Amnesty International accuses Kurds of war crimes in Syria

Calling himself a human rights organization Amnesty International found in Syria those who commit war crimes. It would seem that it is not difficult to find such people in Syria, because in this country there are militant groups of “Dzhebhat al-Nusra” and ISIL, but AI accuses Kurdish militias fighting the same ISIL of crimes against humanity.


Amnesty International accuses Kurds of war crimes in Syria


In today's report published by the organization Amnesty International it is reported that the Kurdish formations "deliberately squeezed" the non-Kurd population from the north of the country, and those who refused to leave their homes were "affected by force". In particular, the report states that Kurdish militiamen allegedly burned down houses belonging to the Arab population of the northern provinces of Syria.

In addition, human rights defenders from Amnesty International reported that the Kurds "punished" those Syrian citizens who lived in localities occupied by ISIL militants. The report states that people were beaten after the liberation of settlements, suspecting local residents of complicity with the Islamic State militants.

From the report of the senior expert Amnesty International on Lama Faqih crises:
Intentionally destroying the homes of civilians, and in some cases demolishing and burning entire villages, expelling local residents without any military grounds, the Autonomous Administration abuses its authority and brazenly tramples international humanitarian law, carrying out attacks that amount to war crimes. In its fight against the IG, the Autonomous Administration appears to be increasingly neglecting the rights of civilians involved in the conflict. We are witnessing an increasing displacement of residents and the destruction of their homes, which is not the result of military operations. This report contains clear evidence of a deliberate and coordinated campaign to collectively punish civilians in villages previously occupied by IS, as well as in places where a small minority of residents are suspected of supporting this group.


AI message:
Amnesty International researchers visited 14 villages and villages in the provinces of al-Hasaka and al-Raghga (Raqqa) in July and August 2015, to investigate the forced displacement of residents and the destruction of their homes in areas under the control of the Autonomous Administration.


An eyewitness message is given:
They pulled us out of our homes and started burning them ... drove the bulldozers ... They destroyed the house behind the house until the whole village was destroyed.


An obvious piquancy to this report adds the fact that the Kurdish militia is officially supported by the United States. By the way, the report itself Amnesty International is called "Syria: Destruction of villages by an ally of the United States is tantamount to a war crime."

The State Department is clearly digesting the information, and its official representative is preparing comments "in his office" ...
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  1. Same lech 13 October 2015 20: 07 New
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    From a report by Amnesty International Senior Crisis Expert Lama Fakih:
    Deliberately destroying the homes of civilians, and in some cases demolishing and burning entire villages, expelling local residents without any military reason,


    The rules of the site do not allow me to lay out cruel scenes .... and since I have been climbing in search of such things in SYRIA and IRAQ for specific sites for a long time I can say in most cases everything happens with the exact opposite.
    During the seizure of cities and villages, ISIS or AL-NUSRA militants or other similar organizations gathered people (mainly the male population) on the squares and instructively executed captured prisoners, supporters of ASAD, Christians and other Gentiles.

    There are many ways of executions ... banal shooting, chopping off the head, burning, clogging with bayonets (very cruel scenes), dragging the body on a rope and many other disgusting things ... that people with a weak mentality are better off not watching.

    Further, the most cruel things happened behind the scenes .... when people live fried like barbecue on a fire or cooked in boilers like pieces of meat, slowly stabbed with bayonets .... and all this Amnesty International should know and not speak to ASAD of the actions of people whose compared with ISIS butchers as angelic deeds.
    1. oleg-gr 13 October 2015 20: 09 New
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      Putin and Assad found a company - the Kurds.
      1. kocclissi 13 October 2015 20: 30 New
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        The State Department received a brain explosion, not otherwise!
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          Arh 13 October 2015 21: 49 New
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          I am for the Kurds to fight on one side along with the Syrians, Iraqis, Russians and find their Kurdistan!
      2. Cossack Ermak 13 October 2015 22: 00 New
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        East is a delicate matter. Although at the moment the Kurds are our allies in the fight against ISIS, do not forget about their true ultimate goal - the creation of a Kurdish state in Iraq, Turkey and Syria.
        Yes, while we are on the way. Yes, they suffered from ISIS and they hate. But to create their own state, they do not need Arabs on their territory. And they are not innocent babies. Remember only the attacks in Turkey.
        1. GRAY 13 October 2015 22: 06 New
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          Quote: Cossack Ermak
          Remember only the attacks in Turkey.

          For which no one took responsibility ...
          Terror always pursues indirect goals, for inciting hatred this is it.
          1. Cossack Ermak 13 October 2015 22: 11 New
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            For which no one took responsibility.

