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Kurdish commanders: CAA should help us confront the Turkish army

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An unexpected statement was made by the leaders of the Kurdish armed groups stationed in the Afrin district. TV channel "Al Mayadeen" quotes a statement by the commander of the Kurdish people's self-defense detachments (ONS / SNS) Sipan Hamu:
We appeal to the government forces. The CAA urgently needs to send reinforcements to the border with Turkey.

The Syrian army cannot remain aloof from what is happening in Afrin, where Turkish troops continue to act against the Kurdish population in Syrian territory.


Kurdish commanders: CAA should help us confront the Turkish army

Erdogan at the map, which is retouched by the Turkish General Staff


According to the field commander of the Kurds, at the moment between the detachments of the Kurdish self-defense and the Syrian armed forces "maintained a close relationship."

To date, the Kurdish ONS are engaged in active hostilities with the pro-Turkish “Syrian Free Army”. During the operation, according to reports, the pro-Turkish formations lost up to 200 people killed and more than 500 wounded. Turkey, during Operation Olive Branch, lost at least 27 to its servicemen. The Kurdish troops themselves claim a loss of about 150 fighters. Turkey claims to have eliminated "more than a thousand terrorists", meaning by the term "terrorists" precisely the Kurdish troops.

Earlier, the Kurdish security forces refused to come into contact with the Syrian government forces, preferring to seek support from the United States. Now, when the Turkish army is conducting a large-scale military operation against the YPG in the north of the province of Aleppo, Kurdish field commanders suddenly remembered the possibility of joint actions with the CAA and that the Syrian army was "responsible for the Syrian territory."
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  1. Herculesic
    Herculesic 13 February 2018 06: 15
    +23
    And the Kurds are still “call girls," have you been spraying saliva in the direction of the Syrian Army? They want to cover their asses with the legitimate army, and then when the Turks are expelled from Syria, they will hit the legitimate army in the back!
    1. Vladivostok1969
      Vladivostok1969 13 February 2018 06: 19
      +8
      Politics in general is akin to girls with low social responsibility.
      1. Lexus
        Lexus 13 February 2018 14: 40
        0
        Kurdish commanders: CAA should help us confront the Turkish army

        To begin with, it would be nice to recognize the sovereignty of Syria, stop fraternizing with the "mattresses", return the "seized" (oil and gas fields) and

        and then demand.
        Politics in general is akin to girls with low social responsibility.

        Kurdish also with weapons obtained for their "services".
        1. Uncle Sam
          Uncle Sam 13 February 2018 17: 22
          0
          Kurds demand autonomy Assad does not agree. And who should return the oil fields to Miller and Co.? So they did not give weapons to the Kurkids to protect their lands, families of children, etc.
          In order to gurgle something against the Kurds and demand something from them, you need to give something to them.
    2. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 13 February 2018 06: 22
      +11
      Here we play, here we do not play, here the herring was wrapped! wassat
      1. vlad66
        vlad66 13 February 2018 08: 38
        +9
        Earlier, Kurdish security officials refused to make contact with Syrian government forces, preferring to seek US support.

        Fried kurdish cockerel pecked in the ass and right there
        We appeal to the government forces. The CAA urgently needs to send reinforcements to the border with Turkey.
        although earlier, before the operation of the Turks
        Kurdish security officials refused to make contact with Syrian government forces,

        So the girls themselves, themselves. yes
      2. Safevi
        Safevi 13 February 2018 11: 06
        +2
        The Turks are methodically and leisurely doing their job .. Every day they take a couple of villages and heights. There are no bombings of settlements, but they could, if the terrorists dug in there. The Turks from the beginning of the operation lost the 31st military, as announced yesterday. The most remarkable thing is that real underground bunkers are captured daily, at a length of 50-70 meters, walls and ceilings are reinforced with reinforced concrete. The Kurds did not create this clearly in a couple of months, but in years and years. Afrina is 18 km away.
    3. siberalt
      siberalt 13 February 2018 06: 26
      +11
      Why don't Syrian Kurds ask Turkish Kurds for help? winked If they stir up Turkey, Erdogan will not be in Syria.
      1. dog breeder
        dog breeder 13 February 2018 06: 38
        +5
        sibiralt Today, 06:26 ↑ New
        Why don't Syrian Kurds ask Turkish Kurds for help? winked If they stir up in Turkey, Erdogan will not be up to Syria.

