Kurdish militia launches an attack on ISIS positions in Syria

The Kurdish militia launched a large-scale attack on the position of the militants of the so-called "Islamic State". The main goal of the upcoming Kurdish units is to cut the existing communication between the militant groups in the provinces of Rakka and Aleppo. This is reported by the TV channel LifeNews.


According to some reports, Kurdish militias intend to coordinate their actions with the coalition led by the Americans. It should be noted that all the latest cases of this kind of coordination most often led to certain oddities. In particular, the advancing Kurdish units were either thrown back by the Ishilians themselves or the Kurds from the air were covered by Turkish strikes aviation, after which ISIS fighters took control of the new territories of Syria.

Kurdish militia launches an attack on ISIS positions in Syria


Syrian Kurds meanwhile continue to organize the recruitment of the militia. Active recruitment is conducted in the cities of Kamyshly, Almuda and Al-Malkiya.

On the eve of the Kurds announced the proclamation of a new province, adjacent to the Turkish border. According to the correspondent "Vesti", it will include the city of Tel Abbyad, which had previously been beaten off by terrorist groups. At the same time, in Ankara, considering the Kurdish units themselves as “terrorist structures”, express concern about the Kurdish activization along the Turkish borders.
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  1. avvg 22 October 2015 06: 43 New
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    If Turkey does not interfere with the Kurds, under the guise of fighting ISIS, they will bombard the Kurds, then the Kurds with their offensive will really help Assad and they will open a second front.
    1. Haettenschweiler 22 October 2015 06: 49 New
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      Quote: avvg
      If Turkey will not interfere with the Kurds


      - It's very, very big if a. In general, there are surprisingly many armed women in the photograph. Are the Kurds men over?
      1. V.ic 22 October 2015 06: 54 New
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        Quote: Haettenschweiler
        there are surprisingly many armed women in the photograph. Are the Kurds men over?

        Look at the photos of the Israeli military ... Are the men over the Jews?
        1. Haettenschweiler 22 October 2015 06: 57 New
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          Quote: V.ic
          Look at the photos of the Israeli military ... Are the men over the Jews?


          - Yeah, especially the two girls - on the right and in the center of the picture - are just Jews of the highest category. As my mother said, "solid Ryazan." Explicit Russian immigrants from the Union. In general, it seems to me that there is a difference - a woman on a voluntary draft in the regular army, and a woman in an irregular armed group. In my opinion, there should be less motivation for young ladies in the second case of motivation.
          1. Penetrator 22 October 2015 07: 20 New
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            Quote: Haettenschweiler
            Yeah, especially the two girls - on the right and in the center of the picture - are just Jews of the highest category. As my mother said, "solid Ryazan."

            You have strange ideas about the Ryazan type laughing
            1. Haettenschweiler 22 October 2015 07: 32 New
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              Quote: Penetrator
              You have strange ideas about the Ryazan type


              - No, I in no case did not want to offend Ryazanites, it’s just such an old saying. Its meaning is that these young women are most likely emigrants from the USSR after its collapse, when Israel welcomed all comers who could at least somehow prove their Jewish origin.
              1. Penetrator 22 October 2015 08: 01 New
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                Quote: Haettenschweiler
                these young ladies, most likely, emigrants from the USSR after its collapse

                Maybe so, but nothing in common with the Slavs I did not see in them. Typical Semitic appearance.
                1. Vladimir 1964 22 October 2015 18: 32 New
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                  Quote: Penetrator
                  Maybe so, but nothing in common with the Slavs I did not see in them. Typical Semitic appearance.


                  Central and right yes, the left one is not like a Jewess, Dear colleague Andrei, but I liked your comment about Ryazan. hi

                  Well, like that. wassat
          2. ver_ 22 October 2015 07: 47 New
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            ... a woman surpasses men in cruelty and abomination ...
            1. skylare 22 October 2015 13: 01 New
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              Scumbags, oddly enough, come in any color and gender. With all due respect.
          3. sssla 22 October 2015 08: 18 New
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            Quote: Haettenschweiler
            Explicit Russian immigrants from the Union