            I'm not talking about the latter. For 50 years, the Kurds have carried out many terrorist attacks in Turkey for which they are officially responsible.
        2. Altona 13 October 2015 22: 11 New
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          Quote: Cossack Ermak
          East is a delicate matter. Although at the moment the Kurds are our allies in the fight against ISIS, do not forget about their true ultimate goal - the creation of a Kurdish state in Iraq, Turkey and Syria.

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          In fact, there is a civil war in the region, on the territory of two states, in this war, war crimes can be hung on either side ... The same thing was done in Yugoslavia, blaming all the victims on the Serbs ... Even if the US supports someone, it’s not it means that they will not abandon the ally ... Everything is done for the sake of a momentary situation ... And in general, the USA creates and supports quasi-state formations - Kosovo, Ukraine, ISIS ... What they themselves created, they support ... This It’s profitable for them, it’s a source of bad news on TV, a source of misfortune for neighbors ...
          1. Cossack Ermak 13 October 2015 22: 15 New
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            Quote: Altona
            In fact, there is a civil war in the region, on the territory of two states, in this war, war crimes can be hung on either side ... The same thing was done in Yugoslavia, blaming all the victims on the Serbs ... Even if the US supports someone, it’s not it means that they will not abandon the ally ... Everything is done for the sake of a momentary situation ... And in general, the USA creates and supports quasi-state formations - Kosovo, Ukraine, ISIS ... What they themselves created, they support ... This It’s profitable for them, it’s a source of bad news on TV, a source of misfortune for neighbors ...

            and who argues?) It is clear where the legs grow from.)
            He helped the Kurds, helps Turkey, helps ISIS, supports the Saudis, Israel ... In short, all who can. If only this meat grinder never ended.
            1. Zoldat_A 13 October 2015 23: 47 New
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              Quote: Cossack Ermak
              He helped the Kurds, helps Turkey, helps ISIS, supports the Saudis, Israel ... In short, all who can. If only this meat grinder never ended.

              And I would also remember who financed Hitler. And also - as Churchill in 1937 called Hitler "the greatest politician of our time" ...

              I don’t know English so well to check - is there an analogue of our saying in English: "To whom is war, and to whom is mother dear?"
              1. Firstvanguard 14 October 2015 05: 56 New
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                Quote: Zoldat_A
                is there an analogue of our saying in English: "To whom is war, and to whom is mother dear?"

                Sayings - no, the principle of life - is. soldier
                1. Zoldat_A 14 October 2015 07: 32 New
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                  Quote: Firstvanguard
                  Sayings - no, the principle of life - is.

                  Somewhere, I had guessed that for the naughty Saxons to make money in the war is the most faithful and coveted earnings throughout their bloody history. War has never been a disaster for them - only business ...
            2. Seryoga DV 14 October 2015 05: 55 New
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              so the minke whales do not deny this, if I remember correctly, they call it controlled chaos, their problem is that chaos often gets out of control
              they imagined something about eternal business, forgetting about the principle of boomerang and the theory of chaos:
              Today you spat in the well, and tomorrow your house was washed away by the tsunami)
        3. Asadullah 13 October 2015 22: 26 New
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          do not forget about their true ultimate goal - the creation of a Kurdish state in Iraq, Turkey and Syria.


          Is it possible in more detail? Who is voicing this, who is the leader, what is the vision of such a state? So far, this is only talked about in the United States, when you need to put pressure on Turkey. And the Kurds themselves only talk about autonomies, about the same as they have in Iran. The second point, the Kurds are too fragmented. And while there is no political force that could unite them.

          Yes, and finally, do you think that a people of forty million people does not have the right to their statehood, and Estonia, of a million, has?
          1. Cossack Ermak 13 October 2015 22: 36 New
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            Quote: Asadullah
            Is it possible in more detail? Who is voicing this, who is the leader, what is the vision of such a state? So far, this is only talked about in the United States, when you need to put pressure on Turkey. And the Kurds themselves only talk about autonomies, about the same as they have in Iran. The second point, the Kurds are too fragmented. And while there is no political force that could unite them.

            Yes, and finally, do you think that a people of forty million people does not have the right to their statehood, and Estonia, of a million, has?

            I am not against the Kurds and their statehood. this is first
            Secondly, do not make fun of autonomy. Kurds live compactly in 3 = x countries. And even suppose that suddenly they all got autonomy there. Will you be so naive that they will not want more? There are 40 million of them.
            their leader .... Well, let's say you know about the leader of the Kurdish workers' party sitting in Turkey.
          2. V.ic 14 October 2015 06: 29 New
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            Quote: Asadullah
            does Estonia have a million people?

            Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania are artificial formations created by the Entente as a “sanitary cordon” against Bolshevik Russia (limitrophes).
        4. gans_sp 13 October 2015 22: 47 New
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          I can be mistaken, as far as I remember, the attacks of the Kurds were always directed against the army or the police
        5. Zoldat_A 13 October 2015 23: 58 New
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          Quote: Cossack Ermak
          Although at the moment the Kurds are our allies in the fight against ISIS, do not forget about their true ultimate goal - the creation of a Kurdish state in Iraq, Turkey and Syria.
          Yes, while we are on the way. Yes, they suffered from ISIS and they hate.

          Already in Moscow, one could hear how Churchill's teeth gritted when he called us allies ... And where to go? If it were not for the USSR, Great Britain would have lived a maximum of a couple of months - until the first German landing.

          The war did not end yet, and he was already persuading the United States (in April 1945!) To atomic bombing of the USSR.

          And when it became clear that there was nothing to fear, in 1946, in Fulton, Sir Winston turned around in full, showed jackals teeth from under pig's cheeks ...

          Why am I talking about Churchill? And besides, for now, maybe we are on the way ... And then, after ISIS, when the Kurds want to chop off a piece from the same Assad? Who will we bomb? Maybe you need to be determined right away? Only under no circumstances should you base your decision on the opinion of such ideological sluts as Amnesty ...
        6. Foxmara 14 October 2015 01: 49 New
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          do not forget that the Kurds were forcibly divided into artificial states, thus creating an age-old conflict. Something to do with this.
    2. Vladimirets 13 October 2015 20: 10 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      in most cases, everything happens with the exact opposite.

      Therefore, there will be no vacancy for you at Amnesty International. smile
      A clear piquancy to this report is added by the fact that the Kurdish militia is officially supported by the United States. By the way, the report of Amnesty International itself is called "Syria: Destruction of villages by a US ally is tantamount to a war crime."

      And there is no piquancy here. US surrendered Kurds to Turks for breaking with Russia. Only business.
      1. DDR
        DDR 13 October 2015 20: 25 New
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        Quote: Vladimirets
        USA surrendered Kurds

        A good example to other "allies" what to expect from mattresses!
        1. Chak 13 October 2015 20: 34 New
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          Kurds have always been a bargaining chip of the Anglo-Saxons. Kurds settled along the Asets of Asia Minor and Central Asia and never had their own state. The Britons periodically set them on Turkey, then on Iran, then on Afghanistan, etc., forcing these countries to be more accommodating. There was no need and the Kurds indulged in yesterday's "friend." The experience of several centuries taught them nothing
          1. just exp 14 October 2015 06: 46 New
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            and small nations have always been prostitutes, so they will never learn, their reflex is not at the level of "genetic age-old memory" like ours, but at the level of "now it’s profitable with these, I’ll wipe this out," and because in the end they’re not they will use it, but they will not use it.
        2. Monos 13 October 2015 21: 02 New
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          Well, that means that we will have another real ally in BV. As I understand it, the time has come for everyone to determine who is with whom and against whom they are friends. And the Kurds, if anything, about 40 ml.
      2. Amurets 14 October 2015 00: 35 New
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        And there is no piquancy here. US surrendered Kurds to Turks for breaking with Russia. Only business.
        The piquancy is that the United States too began to surrender its allies. They handed over Israel in negotiations on the Iranian nuclear program. They handed over the Kurds. Slowly they began to surrender Ukraine. Is this politics or recognition of its weakness?
        1. just exp 14 October 2015 06: 46 New
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          this is a lack of funds.
    3. vovanpain 13 October 2015 20: 18 New
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      This Amnesty International amer’s Sharashkin’s office, which feeds from the hands of the State Department, will justify Hitler, in order to justify the trust of its owners and receive another grant, the United States seems to merge Kurds to Turks
      1. dmi.pris 13 October 2015 21: 07 New
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        Sometimes this happens to them (a mistake came out, that is, Ramsey got it wrong ..). There was an application from the "regional committee" to announce the villains, probably they meant our pilots and sailors. Why they referred to the Kurds, I don’t understand, they have everything now muddy.
        Quote: vovanpain
        This Amnesty International amer’s Sharashkin’s office, which feeds from the hands of the State Department, will justify Hitler, in order to justify the trust of its owners and receive another grant, the United States seems to merge Kurds to Turks
      2. Zoldat_A 13 October 2015 23: 40 New
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        Quote: vovanpain
        This Amnesty International amer’s Sharashkin’s office, which feeds from the hands of the State Department, will justify Hitler, in order to justify the trust of its owners and receive another grant, the United States seems to merge Kurds to Turks

        From Wikipedia, there are proofs for documents
        the organization constantly receives grants for its activities from many Western government funds and government agencies, in particular from the UK Department for International Development [21], the European Commission [22], US State Department[23] [24] and other governments [25] [26].


