Russia has activated Wagner in Syria after Ukraine, a security company similar to the hired troop of killers, "Blackwater," which the United States used in Iraq’s occupation. Russian legionaries are expected to be more active in Syria in the aftermath of "de-escalation regions" agreement signed between Washington and Moscow. Wagner, which was unofficially active and engaged in close combat in Syria since 2014, unveiled the mystery of operations after the Russian parliament approved the company’s official operation in Syria.
MUSLIMS AMONG THEM
As many as 2,000 more Wagner-linked legionaries holding Russian passports have allegedly entered Syria in early August. Thus, the number of soldiers hired by the company in Syria has reached 5,000. Among the newcomers are Chechen and Ingush native and Russian citizen Muslim fighters. Wagner members will provide the "security" of natural gas and oil-rich areas, which Russia longs to possess, as well as guaranteeing a cease-fire.
The world’s malicious plan for Syria
As Turkey works to increase its military presence in northern Syria, regional powers’ exertions to fulfill their competing agendas in the war-torn region continue.As the U.S. steps up its military support for Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists, and reaches a ceasefire agreement with Russia, in a bid to launch a political process that leaves the country, which has been gripped by a six-year civil war, looking very different from when the conflict started.A critical agreement between Iran and the PKK Iran’s crucial goal in Syria is to secure a 900 kilometer logistical corridor with which it supplies Hezbollah in Lebanon with reinforcements. As a result, Iran is working to reach a deal which guarantees that the U.S. will withdraw its special forces from the Iraqi border. The Tehran administration will support establishing a PKK/PYD state in Syria, in return for the U.S. suspending its military support for the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in the Tanif region, according to reports. Russia strives to control natural gas sources Russia’s recent rapprochement with the U.S. in Syria has drawn a great deal of attention as a result of the ceasefire in southern Syria, which was announced after the two superpowers reached an agreement. Russia, which is trying to secure its access to its bases on the mediterranean and the large underwater depots of oil and gas, is striving for a nationwide ceasefire in Syria. Russian troops, now stationed near the beseiged Eastern Ghouta region of rural Damascus to monitor the announced ceasefire, will soon be deployed to Palmyra in central Syria. The U.S. dreams of a PKK stateAfter establishing 11 military bases in PKK-occupied regions of northern Syria, the U.S. wants to begin “political solution” talks during which it aims to quickly launch a process aimed at the federalization of Syria, backed by France who wants to make sure northern Syria remains under the control of PKK terrorists. The U.S., which frequently supplies the PKK with weapons, aims to make sure northern Iraq remains under the control of PKK terrorists. Thus, it attempts to manipulate the independence process, with the support of the Maliki administration, which guarantees them control over 500,000 kilometers of the Middle East, stretching from Manbij all the way to the Gulf of Basra. Turkey wants to foil their plans Turkey is working to foil the project that aims to establish a PKK terrorist state in northern Syria.During and after the Euphrates Shield Operation, Turkey has set up close to 20 military bases in the region stretching from Jarabulus to Azaz, and recently embedded a large number of tanks and armored vehicles into Syria.The Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) announced it will respond to PKK terrorists’ transgressions in the Euphrates Shield regions by preparing to launch an operation to seize the symbolic and strategic town of Afrin. 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.Federation discussionsMeanwhile, the process aimed at finding a political solution in Syria has been officially launched by the U.S., Russia and intelligence officials. One of the initial plans sees Syria divided into three federal zones for Sunnis, Alawites and Kurds.Turkey will oppose any plans in the establishment of a PKK terrorist state, while Iran wants the Baath regime to stay in power even if Assad leaves.The post of president, which will be reserved for Sunnis, is expected to be filled by either Riyad Hijab, Firas Tlas or Manaf Tlas, all three of whom enjoy close relations with the U.S., Russia and France, and will play a major role in the upcoming process.They will burn Tal Afar!After clearing Mosul and Raqqa from Daesh terrorists, the U.S., with its allied Iraqi Army and Hashd al-Shaabi terrorists, has turned its focus to the ethnic Türkmen city of Tal Afar.Thirty civilians lost their lives in the U.S.’s two-day bombardment of the city. Prior to the civil war, the population of Tal Afar stood at 600,000 civilians. However, following the