            Russians BUT are not Russians. The word Russian has already traveled to the base, especially the shunned !! Leave it true Russian and not those who have some kind of state of mind !!
          4. Das Boot 22 October 2015 08: 27 New
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            Quote: Haettenschweiler
            As my mother said, "solid Ryazan." Explicit Russians

            for the expert on phenotypes:
            1. iv.ionov 22 October 2015 09: 44 New
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              Well, you are all such specialists, according to the cuts in the eyes of Ryazan girls, I’m directly falling from ha ha !!! laughing fool
              1. Das Boot 22 October 2015 09: 56 New
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                Well, you are all such specialists

                Duc! We also embroider a cross and we can support a conversation on the subject of methods of multidimensional angular functions ... laughing
          5. V.ic 22 October 2015 08: 46 New
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            Quote: Haettenschweiler
            on the right and in the center of the picture are just Jews of the highest category.

            About the "center" hit the target. Typical Ashkenaz. But the right one ... Well, look at her earlobe! Hit "a finger in the sky."
          6. iv.ionov 22 October 2015 09: 30 New
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            And, let me tell you, your mother didn’t enjoy the “solid Ryazan?” In Ryazan, what’s the matter or wretched? You might think that you are all like “Alen Delona” with a blue blood and sugar stones !!! Root will not say so, but those who once came from some kind of hole and settled in the capital city, those yes, they become the native capital, the rest for them immediately go into the category "CONTINUOUS RYAZAN" !!!
            1. Haettenschweiler 22 October 2015 10: 51 New
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              Quote: iv.ionov
              And, let me tell you, your mother didn’t enjoy the “solid Ryazan?” In Ryazan, what’s the matter or wretched? You might think that you are all like “Alen Delona” with a blue blood and sugar stones !!! Root will not say so, but those who once came from some kind of hole and settled in the capital city, those yes, they become the native capital, the rest for them immediately go into the category "CONTINUOUS RYAZAN" !!!


              - Avon how much poison the little one spilled ... even the last one could see that a little higher I already wrote about this to my friend Penetrator. And we ourselves have no relation to Moscow and the Moscow Region from the word “in general”, we are Urals, part lives in Yekaterinburg, part - including me - in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. What would be further from Moscow than even Paris.
              1. iv.ionov 22 October 2015 17: 43 New
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                When I wrote, unfortunately, there were no quotes from the Penetrator, nor your answer to it, for some reason! And you would not have offended people deservedly: “I’ve spilled the poison, baby, I could see the last one !!! Or you, by the principle: the bubbles farted into the water, well, okay !!! You don’t need to talk to people like that! I’m glad for your mother that she recognizes the “whole Ryazan” even as a resident of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug! Although it’s interesting how your mother determines who with Ryazan, and who is from Kazan !!! "so I had to rhyme" !!! smile
            2. PSih2097 22 October 2015 13: 44 New
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              Quote: iv.ionov
              the rest for them immediately go to discharge "CONTINUOUS RYAZAN"!!!

              not, "a lot of rubble came" ...
          7. Johnny51 22 October 2015 09: 48 New
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            Women in the army is a reproach to the politics of men! And do not drool over the "type". Unfortunately, many of us “mowed” or wanted to “mow down” from the army, and there the girls take up arms in order to defend their homeland. It was cynical to discuss their external data.
            1. Penetrator 22 October 2015 14: 29 New
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              Quote: Johnny51
              It was cynical to discuss their external data.

              Went and cynical to breed hypocrisy about this. A normal male should like beautiful women (especially in uniform smile ) And then we can conclude that you are either impotent, or well .. let's say .. non-heterosexual
          8. Pimply 22 October 2015 12: 13 New
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            - Yeah, especially the two girls - on the right and in the center of the picture - are just Jews of the highest category. As my mother said, "solid Ryazan." Explicit Russian immigrants from the Union. In general, it seems to me that there is a difference - a woman on a voluntary draft in the regular army, and a woman in an irregular armed group. In my opinion, there should be less motivation for young ladies in the second case of motivation.

            You would probably be greatly surprised by Indian, Filipino and Ethiopian Jews. Judaism is both a nationality and a religion.
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          10. Bochik 22 October 2015 15: 53 New
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            Quote: Haettenschweiler
            Quote: V.ic
            Look at the photos of the Israeli military ... Are the men over the Jews?


            - Yeah, especially the two girls - on the right and in the center of the picture - are just Jews of the highest category.

