machinery of Capitalism, talks and thinks in the existing terms of Capitalism, appeals to just those appetites which Capitalism has aroused, and ridicules as fantastic and unheard-of just those things in society the memory of which Capitalism has killed among men wherever the blight of it has spread."
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9/3/2016 1:45:59 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/3/2016 1:42:24 AM, Skepsikyma wrote:
At 9/3/2016 1:31:57 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
At 9/3/2016 12:49:56 AM, Skepsikyma wrote:
Of course Turkey is undermining the Kurds. Any sort of politically united Kurdistan would be a nightmare for them, domestically.

They don't even recognize the Kurds as a people. To the Turkish government Kurds are "Mountain Turks".

Hence the conflict. Turkey doesn't want to give up strategically important land, and the Kurds want ethnic self-determination. It's obvious that the conflict is going to be moralized by both sides participating in it, but looking at it from the outside both have legitimate interests to pursue, and both sides are sympathetic.

I stand with the Kurds