TURKEY COMMITS FLAGRANT ACT OF WAR; COLLABORATION WITH ISIS OBVIOUS

On Sunday, February 22, 2015 at about 3:00 a.m. (Damascus Time), Turkish troops, coordinating their movements with ISIS, the savage terrorist organization bent of reshaping the Middle East in the image of their goat God, invaded Syria to purportedly remove the remains of Sulayman Shah, the reputed father of Ertughrul who is the father of the founder of the Ottoman dynasty, Othman I.  He supposedly drowned in the Euphrates River in 1236 C.E. because he was such an imbecile he didn’t know that the armor he wore would sink him if he tried to float to the other side, hence the suggestion that Recep Erdoghan, the lame-brained fanatical Islamist Muslim Brotherhood member,  is a direct descendant of this Central Asian Seljuq mutton head.

The tomb is an “exclave” of the Turkish Republic.  The original exclave was located to the south at Ja’bar Citadel but was threatened with inundation after the Syrian government of General Haafizh Al-Asad opened the Tabqa Dam in 1973-1974.  So, both governments agreed that the tomb, so holy to the paganistic Turks, should be moved northwards to its present location which can be seen herein-above.

The exclave was created by agreement of the pathetic and malicious French authorities during the mandate period over Syria after WWI when the allied forces of France and Britain decided to divvy up the spoils of the Ottoman Empire according to the Sykes-Picot Agreement.  But, in an effort to assuage the hurt feelings of the genocidal Turks who were just feeling the blood of 2 million Armenians, inter alia, drying on their hands, they were granted this concession in 1921.

The Turkish military conducted the operation with around 600 soldiers, 100 tanks and APCs.  They evidently entered through Kobane (‘Ayn Al-‘Arab) and reached the exclave a few hours later.  One Turkish soldier was reportedly killed under very suspicious circumstances.  The Turk government claims it was an “accident”.  One thing we do know for sure is that ISIS, so close to the tomb, did not fire one shot at the Turkish army contingent and let the aggressors go about their business unmolested.

If any of you want to know how to prove Erdoghan’s complicity in the ISIS affair, look no further than this.

 

Syrian Perspective does not believe the Turks were acting to preserve the tomb’s remains.  Instead, we believe the Turks had 2 aims in mind: the first was to establish a presence in Syria without Damascus’ consent.  The second is Ankara’s fear that the Syrian Army was in a position to overrun the location of the tomb which would place its protection under the control of the government forces – a humiliating bog-wash for Erdoghan.

 

Note: I apologize to my readers for the 2 day hiatus.  I had to leave on a short trip.


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jo6pacjo6pac
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Note: I apologize to my readers for the 2 day hiatus. I had to leave on a short trip.

Glad to have you back safe and sound with this update.

Ian Bach
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Erdogan is an Arse hole

Mentat
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Translation:

a short trip == 3 day bender needed to erase the ‘triumph’ at Aleppo

Anonymous
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Mentat,,

now that Ziad is back, you can commence your ”bender” of despair at the destruction of the caliphate ideal, and its apologists.

Setright

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None of this should come as a surprise to anyone following events in Syria over the last three years. The exposed ‘secret’ recording of Erdogan’s cabinet discussing a false flag operation as an excuse to invade Syria, their prior incursions by air and land, their push for a no-fly zone in northern Syria, their insistence that NATO commit to overthrowing the Syrian government in exchange for Turk participation against ISIS, all driven by their frustration over their complete inability to influence events otherwise. Each attempt ending in abject failure, further exposing their inept and corrupt government. One can only hope… Read more »
tommytcg
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With his other hand, Erd. is negotiating the gas pipeline/storage deal with Russia. Must feel strange to be in bed with so many different bed-fellows.

Saladin
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Russia especially has lots of experience at back room high pressure diplomacy. Time to hold Erdoghan’s feet to the fire.

Anonymous
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Jobar front. The SAA finds a tunnel and demolishes a building Video
http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/02/saa-demolishes-buiding-used-by.html

Canthama
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Will Syria file a complaint in the UNSC against this territorial aggression or Turkey interference in the northern front ?

Ziad, you have a life, so, no need to apologize to anyone for carrying it on.

Anonymous
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It is as (or less) useful as writing an angry blog post about it, I believe..it’s not like the anglozionist empire follows rules, anyway

CHEVI789
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Canthama my friend, what good would it do, all the documents will be shredded anyway, the U.N is run by zionists through america, you know their stance on creating lies and destroying the truth.

And having said all the the U.N will dissolve, eventually NATO, the E.U etc.

Sicel Joe
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Death to the megolamaniac, war-mongering ErDOGan! What a two-faced lying piece of camel crap! But SAA, please show some backbone and give these Turkish pus stains all you got the next time they enter your country!

