Turkish Crypto Jew President Erdogan Destroying Europe

Turkish crypto jew President Erdogan destroying Europe:

Writer Ergun Poyraz reveals

Author Ergun Poyraz, a Turkish wrote a bestselling book, The Children of Moses which is why he was 08/05/2013 sentenced to 29 years in prison for espionage against the Turkish government and he was later murdered 22 April, 2016. Ergun Poyraz reveals in his book The Children of Moses, that the current Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a crypto jew.

Poyraz tells how President Erdogan came to power in Turkey with the help of Zionists which are behind the so-called JİTEM Turkey, a Secret Turkish intelligence service. JİTEM are believed to be behind many bombings, terrorism and other illegal practices. It is also understood to have close links with Ergenek, which is part of the US CIA Operation Gladio.

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Kurdish YPG Agrees to Hand Control Over Tell Rifaat to Syrian Army – Source

Kurdish YPG Agrees to Hand Control Over Tell Rifaat to Syrian Army – Source:

The day before YPG representative in nearby Afrin Brusk Haseke confirmed to Sputnik that Syrian forces had arrived in the city despite Turkish Air Forces’ shelling.

The Kurdish Self-Defense Forces (YPG) and the Syrian armed forces have agreed on the transfer of control over the town of Tell Rifaat in northern Aleppo province to the Syrian army, the government troops will enter the settlement in the next few hours, a Syrian security source told Sputnik on Thursday.

“An agreement has been reached to pass control of the town of Tell Rifaat in Aleppo province from YPG units to the Syrian army. The Syrian army will enter the town within a few hours,” the source said.

The decision comes amid reports that Afrin Kurds had reached an agreement with Damascus to sent the government forces in Afrin to counter the Turkish military operation in the region. Later on, reports appeared saying that the Syrian government forces had entered Afrin.

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Syrian Fighters Enter Afrin; Turkey Retaliates With Immediate Bombardment Sending Turkish Lira, Stocks Tumbling

Syrian Fighters Enter Afrin; Turkey Retaliates With Immediate Bombardment Sending Turkish Lira, Stocks Tumbling:

As we reported yesterday, in a surprising twist in the ongoing Syrian proxy war, YPG Kurdish fighters in north-western Syria – who are backed by the US – had struck a deal with the Russia-backed Assad regime for Syrian forces to enter the Afrin region and repel a Turkish offensive which began last month.

Badran Jia Kurd, an advisor to the Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria told Reuters that Syrian troops will deploy along several border positions and could enter the region within the next two days: “we can cooperate with any side that lends us a helping hand in light of the barbaric crimes and the international silence,” Jia Kurd said.

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Syria pro-govt forces to enter Afrin ‘within hours’ amid Turkish military op

Syria pro-govt forces to enter Afrin ‘within hours’ amid Turkish military op – state media:

Pro-government Syrian forces are expected to enter Afrin enclave “within hours,” local media report. Earlier, an adviser to the Kurdish administration said a deal has been reached to allow Syrian forces into the embattled area.

Syria’s pro-government popular forces will enter Afrin“within hours” to support the locals “in facing the aggression” from Turkey, SANA state news agency reported on Monday, citing its correspondent in Aleppo. Syrian broadcaster al-Ikhbariya TV, also citing own reporter, said that Assad-loyal forces will arrive in the area shortly.

The reports follow the claim by the Kurdish official that the deal was reached between Damascus and the Kurdish People Protection Units (YPG) fighters. The negotiations were reportedly aimed at getting help from the Syrian government to repel the ongoing Turkish offensive on the Kurdish-held enclave of Afrin.

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Turkey Threatens To Invade Greece

Turkey Threatens To Invade Greece:

Authored by Uzay Bulut via The Gatestone Institute,

In an incident that took place less than two weeks after the Greek Defense Ministry announced that Turkey had violated Greek airspace 138 times in a single day, a Turkish coast guard patrol boat on February 13 rammed a Greek coast guard vessel off the shore of Imia, one of many Greek islands over which Turkey claims sovereignty.

Most of the areas within modern Greece’s current borders were under the occupation of the Ottoman Empire from the mid-15th century until the Greek War of Independence in 1821 and the establishment of the modern Greek state in 1832. The islands, however, like the rest of Greece, are legally and historically Greek, as their names indicate.

Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), however, and even much of the opposition seem intent on, if not obsessed with, invading and conquering these Greek islands, on the grounds that they are actually Turkish territory.

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Kurdish Fighters Strike Deal With Syrian Army To Drive Turks Out

Kurdish Fighters Strike Deal With Syrian Army To Drive Turks Out:

Confirming that the “enemy of my enemy is my friend”, YPG Kurdish fighters in north-western Syria – who as a reminder are backed by the US, the country which for 7 years has waged a proxy war to overthrow president Bashar al Assad – have struck a deal with the Russia-backed Assad regime for Syrian forces to enter the Afrin region and repel a Turkish offensive which began last month.

Badran Jia Kurd, an advisor to the Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria told Reuters that Syrian troops will deploy along several border positions and could enter the region within the next two days: “we can cooperate with any side that lends us a helping hand in light of the barbaric crimes and the international silence,” Jia Kurd said.

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White House Dismisses Reports Of Turkish Gas Attack In Syria As “Extremely Unlikely”

No investigation necessary when a NATO ally stands accused.

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‘We are at war’: Turkish helicopter ‘downed’ amid Afrin operation, 2 soldiers dead

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Turkey Detains 449 People For Criticizing Invasion Of Syria On Social Media

Turkey Detains 449 People For Criticizing Invasion Of Syria On Social Media:

Erdogan Spokesman: Opposing War Means Glorifying Terrorism

As Turkey’s invasion of northern Syria continues, so too does their policy of arresting anyone seen as even sort of opposed to the attack.

The Turkish Interior Ministry now says 449 people have been detained for criticizing the war on social media, and 124 more detained for taking part in actual protests.

Turkey’s Erdogan government doesn’t have a lot of patience for dissent, or for Kurds.

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Turkey Warns US Troops In Northern Syria May Be Targeted By Its Army

Turkey Warns US Troops In Northern Syria May Be Targeted By Its Army:

Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister said the if US troops wear “terrorists’ clothes” and find themselves among Kurdish terrorists, “there is no chance that we will make a distinction at this point.”

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Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To “Break The Legs” Of Greece’s PM

Conflict has been predicted to erupt between Turkey and Greece prior to WW3…

Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To “Break The Legs” Of Greece’s PM:

Yigit Bulut, chief advisor to Turkish President Erdogan, has threatened Greece over the disputed islet of Imia in the Eastern Aegean Sea.

“Athens will face the wrath of Turkey worse than that in Afrin,” Bulut said in a Television show of a private network.

“We will break the arms and legs of officials, of the Prime Minister and any Minister, who dares to step on the Kardak/Imia islet in the Aegean,” he claimed.

Yes, the video is in Turkish but who cares to translate full 40 seconds of a delirium talk?

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Airstrikes Blast 3,000-Year-Old Temple in Syria

Airstrikes Blast 3,000-Year-Old Temple in Syria:

Recent Turkish airstrikes on the Kurdish-held Afrin region of northern Syria have damaged an ancient temple, with 3,000-year-old stone carvings “blasted into fragments,” a watchdog group says.

The American Schools of Oriental Research’s (ASOR) Cultural Heritage Initiatives collaboration has been monitoring the destruction of monuments during the war in Syria. According to the group’s latest update, the temple of Ain Dara just south of Afrin suffered “heavy damage” after it was hit, sometime between Jan. 20 and Jan. 22.

The temple was built by a group of people known as the Aramaeans in the early first millennium B.C., after the collapse of the Hittite Empire, at a time when civilizations in the region were emerging from the Bronze Age and entering the Iron Age. [See Images of Ain Dara Temple Before and After Airstrikes]

Ain Dara’s walls are made up of basalt orthostats — massive, slab-like architectural blocks — that are elaborately carved on the interior and exterior with geometric designs, floral patterns, mythical creatures and animals like lions. The limestone pavings in the doorways between the temple’s chambers (the antecella and cella) were decorated with gigantic footprints, each 3 feet (0.9 meters) in length. Some biblical scholars have argued that the temple’s layout and decorations resemble descriptions of King Solomon’s fabled temple in scripture.

H/t reader squodgy:

“This collateral damage will probably get more coverage than the women and children.
Sad.”

