The U.S. is attempting to incite Syria’s Arab tribes in Euphrates Shield areas against the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) in a bid to create an anti-Turkey bloc through efforts by American and European representatives who are in contact tribal leaders in the region.
The bloc is being established through an EU project based in the Hama city of Sawran, which was cleared of Daesh by the Turkish Army, and carried out under the pretext of establishing ‘dialogue between tribes and local formations.’
Monitoring tribal leaders closely
Western organizations are closely monitoring tribal leaders in the regions cleared of Daesh and Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists by the TAF and Free Syrian Army partnership, under the cover of building infrastructure in the area.
American and European representatives have met with several prominent names in Turkey’s Şanlıurfa, Kilis and Gaziantep and got in touch with tribal leaders inside Syria through intermediaries.
Based in the Hama town of Sawran and led by the U.S., efforts are underway to incite the largest tribes across Syria, such as the Baggara, Joumeili, Baddoush, Ageydat and Jeiss, who have millions among their members.
Euphrates Shield targeted
U.S. effort to incite the tribes are supported by former opposition coalition leader Ahmad Jarba through operations carried out in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
The U.S.-sponsored project aims to portray Turkey as an ‘occupying force’ to tribal leaders through agents in areas outside of Sawran, such as Kafra and Dabiq, where operations are being actively carried out.
The three regions targeted by the U.S. project are unique in that they all host a Turkish military base.
The U.S. has promised tribal leaders to supply them with weapons to ‘rescue their regions from the TAF’ in return for reaching out to sufficient numbers of their followers.
US establishes new terror organization in Syria
The U.S. has established a new terror organization in Syria called The New Syrian Army (Jaysh Suriya al-Jadid) in a bid to camouflage its ongoing cooperation with Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists who, with Washington, occupy a third of Syria’s territories.The New Syrian Army organization is set to replace Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which is another front for PKK terrorists in Syria.The American administration, which has been backing the PKK’s Syrian offshoot for two years, the Democratic Union Party (PYD), has set up three terror camps in the provinces of Hasakah and Deir Ezzor, where 2,500 PKK terrorists were drafted to be part of the new terror organization. U.S. Envoy Brett Mcgurk is said to be responsible for designing the new terror group’s logo, uniforms and its so-called management personnel.Same ploy in use againDespite all its efforts to camouflage its true purpose, the U.S.-backed SDF terrorists, which is the current PKK front allied with Washington, has carried out mass killings and forced displacements of the populations of Hasakah, rural Aleppo and Raqqa. However, American plans were exposed when former SDF spokesman Talal Sillo, who surrendered to Turkey, revealed the U.S.’s covert cooperation with Daesh, in addition to the U.S. Special Forces Command admitting that the SDF is “merely a front.”‘New terror organization to be run from Qandil’Speaking to Yeni Şafak, Hasakah’s former Governor Muhammad Shimali said that “For a while, the Pentagon has been searching for an alternative in Syria, after its trick through the SDF and its ties to the PKK have been completely exposed, and the New Syrian Army has been created for this purpose; it will soon be deployed to the field.”Shimali also said that the new PKK front will be marketed with the same propaganda of being comprised of Arab tribes, but “in reality it will be run from Qandil.”A 30,000 strong armyThe PKK has drafted 2,500 terrorists to assume duties in its new terrorist offshoot, which will be made up of 30,000 terrorists. The U.S. has sent aerial and ground shipments of arms and munitions to the new terror organization, which, according to the New Syrian Army commander Muhannad Talaa, has been awarded training and logistical headquarters assigned by the Pentagon in Hasakah and Deir Ezzor.The U.S. has supported the SDF, which consists of the PKK/PYD and other groups, in fighting Daesh in Syria but has largely ignored its links to the PKK. The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States.Turkey’s upcoming operation in Syria to extend beyond AfrinPKK is just another Daesh: Syrian FMRussia: Terrorist PKK/PYD won't be at Sochi Syria talksUS sends agent to convince Syria’s opposition to work with PKK
US attempts to encircle Turkey by increasing troop numbers in the region
After the U.S. published its annual National Security Strategy (NSS) report a few days ago which designated China and Russia as competitors, Turkey was left out of the document without being mentioned as either ‘adversary’ or ‘ally.’ The 68-page document, which was released by the Trump administration, lists Saudi Arabia and Egypt among ‘friend-ally’ countries. The absence of any mention of Turkey in the U.S. document is the latest in a series of developments that point to the deteriorating relations between the two NATO allies, as Washington continues to openly cooperate with the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)’s Syria offshoot, the PYD, despite repeated objections by Ankara, and continues its attempts to encircle Turkey by increasing the numbers of its troops in the region from 40,000 just a few a months ago, as declared by the Pentagon, to 65,000 today. Overt preparationsThe biggest increase in U.S. troops was in Turkish bases as their numbers doubled in just two months, reaching 4,000. The numbers of American troops deployed to Turkey’s army base in Qatar increased from 3,000 to 7,000 in the last 3 months alone. The U.S. also has sizeable troops stationed in Bahrain, Kuwait and Syria. This marks the biggest deployment of U.S. forces to the region since the end of the Cold War, which has been done under the pretext of NATO, in an attempt to encircle Turkey from the west. The U.S. has also deployed additional troops and munitions to Eastern Europe, in countries such as Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, among others. From Hungary to Saudi Arabia The latest Pentagon campaign aims to alter the region’s map in order to encircle Turkey by setting up an ‘American Axis’ that stretches from Hungary through Bosnia Herzegovina, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, all the way toward the Basra Gulf. Despite repeated reassurances that claim it is being set up as a defensive line against Russia, the true aim for this project are Turkey and Iran.A clash in SyriaThe U.S. also threatens Turkey from the south through its support for PKK terrorists in norther Syria, who received over 4,000 truckloads of weapons and munitions from the Pentagon over the past months. 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.The U.S. has provided the PYD/YPG, which are Syrian branches of the terrorist organization, with over 4,000 trucks containing weapons to reportedly use against the fight with Daesh, despite Ankara’s warnings that they are offshoots of the PKK. In the coming days, Turkey is preparing to launch an operation to clear PKK terrorists from Afrin and areas under their occupation west of the Euphrates Shield Operations regions. It is only a matter of time before a possible confrontation between Turk and American troops takes place either in Euphrates Shield regions or in Afrin and Manbi.US sends anti-tank TOW missiles to PKK terrorists in AfrinWar between Turkey, US in Syria’s Afrin possible: CIA report
US sends anti-tank TOW missiles to PKK terrorists in Afrin
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