        Since we have decided on the customer, now we’ll listen to “music”
        “The evidence we possess indicates that Russia is fueling the conflict by direct intervention, as well as by supporting separatists in the east of Ukraine. Russia must stop the uninterrupted flow of weapons and other assistance to the separatists, since they are the ones who contribute to the creation of grave violations in the field of human rights in the region, ”said the head of Amnesty International Salil Shetty.

        Salil Shetty said that "all parties to the conflict" demonstrate "disregard for the lives of the civilian population." The organization collected evidence of immigrants and residents of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, who reported torture, murder, kidnapping and violence by the separatists against the local population.


        And after that, let Amnesty International tell me that the grass is green and the water is wet - I won’t believe it! What the hell amnesty? Stupidly fulfilling the order of the payer. But the payer doesn’t care who is good in Syria, who is bad - just to fight. For the loot, Amnesty will color white with black, and black with white.

        Incidentally, the Nobel Peace Prize, the price of which everyone saw after Humpback and Obama, Amnesty received already in 1977! Well, in such a company, it remains only to give Hitler posthumously the Nobel Peace Prize, sharing it with Poroshenko ...
    4. sabakina 13 October 2015 20: 54 New
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      The same lech ... Well, you have nerves!
      As for me, the devil has already come, and where he is, we all know. The question is, do we have the strength to fight it?
      P.S. I'm not about technology, I'm about spirit ...
      1. Same lech 13 October 2015 21: 01 New
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        As for me, the devil has already come, and where he is, we all know. The question is, do we have the strength to fight it?


        If you love your family ... mother, wife, children, beloved cat smile Respect people and just love your homeland, you will always remain a normal person and everything will be in order with the spirit.
        1. sabakina 13 October 2015 21: 40 New
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          Do you doubt my ability to love relatives and those around me?
          Bad, you respected me know ... If you have questions, then in PM.
          1. Vladimirets 13 October 2015 21: 57 New
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            Quote: sabakina
            the ability to love relatives and those who stand nearby

            А
            Quote: The same Lech
            cat

            ? smile
          2. Same lech 14 October 2015 02: 48 New
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            I don’t doubt how much ... hi ... do not be offended, I did not mean you personally.
    5. skifd 13 October 2015 21: 02 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      Site rules do not allow me to post violent scenes


      Here is just a link, I don’t advise you nervous.

      http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=809_1395163651
      1. Vladimirets 13 October 2015 22: 01 New
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        Quote: skifd
        Here is just a link, I don’t advise you nervous.