Anonymous
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It appears like territorial gains and losses have slowed down recently?

Flanders
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Sulayman Shah drowned and was never found. The tomb is/was, as far as a I know, empty.

ziad
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ziad
wow is this for real now? US and Turkey will soon become isis air force on call? they say the initial fight will be against isis and the new pigs can call up US air strikes against isis positions lmao it seems like they want syrian army to get used to this bs idea so that they will not be shot down but eventually US may strike army position if pigs are assaulted by SAA,,this is really becoming a joke,sure hope that surprise your talking about has much to do about this new coming problem ya Ziad,,and it is not… Read more »
CHEVI789
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You forget the pact with Syria and Iran, the Iranians are itching for a fight against evil, they will demolish the turks within a month at the most.

Mentat
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LOL, tug the other one, Brave Sir Robin!

ziad
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ziad
have a look at this article as well,seems like jeremy bowen just had to do another one on his interview with Assad,and it ticks me off to see him repeating the thought that the president denies barrel bombs are being used on his ppl when there is much documented evidence of this,,you see what i told you last time about the play on words these reporters use,,Assad needed to make himself more clear when he explained that they are only using bombs as oposed to barrel bombs,he needed to ask this guy what his defenition of barrel bomb means ,now… Read more »
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Sadly, 78 sons of Aleppo died in the recent Aleppo offensive. Unfortunately, every Syrian family will have to sacrifice a martyr to overcome this foreign proxy crisis. This will make the Syrian nation stronger in the long run.

Anonymous
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Inspiring video thanks for sharing Mike.

Falesteeni
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أشهد أن لا اله الا الله وأشهد ان محمد رسول الله
احمد وأشكر الله أني ولدت مسلم وسأموت مسلم وإنشاء الله اموت شهيد في سبيل الله.

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The Shark
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في الجيش العربي السوري,هذا جيش فريد من نوعه,لانه ليس مكون من المسلمين فقط,و حتى مكون من المسيح و دروز

و تحيا فلسطين

Falesteeni
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Of course!! I see NO difference habbibi. Christian brother, Muslim brother even a stone worshiping brother…etc it don’t matter to me as long as you’re not a American Imperialist/Fascist/Zionist/Nazi or Wahabi takfiri Al-Saud rat! Suria is the only secular Arab state…

Canthama
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Nurse, beautiful video, tks for sharing, inspiring it is.

ziad
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“He supposedly drowned in the Euphrates River in 1236 C.E.” perhaps it would have been better had they gave him a water burial and left his ass there,,so we would not be in this headache right now,yet it seems quite fitting they decided to put his tomb over the water on a man made inlet to remind us of his stupidity

you said isis is in the kobani area? all i see are kurds there now?,,”2 days hiatus”? thats ok every one deserves the weekends off

ziad
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so turkey done this without syrian gov permission?

ziad
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where exactly did they remove the remains to? they said another part of syria where the turks have control???and seems like this operation was granted under the kurds permission? haaa

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I do not think that it would be suspicious that Turkey saved a national treasure in face of an IS threat. We know that they like to destroy tombs and holy sites. However VERY suspicious is that the Turks destroyed themselves the tomb thereby fulfilling the IS aim. That is the proof ERDOGAN = IS. Oh, and there are reports that at the same time the Turk army “secured” an area in Syria (!) as a future burial site. Now thats not how such things are done. I hope that the Syrian gouvernment will be soon in a position to… Read more »
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Nobilibtatis: Apparently the concession had been agreed about 90 years ago, which would include right of passage to transit Syrian territory directly to and from the tomb site, with Turkish details going back and forth without any problems, to date. There has been no trouble reported from either the YPG, IS or SAA, so it’s possible that the Turks are securing whatever needs to be, in anticipation of military action in the area which could damage or destroy the tomb. The Turks pull enough crap, in reality, that there seems little purpose in blackguading them for a legitimate task. Recalling… Read more »
ziad
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suwayda gov
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al haqf was red now blk?
al asfar was red now blk?

aleppo
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rityan was under siege by saa from south east and now is all green

palmyra
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shaer gas field stil besieged from north by isis

Anonymous
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Hey Ziad, why don’t you fuck off.

ziad
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ziad

that’s not a nice thing to say to the mod

ziad
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ziad
ziad
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ok why would anyone aside from a troll give me thumbs down for this info?

schmenz
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He drowned in the 13th century AD? And now, amidst all the turmoil in Syria they want to do this archaeological work? It does indeed seem pretty fishy as an excuse.

