The U.S. is preparing to strike the opposition-held city of Idlib in northern Syria under the false pretext that the region is being run by al-Qaeda.
Idlib, which was seized by opposition fighters in 2015, is under the alleged control of the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, an umbrella group comprised of 13 factions.
The U.S. will justify the attack on Idlib by claiming that Jabhat al-Nusra is one of the groups that make up Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, despite the former announcing, in a statement issued in 2016, that it has officially severed its ties to al-Qaeda terrorists.
Afrin, Manbij, Tal Abyad
The U.S. is preparing to launch a campaign to create a new safe haven for the PKK/PYD terrorist organization in order to install a terror corridor on Turkey’s southern border.
Following the comments by Pentagon, the Syrian opposition, for its part, has called on the White House to cooperate with the Syrians, instead of joining hands with terror organizations.
The Syrian opposition noted that tens of thousands of civilians in refugee camps are counting the days until the PKK/PYD-occupied towns of Tal Abyad, Manbij and Afrin are rid of terrorism, stressing the need to put an end to the terrorist PKK/PYD occupation.
The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States.
The PKK has been conducting armed violence in the southeastern part of Turkey since 1984. More than 40,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in the three-decade long conflict.
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The U.S.’s planned Idlib attack aims to cut the Syrian opposition’s links to Turkey by establishing a terror corridor.
The opposition pointed that the majority of Idlib’s 2.5 million displaced population looks to Turkey in order to broker a peaceful solution to the situation in the northern Syrian city, adding that the window to resolve this issue may be closing in the next few days.
The Syrian opposition also warned that a possible American attack that uses al-Qaeda as a pretext will not achieve its desired results.
If the Pentagon continues to follow the scenario it aims to impose in the region, it will only add thousands of Muslims to those massacred, and the destroyed ancient cities will multiply in numbers as new ones will rise in their place.
The U.S., which is openly leading a front that is comprised of terrorist organizations confronting Turkey, might trigger a fresh tragedy in the region.
US sends communist terrorists to Afrin
After Raqqa and its surroundings had been handed over from Daesh to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorist organization, the terrorists in the region have been directed to Afrin, which is “under the threat of Turkish Armed Forces.” Supporting the PKK-affiliated Democratic Union Party (PYD) terrorists for a long time in the north of Syria, the leftist organizations immediately take their positions in Afrin with an urgent order from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).Terror organizations uniting with the Pentagon-PKK alignment against Turkey, particularly the Revolutionary People's Liberation Party/Front (DHKP-C) and the Marxist Leninist Communist Party (MLKP), have speeded up the fortification of Afrin.Turkey needs to take action in Idlib, AfrinDefining themselves as the “DHKP-C Special Forces” or “Urgent Special Forces,” terrorist organizations are awaiting orders from Pentagon to “defend” Afrin against the opposition, and to attack Idlib against a so-called al-Qaeda threat. The Syrian Resistance (Urgent Ones/THKP-C), Mihrac Ural’s terrorist organization, sent thousands of terrorists to the region to defend a so-called Afrin canton. Ural was killed with the opposition’s pinpoint operation in March, 2016, and was never seen in the “flesh” since then, despite the claims that he “actually lives.”WASHINGTON DISTURBED BY ANKARA-MOSCOW ALLIANCEKeeping its terror corridor plan alive, the United States speeded up its preparations for an attack in Idlib in the aftermath of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s statement reading: “We are determined to extend the dagger we have put into the heart of the terror entity project through the Euphrates Shield Operation with new moves.” The U.S. has for the last week gathered intelligence with its planes and unmanned aerial vehicles circling Idlib. It is reported that Turkey and Russia’s agreement on an Afrin operation has been effective on the U.S.’s recent steps.Turkey will defend its southern border: PMPentagon, keeping a close watch on the Turkish Armed Forces’ increased shipment and military build-up, particularly in Reyhanlı, resorts to all sorts of methods to create chaos in Idlib, which was declared a “de-escalation zone” by Turkey and Russia. Washington is disturbed not only by the situation in Syria, but also all kinds of cooperation between Ankara and Moscow, especially the S-400 defense system purchase.The terror corridor will be their gravesTurkey, closely following the developments in Idlib, and limiting the crossing through Cilvegözü Border Gate in order to prevent the infiltrations of the U.S.-backed terrorists, speeded up its preparations for an operation in Afrin. The operation aims to avert PKK/PYD terrorist organization’s attacks on civilians, and prevent the terrorist organization in Afrin from spreading to the Euphrates Shield Operation region and Idlib.More Syrians returning home, still outnumbered by fresh displacements: UNThe operation will also ensure that the United States’ dream of a terror corridor is eliminated. As a passageway failing to achieve its aim to reach the Mediterranean loses its significance, all steps that the U.S. has so far taken will amount to nothing.For this reason, the U.S. had to turn toward Idlib, despite the continuation of the Raqqa operation.