            Are you a specialist in the Jewish nation? Maybe you are an ethnologist?
            1. Das Boot 22 October 2015 18: 32 New
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              Maybe you are an ethnologist?

              uh, it's a little different. Here the boys are engaged in bertillonage. laughing
            2. Vladimir 1964 22 October 2015 19: 00 New
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              Quote: Bochik
              Are you a specialist in the Jewish nation? Maybe you are an ethnologist?


              For information, Dear Bochik:
              Ethnology (Greek ἔθνος, people + -logos - teaching, science) is a science that studies ethnic processes, which refers to various aspects of the life of ethnic groups, as well as other ethnic communities.


              that is, the ethnologist has an indirect relation to the appearance of the ethnos, or rather, the term anthropologist would be used.

              Something like this, Dear. hi
        2. mirag2 22 October 2015 06: 57 New
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          I think this film from ANNA NEWS will be useful for understanding the origins of ISIS:
          1. Dryuya2 22 October 2015 08: 38 New
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            Syria. Interrogation of a captured militant ISIS

            Syria. Kurds capture ISIS fighter

            Syria. Kurds captured two ISIS militants
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        4. kubanec 22 October 2015 07: 48 New
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          ... Is it possible that the Jews have run out of Jews? ----- NO, JUST ISRAEL A COUNTRY IS NOT A BIG, AND A GOOD NUMBER OF THE ARMY HAS TO BE SUPPORTED BY THE CALL AND WOMEN ALSO!
        5. Junior, I 22 October 2015 08: 04 New
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          There matriarchy comes laughing
          1. Wolverine 22 October 2015 14: 15 New
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            And there, and so on mum consider. wassat
        6. ivan bogomolov 22 October 2015 08: 13 New
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          They are driving on Ferari in Moscow wassat
      2. vovanpain 22 October 2015 06: 59 New
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        Quote: Haettenschweiler
        Quote: avvg
        If Turkey will not interfere with the Kurds


        - It's very, very big if a. In general, there are surprisingly many armed women in the photograph. Are the Kurds men over?

        In many armies of the world there are now many women, have the men really ended in the world?
        1. Haettenschweiler 22 October 2015 07: 01 New
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          Quote: vovanpain
          In many armies of the world


          - For example, in the dwarf Baltic "also states"?
          1. vovanpain 22 October 2015 07: 41 New
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            Quote: Haettenschweiler
            Quote: vovanpain
            In many armies of the world


            - For example, in the dwarf Baltic "also states"?

            I don’t know the giants of the cockroaches of the Baltic states, but in Russia there are many women who serve, and it’s still not like the men
            1. Haettenschweiler 22 October 2015 07: 43 New
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              I don’t know the giants of the cockroaches of the Baltic states, but in Russia there are many women who serve, and it’s still not like the men


              - Fortunately, a little, especially regarding the size of the army itself. And the appeal for women in Russia is purely voluntary. And what about the Kurds?
        2. Alexander Romanov 22 October 2015 07: 26 New
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          Quote: vovanpain
          are men in the world over?

          Guys earn money, they have no time to fight.
        3. Polite Moose 22 October 2015 11: 18 New
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          Quote: vovanpain
          In many armies of the world there are now many women, have the men really ended in the world?


          Everyone forgets that a jihad warrior killed by a woman will not go to heaven with the guria. So, the more women in the armies fighting the Islamists, the less attractive it is to die in battles with them. Only this topic should be covered much more widely in the media. You look, bearded and diminish. My opinion is that the draft of women in the army is justified. Especially in Syria, Israel, in the Kurdish militia.
      3. Ded_smerch 22 October 2015 07: 18 New
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        In the Kurdish people's liberation army, women are equated with men and go to war themselves, and there are plenty of men in this army. In addition, one of the leading groups (parties) among the Kurds is the “Kurdish Workers' Party”, as you understand the communist movement for gender equality.
      4. Junior, I 22 October 2015 08: 03 New
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        so they all spread with the children in the geyropu
      5. Oladushkin 22 October 2015 08: 21 New
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        It's not that. And that:
        Xnumx) there are many women volunteers
        2) Here comes the 2 factor that contributes to the appearance of female volunteers - according to the religious beliefs of terrorist organizations - they must automatically go to paradise for the fight for this pseudo-Islam. But with one exception, if they are not killed by the girl. Here the same religious scarecrow as the fear of pigs :). There is one more thing. Mmmm ... In general, they should go to the next world with their own household. But without economy, it’s more difficult to get to paradise and there all sorts of religious restrictions come .... And this is the beginning of the 21 century .... And the feeling is that in the 16 century ...
      6. Maxom75 22 October 2015 10: 13 New
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        It’s just that women are not clogged with clichés, but part of society may be the best. In ISIS and SA, a woman did not go far from a sheep.
        1. Pimply 22 October 2015 12: 22 New
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          It’s just that women are not clogged with clichés, but part of society may be the best. In ISIS and SA, a woman did not go far from a sheep.

