This news was published about 12 hours ago according to the site. (It’s 2:30 pm est)
Head of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units Siban Hamo condemned the Syrian regime or Russian shelling of a Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) position east of the Euphrates River, questioning how they can target forces that have been combating the ISIS terrorist group.
He told Asharq Al-Awsat that the shelling is a “declaration of war.”
Siban Hamo condemns either or both the Syrian regime/Russian Shelling of SDF east of the Euphrates by claiming this is a “declaration of war”
Pretty certain that the news from two days ago had the Kurdish terrorists declaring war on Syria. Let’s go back to my previous post and reread the threats made by PKK/YPG on the 15th of September..
“Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has the right to fight in any area under Daesh (IS) control in Syria and liberate it,” he said.So, two days ago the YPG/PKK/SDF (pick your brand) were threatening the Syrian army as they move to retake Syrian territory. Sure sounds to be a declaration of war. Today the YPG/PKK/SDF (pick your brand) are claiming Syria taking it’s territory back is a “declaration of war” against the YPG/PKK/SDF (pick your brand?)
“We do not allow the regime or its militias to cross to the eastern riverbank.”
“Russia says that it wants to combat terrorism, so why is it fighting an effective side that is working against the terrorists?” he wondered.
Therein lies the “BIG LIE” the one that’s been spread by so many— the Kurds fighting ISIS - working against terrorism- BIG, BIG LIE
Russia and Syria have have been fighting destabilizing/annexing terrorists all along.
"The report published Wednesday by the London-based IHS Jane Terrorism and Insurgency Centre, one of the world's leading security analysis agencies, says 43 percent of ISIS's battles between April 1, 2016 and March 31, 2017 were fought against the Syrian military and its allies, which include Russia, Iran and pro-government militias. Meanwhile, the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a majority-Kurd coalition of Arabs and ethnic minorities, accounted for 17 percent of the action against ISIS.
So, call the terrorists ISIS?. Or rebrand them SDF? Makes no difference-
Both ISIS and YPG/PKK/SDF (pick your brand/rebrand) have always had the same agenda.
Stealing territory and setting up their own administration(s). Call it a ‘caliphate?’ Rebrand it “Rojova” for Syria? Rebrand that to Greater Kurdistan if the ISIS/Kurds can join the annexed territory of Iraq and Syria?
Six of one/half a dozen of the other (two ways of describing the same dam thing!)
How many ways can one explain that KurdIShIS has been one and the same with the same agenda all along???? Why more people have not grasped this most obvious fact is incomprehensible?!
BTW: Russia has denied bombing the US proxies- Saying they only hit areas under ISIS control
Konashenkov said Russian planes had only carried out carefully targeted strikes in the area based upon information that had been confirmed from multiple sources.READ the direct quote from Konashenkov:
The strikes had only hit targets in areas under the control of Daesh, he said.
“To avoid unnecessary escalation, the commanders of Russian forces in Syria used an existing communications channel to inform our American partners in good time about the borders of our military operation in Deir Ezzor,” Konashenkov said.Russian surveillance and reconnaissance did not detect a single clash between Daesh (ISIS) and armed representatives of any "third force" on the eastern banks of the Euphrates
“In the last few days, Russian surveillance and reconnaissance did not detect a single clash between Daesh and armed representatives of any ‘third force’ on the eastern bank of the Euphrates,” he added.