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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
After attending the “Victory Day” reception at the presidency on Aug. 30, I drew the following conclusions:
The U.S. claims that it will retrieve 1,000 trucks of weaponry after giving them to the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), once the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) ends. Is it possible to believe this?
What is the pain of being without a home and without a country? How painful is it to be away from home?
U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to directly give heavy weapons to the People’s Protection Units (YPG) was not a snap decision. There are deep alliances and rooted interests behind it. It looks quite unlikely that this decision will change if Turkey simply warns against it
In the western province Muğla, the local tourism managers and hotel owners association, DOKTOB, took matters into their own hands after realizing that the doors of Europe were shutting down. They turned their eyes to other and distant regions.
The title might look like a far-fetched one. Also, I have not heard any piece of news or a hint from Washington. I am only looking at what U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is saying. Also I am looking at the incidents occurring in our region.
Take a look at the Turkey-Syria-Iraq map. Put one end of a compass between Mosul and Hasakah. Widen the other arm of the compass centimeter by centimeter… Draw a circle. Keep the radius of this circle at 150 to 200 kilometers. The problem is there.
Turkish troops in Syria’s al-Bab are fighting on ground against the evil that has been a trouble for the entire world. They are fighting a war at fronts facing traps and ambushes. This is a war against all kinds of evil.
Two statements, one after the other, came on the day the Russian Foreign Ministry announced the “Syria Summit” to be held together with Turkey and Iran.
Three important news stories, one after another, were reported by international news agencies on the same day.
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