          Someone finally said a deal
      7. Pimply 22 October 2015 12: 11 New
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        Quote: Haettenschweiler
        - It’s very, very big if. In general, there are surprisingly many armed women in the photograph. Are the Kurds men over?

        To begin with, the Kurds, which are extremely rare among Middle Eastern peoples, the real equality of men and women,
      8. Borets 22 October 2015 13: 15 New
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        Women with weapons as one of the frightening factors. The Igilovites believe that if he is killed by a woman, he will not be allowed into paradise, and so the Peshmerga created a women's battalion.
      9. Hello 22 October 2015 16: 37 New
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        In general, there are surprisingly many armed women in the photograph. Are the Kurds men over?

        Kurdish women are fighting along with men. wink They have complete equality in this regard, by the way they say they’re fighting well
      10. sodick 23 October 2015 16: 21 New
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        Islamists seem to believe that if a woman kills them, they will not go to heaven (or whatever they call them)
    2. kodxnumx 22 October 2015 06: 58 New
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      I think the Kurds will soon come over to our side, although they already formally coordinate their actions with the USA on it, everything will fall into place soon!
      1. Sid.74 22 October 2015 08: 30 New
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        but formally coordinated with the United States, everything will fall into place soon!

        Well, we also need to know where to "do not need" to beat!wink
      2. metropolity 22 October 2015 09: 25 New
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        Do not go over. Maximum possible neutral cooperation. What the USSR, what Russia has never supported the desire of the Kurds to create their own state.
      3. Pimply 22 October 2015 12: 23 New
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        Quote: kod3001
        I think the Kurds will soon come over to our side, although they already formally coordinate their actions with the USA on it, everything will fall into place soon!

        Assad they do not like a little less than ISIS, do not build illusions
        1. anti-Semite 22 October 2015 19: 17 New
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          Yes, but they are in no hurry to go beyond their territories
      4. Das Boot 22 October 2015 18: 05 New
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        Quote: kod3001
        I think the Kurds will soon come over to our side

        Kurdoved detective.
        Either naivety, or ...
      5. Hello 22 October 2015 18: 54 New
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        Quote: kod3001
        I think the Kurds will soon come over to our side, although they already formally coordinate their actions with the USA on it, everything will fall into place soon!

        Do not have false hopes, otherwise disappointment will come later. wink Kurds side with the Kurds
        1. Das Boot 22 October 2015 19: 37 New
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          Quote: Hello
          Kurds side with the Kurds

          yes pepper is clear. It’s necessary, sorry, a nerd, so as not to understand this) And about
          Quote: kod3001
          Kurds will soon come to our side
          - I did not understand whose “ours” and, in general, who “ours” for the Kurds. People clearly do not mean us (and not you Jews). Who? Not ............ laughing
          1. Hello 22 October 2015 19: 57 New
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            Quote: Das Boot
            - I did not understand whose “ours” and, in general, who “ours” for the Kurds. People clearly do not mean us (and not you Jews). Who? Not ............