        Yeah, I looked. angry Have you noticed that all the mzraz, that in Ukraine, that in Syria in masks? What are they, tvari, afraid of if they believe that they are fighting for a just cause?
    6. Lord of the Sith 13 October 2015 21: 29 New
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      October 12, 2015 Su-34, Su-24M and Su-25SM aircraft completed 88 sorties on 83 sites ISIS terrorist group in the provinces of Raqqah, Hama, Idlib, Latakia and Aleppo. Airplanes attacked command posts, field headquarters ammunition and weapons depots; accumulations of military equipment, factories for the production of explosives, field camps and militant bases:
      Su-24M in the area of ​​the village of Anadan (Aleppo province) dealt a targeted blow to the field headquarters and ammunition depot. As a result of a point bomb strike by the KAB-500 adjustable bomb, the field headquarters of the militants was destroyed. And the explosion of ammunition stored in the basement destroyed four units of terrorist vehicles.
      Su-34s hit a bunker with an ammunition depot in the area of ​​El Latamna (Hama province). The construction is completely destroyed.
      Su-34 aircraft destroyed the field headquarters of the command of the gangs and the ammunition depot in the suburbs of El Bab (Aleppo province). Objective control data recorded the detonation of artillery ammunition stored at the facility.
      The attack of a Su-25 attack aircraft in Aleppo province attacked a convoy of fighters carrying fuel and ammunition. A fuel truck, three trucks with ammunition and two escort vehicles equipped with heavy machine guns were destroyed.
    7. g1v2 13 October 2015 21: 49 New
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      There is information that the "army of conquest", created from the pro-Saudi Front al-Nusra, the pro-Turkish Qatar Ahrar al-Sham and other smaller groups, was supposed to hit Latakia and Tartus and arrange the genocide of the Alawites and Christians. The mattresses, on the other hand, were supposed to provide a no-fly zone and help them by striking at saa objects and troops. The result should have been the extermination and exodus of the main support of the Assad - the Alawites and Christians. After that, the Assad would be overwhelmed, and they would expel us from Tartus. It was about the second half of autumn. But one guy from Peter broke the whole play for them. Our cruiser Moscow, fighters and air defenses closed the coast from NATO attacks, establishing its no-fly zone for mattresses, and our VKS began to strike at the army of conquest prepared for the offensive and its main members - Nusra and Ahrar al-Sham. And now in the Hama, Latakia and Idlib, the Syrian army and our VKS are grinding those who were supposed to be executioners for the Alawites (such as the massacre in barood). And for some reason I don’t see these guys captured especially in contrast to other fronts. This is an army prepared by several countries to resolve the Alawite issue. And now, under our bombs, the money and plans of the Saudis, Qatars, Turks and mattresses are burning. True or not - xs, but very much like the truth. And if so, it means that Russia saved the Alawites from the likeness of the massacre of the Armenians by the Turks a hundred years ago.
  2. APASUS 13 October 2015 20: 07 New
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    As I understand it, public opinion is being prepared for decisive attacks on the Kurds. It is not clear why the Americans need this, because Amnesty International is their office
    1. GRAY 13 October 2015 20: 36 New
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      Quote: APASUS
      It’s not clear why the Americans are why, because Amnesty International is their office

      The Kurds are not allies to the Americans; they are fighting ISIS. Turkey (US ally) - bombes the Kurds, France (US ally) is also marked on them.
      A pair of unidentified aircraft attacked a former camp of Kurdish militias in the Syrian province of Raqqa. This was announced on condition of anonymity by the commander of one of the units of the Kurdish militia.

      “The silhouettes of two aircraft with a characteristic triangular wing and one keel were seen by militias in the sky above their positions on Friday night,” he described the cars that participated in the raid. According to the squad leader, the planes dropped air bombs a few kilometers from the positions - in the camp, which was left by the militia in the summer. As a result of the air raid several warehouse buildings and former barracks were destroyed, reports TASS.

      A NATO strike was unambiguously hit, it is most likely that the triangular-wing aircraft were the French Dessault Rafael, which according to official information last night allegedly bombed ISIS positions in Syria.

      Earlier, the head of the defense department of France, Jean-Yves Le Drian, on the air of the Europa-1 radio station, said that last night the French Air Force attacked the Islamists in Syria.

      “Two Rafales bombed ISIS fighters' training camp *. The tasks have been completed, ”explained Jean-Yves Le Drian.
      1. Cossack Ermak 13 October 2015 22: 08 New
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        The Kurds are not allies to the Americans; they are fighting ISIS. Turkey (US ally) - bombes the Kurds, France (US ally) is also marked on them.

        The Kurds are fighting and fighting with everyone. who is against their plans. With Turkey, ISIS, with Saddam Hussein, the emirates ... At this stage, they are like allies to us. In the East, each side adheres to its own benefits and often intolerant enemies of yesterday become dearest friends against the third common enemy.
        1. GRAY 13 October 2015 22: 30 New
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          Quote: Cossack Ermak
          The Kurds are fighting and fighting with everyone. who is against their plans.

          Assad could offer them at least autonomy. But he chews something.
          All against all is a mess, in a word.
    2. Rader 13 October 2015 20: 46 New
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      It’s just that the Americans suddenly realized that it’s somehow impossible to control the Kurds ... Kurdish society is by no means monolithic, there are both ardent supporters of the creation of Kurdistan and people who fully support Assad. But the overwhelming majority are ready to cooperate with Assad and come forward as a united front to fight against the Islamists. But this is exactly what Americans do not like, not Erdogan. So they decided to merge the Kurds with their Kurdistan ...
      1. APASUS 14 October 2015 17: 23 New
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        Kurds to Americans are not allies,

        This is the basis on which you made such a conclusion?
        Today, the Kurds are allies of the United States, which the Americans do not just endure - with whom they are fighting in close coordination.
        Today, Kurds are a force that is no longer scattered across several enclaves, but has a whole territory.
        Today, the Kurds are the most combat-ready of the recognized international forces in the region.
        Add up these three factors - and you will see in total a weighty application for the long-awaited Kurdish state.
        Moreover, there are all indications that the US bet on the Kurds as the main counterbalance to ISIL
        The Bloomberg news agency, in its article “The Kurds have become closer to their own state,” remarks: “These joint military victories underscore a dramatic change in US policy: starting in 2015, the US military will train three brigades of militias and spend more than $ 350 million to equip them ...