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Syria’s Kurds push US to stop Turkish assault on key enclave

Syria’s Kurds push US to stop Turkish assault on key enclave:

BEIRUT (AP) — Syria’s Kurdish militia is growing frustrated with its patron, the United States, and is pressing it to do more to stop Turkey’s assault on a key stronghold in Syria. The issue reflects a deeper concern among the Kurds over their alliance with the Americans, which proved vital to defeating the Islamic State group in Syria. The Kurds fear that ultimately they and their dream of self-rule will be the losers in the big powers’ play over influence in Syria. Already the U.S. is in a tough spot, juggling between the interests of the Kurds, its only ally in war-torn Syria, and its relations with Turkey, a key NATO ally.

H/t reader eric:

“Hmmmm”

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Turkey ‘using ILLEGAL NAPALM’ against ‘CIVILIANS’ in Syria as fighting intensifies

Turkey ‘using ILLEGAL NAPALM’ against ‘CIVILIANS’ in Syria as fighting intensifies:

TURKEY has been accused of breaking international law by using napalm on civilian populations in Syria as the fighting continues to rage in the region between Turkish forces and the US-backed Kurdish militia Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG).

Last weekend Turkish ground forces pushed into northern Syria’s Afrin province after Turkey launched artillery and air strikes against the YPG – which Ankara considers a terror group.Syrian-Kurdish politician Îlham Ehmed, who is co-chairperson of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) – a secular, non-Islamist opposition in Syria – accused Turkey of using the “forbidden” weapon against civilians.

Writing on Twitter, she said: “The Turkish army uses the forbidden weapon napalm in Afrin against civilians.”

International law does not specifically prohibit the use of napalm against military targets, but its use against civilian populations is banned, according to the United Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons.

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Turkey Demands US Forces Leave Syria’s Manbij Immediately

Turkey Demands US Forces Leave Syria’s Manbij Immediately:

Turkish foreign minister Melet Cavusoglu said that Ankara is calling upon the US, its official ally in NATO, to cease any and all support to Syrian Kurdish forces and militias.

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Austria: Violent attacks at Kurdish protests by Turks in support of Erdogan in Vienna.

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Kurdish Leaders Implore Assad To Defend Afrin From The Turks

Kurdish Leaders Implore Assad To Defend Afrin From The Turks:

The Kurdish authorities in the Afrin Canton of Aleppo have called on the Syrian government of Bashar Al-Assad to defend the region from the attacking Turkish forces, the SBS News reported Thursday evening.

According to the SBS News report, a statement posted on the website for the Afrin authorities underscored the complexity of the Syrian war and the ongoing problems caused by the Turkish aggression in northern Syria.

“We call on the Syrian state to carry out its sovereign obligations towards Afrin and protect its borders with Turkey from attacks of the Turkish occupier … and deploy its Syrian armed forces to secure the borders of the Afrin area,” the statement said, as quoted by SBS News. A similar report was released by Al-Mayadeen TV on Wednesday; however, it was later denied by the official media wing of the  Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).

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Germany: Today a mass brawl erupted between 180 Turks and Kurds in Hannover airport (Video)

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Turkish Tanks Cross Into Syria As Ground Offensive Against US-Backed Militia Begins

Turkish Tanks Cross Into Syria As Ground Offensive Against US-Backed Militia Begins:

Early on Sunday, Turkish ground forces crossed the border and pushed into northern Syria’s Afrin province on Sunday, Ankara said after launching artillery and air strikes on a U.S.-backed Kurdish militia it aims to sweep from its border.

Turkey sent armored divisions into northwest Syria after a day of airstrikes as part of ‘Operation Olive Branch’ which bombed Kurdish YPG forces (“People’s Protection Units”) in and around Afrin to drive the US-allied Kurdish militia from the area. Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army fighters along with Turkish troops are now moving into the area, according to state-run Anadolu news agency.

“Our jets took off and started bombing. And now, the ground operation is underway. Now we see how the YPG … are fleeing in Afrin,” President Tayyip Erdogan said. “We will chase them. God willing, we will complete this operation very quickly.”

Quoted by Reuters, Erdogan also accused some of Turkey’s allies of providing the YPG with 2,000 plane shipments and 5,000 truckloads of ammunition; the comments were clearly aimed at the United States.

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