Expansion of Syrian war into Turkish borders


warAccording to a report by Independent Journalists from Al-Rayi war zone in Syria, Turkey is trying to prevent the spread of the war to the border city of Elpeyli.

According to field eyewitness, Jan Harbi, Erdogan’s goal in the current time is only to protect ISIS in combat zones in Al-Rayi area in fear of fierce fighting between Syrian democratic forces and US-backed anti-terrorist coalition, and war moved to the bordering city inTurkey.

For this end, Turkey provided necessary logistic equipment quickly for ISIS while on the other hand, busy in reinforcing borders building insulation walls of barbed wire. At internal borders ISIS is used as human shields against Kurdish fighters which means ISIS are preferred than  Kurds.

Recently the state of war is declared in Elpeyli city while rare General Provisions were announce.

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Last News site published in a recent report, according to the Israeli national security website (before the official agreement with Turkey in June 28) based on the great assistance from US-led coalition forces, Russia and recently from Saudi Arabia for the Kurds, and recently the Kurds siege of  Manbij city in the north of Syria , it is also possible at any moment for Kurdish forces and fsd to control this city.

Wwhen these forces reach Afren area in northwest Syria, which seems very difficult, in fact, this will cut off the land borders between Syria and Turkey in the north that will lead to the emergence of the new state of Kurdistan. the report pointed out to the Turkish- Israeli agreement and “of course” it is not difficult for Israel to deal with the Kurds in the new situation.

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