What concerns me here is Russia. The erratic actions of Erdogan must be a burden to Russia now that it has established Turkstream…and while they are still an ally of Assad. One can only hope the sensible Russians can knock some sense into Erdogan.

ziad
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not just russia but china too who now wants to sell the dogs some missiles,,,idk wtf both of them are thinking at this time,,who’s side are they on? guess business comes first

Mikhas
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Russians do business with the Turkish trash for geo-political gains, which also gain Syria if you look at the big picture. Sure Putin have no love lost for Erdobastard and would love to help CIA throw him under the bus, but for now this suits both of them, since the white masters of barrack banana is trying to attack Syria again and the wannabe Sultan can´t possibly do more harm than he already is doing before the ant-brain realize that running the Zionazi agenda might not work in his favour in which case Turkey as we know is about to… Read more »
Hannibal
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Where did the turks move the rotten remaims? Syria should insist these remains stay in turkey and not accept a reburial in syria.
Good riddance.

Anonymous
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To a place in Syria closer to the border.

Nobilitatis
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No. It was brought to Turkey. The place in Syria was only seized.

Syrian NOT Arab
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Yes, but they are planning to rebury the body in Syria. It is ridiculous. They are claiming they did not abandon “their exclave” (it is NOT an exclave), but they destroyed it so that others could not be seen destroying what they erroneously believe is a part of Turkey. They were allowed an honor guard and they own the tomb, thats it. Now that they took it down and moved it, and those who guard it and the flag they were allowed to fly next to it went with it as they would be expected, they surrendered all of their… Read more »
vic the whip
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Interesting name you carry my friend.I think just like you.Aramean i am Ishmaelite or Hamite i’m not.

Johnny
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Yes, regard this as an opportunity. No more exclaves. It was always a way for Turkey to have some sort of hold over Syria and now they have ended that claim
Good, and make it publicly clear and specific to the whole world

Lucas
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Syria and Iraq are such beautiful lands to me, I’d love to visit. Probably part of my ideation of the Arabian landscape is because it reminds me of my home state of Idaho. The Syrian desert and the Euphrates, which reminds me of the Snake River

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Syria is like a miniature version of the world. It got deserts and green hills, it got snow and extreme heat, it has Christians, Moslems, Jews. It had alot of empires leaving there marks, it has the oldest city in the world, the dorst letters, the first music notes of humanity, thousand years before the old egyptians, the cradle of civilization. People are used to the horrible pictures of Syria from the news, but this a truly beautiful counrry and people of which we are extremely proud of, and will not lose this war against the radical Islamists and there… Read more »
tommytcg
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…the cradle of civilization. Not quite.. Humankind in this Dern Umivers has a history of approx 100 billion years. The common ancestors of many of us first came here 22 million years ago.. with beyond-lite-speed tech. Open The Pleiadian Mission, by R Winters, that based on http://www.theyfly.com and move ahead in knowledge.

the Thylacine
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Love your curveball left-field theory, which may turn out to solve many questions unanswered by Darwin, Hoyle et al.
Or, go to Alien Interview, an educational testament dictated by the (female) pilot of the Roswell UFO. http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread902378/pg1
NB: Skepticism, till proven.
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To the mentat Ziad —
If it’s good enough for Sultan Erdogan to decree his right to pick bits of Syria for an exclave, it’s good enough for the Syrian government to annex Antiochia, which is Turk-occupied Syria!

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The tomb of Suleyman Shah was sunk by the infamous Lake Assad.Stupid loyalist Turks forgot that one single thing in a foreign country(Syria),rather than their own land.The hilarious part though,is that the Turkish Prime Minister mention that the tomb will be returned back to Syria after the situation calmed down.the other hilarious part is that in the wikipedia,that the small piece of land in the Aleppo Governorate is a part of Turkey even though it is in Syria (( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomb_of_Suleyman_Shah ))

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SAA should have helped Erdogan and loaded the Turkish crap into a missile and lobbed it over the border.

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vic the whip
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The tomb that was left behind must be blown to bits so there are no memories of it,forever and ever

Nobilitatis
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Did you miss something? The Turks did that themself.
You cannot blow up memories.

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It’s not going to stop The end might appear to be in sight for the SAA SAAF ,but as a result of battlefield victories the boundaries are constantly being pushed further and further forward by the US and Allies .And they are being given the green light by Assad. Ziad Assad should get his family out of Syria and make a stand. If he does it will either mean he’s finished, or it may make them think twice about stepping foot in the place He’s being tested. FFS .Hezbollah showed him how it’s done after their people got shot up… Read more »
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Syria still has enough long range missiles to cause billions of damage to Turkish dams near its borders . Russia and Iran stand beside it .stop worrying about Assad .This Turkish collection and reburial of old bones is what my dog did in the back yard . its harmless.