        Quote: Rader
        It’s just that the Americans suddenly realized that it’s somehow impossible to control the Kurds ...

        This is a completely adequate answer, although now their goals are very much the same, unless they differ at the final stage. Kurds need a state, and Americans need another terrorist monster
  3. venaya 13 October 2015 20: 08 New
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    "Syria: Destroying villages as a US ally is tantamount to a war crime."

    What is surprising, the Kurds work not only for the investor, but also for themselves, their beloved, there is no way to get away from this. The Kurds have a different culture in order to repeat the “European values,” even so the Kurds, in their entirety, are purely nomadic tribes, previously engaged mainly in cattle breeding.
  4. Mountain shooter 13 October 2015 20: 12 New
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    Supported ISIS killers in Syrian Kurdistan? Suicides. Did you house the houses? Still easy to get off. Civil war in all its ugliness.
  5. james 13 October 2015 20: 14 New
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    That's right, they are not ISIS and not a "moderate" opposition.
  6. GRAY 13 October 2015 20: 22 New
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    Deliberately destroying the homes of civilians, and in some cases demolishing and burning entire villages, expelling local residents without any military reason

    Just like Israel in Gaza.
    1. Maksus 13 October 2015 20: 30 New
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      And white and fluffy barmalei from Gaza bring tomatoes and flowers to Israel. What do you know about Israel? Have you been there to speak out?
      1. GRAY 13 October 2015 20: 45 New
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        Quote: Maksus
        And white and fluffy barmalei from Gaza bring tomatoes and flowers to Israel. What do you know about Israel?

        Israelis break families of tomato and flower carriers at home and leave them homeless.
        Without any military necessity.
        Why didn’t you like the direct analogy?
        1. Maksus 13 October 2015 21: 27 New
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          But were we right in Chechnya? Or are our barmaleas bad and good in Gaza? So those bearded ones are also happy to blow up buses, houses and soldiers. And in their Gaza hiding a mortar in the courtyard of the school.
          1. GRAY 13 October 2015 21: 46 New
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            But were we right in Chechnya?

            Which company do you mean, first or second?
            It’s hard to say for the first one - Yeltsin said: “Take sovereignty as much as you can,” and for some reason the Chechens didn’t get sovereignty, well, they themselves took it, and at the same time, they carried out terrorist attacks. Civil war, in fact. Who can be right here?

            And for the second, we are right in any way. The Chechens already had sovereignty, but they fell under the influence of radical Islamists and wanted more - they thought up the "Emirate of the Caucasus", well, then you yourself know ...
            So those bearded ones are also happy to blow up buses, houses and soldiers. And in their Gaza hiding a mortar in the courtyard of the school.

            And ISIS easily cuts the head.
            1. Maksus 14 October 2015 07: 05 New
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              So, now Israel is going through both the first and second Chechnya, so do not judge further on in the text. On the first day of the bombing of Syria, the media also showed how we bomb schools and kindergartens ...
              1. GRAY 14 October 2015 08: 50 New
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                Quote: Maksus
                So now, Israel is simultaneously going through the first and second Chechnya,

                Israel during the defensive war occupied the Palestinian territories - there is nothing in common with Chechnya.
                If Jews had seized half-apartments from me and settled there, I would also hate them and would definitely not have done without terror.
  7. Buffalo 13 October 2015 20: 28 New
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    American criminal swiftly sweeps!
    The Kurds did not have time to declare their intention to unite with the army of the SAR, as they were immediately declared criminals! Shemyakin court!
    Well, yes, God will not betray - the pig will not eat! And our Su-34s also work quickly and efficiently ...
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    Kurds are a harsh people. They can. But they were guided, most likely, not by a thirst for blood, but by their concepts of justice and retribution.
    1. alone 13 October 2015 20: 37 New
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      Quote: DarkOFF
      Kurds are a harsh people. They can. But they were guided, most likely, not by a thirst for blood, but by their concepts of justice and retribution.