        Why not start negotiating? There are more than enough platforms and formats in the current realities.
      2. Herculesic
        Herculesic 13 February 2018 06: 53
        +4
        Sibiralt hi Turkish Kurds are fed by the United States, and sit on a short leash. Their task is to spoil only Erdogad, to prevent Turkey from being equal in importance with Israel. The State Department does not order to help other Kurds!
      3. Evil543
        Evil543 13 February 2018 07: 54
        +1
        Syrian Kurds needed to agree to autonomy and give CAA control over the territory. Although the Turks do not care
      4. donavi49
        donavi49 13 February 2018 09: 17
        +4
        You slept? Turkish Kurds are brought to obedience to the Sultan - by bombing their cities and sweeping forces of heavy units. They had their own Chicha in 14-16 years. They killed all the violent local Kurds - they appointed the Tsars as those who recognized the Sultan.
        1. Safevi
          Safevi 13 February 2018 11: 09
          +1
          "They killed all the violent local Kurds" - but shouldn't? Separatists with weapons on the head need to be ironed?
        2. Geisenberg
          Geisenberg 13 February 2018 12: 32
          +1
          Quote: donavi49
          You slept? Turkish Kurds are brought to obedience to the Sultan - by bombing their cities and sweeping forces of heavy units. They had their own Chicha in 14-16 years. They killed all the violent local Kurds - they appointed the Tsars as those who recognized the Sultan.


          And how else can cannibals lead to humility? Actually, the more cannibals will be destroyed, the less problems will then be among civilians.
      5. Spike Javelin Touvich
        Spike Javelin Touvich 13 February 2018 11: 52
        0
        Because Turkish Kurds are devoted to their country. Do not have the desire to deal with any scum
      6. protoss
        protoss 13 February 2018 13: 55
        +1
        So already muddied in 2015-16 and the Turks rolled them out very hard. those who escaped, dumped into Syria and now make up the backbone of the SDS, but it’s hard to get back, the Turks have built a wall.
    4. Mar.Tirah
      Mar.Tirah 13 February 2018 06: 27
      +5
      Not only squirted, but also entered into a military clash, with the SAA in the Deir ez-Zor province, with complete ignorance of the ISIS militants and the support of the US special forces. It is clear that the Kurds are different, but let them first agree on what they want? A video appeared on the Web, in which the representative of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS) is carrying out machine-gun fire at the positions of the Syrian pro-government forces in the village of At-Tabiya, reports the Euphrates Post. In more detail https://riafan.ru/1025280-v-seti-poyavilos-video-
      podtverzhdayushee-ataku-kurdov-na-saa-v-provincii
      -deir-ez-zor
      1. BARKHAN
        BARKHAN 13 February 2018 10: 48
        +1
        Quote: Mar. Tira
        It is clear that the Kurds are different, but first let them agree among themselves what they want

        Why negotiate something? Let them cut each other, let them weaken ... and then it will be easier to restore order there ... without the Kurds.
    5. Bykov.
      Bykov. 13 February 2018 06: 58
      +5
      Quote: Herkulesich
      And the Kurds are still “call girls," have you been spraying saliva in the direction of the Syrian Army? They want to cover their asses with the legitimate army, and then when the Turks are expelled from Syria, they will hit the legitimate army in the back!