Turkey will defend its southern border: PM
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said on Friday that Turkey will not allow the existence of an "artificial state" at its southern border.Speaking to reporters in Ankara after Friday prayers, Yıldırım said that Turkey will defend its borders against any threat.“We will not tolerate any efforts to form an artificial state at our borders, particularly the borders we share with Syria and Iraq.” “Under no circumstances, we will hesitate to respond in the future, as we did in the past, if we face an attack on our sovereignty and security,” he added.Necessary measures taken along border with Syria's Idlib: Turkish PMThe PKK has been conducting armed violence in the southeastern part of Turkey since 1984. More than 40,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in the three-decade long conflict.The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States. Speaking about a recent interview by Turkey’s main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu to a German newspaper, he said, “Kılıçdaroğlu should stop saying Turkey is unsafe.”In his interview, the opposition leader had said that German citizens should stop traveling to Turkey as it is unsafe, a charge he later denied.Turkey needs to take action in Idlib, Afrin
Turkey needs to take action in Idlib, Afrin
The United States and its army, the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) terrorist organization is in a state of frenzy as Turkey prepares for an Afrin operation. Sending more than 1,000 truckloads of ammunition to the terrorist organization, planning to establish a PKK state in the north of Syria, Pentagon prepares for an attack in Idlib, Afrin’s southern neighbor. The U.S. forces gather detailed intelligence regarding the situation of opposition groups in the region, often with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) from its air bases in Ayn al-Arab, Tell Abyad, and Rimeylan. The U.S.’s UAVs that fly incessantly over Idlib, Sarmada, Harem and Jisr al-Shughur records for 24 hours, and forms the final plan for the occupation under the cover of “al-Qaeda.” The U.S, on the other hand, called some of the representatives of opposition groups to İncirlik, which they have been in contact with since 2014 through the Mission Operations Center (MOC). Linked directly to the CIA, these representatives are reported to have given information regarding the locations of the Turkey-backed opposition groups in Idlib. URGENT SUMMIT AT ÇANKAYA PALACEAnkara attentively follows Pentagon’s new game, which submitted northern Syria to PKK under the cover of Daesh. The Turkish Armed Forces continues its military build-up in the Euphrates Shield region in Afrin’s east, while constantly aiding the groups affiliated to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in Idlib. An important summit was held on Wednesday at Çankaya Palace in Ankara, as the U.S.’s shipment to the PKK, and Turkey’s shipment to the FSA continues. The security meeting was chaired by Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım. Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalın, Chief of General Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, National Intelligence Organization (MİT) head Hakan Fidan, and many high-level bureaucrats attended the meeting. According to reports, the summit discussed Turkey’s possible response to the U.S.’s initiation of an occupation in Idlib.Pentagon: More than 50 percent of Raqqa liberatedFIRST BOMBS, THEN INVASIONThe Afrin-İdlib passageway, which is central to forming a U.S.-based terror corridor, is on the verge of collapse. Panicking after realizing that the Turkish Armed Forces’ Afrin operation is near, Pentagon has hit the red button, and will bomb central Idlib and its surroundings for 15-20 days. After the bombs on Muslims living as refugees in seven large settlements in the region, PKK-affiliated Democratic Union Party (PYD) terrorists will come into play. With a myriad of weapons received from the U.S. under the cover of Daesh in Manbij, Tell Abyad and Raqqa, PKK will target Idlib and receive all forms of aid from U.S. Special Forces. ASSAD WILL LEAD THE WAY FOR PKK TERRORISTSThe United States will send PKK terrorists from Afrin to Idlib in groups, and has found an alternative route for the supply line, which has been cut off due to the Euphrates Shield operation. The U.S. will provide logistical support to terrorists who will conduct a massacre in Idlib through routes that are controlled by the Assad regime. The ammunition to be brought to Kafr Jannah and Bulbul will be delivered to the PKK terrorists. The Rimeylan Air Base in al-Hasakah, and the U.S. military bases in Erbil will be used to support this process. Washington planned to make the delivery to PKK from Menagh Airport, which is located two kilometers away from Azaz, and was occupied by the terrorist organization two years ago. However, this plan was aborted as the relevant region is only seven kilometers away from Turkey’s border.Over 170,000 foreign terrorists fighting in SyriaWHO WILL ACT FIRST?Turkey is expected to take action against the United States, which on one hand uses al-Qaeda as a pretext by causing chaos through their agents in the region, and on the other hand plans to undermine the Astana process and realize its terror corridor project by PKK/PYD occupying Idlib. Thus, the Turkish