recent attacks, the city has turned into a ghost town.Eight hundred Daesh terrorists in the cityYeni Şafak spoke to Tal Afar resident Ahmed Shihlar about the attack launched by the coalition of U.S., PKK and Hashd al-Shaabi forces targeting the city of Tal Afar. According to Shihlar, the city of Tal Afar is under intense aerial and ground bombardment which started last Tuesday. At noon the following Wednesday, a ground invasion attack was launched. Prior to the war, the population of Tal Afar stood at 450,000 civilians, which has dwindled down to 80,000 today after Daesh seized control over the city, according to Shihlar. According to the estimates of the U.S. and its allies, as they were preparing for the attack, around 25,000- 30,000 civilians were living in Tal Afar.Thirty percent of the city turned to rubbleTal Afar, consisting mainly of Türkmens, located on the Syrian-Iraqi border, is of massive strategic importance due to its connection to both Syria and Iraq, making it a prime target for both Iran and the U.S. as they try to seize control over the city. Mosul Representative of the Iraq Türkmen Front Adil Selbi called on Turkey to urgently take action to prevent the loss of Tal Afar, which could spell the end of the Türkmen presence in Iraq.Civilian locations targetedAccording to the Mosul Representative of the Iraq Türkmen Front Adil Selbi, dozens of of Iraqi Türkmens were martyred in the village of Allo after U.S. bombardment commenced. “Within a few months, Tal Afar will be flattened, as was the case in Mosul. A technologically advanced superpower such as the U.S. is indiscriminately targeting civilians locations instead of striking headquarters of terrorist organizations,“ said Selbi.Weapons dealDaesh terrorists, fleeing Tal Afar to areas under the control of Peshmerga forces, are being sent to Syria’s Deir Ezzor with the help of the Talibani-linked Patriotic Kurdistan Union (KYB) terrorists. Bombs, weapons and munitions brought by Daesh terrorists from Mosul are being sold to PYD/PKK terrorists through Peshmerga forces. Last Monday, a $500 million arms deal was signed between the terrorist organizations. An army of 110,000 against 800 Daesh terrorists Ibrahim Himmetoğlu, responsible for Tal Afar refugees, says that as a 110,000-strong army is being prepared; to seize Tal Afar; for a genocide similar to the ones in Mosul and Kirkuk; and to carry out civilian massacres after demolishing the city. Himmetoğlu called on the international community to intervene before Mosul-style massacres and destruction occurs, warning that Tal Afar’s Türkmens will fall victim to those who want to forcefully alter Iraq’s demographic make-up.Lebanon army shells Daesh positions near Syria borderHeaviest clashes for months hit Syria's Hama provinceUS rescues PKK terrorists looting Raqqa'Turkey to intervene if Iraq's sovereignty threatened'‘Turkey has a historic duty’ to stop regional divide': Shiite LeaderUS embassy in Turkey denies sending tanks to groups in SyriaUS seizes Syrianopposition arms, sends them to PKK
FORMER SOLDIERS, NOW WAGNER EMPLOYEES
Engaging in conflicts in order to support pro-Russia separatist militia in Ukraine, Wagner militia have clashed with Daesh in Syria’s Palmyra. Operating covertly, the company’s employees consist of retired military men aged between 35 and 55. Wagner has allegedly chosen the Molkin town of Krasnodar in southern Russia as the training headquarters, and is named after the walkie-talkie call sign of its commanders.
CONFIDENTIALITY GROUND RULE
There is no exact information on how Wagner is financed. However, considering the fact that training on driving armored vehicles are conducted daily using tens of Kornet missiles, it is clear that great financial support is essential. The Wagner-affiliated military men are paid $1,100 monthly during their training. They need to pass these trainings to be able to be sent to war. Moscow strictly prohibits soldiers from using social media and speaking of the operations for at least 10 years.
Syrian army takes last Daesh-held town in Homs
Syrian regime and allied forces have taken the last major town in Homs province from Daesh, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Saturday, as the army advances toward terrorist strongholds in the east of the country.The town of al-Sukhna lies northeast of the regime-controlled ancient city of Palmyra.It is some 50 km (30 miles) from the administrative frontier of Deir al-Zor province which is almost entirely under Daesh control.Syrian state news agency SANA reported on Saturday that the army had encircled al-Sukhna.
Soldiers paid thousands of dollars
Wagner soldiers fighting in Ukraine have been paid between $1,700 and $3,350. Commanders’ salary has been raised up to $4,250. Making a collusion with the Syrian regime, Wagner has lost many of its members in clashes in Syria. Wagner is administered by Dmitry Utkin, a former lieutenant. While not much information could be found on Utkin, he is believed to appear as the head of Wagner, while the real head of company is someone else.
