Symbiosis: A relationship of mutual benefit or dependence. ... any interdependent or mutually beneficial relationship between two persons or groups of persons
Rudaw- Pay attention to the very limited details.
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – At least 150 Kurds from the Kurdistan Region have left the Islamic State (ISIS) and other Islamist groups over the past two years and some of them are under detention by Kurdish security forces, a religious affairs official disclosed.“At least 150 Kurds” have returned to Iraq. At least 150 Iraqi Kurds, but probably more.
150 is all that is being admitted to relating to Iraq- Read on!
Mariwan Naqshbandi, spokesperson of Kurdistan’s Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs, told Rudaw that, following the ISIS attack on Kurdistan in 2014 which triggered the ongoing war, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) began efforts to stop recruitment of Kurdish youth by Islamist groups.
“Since then, 150 young people have returned back, either by turning themselves in to the Peshmerga or through continuous cooperation by the security agencies with their families,” he said.So, now it’s at least 150 ‘young people’ that have returned? No numbers on how many young people remain with the Islamist groups, such as ISIS. And what about those that died while fighting alongside ISIS? And what about those Kurds over the age of 25?
The official explained that in 2013 and 2014, 500 young people aged between 13 and 25 from the Kurdistan Region had joined ISIS. He said that 600 Kurds from Iran and 800 in Turkey had joined up with Islamist groups.Wait a minute? That is 500 young people 13-25 from Iraq’s Kurdish area + 600 young people from Iran + 800 young people from Turkey fighting alongside ISIS or other Islamists.
That’s nearly two thousand known or admitted to, 13-25 year old Kurds, fighting alongside ISIS.
How many died Or didn't return?
How many 13-25 year old Kurds remain in the ranks of ISIS?
How many Kurds older then 25 left to join ISIS?
No numbers mentioned.
Despite this being a very limited hangout kind of article it still provides us with enough information to safely, quite safely, know with certainty, that there are literally thousands and thousands of Kurds in the ranks of ISIS and other Islamist groups And that is not a surprise to me at all!
Article #2: Under the guise of the PKK, Daesh/ISIS terrorists sneak into Europe
Many Daesh terrorists were found after they first infiltrated the terrorist PKK and then traveled easily to several European countries under this PKK guise.
Those Daesh members, poised to commit bloody terrorist attacks in Europe, were trained in PKK/PYD encampments in Syria and Iraq, the source claimed.
Last September Turkish police arrested suspected members of the terrorist organization who were carrying both Daesh and PKK IDs in Izmir, in the Aegean region.
Face the facts PKK, YPG terror supporters, who number many in the so called alt media, same as the msm, you're just supporting ISIS. KurdIShIS. KurdIShIS. KurdIShIS.
These are the people who raided Iraq & Syria and are now in the process of destroying Turkey. Next will come Iran. The Kurds are Sunni Muslim and many of them are very radical, ardent, one could say fanatical islamists, just like ISIS. It's all been done in plain site. You just had to have eyes to see it. And be able to sort fact from flights of fancy.