      Everything is just like that. And now for the Kurds it’s time to pay for their stupidity.
      1. IL-18
        IL-18 13 February 2018 09: 59
        +1
        The Kurds have already accused Russia of having been torn to pieces by the Turks. Now, the Syrians. Voooot! While those who were given almost free of charge (USA) will not be called the source of their troubles every 30 seconds from all sites and the media, no attention should be paid to the Kurds.
    6. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 13 February 2018 10: 00
      +3
      "And the Kurds are" call girls "////

      The Kurds, by the way, kicked ISIS out of their territories first.
      Even when, that Iraqi, that the Syrian army ran away from the Ishilovites, sparkling
      heels, throwing cities without a fight.
      Then they all applauded: "in how to fight for your land!"
      1. Rakti-kali
        Rakti-kali 13 February 2018 10: 41
        +2
        Quote: voyaka uh
        Urds, by the way, drove ISIS out of their territories first.

        Dododododooo ... And then the Americans took their hands out of the backs of their puppets, and Kurds and igiloids.
      2. BARKHAN
        BARKHAN 13 February 2018 10: 53
        +1
        Quote: voyaka uh
        Then they all applauded: "in how to fight for your land!"

        Yes, everything was so. And now they are in the ass. And the ass is only growing ... And the Syrian troops are standing and waiting for complete weakening and disarmament. This is the case when greed and pride turned sideways. As it turned out, no one needed the Kurds ...
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 13 February 2018 17: 13
          +2
          "And the Syrian troops are standing and waiting for complete weakening and disarmament" ///

          And wait in such a way that the entire north-west of Syria will become Turkish.
          Or do you believe that Erdogan northwest Syria will transfer Assad,
          if he manages to squeeze from the curls from Afrin to the southeast?
          1. BARKHAN
            BARKHAN 13 February 2018 18: 56
            +1
            Quote: voyaka uh
            Or do you believe that Erdogan northwest Syria will transfer Assad,

            I think this is possible. All the same, the borders of the territory of the state of Syria are marked and recognized. Variants of the development of events are huge. When there are armed "citizens of Syria" Kurds this is one (civil war), and when Turkish troops are occupation and invasion ...
    7. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 13 February 2018 12: 33
      0
      Quote: Herkulesich
      And the Kurds are still “call girls," have you been spraying saliva in the direction of the Syrian Army? They want to cover their asses with the legitimate army, and then when the Turks are expelled from Syria, they will hit the legitimate army in the back!


      They can want anything. ))) Received in this case exactly what they deserve. Now let them not blather.
    8. Uncle Sam
      Uncle Sam 13 February 2018 17: 12
      0
      If Afrin Assad considers the territory of Syria, then he is obliged to help the Kurds.
      After all, until now, the Kurds and the Saa have not fought with each other.
      1. Rakti-kali
        Rakti-kali 14 February 2018 00: 31
        0
        Quote: Uncle Sam
        If Afrin Assad considers the territory of Syria, then he is obliged to help the Kurds.

        On July 13, 2017, Minister of Defense Afirina Bahjat Abdo, in an interview with Kurdistan24, commented on the RF’s proposal to return the Syrian administration to the region: “We didn’t throw out the regime (Assad) 5 years ago to return it now. It will never be here again.”
        So who owes what to whom?
  2. viktor.
    viktor. 13 February 2018 06: 17
    +1
    And that Fashington threw the Kurds ???
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    2. Bykov.
      Bykov. 13 February 2018 06: 53
      +2
      Quote: viktor.
      And that Fashington threw the Kurds ???

      What a surprise!!!!
    3. donavi49
      donavi49 13 February 2018 09: 21
      +4
      Not. They were Arfinsky and did not really support (this is the most commie of all - therefore they have no love). Here in Manbridge and the Euphrates, they are at the forefront. And the commander of the American forces in Syria declares that they will not leave, and if the Turks or someone else turns up, then they will enter the battle, with all that it implies.
    4. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 13 February 2018 09: 22
      +1
      Quote: viktor.
      And that Fashington threw the Kurds ???