            Russia, like the United States, has every chance to tie the Kurds to itself economically and politically. In the case of the creation of a Kurdish state (states), they will need a political counterbalance to Turkey, Iran and the monarchies of the gulf, Russia or China can solve these issues. to recreate economic ties here more options than the first three. (IMHO) hi
            1. anti-Semite 22 October 2015 20: 59 New
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              Turks will never agree to this, but they mean that the states will not go to NATO
    3. Wolka 22 October 2015 07: 02 New
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      this is the two-pronged task for the Kurds to block Turkey from the north and strike ISIS from the rear, the only question is the price (the creation of Kurdistan), Russia is already breaking the Turks (those abut under the influence of the Yankees), Assad apparently already agreed on the wide autonomy of the Kurds in Syria ...
      1. Das Boot 22 October 2015 19: 05 New
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        Quote: Volka
        the only question is price (creation of Kurdistan)

        Kurdistan is a chimera. The inspectors refused a long time ago. Rather, there are many small Kurdish people. More precisely, four. Funny - do you see this as one of the keys to silence and ironing on BV? Personally, I do not.
        1. Hello 22 October 2015 19: 09 New
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          Rather, there are many small Kurdistan people. More precisely, four.

          Rather, two are possibly three. Iraqi, Syrian-Turkish, and possibly but doubtfully Iranian. hi
          Quote: Das Boot
          Funny - do you see this as one of the keys to silence and ironing on BV? Personally, I do not.

          Quiet and smooth here as it was not and will not be with or without Kurdistan
    4. Ded_smerch 22 October 2015 07: 12 New
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      If Turkey will not interfere with the Kurds

      for the Turks, the Kurdish liberation army is a direct threat to the integrity of the country; therefore, they will continue to bomb until Syria regains full control over its territory. http://ttolk.ru/?p=19308
      1. Das Boot 22 October 2015 19: 43 New
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        Quote: Ded_smerch
        for the Turks, the Kurdish liberation army is a direct threat to the integrity of the country, therefore they will continue to bomb

        what about the terrorist component? If for Kurds all means are good, then for Turks too. No? Will be wet in the urinals. What's wrong?
  2. 1goose3 22 October 2015 06: 49 New
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    Sooner or later, the Kurds will learn to choose friends. Of course it would be better sooner. Yes, and the choice has appeared.
    1. Alexander 3 22 October 2015 06: 56 New
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      When they get bombs from the coalition (by mistake), then they will choose friends more carefully.
      1. sovetskyturist 22 October 2015 07: 21 New
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        When the coalition receives bombs on their heads (by mistake), then
        by mistake and just like that, bombs don’t fall, that’s why the people captured on video also wanted to get democracy [well, or the caliph]
        1. GOgaRu 22 October 2015 08: 07 New
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          Is that a MiG-21 there? “Something fell off from the Russians” - is it implied that our pilots in Syria are dissecting into 21s?
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            Is that a MiG-21 there? “Something fell off from the Russians” - is it implied that our pilots in Syria are dissecting into 21s?

            Have you already lost your sense of humor ????? I liked the clip class !!! And you, my friend, don’t bother watching the news and there they show in sufficient detail what types of aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria)
            1. Das Boot 22 October 2015 08: 33 New
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              Have you already lost your sense of humor ????? I liked the clip class !!!

              yeah, especially the spirit in flip flops laughing
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    2. Ded_smerch 22 October 2015 07: 23 New
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      They chose legibly while the USSR was alive, and then in the 90s they stopped supporting them from the Russian Federation on this and agreed with those who wanted to talk to them.
    3. Das Boot 22 October 2015 19: 16 New
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      Quote: 1goose3
      Sooner or later, the Kurds will learn to choose friends.

      and whom do you prophesy to their friends? Could it be us?
  3. Andrey Yuryevich 22 October 2015 06: 57 New
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    bad when nations are divided into tribes. go figure this porridge out! today we are “friends” against those tomorrow against these ... what
    1. Haettenschweiler 22 October 2015 07: 03 New
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      Quote: Andrew Y.
      bad when nations are divided into tribes. go figure this porridge out! today we are “friends” against those tomorrow against these ...


      - Help Assad and blame on supersonic from there. Let them at least eat each other, it’s clearly not worth it to get involved in small-town porridge “Sunnis against Shiites”.
  4. Mercury 22 October 2015 07: 00 New
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    It is necessary to establish communication with the Kurds along the way, they are really moderate opposition and enemies to the Turks. And the Turks are friends of the Isis. I think Assad will agree with the Kurds later.
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      Quote: Mercury
      It is necessary to establish communication with the Kurds along the way, they are really moderate opposition and enemies to the Turks. And the Turks are friends of the Isis. I think Assad will agree with the Kurds later.


