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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Turkey shells Kurdish troops in Syria fighting ISIS

Kurds shelled with American weapons
The anti-ISIS Kurdish militia (YPG) are being attacked in Syria with U.S. weapons used by NATO member Turkey. The official story of ISIS is a lie. The Islamists are a creation of the CIA and our Islamist allies Turkey and Saudi Arabia. 

ISIS is a Tool of Turkey
“Erdogan uses ISIS against the Kurds. He can’t send the Turkish Army directly to Syrian Kurdistan, but he can use ISIS as an instrument against the Kurds. He has a greater Ottoman Empire in his mind, that’s his dream, while ISIS is one of the instruments [to achieve it].” 
Turkish Member of Parliament

(Cihan)  -  Turkish Military Forces have been continuing to shelling the People’s Protection Units’ (YPG) positions located Azaz in northern SyriaFırtına Howitzer Systems (As Turkish Fırtına Obüsleri) deployed Akçabağlar Military Base, located in Southeastern Turkish province of Kilis has been continuing to shell the YPG positions located near Syria’s Azaz since few days. 

Turkish Military Forces cover the fire of Democratic Union Party’s (PYD) military wing of YPG positions near Minning Airport, Tel Rifat and Sharikat regions. During the shelling it is observed the barrels of Howitzers are directing to the other targets frequently. 

According to the last observations that, the artillery fires of the Fırtına Howitzer Systems 
have become more frequent at the base the base. The frequent gap of the artillery fire has been measures as every five minutes. 

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Charged with Treason
Turkish MP Eren Erdem has been charged with treason for telling the press 
that chemical weapons were brought into Turkey and sent to ISIS.
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(RT News)  -  Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu said on Monday Ankara will not allow the town of Azaz in northern Syria to fall to the Kurdish YPG forces and promised the "harshest reaction," if the group attempts to re-take the city.

"YPG elements were forced away from around Azaz. If they approach again they will see the harshest reaction. We will not allow Azaz to fall," Davutoglu told reporters aboard his plane bound for Ukraine, Reuters reported.
He said the Turkish military would render Syria’s Menagh air base "unusable" if YPG forces do not retreat from the area, which they previously captured from Islamist militants. He warned the YPG not to move east of its Afrin region or west of the Euphrates River.
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