      Not yet, but it certainly will. Mattresses are still "allies."
  3. andrewkor
    andrewkor 13 February 2018 06: 20
    0
    I am very disappointed with the Kurds. The "Divide and Conquer" policy in action. The little hands were burned, carrying "chestnuts of fire" for the USA!
  4. Herculesic
    Herculesic 13 February 2018 06: 21
    +1
    A cool photo - Erdogan is looking for the fifth corner wassat !
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 13 February 2018 06: 36
    +3
    preferring to seek US support
    As help to get and run errands in the United States, and government troops were not needed. As soon as you have done it, then immediately help. In this case, you probably have to get yourself out of the situation in which they were put by the American masters. Eating from the owner’s hands and loyally looking into his eyes does not mean that the owner owes you anything for this. Especially like an American.
  6. Alex-a832
    Alex-a832 13 February 2018 06: 48
    +6
    All this was predictable at least at the stage of Turkey’s announcement of the start of the operation against the Kurds. Kurds sold to the United States for the promise of a "roof" when creating a kind of Kurdistan beyond the eastern bank of the Euphrates. But the US Kurds, too, did not rest against any idea with any idea. The Americans need some kind of “opposition” without statehood in order to take oil directly, and not pay any quasi-state for it. The Kurds had the opportunity to negotiate with Assad autonomy, although not on particularly fabulous conditions, but for real help in getting rid of terrorists and interventionists such as the United States, but they successfully requested this moment .... Forgive ... kami, in connection with which Russia did not restrain Erdogan from his fiery love for the Kurds.
    Bottom line: they get a donut hole, not the help of CAA. Damascus was indignant for a look and on this fulfilled its mission.
    1. SPACE59
      SPACE59 13 February 2018 07: 03
      0
      Quote: Alex-a832
      Forgive ... kami, in connection with which Russia did not restrain Erdogan from his fiery love for the Kurds.

      Not that I didn’t hold back, but perhaps there was an agreement with Erdogan. Like, we offered the Kurds to let the CAA go, they refused, so we will now force them to ask for the introduction of the CAA.
      1. Alex-a832
        Alex-a832 13 February 2018 08: 53
        +2
        Kurds will not be protected from anyone. By their actions they have confirmed their danger to the interests of all countries of the region. Therefore, the Turks will shake them unhindered. SAA will not intervene for them until the Turks of the Kurds are dragged away in full.
        1. IL-18
          IL-18 13 February 2018 10: 06
          +2
          Everything is simpler. If independent Kurdistan appears today, tomorrow it will be a new friend, ally, brother, etc. for the USA. And there will already be everywhere people from the USA. But is it necessary for us and everyone else, except the USA and Israel? By the way, Turks also visited Iraqi Kurdistan.
  7. samarin1969
    samarin1969 13 February 2018 06: 52
    +6
    The pro-Turkish SSA forces are still a more principled enemy of Assad. During the assault on Aleppo, the Kurdish quarter provided assistance to the SAA. Assad should help the Kurds of Afrin. All the same, they have no prospects without entering the rights of autonomy in the Syrian state.
    At VO, most respected experts paint their views in red. But with regard to the completely left-wing democratic forces of the Afrin Kurds, the proponents of socialism abandon the principle of class solidarity. request
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 21
      +2
      Definition pronounced - leftist democratic forces of the Kurds of Afrin, - at something in tune with - most respected experts paint their views in red tones.??
      Interestingly, you yourself understand what you want to cross with ???
    2. Rakti-kali
      Rakti-kali 13 February 2018 10: 48
      +2
      Quote: samarin1969
      Assad should help Kurds Afrin

      On July 13, 2017, Minister of Defense Afirina Bahjat Abdo, in an interview with Kurdistan24, commented on the RF’s proposal to return the Syrian administration to the region: “We didn’t throw out the regime (Assad) 5 years ago to return it now. It will never be here again.”
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 13 February 2018 10: 55
        0
        The state, in principle, should roll out those who are against its integrity!
        And by whom it will be done, in this particular case, it does not matter. Assad will save his strength, and then you have to negotiate with the Turks, but here he has a strong argument behind him !!! And it turns out that he did not spread Kurds, directly !!!
        The East is a delicate matter and such options are quite there!
  8. Bykov.
    Bykov. 13 February 2018 06: 54
    +1
    ... Recall that earlier Kurdish security officials refused to make contact with the Syrian government forces, preferring to seek US support ...