      - And Turkey is Gazprom’s best friend, as long as the Turkish Stream is under construction.
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        We also had enough robbers first Cossacks then Chechnya and Dagestan. Gasprom risks making friends with the Turks
    2. Pimply 22 October 2015 12: 25 New
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      Quote: Mercury
      .I think Assad will then agree with the Kurds.

      Assad Kurds do not like a little less ISIS
  5. Mountain shooter 22 October 2015 07: 10 New
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    Kurds do not trust Assad. Why - we do not know, there are probably "skeletons in the closet." Apparently, this was also discussed at the talks in Moscow.
    1. Hello 22 October 2015 19: 00 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Kurds do not trust Assad. Why - we do not know, there are probably "skeletons in the closet." Apparently, this was also discussed at the talks in Moscow.

      Taki Assad spread them a little bit.
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Конфликт_в_Сирийском_Курдистане
  6. ratfly 22 October 2015 07: 11 New
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    There is a lot of talk about the Kurds, but to no avail. They were fucked by everyone and sundry (Turks, Saddam, ISIS ...) The Angles did not take them into account when they drew these smooth borders on the map. As a result, the Kurds do not have their own official state. They are to blame for something on their own, the state is an organized structure created around its leader (group of leaders, elite). And if they could not organize themselves, no one will do this for you (in fact, Russia has spawned artificially created states around itself, but the Kurds are too far away).
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    Let’s put it this way: the Kurds are solving their tasks, the Turks are quiet under their noise, and the United States uses this to its advantage if possible.
  8. bashkort 22 October 2015 07: 26 New
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    Since the Middle Ages, the Kurds have become famous as the first thieves of those places. As for creative work, they have stress. Therefore, it is not surprising that they never created their own state. Both Turks and Arabs know this best of all, therefore they are hindering the creation of Kurdistan as a potential crap for their national security. If such a state is created, it will automatically turn into a likeness of Albania for Europe, or Chechnya 1994-1998.
    1. Hello 22 October 2015 19: 06 New
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      Quote: bashkort
      about the Middle Ages, the Kurds became famous as the first robbers of those places

      Oh, whoever only in the Middle Ages did not rob for example the Swedes, and now they live quietly and peacefully.
      Quote: bashkort
      As for creative work, they have stress. Therefore, it is not surprising that they never created their own state.

      And the fact that, for example, the Druze did not create their own state, suggests that they have tension with creation? Or Alawites? Or Copts?
      Quote: bashkort
      Turks and Arabs know this best of all, therefore they are hindering the creation of Kurdistan as a potential crap for their national security.

      I don’t know which Turks are the creators, but the Kurds are clearly creating the worse Arabs.
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    If Turkey will not interfere with the Kurds


    - It's very, very big if a. In general, there are surprisingly many armed women in the photograph. Are the Kurds men over?

    There is a civil war and ALL who can fight go into battle. Who wishes, of course.
  10. mamont5 22 October 2015 08: 20 New
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    Since the Middle Ages, the Kurds have become famous as the first thieves of those places. As for creative work, they have stress. Therefore, it is not surprising that they never created their own state.

    Well, skills should come in handy in this situation. And as for the Kurdish country ... They tried more than once, but for a long time did not exist, there were too many people who wanted to and land. And you can recall the Kurdish Sultan of Syria and Egypt Salladin (Salah ad-Din), who led the fight against the crusaders during the Crusades and successfully beat them, liberating Jerusalem and destroying the states created by the crusaders in Palestine.
    1. traveler 22 October 2015 08: 45 New
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      and who else can you remember?
      but even if we are talking about saladdin, the Ayyubid sultanate was not a Kurdish state, it was another Gulam (Mameluk) state formation, based on Turkic mercenaries. The Saladdin’s army was based on the same Seljuks as its zengid opponents.
  11. Reptiloid 22 October 2015 08: 30 New
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    The Kurds, an ancient history, they were able to maintain their identity no matter what. The English, participating in the formation of borders created a hotbed of tension, as they like to do. What will result in "cooperation" - we will soon find out.
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    Look at the photos of the Israeli military ... Are the men over the Jews?

