"Turkish reconnaissance units entered the Syrian province of Idlib on Sunday, eyeing locations for surveillance posts needed for the implementation of the de-escalation zone in the region, Turkey’s Army said in a statement Monday. The northern de-escalation zone in Idlib was agreed upon by the guarantor countries – Russia, Iran and Turkey – and approved by the Syrian government within the framework of the peace negotiations in Astana. Turkish troops are operating strictly within the rules of engagement drawn up by the guarantor countries, the army stressed."Head of Turkish Red Crescent visits Syria’s Idlib
"The head of the Turkish Red Crescent has visited Syria’s northwestern Idlib province as Ankara continues to send humanitarian aid to the region.
“Nearly 700,000 people are living in Idlib in around 400 camps. They are in need of aid,” Kerem Kinik told reporters at the Cilvegozu border crossing in Turkey after visiting the region on Sunday.
“The main work we have done is to take measures to keep the flow of humanitarian aid in place,” Kinik said: “We went to the region with our friends [and] reviewed our stores and distribution systems.”Turkey's Idlib move aimed at Kurds' Mediterranean ambitions
"By deploying its army into Syria’s Idlib Province on Sunday, Ankara effectively aims to block Kurdish ambitions of reaching the Mediterranean Sea.
Gaining access to the sea is a goal long-sought by the Kurds to break their homeland’s landlocked condition."It's a given that the Turkish move into Idlib will block the Kurdish ambition to reach the Mediterranean Sea. Certainly Russia, Iran and Syria are fully aware of this!
"The prospects of Kurdish aspirations mean a geopolitical ploy whose ramifications for Ankara indicate the path to the creation of a Greater Kurdistan that would encompass about 20 Kurdish-majority provinces in the east and southeast of Turkey"And just for a laugh.. as in theatre of the absurd
- Bernard Henri Levy sees antisemitism everywhere..
And of course he is it's intended victim-
|Bernard-Henri Lévy (seated right) and Bernard Kouchner (seated left) in conversation with Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani (seated center). Photo: Bernard-Henri Lévy.|
Leading French-Jewish intellectual Bernard-Henri Lévy on Monday accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of orchestrating “the crudest, the worst” antisemitic campaign against him over his support for the September 25 independence referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan
Lévy was responding to a report published last Friday in Güneş — a muckraking Turkish tabloid that is solidly loyal to Erdogan — in which the Turkish president pointed to a photograph of Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani flanked by Bernard Kouchner, who served as a minister in successive French governments, and Lévy, who is arguably the best-known advocate for Kurdish national rights in the West.Of course he is! Because "Kurdistan" aka Israel 2.0 is part of the expansion of Israel in the region.
Lévy expressed his solidarity with the Turkish people, who he said were “subjected to a dictatorship under this paranoid despot.”
“Turkey deserves better,” he said.Levy expressed his solidarity with the Libyans, before their leader was murdered & brutally so.
Levy expressed his solidarity with the Ukrainians before their elected leader was overthrown.
Levy expressed solidarity with Syrians, as the US and Israel, tore their nation apart
I shudder at the thought of what BHL thinks is the "better" deserved by Turkey in light of his previous expressions of solidarity and their results.