PKK/PYD kills 3 civilians in Syria's Aleppo
At least three civilians were killed and six others injured in an attack on Sunday by PKK/PYD terrorist group in Syria’s northern Aleppo province, a pro-opposition Syrian civil defense official said.The fatalities occurred when PKK/PYD terrorists attacked the opposition-held Marea town, Alaa Nima told Anadolu Agency.He said a pregnant woman was among the victims while three children were among those injured in the attack.“PYD has been targeting the town for a long time with a variety of weapons,” Nima said, asserting that Sunday's attack targeted residential areas.Meanwhile, Abdulfattah Hussein, a member of Syria’s Local Coordination Committee (LCC), said that the Syrian opposition retaliated to the PKK/PYD attacks.A number of opposition fighters were transferred to Turkey for treatment after critical injuries in clashes with the terrorist group in the western part of Marea, Hussein said.PKK/PYD had captured Tal Rifaat city as a launching point of their attack against the opposition-held areas of Marea and Azaz in Aleppo province.
Lebanon army shells Daesh positions near Syria border
The Lebanese army on Saturday shelled Daesh positions in eastern Lebanon near border with war-torn Syria, according to the military.A military statement said the artillery bombardment targeted areas where Daesh militants are holed up in Ras Baalbek.The military released footage of the attack on the militants, who are holed up in Al-Qaa groves and Ras Baalbek at the far north-east of Lebanese-Syrian border.Last week, Shia group Hezbollah expelled militants based in and around Juroud Arsal town near border with Syria. The fighting was backed by Syrian regime warplanes, while the Lebanese army did not directly participate in the operation.‘Turkey has a historic duty’ to stop regional divide': Shiite LeaderThe fighting came to a halt under a ceasefire deal between Hezbollah and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham under which militants and their families left Arsal to Syria in return for eight Hezbollah fighters captured while fighting alongside regime forces in Syria.Syria has been locked in a vicious civil war since early 2011, when the Bashar al-Assad regime cracked down on pro-democracy protests with unexpected ferocity.Since then, hundreds of thousands of Syrian civilians have been killed, according to UN officials. The Syrian regime, however, says the total number of those killed in the conflict is much lower.Lebanon president vows to fight terrorism
US rescues PKK terrorists looting Raqqa
Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)-affiliated Democratic Union Party (PYD) terrorists have looted houses of civilians in northern Raqqa, local sources reported. Supporting the terrorist organization carrying out an ethnic purge in Syria’s north for years, Pentagon had to intervene when terrorists were endangered after the recent lootings. The residents of Tal Samen, whose houses were burglarized, clashed with PKK terrorists. The United States, concerned about the lives of terrorists arrived in the district with armored vehicles and intervened in the conflict. “Cougar MRAP”-type armored vehicles, personnel carriers and Husky mine detectors established a buffer zone in the district. Tal Samen residents, protecting their houses against PKK/PYD, fear being slaughtered by the U.S. forces.'Turkey to intervene if Iraq's sovereignty threatened'MUSLIM MASSACRE CONTINUESPKK/PYD terrorists, deployed by the U.S. under the cover of Daesh, does not allow civilians who escape death in Raqqa to enter the organization-held cities. The terrorist organization takes bribes from civilians, whom they detain in stony areas where sheltering and nourishment is not possible. They also ask for a reference or guarantor from civilians who want to enter the cities. The terrorists, after a while, even send the civilians who enter city centers in this way to so-called camps. A local activist network called “Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently” announced that 121 civilians were killed by the organization’s artillery fire in June alone.Over 40 PKK terrorists 'neutralized' in eastern TurkeyTHE ONLY THING MISSING IS A TANKSending 909 truckloads of weapons-ammunition to PYD in June and July, the United States claimed that they have “not provided tanks” to the terrorist organization. Although the U.S. cannot use Daesh as an excuse for much longer, Pentagon continues to send heavy armored vehicles, personnel carriers, mine clearance devices, anti-tank systems, night vision goggles, designated marksman rifles, tons of bombs, and high-technology ammunition to the PKK. The U.S. on Thursday claimed that tanks are not among the product range that they offer to the terrorist organization. The U.S. embassy in Turkey, in a statement, denied the media reports that the United States had sent tanks to the PKK.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 embassy in Turkey denies sending tanks to groups in SyriaUS seizes Syrianopposition arms, sends them to PKK