    It’s time to already mean that in Israel, women are drafted into the army. A radical decision, but had to survive.
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    Women are still fighting there because if a woman kills you, then there is no paradise and no gurus. And they are fighting skillfully.
    As for the Kurds, well, let’s see we need this Aleppo-Raqqa denoue, and our Kurds will be helped, they will be covered from the air if the Turks try to bomb them. I don’t know where the Americans fit in. If only they decided not to quarrel with the Turks at the end. I think it suits us. Because Aleppo is gradually taken into the ring, and if they help us from the other side, then this is only in our favor. So the autonomy of the Kurds in Syria to be, the truth will not allow the Kurds to create Kurdistan, for Turkey it will be like death. So everything is going as it should.
    1. traveler 22 October 2015 09: 32 New
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      Women are still fighting there because if a woman kills you, then there is no paradise and no gurus

      Yes, you are a theologian, an Islamic scholar, probably.
      the truth will not allow the Kurds to create Kurdistan, for Turkey it will be like death

      In fact, Turkey is one of the main sponsors and allies of Iraqi Kurdistan, the problem of the Syrian Kurds with respect to Turkey is not that they are Kurds, but that they are headed by the same anarchist-communist characters as in the RPK. if you think of them as a Naqshbandi Sheikh Barzani, you would look and heal differently, the Turks would also help them recover from the war.
      1. Asadullah 22 October 2015 10: 27 New
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        Think of them for yourself Naqshbandi Sheikh Barzani


        I don’t understand, do you write this absurdity from the presence of a smart person, or is it such a cunning game of a fool?
        1. traveler 22 October 2015 23: 57 New
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          and what is the absurdity?
          in what I called Masuda Barzani Sheikh? officially the president, of course, autonomy. but where is he from?
          the fact that if there were Syrian Kurds under his leadership, their support for the PKK would become minimal, if not zero, and therefore relations with Turkey would noticeably improve, this is certainly from the field of speculation, but in Iraqi Kurdistan it is.
          just barzani chose the path to cooperation, because to be on the counter with all those around him - Arabs, Turks, Persians, this is obviously a loss. at this historical stage, a real, small, independent Kurdistan is better than pipe dreams of a great Kurdistan - a bird in their hands is better than a crane in ...
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            and what is the absurdity?

            The absurdity is that the Turks are friends with the Iraqi Kurds only because they are Iraqi, and also in great friction with the Syrian and Turkish Kurds. I won’t be surprised if the Turks are friends or want to be friends with Iranian Kurds
            1. traveler 23 October 2015 01: 05 New
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              I don’t understand, is Turkey and Iraqi Kurdistan on good terms or did it seem to me?
              RPK and their Rozhavsky branch are opponents of Barzani or am I mistaken again?

              I won’t be surprised if the Turks are friends or want to be friends with Iranian Kurds

              perhaps
  14. S-cream 22 October 2015 09: 24 New
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    Of course, I am broadcasting “from the couch” and I don’t know and don’t see much, but the thought comes to my mind is this: why should Assad not promise the Kurds autonomy? I think that would be beneficial from a military point of view now. And not bad from a political point of view later, when they finish off the terrorists.
    1. metropolity 22 October 2015 09: 37 New
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      Of course, I am broadcasting “from the couch” and I don’t know and don’t see much, but the thought comes to my mind is this: why should Assad not promise the Kurds autonomy? I think that would be beneficial from a military point of view now. And not bad from a political point of view later, when they finish off the terrorists.

      Assad has already agreed to autonomy. Slipped somewhere.
  15. AlexTires 22 October 2015 09: 31 New
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    If the Kurds want to achieve at least autonomy within Syria, they need to coordinate their actions with Russia and with the Syrian government forces, because the United States and the company will never allow them to, as they will not want to ruin relations with Turkey ...
    1. Asadullah 22 October 2015 10: 46 New
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      If the Kurds want to achieve at least autonomy within Syria, they need ....


