The promise made by the Biden administration and NATO leadership to fight all kinds of terrorism was torn apart at the seams as CENTCOM sent condolence messages to the families of slain PKK terrorists.
The Turkish operation preparations continue as Ankara clearly demands from Finland and Sweden, the Nordic states, to cut their ties with the PKK, a terror group.
PKK leaders endorse links with the YPG. Yet Washington continues to work with the Syria-based terror outfit.
The US Treasury department’s recent decision to lift sanctions in areas, where the Assad regime has no real control, will largely benefit the YPG/PKK terrorist group, according to experts.
The French government took no action despite receiving several warnings about her deteriorating health in a Syrian detention camp for Daesh families, her lawyers say.
While Russia and Turkey have shown willingness to keep building their ties, the two nations may face limitations due to their divergence in foreign policy.
Washington is the main funding source of the two terror groups that receive millions of dollars every year, not to mention the illicit oil revenues they extract from occupied territories.
Conditions for people in northwest Syria are “at the most critical points”, a regional spokesperson said, adding the massive scale of human displacement over such a short period of time has increased needs exponentially.
Contrary to the claims of Turkey's critics, a US Defense Department report says that the Turkish military operation in northern Syria has limited Daesh's organisational capabilities.
Moscow has allowed the Assad regime to attack Idlib despite a ceasefire as it prefers to back strongmen it can control, not revolutions.
Despite the currently strained relationship, the two NATO allies are undoubtedly stronger together than they are apart.
Colonel Myles B. Caggins shared a video showing newly-trained female YPG/PKK terrorists who claimed the need to protect themselves from the threats of Turkey. He later deleted the tweet.
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