    Abroad will help us ... (c.)
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 22
      +1
      Exactly, abroad will help us .... but no, as usual, bounced to the side!
  9. Lenivets2
    Lenivets2 13 February 2018 07: 09
    +1
    "Syrian army cannot stand aside from what is happening in Afrin, where Turkish troops continue to act against the Kurdish population on Syrian territory. "
    What a fright?
    I repeat once again: if this is Syrian territory, then why are the Kurds controlling it and not allowing Assad’s troops and officials?
    Wanted independence ?!
    Well, let them independently (themselves) fight the Turks. hi
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 25
      0
      We say directly - they wanted to squeeze the territory! only the extractor was too frail, and the "faithful" ally, the big brother bounced to the side.
  10. K-50
    K-50 13 February 2018 07: 14
    +4
    Kurdish commanders: CAA should help us confront the Turkish army

    If pin dos were not sold, then of course CAA and the Russians and Iranians would be nearby. But the Kurds consider themselves the most cunning, they think that you can fight with the government, and when you press them to run for help. Where is the "price" that they are willing to pay for such help, what is it? request
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 26
      +1
      There was a sturdy bolt with reverse thread on this tricky thread!
  11. oracul
    oracul 13 February 2018 07: 17
    +1
    Only with appropriate agreements, but not with the United States, but with Assad. Otherwise, then they will find a reason for treason.
  12. Piramidon
    Piramidon 13 February 2018 07: 42
    +2
    I don’t understand. Why aren’t they going to sport .., pah, to Washington. Their bosses are there.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 27
      0
      And the chefs seem to be out of the access zone, and you look at the blacklist! Not available with!
  13. bald
    bald 13 February 2018 08: 04
    +2
    Here you go! Everyone will pull the blanket over themselves. Let them rave for a while.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 37
      +1
      All these are sacrifices that people do not need at all.
      Politicians, bonzes play on the feelings and dreams of their fellow tribesmen.
      1. bald
        bald 13 February 2018 09: 54
        +2
        Good afternoon Victor. All this is so. A whole bunch of players, and peaceful suffer. Here's where to start, your opinion. To take the side of one - you automatically become an enemy for others. PS How is it on the southern borders that they say - calmly?
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 13 February 2018 10: 01
          +2
          Good afternoon.
          The Kurds want their own state, that's understandable, that's what everyone is playing on.
          It does not look like the countries, some of which they claim are enthusiastic about their activity, and it looks like they will be wet from all sides!
          I feel sorry for them humanly, people, but to ruin, to tear the one who is weaker, at the moment, this is a bad idea. Moreover, the so-called an ally, big brother, such a sivolot, whom only full cr --- n can be trusted.
          In short, it turns out another yankee started by the Yankees.
          1. bald
            bald 13 February 2018 10: 20
            +3
            Perhaps even turning for help, one of the Kurdish commanders to the SAA — a setup from the states — is the goal of getting Turkey into a war with all the Syrian government forces. (the states are at hand).
            1. rocket757
              rocket757 13 February 2018 10: 59
              +1
              Option, it is possible!
              as Comrade Sukhov said, the East is a delicate matter, Petruha! -
              We just wouldn’t get involved in all kinds of small-town disassembly .... for now, tfu-tfu-tfu, everything is adequate, norms.
              1. bald
                bald 13 February 2018 12: 03
                +2
                I think so. Do not get involved in family relationships (East, atoms later, you’ll scoop both of them smile, in life so.).
                1. rocket757
                  rocket757 13 February 2018 12: 35
                  +1
                  We already discussed entot ball of poisonous snakes called the Middle East!
                  There is simply no antidote to them. so stand by will not be superfluous.
  14. Aleksandr21
    Aleksandr21 13 February 2018 08: 38
    +1
    Recall that earlier Kurdish security officials refused to make contact with the Syrian government forces, preferring to seek support from the United States.