      Kurds de facto live in autonomy, de jure, there was always one obstacle, a complication of relations with Turkey until the war. And vice versa, Assad’s refusal to engage in dialogue with the Kurds led to a warming of relations with Turkey. In those years, cross-border trade flourished and the border regions grew rich. Today, of course, everything is different, and many mistakes may have been made, but the problem of Turkey remains. Turks will never allow the creation of any legal union of Kurds. The only exception is Iran, but the Turks have no influence on Iran. In general, the creation of Kurdistan on the territory of today's Iraq is a matter of time, but I doubt that it meets the interests of at least some country in the region. Kurds in the Middle East, like a rock on a field, cannot be removed, but they cannot be plowed.
  16. 0255 22 October 2015 10: 05 New
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    According to some reports, Kurdish militias intend to coordinate their actions with a coalition led by the Americans

    Do Americans want to use Kurds against Russia and Assad?
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      Do Americans want to use Kurds against Russia and Assad?

      They don’t want to, but they’re using it for themselves. And besides, they add Turkey’s hemorrhoids to themselves quite specific. If this goes further, and even Erdogan does not gain the majority in the elections, they will set Turkey on fire as Suria. Then Europe has a very specific kerdyk, well, to all these Aryans and other indigenous natives of Europe - carriers of a new revolutionary chant, well, instead of the old one, liberte, igalite, fgontolite "with their new European - democracy, tolerance, pederasty."
  17. Zomanus 22 October 2015 10: 22 New
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    Kurds gain the right to their territory.
    Do it right.
    If Assad will give them the opportunity to build autonomy on the border with Turkey,
    then it will be the best defense against ISs that come from that side.
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      If Assad will give them the opportunity to build autonomy on the border with Turkey

      no You read the article inattentively
      On the eve of the Kurds announced the proclamation of a new province adjacent to the Turkish border. According to a Vesti correspondent, the city of Tel-Abbyad, previously recaptured from terrorist groups, will enter it. At the same time, in Ankara, considering the Kurdish units themselves as “terrorist structures”, they express concern about Kurdish activation on the Turkish borders.
      They ALREADY do this and precisely with the blessing of the Yankees - it painfully looks like what happened in Iraq after Saddam, putting Assad before the fact. And Ankara really has something to twitch about - these Kurds are not Iraqi Borzans, they really know how to fight and everyone will remember Erdogan and the Turks in general - they will not forgive the bombing.
  18. Reptiloid 22 October 2015 10: 47 New
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    It is necessary to establish communication with the Kurds along the way, they are really moderate opposition and enemies to the Turks. And the Turks are friends of the Isis. I think Assad will agree with the Kurds later.

    Already, Americans are trying to get in, i.e. the creation of the Kurdish State is another hotbed of tension. As always, it is to divide and rule
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    "Both men and women are being drafted into the Israeli army!" ///
    Part - instructors (a girl instructor raises motivation in the courses of a young fighter).

    For me, the instructor should be an ideal to follow, i.e. an army ideal with unrealistic indicators for beginners in the subject that it teaches, and in all others, a kind of Terminator with steel eggs. And a woman, all the more attractive, will distract from the training process the youngsters, who have testosterone in their pants. Those. IMHO it is impossible to learn from someone for whom an erection! laughing
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    Oh, not with those "allies" the Kurds contacted, not with those no !
    1. Hello 22 October 2015 16: 45 New
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      Oh, not with those "allies" the Kurds contacted, not with those!

      Well, you, as little Kurds, need their own state and arms supplies, whoever gives them the first one they will be friends with and will be. In general, it seems to me that they are not averse to maintaining normal relations with Russia and the USA as well, their chances for their state are growing . hi
  21. cniza 22 October 2015 13: 56 New
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    Oh, not with those "allies" the Kurds contacted, not with those no !



    I think they understand perfectly, but they want to use every opportunity to bend their line.
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    In fact, the Americans are pulling the Kurds to their actions so that they help them capture the city of Raqqa - the so-called the capital of IG, fearing that the army of the ATS will do this earlier. The SGA needs this to create a counterweight to Assad from supposedly “moderate” rebels, which can cause a partition of Syria as well as a partition of Germany after its defeat. Allies for 4 years watched someone who, and then famously sided with the real winner. In the same way, they are going to act in Syria, but already by the hands of the Kurds, promising them, naive, the creation of Kurdistan in Syria. They will not surrender Turkey to them - this is a fact. And in the event of a mess between the Kurds and the "moderate" it will clearly support anyone! I’m afraid the Kurds might have miscalculated, relying on the promises of the Yankees. soldier