The coalition forces, led by Brett McGurk, the U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter Daesh, who has recently come to light with his anti-Turkey statements, slaughtered 46,000 civilians in operations in Iraq’s Hams and Syria’s Raqqa provinces.
Eighteen thousand civilians are unaccounted for in both provinces.
Speaking to Yeni Şafak, “At least 40,000 civilians were killed by the bombardment in only one year in Mosul. We cannot reach more than 12,000 citizens, said Izzeddin Dawlah, a member of the Council of Representatives of Iraq. On the other hand, 6,000 civilians were killed in Raqqa, another location that the anti-Daesh coalition carries out military operations. Saad al-Shawish, Head of Local Council, told Yeni Şafak that more than 5,000 people were lost during the operation process.
Turkey protests US envoy McGurk's ‘provocative’ remarks
Turkey's Foreign Ministry spokesman on Sunday protested the recent remarks of the U.S. anti-Daesh coalition envoy on Turkey calling them "provocative"."Our reaction to the statements of Brett McGurk, U.S. Special Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter Daesh, in which he associated Turkey with the presence of terrorist organizations in Idlib [in Syria] was brought to Mr. McGurk’s attention at a high-level démarche and his statements, which could be characterized as provocative, were protested," Huseyin Muftuoglu said in a written statement.McGurk's remarks came during a speech he delivered at a Washington-based think tank on Thursday.US continues to blackmail TurkeyThe statement said "Mr. McGurk was reminded of both the fact that the root causes enabling terrorist organizations to find foothold in Syria and Iraq could only be eradicated only if the deeds and actions of all relevant actors do not contradict one another."McGurk was also reminded of "our expectation that the Syria-based terrorist organization PYD/YPG is not supported for whatever the reason may be".Muftuoglu added that the Ministry's reaction to McGurk's statements would also be reiterated to the U.S. authorities by the Turkish Embassy in Washington.Terror meeting at US base in SyriaThe U.S. has supported the PKK/PYD -- considered by Turkey the Syrian offshoot of the terrorist organization PKK -- along with several other Arab militia groups under the umbrella of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), long vexing Ankara.The U.S. views the SDF as a "reliable partner" in its fight against Daesh and continues to provide it with arms and equipment against strong objection by Turkey.The PKK has waged a terror campaign against Turkey for more than 30 years that has led to the deaths of more than 40,000 people. It is a designated terror group in Turkey, the U.S. and EU.
CONSPIRING WITH TERRORISTS
The coalition forces, led by Brett McGurk, who was backlashed due to his statements in the United States regarding Idlib and al-Qaeda, conspires with many groups and names that are listed as “terrorists” by the USA. Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, included in the updated terrorist list, along with terrorist groups such as Quds Force and Hezbollah, participated in the Mosul operation as an ally force. Notorious terrorists who were trained in Qandil and sent to Syria, such as Shervan Derwish, Redur Xelil and Sipan Hemo, also cooperated with Brett McGruk at the Syria-Raqqa step of the operation.
PKK terrorists burn forests in northern Syria
Hundreds of acres of forests in Syria have been set on fire by the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) organization over the past month in northern Syria, as a preemptive measure by the terrorists before the launch of Turkey’s Euphrates Sword operation in the PKK-occupied city of Afrin.Three arson attacks in 15 daysOver the past month, four separate arson attacks were carried out by PKK and PKK-affiliated Democratic Union Party (PYD) terrorists, three of which took place during the last 15 days. Thousands of trees were set ablaze across hundreds of acres by PKK terrorists who receive logistical support from Afrin.They enter through tunnelsTerrorists have dug hidden passageways in the area, and despite constantly being destroyed by Turkish troops, PKK terrorists continue to dig more tunnels across the 65 kilometer border strip with Syria, which has been used for six years by refugees to cross to Turkey, but also to secure flow of drugs and arms to PKK terrorists.Terrorists who receive training at PKK camps located in Kafar Jannah and Raji use smuggling routes pretending to be refugees to cross into Turkey as well.Support from LatakiaLeftist terror organizations who operate in the Syrian coastal province of Latakia, in