    Just do not need about Afrin, before the arrival of Turkey, our military stood from the center for reconciliation of the parties and the Americans were not there, those Kurds were quite loyal to us and to Syria, I remember our military often uploaded videos from those places. And when it all started, our Moscow Region (under pressure from the interests of our elite) brought the military out and stood just so that bloodshed would not begin there.
    1. mihey
      mihey 13 February 2018 09: 25
      +4
      Do not compare Tolstoy with the bald one. Ours stood there as a police. The Kurds were loyal to them, not Assad. Do not be lazy, look for statements by the Kurds before the beginning of the "olive branch" and in its early days. What are they talking about Russia and the Syrian government babbled? The Russians betrayed us, and Assad we do not need? Am I confusing anything?
      1. Aleksandr21
        Aleksandr21 13 February 2018 09: 37
        +3
        There are different Kurds in Syria, now the media is trying to push the topic; all the Kurds went under the Americans and sent Russia and Syria to hell, you better read the official statements of the Syrian government before the start of the "olive branch" and even after, the Kurds do not work closely with the SAA everything is true, but it is precisely the part that is more or less loyal to Assad, and the statement that the Russians betrayed us really was when our MO recalled its military from Afrin. Well, then what about international law? Turkey invaded the territory of a sovereign state and destroys one of the nationalities in this territory. And ours are bashfully shutting our eyes to it and this is a fact.
        1. mihey
          mihey 13 February 2018 09: 41
          +3
          Loyal in your understanding - we will not kill CAA soldiers? They (including the Afrikan Kurds) initially refused to send Assad’s troops and spoke out for saying that “we don’t need Syria - we are Kurdistan”. No? So why would they cry now?
          1. Aleksandr21
            Aleksandr21 13 February 2018 09: 44
            +2
            "According to Reuters, the Syrian government is helping the Syrian Kurdish People’s Self-Defense Forces (YPG) confront the forces of Turkey and the pro-Turkish Syrian Free Army (SSA).

            The government does not show any signs of this, but it is helping to enable YPG, civilians and politicians to reach Afrin through its territory, Reuters writes.

            Without international protection, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS), led by the Kurds, told the agency that they had reached an agreement with Damascus, which makes it possible for reinforcements from other Kurdish areas Kobani and Jazira to reach Afrin.

            "There are different ways to get reinforcements for Afrin, but the main way is through the regime’s forces. There are agreements between the two forces ... for the sake of delivering reinforcements to Afrin," said SDS spokeswoman Kino Gabriel. "The Kurds have no choice but to [collaborate] with the regime [to defend Afrin].

            According to Reuters, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad can win by doing little.

            Syrian authorities opposed Turkey’s military operations on its territory, saying they would shoot down Turkish planes if they crossed the border in the north-west of the country. But until they put their threats into action. "
            1. mihey
              mihey 13 February 2018 09: 49
              +2
              Quote: Aleksandr21
              the main path is through forces regime. There are agreements between the two forces ... for the sake of delivering reinforcements to Africa, "said SDS spokeswoman Kino Gabriel.

              Well, you yourself answered the question about the attitude of the Kurds to Assad. So why would regime to destroy their soldiers there?
              1. Aleksandr21
                Aleksandr21 13 February 2018 10: 04
                +2
                Quote: mihey

                Well, you yourself answered the question about the attitude of the Kurds to Assad. So why would regime to destroy their soldiers there?