      It’s not a matter of severity. The region’s customs are such. Death for death, blood for blood.
  9. AlexTires 13 October 2015 20: 30 New
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    Just the Americans wanted to take Raqqu with the Kurds, and here Amnesty Kurds into war criminals writes. am
    I think that the Kurds are beginning to be pressed because it is unprofitable for them to fight along with the linden coalition headed by the United States, because you can then forget about your Kurdistan at all .... and Amnesty International is a smelly garbage can that works on order ...
  10. olimpiada15 13 October 2015 20: 33 New
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    Translation of arrows on the Kurds-political order.
    Perhaps someone needs to be shown that the Kurds are no better than ISIS.
    It is difficult to figure out what happens after the liberation of settlements after ISIS, perhaps the Kurds had information about involvement in the crimes, but the perpetrators are unlikely to talk about it AI.
  11. alone 13 October 2015 20: 35 New
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    Civil war ... the most brutal, most bloody merciless war. A war where there are no laws, no codes. A war that you come to your house in the evening and see that all your relatives are destroyed only because you are a Kurd, an Arab, friends , Assyrian, Turkman. Because you are a Shiite or Sunni, a Christian or a Yezidi, because you are loyal to the authorities or you are dissatisfied with the policies of the authorities. Such are the realities.
    Civil war is ethnic and religious purges, mass executions and killings. No wonder Kurds or others do this. Such are the realities. Blood for blood, death for death.

    Let those who contributed to this be cursed, who sat and waited for how it would end, when it was possible to end it in the bud.
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    Water is poured into a Turkish mill. Well, I do not believe this amnesty .....
  13. afrikanez 13 October 2015 20: 38 New
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    Autonomous administration abuses its powers and brazenly flouts international humanitarian law
    Already who would speak about abuses and international rights. The villain is the ONE number in the world, trying to blame someone. Well, not heresy? True lovers .you, it’s time for you to give it to the military tribunal for a long time, and you open your mouth to everyone.
  14. Region 23 13 October 2015 20: 38 New
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    The complete lack of logic in the actions of international organizations, for the invasion and punitive operations in independent countries, Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and fighters against terrorism are accused of war crimes.
    Gentlemen from Amnesty International, when the US military bombed a hospital in Kunduz, whose were they silent?
    1. Turkir 13 October 2015 23: 52 New
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      Each Monsieur has his own file. I kept a quote; I don’t remember from which site about this organization.
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      As it turned out, there is no big secret in who finances, for example, Amnesty International. All ways of “sponsoring” this organization, like many others, lead to the US State Department. It is this structure, as the German journalist Gunther Bush aptly put it, “feeds human rights defenders to the necessary form.”
      In addition, do not forget that at the helm of Amnesty International is the assistant to Hilary Clinton for affairs of international organizations - Susanne Nosell.
  15. Vadim12 13 October 2015 20: 54 New
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    Yeah, the human rights activists woke up. Well, let the militias be served in an international court! wink Deliver them to the court of all! Will they send an agenda?
  16. Baloo 13 October 2015 21: 03 New
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    Something = I don’t remember that these human rights activists condemn the crimes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Donbass.
  17. nord62 13 October 2015 21: 04 New
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    Well, yes - and in the hospital "doctors without borders" to enter with all the dope - so this is "humanitarian aid." You will laugh with the idiocy of these brainless human rights activists (or vice versa - brainy, as they sing to the tune and for the money of the State Department striped) wassat
    1. Seryoga DV 14 October 2015 06: 45 New
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      why brainless?
      you need to remember the defenders of whose right they are ...
      although yes, brainless)
  18. NordUral 13 October 2015 21: 09 New
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    This Amnesty International was dripping on our brains as early as in the Union. A disgusting bunch of paid ubl_yudok.
  19. moskowit 13 October 2015 21: 19 New
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    In fact, the Kurds have long been fighting for their independence. They, like the Palestinians, do not have statehood.
    From an article published at VO a year ago:

    "The Kurds have long wanted to create their own national state. This multimillion-dollar nation with an ancient history and unique culture, significantly different from the culture of neighboring Arabs, Turks or Persians, still does not have its own state formation. Although its creation is the goal of the national liberation struggle of the Kurdish the population of Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria. As Samvel Saribekyan noted in his dissertation, “with the tacit consent of the great powers in the 20th century, they were repeatedly suppressed by force there are numerous national liberation uprisings of the Kurdish people, as a result of which the Kurds suffered huge losses and sacrifices. On the example of the Kurdish people one can observe a policy of double standards, selectively applied by Western countries "(Saribekyan S. S. The Kurdish question in international relations. Abstract of the dissertation of the candidate of political Sciences, Moscow, 2003) One of the most significant attempts to create a Kurdish national state in the 20th century was the proclamation in 1927 in eastern Turkey of the Ararat Kurdish Republic, which e blows of Turkish troops ceased to exist three years later - in the year 1930. The next example of the creation of a Kurdish state for a short period was the Mehabad Republic under the leadership of Kazi Muhammad. "