addition to intensifying the PKK shelling attacks of the locations in Turkey’s southern Hatay province, also provide support for the arsons.Syrian intelligence agents, in cooperation with the “Syrian Resistance“ organization founded by terrorist Miraç Ural, provide logistical support to PKK terrorists in the regions of Hatay, Kırıkhan and İslahiye.PKK terrorists are currently receiving training in camps located in Latakia’s al-Basit area, which are run by Syrian intelligence and a terror organization known as “Liwa İskenderun.”Same attacks on Turkmen MountainPKK/PYD terrorists, in cooperation with members of the Syrian Resistance terror group, have carried out several arson attacks on Türkmen Mountain. In the past month, hundreds of forests were set ablaze in the Turkmen towns of Kulcuk, Toros, Karamanlı, Burcu Ayn Isa, Jumeiyrin and Shahroura.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.Turkish forces kill 17 terrorists over weekHuman rights activists on TV, PKK terrorists in SyriaMore than 1,000 detained in latest anti-terror raidsTurkey protests US envoy McGurk's ‘provocative’ remarks
MOSUL IN RUINS
Eighty-eight percent of government and private buildings in Mosul, Iraq’s second biggest province, were destroyed in operations by anti-Daesh coalition Hashd Shaabi (Popular Mobilization Forces) and PKK, which are included in the U.S.’s terror list. It was stated that $12 billion is required for the reconstruction of the city, particularly districts of Mosul: al-Jadida, al-Farouq and al-Qadima. In an interview with Yeni Şafak regarding the tragedy in Mosul, Iraqi doctor Omar Hadi said:
“Many families buried their dead in the courtyard, or in rooms of their homes. People could not go out for months on end as the city was being heavily bombed. Due to the bombardments and siege, no humanitarian aid could reach Mosul for more than five months. More than 2,000 children and women lost their lives due famine and lack of medical aid.”
Dr. Omer Hadi said that “the clashes are ongoing in Mosul’s suburbs in spite of the statement claiming that the operation, which started on Oct. 17, 2016, had been concluded.
Human rights activists on TV, PKK terrorists in Syria
Photographs of the “human rights activists” wearing the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorist organization’s uniform were revealed.They promote the PKK-affiliated Democratic Union Party (PYD) in Europe and the United States, trying to gain the support of politicians and nongovernmental organizations. These terrorists, who are invited to nongovernmental organization events to make speeches and attempt to glorify the terrorist organization by joining live broadcasts on international news channels to create the perception that PKK fights against Daesh, are no different from PKK terrorists when in Syria.LIVE BROADCAST ON SKY NEWS Amongst these names is Steve Kerr, who was dismissed for drug use during his duty in the British army, and jailed for attempting to rob a bank with friends. Kerr went live on the British channel Sky News, and spoke on the humanitarian crisis in Syria. However, he joined conflict in PKK uniform, and was even injured. After his treatment, he wasted no time in returning to the front.SO-CALLED FOUNDATION HEAD, A BRITISH PKK TERRORISTBritish Macer Gifford, giving speeches in programs, and lectures at universities in many European countries, is another armed terrorist of the PKK, exactly like Kerr. Gifford is the representative of European terrorists. At times, he also goes live on Sky News. Gifford ensures that medical equipment is delivered to PKK terrorists. He is also the executive director of the Friends of Rojava Foundation, which was established with the support of the United States.Turkey protests US envoy McGurk's ‘provocative’ remarksITALIAN TERRORIST LECTURES Italian Davide Grasso is amongst hundreds of westerners who clash on the PKK front. Actively participating in the PKK’s plan to occupy Manbij with U.S. fighter jets and military equipment aid, Grasso turned back to Europe and started “civil” conferences after the PKK occupied Manbij. Grasso, who spreads PKK propaganda in his speeches at the conferences of many nongovernmental organizations, is also supported by student groups at universities.European terrorists welcomedWestern terrorists, clashing in Syria under PKK’s roof, often go abroad, and travel in Europe without any problem. Collecting money for PKK and propagating the terrorist organization, the European terrorists face no difficulties, and this situation blatantly reveals Europe’s support of terrorism.More than 1,000 detained in latest anti-terror raidsThe 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.