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its just not even funny! Turkish troops running around Syria digging up old bones and reburying it and planting a flag ..This is exactly what DOGS do in the back yard! Mybe the Turkish soldiers should lift their right leg and pee on the bones as well instead of planting that bloody red flag !pun intended

Isabella
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Also some reports that those filthy turks raised their flag over the part of Ashma village and still remains in Syria. It’s a pure act of war and occupation. So where are warnings from Iran?

Syrian NOT Arab
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Exactly. Its time for Syria to defend herself and shatter the peace in each of the countries attacking her. Why? As soon as an incident happens it will unsettle markets, tourists, investors, and even shaky residents who might relocate elsewhere. This will turn people against their leaders for involving them in a war on Syria at the expense of their own country.

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This is just silly now Assad putting up with these Jew puppets….Erdogne sending killers into Syria….Jordans Jew puppet Abdullah bombing Syria….Syria is battle hardened now…isn’t it way past time to fight back against those Jew puppet kings and start having assassination squads to take out those snakes? Way past time for Syria to stop acting like a third world country and start telling those Jew puppets…You fuck with Syria..you die! The world will be behind Syria if they start assassinating Jew puppets!

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ISIS is a terrorist organization created by Israel and its supporters. Evidence is given in this video
http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/02/isis-created-by-israels-arab-supporters.html

Joe Kuku
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that shrine looks like a thin dick with 2 giant balls! surrounded by fluid ..

Anonymous
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Honestly why cant a proffessional Army close down a major supply route of the terrorists? Dont we have the necessary equipment to surveillance the road? Just drop barrel bombs if you have to or oil and bananas on this road for all I care destroy the whole street. Let Helicopters and tanks shoot on every truck that comes in from Turkey.

Anonymous
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How much would it cost for Syria to build a Chinese Wall at the borders of Turkey, Jordan and Israel?

the Thylacine
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I say, mines and drones will be cheaper.

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Turkey invaded Syria to get their tomb keepers back to Turkey only because the Kurds were getting close to control all the tomb area, this is the only reason Turkey has done that operation, simply because they would lose their allies (ISIS) that were protecting and feeding their soldiers in the tomb for long time. As a side benefit inside Turkey was to steer nationalism for Turkey and the Ottoman Empire. Where all this will go, have no idea, but it is clear that lines have been crossed with Syria and the YPG. This whole event could get YPG and… Read more »
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The YPG facilitated the Turkish invasion through Ayn Al-Arab aka Kobane. They are colluding with one another. It does not make them allies, but each is watching out for their own interests, and each is an enemy to Syria. There can be no closeness with enemies who are after your sovereign land.

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I recently warned that an escalation is in the works involving Turkey, Jordan and the US/UK and Israel. This ridiculous invasion of Syria to relocate an Ottoman grave is a ridiculous undertaking. Imagine, the Turks were unopposed in their invasion and still took a casualty! This does not bode well for them. Its important that everyone read the Franklin Boullion agreement of 1921, because it is the one that established Syria’s current border with Turkey with the exception of the occupation of Alexandretta which took place in 1938/1939. You can read the agreement here, the English version follows the French… Read more »
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Look, no offence to some here but here’s my two cents worth, The turks did ask for permission to enter, But the entered without permission being replied, Syria would NOT have said no because unlike the turks they have respect for the dead. Now, the turks (no capitol letters for they deserve no respect) went in with a huge amount of tanks for one reason, they thought SAA would have attacked them and needed all the armor ( read up on how the Syrian Gazelles tank hunters wreaked havoc on israeli tanks) they needed, personally i would not have ordered… Read more »
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OK, you wouldnt attack an invader so not to be duped into giving them a reason to attack you. Acceptable argument, except they violated your sovereignty and are testing you. Now, they occupy 200 meters into your territory, you may have bigger fish to fry at the moment, but at some point you need to kick them out. Are you going to wait 100 years like in the case of Iskenderun or the Jolan?

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I am commenting on now, if they had stayed there for say more than a day then i would be inclined to attack, it is not like they came in and just sat there, if they rebury him close to the borders with only sentry then that’s fine, but if they stay there with more than one tank them attack them, YOU know the turks are itching for a war, if Syria attacks for no reason then that would give NATO a green light to invade Syria. You can only imagine the MSM having a field day tugging on peoples… Read more »
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The “dead body” or whatever it was they considered important is in Turkey now. They blow up their own tomb and they did not stay there. They do stay in Syria at completely another place. I cannot see any justification for that. So, being kind I could imagine that Syria suggests Turkey to rebuild the original tomb at the place that is agreed between the two countries. They do not hold a right for Syrian land. The original place sunk in the Euphrat. If Turkey does not want the replacement that they gave up they have to use their own… Read more »
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First joint op for Turkey’s military and YPG? TSK Syria airstrikes rumored after Suleyman Shah relief convoy report: http://rt.com/news/234491-turkey-military-operation-syria/

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