Armed Forces need to take full control by launching a large operation with FSA groups in Idlib and Afrin. Unless Turkey launches this operation, the U.S. will strike the region within a week, with missiles launched from battleships in the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as its fighter jets and UAVs positioned at the military air base at the Lebanon border. Whether Ankara will push the red button before the occupant forces will become clear within the next few days.The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States.The PKK has been conducting armed violence in the southeastern part of Turkey since 1984. More than 40,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in the three-decade long conflict.ASTANA ANNOYS WASHINGTON1- The United States failed to pass the west of Euphrates due to Russia and Turkey, and picked Idlib as a target and pretext to be present in the west of Euphrates. The U.S. tries to inaugurate Idlib for an intervention by al-Qaeda, another pawn created under the cover of Daesh in the east of Euphrates. Therefore, Idlib is regarded as the fourth greatest conflict zone after Mosul, Aleppo and Raqqa.2- The U.S. tries to pull Turkey over to its side, which is involved in the Astana process along with Russia and Iran. The United States has recently resorted to Brett McGurk’s blackmail by accusing Turkey of supporting pro- al-Qaeda groups.3- Excluded from the Astana process, the U.S. is not in favor of the Astana resolutions being effective in the field, and resorts to every method in sabotaging the process. A great effort is being made to prevent Idlib from becoming a de-escalation zone.Syrian army gains ground on Jordan border in southwestTurkey detains Russian Daesh terrorist planning attackUS builds military base in Iraq for Tal Afar offensive
Turkey limits border traffic at Syria crossing: customs minister
Turkey will limit the movement of non-humanitarian goods at the Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Syria because the Syrian side is controlled by a "terrorist organization", Customs and Trade Minister Bülent Tüfenkçi said on Thursday.Last month, Hayat Tahrir al Sham, a Syrian opposition group, took control of the border area and most of Idlib province in several days of heavy fighting with its main rival, Ahrar al-Sham."Until that group's control ends, or at least weakens, there will be tight control and slowing down of the passage of all products other than humanitarian aid and food," Tüfenkçi told Turkey's NTV channel."We have no imports from Syria, we only export. Therefore, we don't have any issues in that sense," he said, adding that the issue could be resolved in the next two weeks.
Fingers on the trigger as Turkey’s Afrin operation approaches
As the first anniversary of the Euphrates Shield operation nears, Turkey is preparing to once again enter Syria and launch another ground operation against the PYD, the Syria affiliate of the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) organization. Turkey had cleared an area of 2,015 square kilometers from Daesh presence last year. Life returned to normal as displaced Syrians returned to the northern regions secured from Daesh following the Euphrates Shield operation that was launched by the Free Syrian Army (FSA), backed by the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF). Additionally, the TAF provides security, and support in rebuilding infrastructure in the region. Despite carving out a safe zone along the Azaz- Jarabulus axis, the region is still under intense attacks from PKK/PYD terrorists stationed in adjacent areas. Harassment fire has become intolerableAs terrorists in the region keep up their attacks, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan expressed Turkey’s unease regarding this issue, adding that “we drove a dagger to the heart of the terrorist project in Syria by launching the Euphrates Shield operation. We’re determined to embark on new campaigns. We will take new and important steps on this subject very soon.” Erdoğan also stressed that Turkey reserves the right to take steps at any given moment within the context of legitimate self-defense against PKK/PYD terrorists. Sources report that the situation in the Euphrates Shield regions has become intolerable.Afrin will be the first point According to security sources, the launch of the operation against PKK/PYD terrorists will be sudden, without any fore-warning, as Erdoğan had earlier stated. The remaining regions on the border with Syria will be the new points for the operation, which aims to secure more areas adjacent to those cleared from Daesh when the Euphrates Shield was launched on Aug. 24 last year.Security experts point to the need to particularly clear the Azaz- Tal Rifat – Idlib axis from PKK/PYD terrorists. Jarabulus, which regularly comes under harassment fire from terrorists, is also among the points of the new operation.The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States.The PKK has been conducting armed violence in the southeastern part of Turkey since 1984. More than 40,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in the three-decade long conflict.US base holds terror meeting in SyriaUS Special Forces train Lebanese troopsOur duty is to protect Turkish state: Deputy PM BozdağPKK terrorists issue ‘special’ car plates in Syria’s AfrinPKK/PYD kills 3 civilians in Syria's Aleppo