Seventeen of Mosul’s 24 districts destroyed
Constantly bombed under McGurk’s leadership, Trump’s special envoy, Iraq’s province of Raqqa is no different than Mosul. Reporting to Yeni Şafak, Head of Raqqa’s Local Council Saad al-Shawish said 17 districts out of 24 were destroyed in bombardments. Al-Shawish noted that the ongoing war in Raqqa was a staged battle, the city of one million population was bombed against 300 Daesh militants, and the process was deliberately prolonged.
Mosul’s population was 2.2 million before the U.S. bombardment of the city; this number dropped to 135,000 when it was stated that the province had been liberated. The population in Raqqa, previously 650,000, fell to 55,000 due to the bombardments.
US continues to blackmail Turkey
The United States, which was severely defeated by Operation Euphrates Shield and plans to turn the region into hell in order to realize its terror corridor project, unabashedly blackmails Turkey. U.S. President Donald Trump’s adviser Brett McGurk, who was awarded by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorist organization, claimed that Turkey did nothing in Idlib, which he calls “the biggest safe haven of al-Qaida since the September 11 attack,” and said the Idlib operation against Turkey which “overlooks” al-Qaida is near. The PKK-supported McGurk's statement reveals yet another plot by Pentagon - which planned the "use Daesh to plant the PYD" game - on Idlib.PREPARATIONS FOR NEW OCCUPATIONTrying to take back the initiative from Turkey and Russia, which they have lost in Idlib for a while, where those who had to leave their home because of civil war, and home to more than 2 million people, Washington picked "al-Qaida" as a new excuse, after the Daesh element they launched for occupation was eliminated. U.S. forces, on one hand, adds fuel to the conflicts between Tahrir al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham opposition groups deployed in Idlib; and on the other hand, prepares for a new occupation in the region under cover of "pro al-Qaida" groups, which they say are "Al-Nusra-affiliated." Pentagon and the CIA choose assassins from the PKK, who will constitute the Western side of the terror corridor, as in eastern Euphrates. The assassins that will rescue Idlib from so-called al-Qaida militants will receive truck-loads of weapons from their masters to use against Turkey.US attempts to blackmailTurkeyHITMEN ON THE GROUNDTurkey and Russia recently announced Idlib as a "de-conflict zone." After this announcement, al-Qaida militants started to flow in Idlib from abroad. Terrorists in the guise of al-Qaida are reported to be sent to the region by the U.S. and these groups will be used as an excuse for a new PKK occupation. Pentagon, using the PKK-affiliated Syrian Democratic Union Party (PYD) terrorist organization in eastern Euphrates, will launch large and small stray groups in the region to occupy Idlib, the opposition’s stronghold. Trying to establish a roof similar to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the signboard of the Syrian PKK, the United States will use these hitmen against the so-called al-Qaeda.TURKEY MUST INTERVENEThe United States, losing initiative in Syria to Turkey and Russia with the Astana process, wants to take the law in their own hands with its Idlib move. It is stated that an urgent intervention is a must so that a fait accompli is prevented in Idlib. Idlib’s logistic support is provided by Turkey. Turkey has for a long time set up tent cities for Syrian refugees near Hatay and Kilis.Airstrikes kill 12 PKK terrorists in Turkey, N IraqClear blackmail against TurkeyTrump’s pro-PKK/PYD adviser Brett McGurk previously threatened Turkey with unreasonable words in a panel in the U.S. McGurk, who defamed Turkey, saying it supports Daesh, claimed that al-Qaida terrorists were swarming in Idlib, and Turkey did nothing for this. “The approach by some of our partners to send tens of thousands and tons of weapons there and looking the other way while foreign fighters were going to Syria may not be the best approach. And al-Qaida has taken full advantage of it. Right now, [Idlib] is a safe haven for al-Qaida, which is right next to the Turkish border. Therefore of course we are going to discuss this subject with Turks. Just like some other [Daesh] areas where the borders are sealed and nobody was able to across, something we need think of doing the same thing in Idlib,” said McGurk.After a journalist asked McGurk if he was blaming Turkey, he gave an evasive answer. McGurk stated that this is a problem for Turkey, for the United States, and for everyone, and the United States should work closely with Turkey in fighting this issue. McGurk’s words are considered as a clear blackmail against Turkey by the United States, from which they demand support for intervention in the Idlib region, after they faced the Russian obstacle in western Euphrates. It is stated that the U.S.’s game introduced by Daesh for the terror corridor is now being played our for Idlib through al-Qaida.