                There we are talking about pro-American Kurds who have been granted access to help Kurds from Afrin. Syria is against the fact that Turkey invaded its territory and kills Kurds there, and there have been plenty of official statements on this subject. Another issue is that Syria does not have the opportunity to confront Turkey militarily, when problems with various terrorist organizations have not been resolved. And about Afrin, yes, I probably got excited, the Kurds are there on their own mind ....
                1. mihey
                  mihey 13 February 2018 10: 41
                  +2
                  Yes. For some reason, it seems to me that the claims of the Syrian government are connected precisely with the seizure of territory by Turkey, and not with the fact that Kurds are being mussed there. In fact, the Kurds are still that headache for Syria, Turkey, Iraq and Iran. On the other hand, no matter how cynical it looks from my side, fewer barmales from pro-Turkish gangs, fewer Kurdish militants — a profit for the region.
    2. rocket757
      rocket757 13 February 2018 09: 41
      0
      All this political games. But this is the territory of the state of Syria and the issue could be resolved only with its administration ... and then, what do we know? What they told us! Shaw was actually there, FIG knows him.
  15. Navy7981
    Navy7981 13 February 2018 09: 17
    0
    That is cunning .... e,
  16. Dimmih
    Dimmih 13 February 2018 09: 36
    +1
    CAA help the Kurds the least right now. Kurds want to get Syria into a fight for Kurdish interests, which diverge diametrically with the interests of Syria. And through Syria to push Russia and Turkey between their foreheads. Turn to Trump and Psaki, let them send the 6th fleet to Afrin, but could they come to Belarus? In general, the Kurds have a bad luck, a huge people without a state, and to be a bargaining chip and, alas, cannon fodder for a foreseeable future for a long time to come ...
  17. Urantian
    Urantian 13 February 2018 10: 13
    0
    The Turks and the militants covered by them, on Syrian soil, must be ironed by all means and means ..., the Russian army should also not stand aside and take the ostrich position ..., Turkey is our enemy and the enemy of Syria ..
  18. Incvizitor
    Incvizitor 13 February 2018 12: 09
    0
    May your America help you wink
  19. Geisenberg
    Geisenberg 13 February 2018 12: 30
    +1
    Why else ??? The head had to be thought when they refused to accept legal power. Now they got what they deserve.
  20. The poor man
    The poor man 13 February 2018 14: 52
    0
    Mom told me about deceitful love,
    Yes, wasted words.
    I plugged my ears, I did not listen to her ...
    Oh mother, mother, how right you were!
  21. raif
    raif 13 February 2018 19: 58
    0
    Kurdish simple .. tutki looking for a good "roof". in the west they demand from Syria and Russia to protect them, in the east they kill the Syrians and Russians with the same Turks and NATO. no Kurds - no problem
  22. FLOOD
    FLOOD 14 February 2018 11: 30
    0
    Quote: Uncle Sam
    Kurds demand autonomy Assad does not agree. And who should return the oil fields to Miller and Co.? So they did not give weapons to the Kurkids to protect their lands, families of children, etc.
    In order to gurgle something against the Kurds and demand something from them, you need to give something to them.

    And what should the Kurds do better than the Syrians (Arabs) themselves?
  23. FLOOD
    FLOOD 14 February 2018 11: 31
    0
    Quote: bald
    Perhaps even turning for help, one of the Kurdish commanders to the SAA — a setup from the states — is the goal of getting Turkey into a war with all the Syrian government forces. (the states are at hand).

    Yeah .. you saw it, and the Turks only sleep laughing
  24. FLOOD
    FLOOD 14 February 2018 11: 36
    0
    Quote: Herkulesich
    It turns out that at least for now, yes! Turkey, as a NATO member in bed, that is, in the region is nicer than some Kurds.

    And Russia there is a joint of Asadovo trestle or what?
  25. vladimirasha
    vladimirasha 14 February 2018 19: 55
    0
    Syria shouldn’t want anyone to protect themselves.
  26. weddu
    weddu 14 February 2018 22: 11
    0
    Kurds, one of the most unreliable peoples. "Every Kurd is a king on his mountain." Kurdish crime and legalists in the USSR and Russia, in fact, like the Georgian, were always protected by the KGB - the FSB.
  27. Ivanov IV
    Ivanov IV 15 February 2018 10: 20
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    Or maybe wait, when the Turks will destroy the Kurds? Then the tricks will be only from the Turks alone. And this is easier than from the Turks and even the Kurds .....
  28. ANDRE - LATVIA
    ANDRE - LATVIA 20 February 2018 11: 06
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    Actually, the Kurds are the same gypsies in terms of tribal organization and way of life. Hence all their shivers. And the word given to foreigners can not be kept, and hit them in the back ...