    The territory of the future state "Kurdistan" is supposed to be ...
  20. rx78 13 October 2015 21: 31 New
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    Kurds are just picked by the balls, just in case. In order not to decide to help Russia in Syria, for example, they remembered who was the boss in the house. Rotten tactics, of course, but gentlemen have it. Amnisties are rare, abominable sixes, they contain just for such cases. Only rumors appeared that Russia was trying to connect the Kurds against ISIS - and immediately a "sensation", yeah. Previously, they didn’t know that in war they hurt someone. If the "moderates" supported Russia, CNN would have turned their atrocities from chopping off their heads and devouring the liver from morning till night. Everyday life of the empire of good.
  21. voyaka23 13 October 2015 21: 38 New
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    Nowadays, any objectionable people, respecting their traditions (and even more so if there is something that others need on their territory) can instantly "turn" into TERRORISTS ... crying
  22. Monos 13 October 2015 21: 41 New
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    Americans Turks bend. wassat What a terrible time we live in. Well, nothing sacred!

    http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2015/618/oift33.jpg
  23. ssn18 13 October 2015 21: 44 New
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    "Calling itself human rights organization Amnesty International"

    All. You can not read further. Otherwise, it’s like reading a girl’s confession of not heavy behavior. Some kind of masochism.
  24. Ignatius 13 October 2015 21: 49 New
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    http://vk.com/wall-42162154?q=%23%D0%AE%D0%BC%D0%BE%D1%80
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  27. sounddoc 13 October 2015 22: 13 New
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    Amnesty International is a model of truth, justice, independence and impartiality. The State Department guarantees!
  28. zerg 13 October 2015 22: 31 New
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    If the Kurds were tolerant of Arabs actively supporting IS, etc. if they were waiting for protection from terrorists from Assad or Obama or ha ha Erdogan, then there would be no Kurds anymore. Such is their healthy national policy, well, they cannot afford tolerance today ... Here they would survive without feeling hunger. And Amnesty International is simply collecting dirt - a dossier. Well in the future you may need it. Type the Kurds are cut, they start inserting across the words of Huseynovich (or who the next democratizer is), they will recall everything, the dad will be washed out in the media and the Kurds will be banned, or they will be planted in sanctions, or they will be bombed - because of the circumstances ...
  29. gammipapa 13 October 2015 23: 54 New
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    Jacob soberly and competently outlined the prospects
  30. Garris199 14 October 2015 00: 22 New
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    Mattresses included durkee. White is black, and black is white. And nyipet. Make them behave politely, you can only pinch them painfully testicles.
  31. nomad74 14 October 2015 00: 24 New
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    Quote: APASUS
    As I understand it, public opinion is being prepared for decisive attacks on the Kurds. It is not clear why the Americans need this, because Amnesty International is their office

    This is for the Americans that they themselves are not doing anything, only with the wrong hands, in this case, the hands of the Turks will deal with the Kurds! So there is a process of demonization of the Kurds.
  32. tatarin_ru 14 October 2015 00: 54 New
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    Following a simple rule.
    Read American news, draw conclusions with the exact opposite.
    Never missed fellow
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      It looks like an oriental proverb about a woman)
  33. Thor 14 October 2015 01: 09 New
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    From all the above, I made a simple conclusion that pro-Western organizations and the media are already confused about who to support and against whom to tune, that they went to pour the "truth" mother on their own allies smile winked
  34. strenadk 14 October 2015 05: 38 New
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    USA supports Kurds; Kurds fight with IS; USA supports Turks who are at war with IS and Kurds; The US supports the "free Syrian army", they are dumped ammunition for ... IS, which is fighting the Kurds; recourse this is a tangle: wherever you spit, you will end up in the USA, because they support everyone against everyone, they will find the extreme in such a tangle. It will turn out to be ... it will turn out to be ... But they almost guessed it - it will turn out to be Putin, who managed to be born on the day of the volley from the Caspian Sea tongue
  35. Wolka 14 October 2015 07: 56 New
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    everything is right, the Kurds in this war in Syria pursue their long-standing political goals - the creation of their own state is therefore true and false (the war will write everything off) and purge their alleged territorial space ...
  36. cergey51046 14 October 2015 08: 40 New
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    Disarm or destroy all illegal armed groups. They all work against a legitimate government with US support.