My Kurd/ISIS symbiosis theory just keeps on proving itself to be accurate
Syrian Kurds battled on Saturday with forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad, Kurdish sources and a monitoring group said, breaking a longstanding tacit agreement between the two sides to focus on other enemies in a complex civil war.
In Syria’s predominantly Kurdish northeast, (same area of Syria where ISIS is holed up) Assad´s forces and Kurdish militia, mainly the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), have for the most part coexisted without clashing, focusing their firepower on the Islamic State insurgent group.
However, violence broke out when army soldiers and allied militiamen took control of buildings in an area that both sides had agreed would stay demilitarised, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said.So says SOHR- I don't always believe them. And I don't believe the building story at all.
What is bolded in read is more sensible as to why there is fighting!
“There has been some serious fighting today. The PYD (the political wing of the YPG) arrested 10 soldiers and Baath party gunmen,” Observatory head Rami Abdulrahman told Reuters. “There is now fighting in many areas of Hassakeh.” The YPG and the government had divided Hassakeh into zones in a power sharing agreement, the Observatory said.The PYD, arrested solders and militia members and the remaining fighters and army members are attempting to get their men back. That seems much more sensible.
The army shelled three Kurdish-majority areas on the edges of Hassakeh city, and fighters from YPG clashed with Syrian forces inside the city throughout the day, the YPG said on its website.
Why oh why does Hassakeh sound so familiar to me? As if I had written about this place previously? Well, actually, I did.
ISIS transfers Peshmerga fighters to Syria- US drops weapons to ISIS in Iraq!
ISIS organization has arrested 70 Peshmerga forces members and transferred them from Iraq to the Shaddadi City, which is considered an ISIS stronghold located in the southern countryside of Al-Hasakah city in Syria.
So, ISIS 'captures' Peshmerga fighters and transfers them to a city just an hours drive from Deir el Zour. Rather then leaving the fighters for dead or captivity in Iraq, ISIS transfers them into Syria at a most important time... Really making it seem as if the troops were being bolstered
And yet again ISIS shows it’s ‘humanitarian’ side and releases 350 Kurds brand Yazidi.
“ISIS freed around 350 members of Iraq's Yazidi minority on Saturday, delivering them to safety in the country's Kurdish north.
Almost all those released were elderly, disabled, or unwell, and included several infants with serious illnesses, according to a Reuters reporter who saw them arrive in the Kurdish-controlled city of Kirkuk”Wasn't that kind of ISIS? This is not the first time that ISIS has released Kurds.
However, ISIS never releases Syrians. ISIS kills Syrians. Brutally.
Just another example of that Kurd/ISIS symbiosis.