Is the military intervention of France, Israel and the UK in Syria legal?
The 2249  resolution adopted by the UN Security Council allows France, Israel and the UK to launch a new war in Syria and Iraq. According to the French side, which proposed the text of this resolution, this resolution, by virtue of Article 51 of the UN Charter, allows the coalition to carry out any actions, that is, “legal defense”. And British Prime Minister David Cameron believes that she allows "any actions" against this bloody satanic sect both in Syria and in Iraq .
However, according to experts of the research service at the library of the House of Commons, this is not the case. After a thorough legal analysis, Arabella Lang argues that this resolution does not allow the unrestricted use of force, it only calls upon those who have the legal right to redouble their efforts . That is, only those states that are asked to intervene in Syria and Iraq can act.
Iraq was forced to send a letter to the General Secretariat and the UN Security Council stating that Daesh detachments were attacking it from Syrian territory, although the Islamic State itself was created in Iraq. After France and the United Kingdom - but not Israel - received an appeal from Iraq, they began to claim that they had the right to "legitimate collective defense." In addition, both of these states believe that they are attacked by Daesh from Syrian territory and therefore have the right to legitimate defense. However, these arguments are valid only if London and Paris provide evidence that these attacks are carried out directly from Syria, which is far from being the case .
That is, the military intervention of France, Israel and Great Britain into Syria without the consent of the government of the Syrian Arab Republic is illegal.
It should be noted that the UN Charter and the relevant General Assembly resolutions formally prohibit military support to non-state formations attempting to overthrow the power in the UN member states. Therefore, France and the United Kingdom declare their support for the armed forces in Syria only defensive weapons. However, these formations receive a significant amount of offensive weapons (rifles, mortars, ATGMs and MANPADS, and even combat agents). In August, French President Francois Hollande admitted to 2014 in an interview with the Monde newspaper that France had sent offensive weapons to the Syrian rebels . And in an interview with journalist Xavier Panon, he adds that since 2012  supplied 20-mm cannons, machine guns, grenade launchers and anti-tank shells, which violates international law and puts France on a par with gangster states .
Sneaky plan of France, Israel and the UK
Beginning with November 20, France is trying to create another coalition to fight Daesh, and more specifically to capture Raqqa. This rhetoric, which is an attempt to convince the French that the government intends to respond to the November 13 attacks in Paris, does not conceal the colonial aspirations of President Hollande. In fact, to free Raqqa from Daesh, but with what kind of ground forces and for what purpose?
Russian VKS support Syrian government forces, and according to French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, the Franco-British campaign could support the Free Syrian Army created in Libya by Al-Qaeda, the Sunni Arab forces (that is, the armed forces supported by the Turkish army) and Kurds (at the same time, the Syrian detachments of the people's self-defense of the YPG and the Peshmerga of the regional Kurdish Administration of Iraq)
If these forces succeed in capturing Rakka, the city will be ruled by the regional Kurdish Administration of Iraq, which will annex it. Kurdistan will be proclaimed in Syria and Iraq, the Syrian population living there will be expelled, and 10 millions of Turkish Kurds will be resettled in this new state.
In 2011, Mr. Alain Juppe from France and Ahmet Davutoglu from Turkey signed a secret agreement on the creation of Sunnistan in the territory of Iraq and Syria with the help of a terrorist organization (Daesh) and Kurdistan in the territory also belonging to these countries. This plan has been approved by Israel and the UK.
In 2011, French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe and his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu signed a secret treaty. We know that it included several mutual obligations, one of which is the “settlement of the Kurdish issue” without “violating the territorial integrity of Turkey,” that is, the creation of Kurdistan in Syria.
Convinced that Alain Juppe had a gollist, the French did not understand this maneuver in 2005. At that time, Alain Juppe was sentenced conditionally to 14 months in prison and one year of deprivation of voting rights for illegally financing his party from state funds. He left France and began teaching in Montreal. However, he was not often seen in Montreal due to the fact that he was undergoing secret training in third countries. Today, although he is a member of the opposition, he is one of the main instigators of the Middle East policy that President Hollande is pursuing despite history and the interests of France.
Kurdistan and Syria
The Kurds have lived for several centuries in the territory belonging to Turkey, Iraq and Iran. According to the 1962 census, 169000 Kurds lived in Syria, that is, an infinitesimal proportion of the total number of Kurds. During the civil war in Turkey in 1980-90, 2 a million Turkish Kurds fled to Syria. The idea of France, Israel and Great Britain is not to create their own state in Turkey, but to colonize the country, which generously accepted them.
Syria has already been divided between France and the United Kingdom at a conference in Sanremo and in accordance with the Sykes-Picot agreement (1916). Historically, it included not only today's Syria, but also Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Sanjak Alexandretta (Turkish Antioch), and part of Iraq. The proposed plan provides for its further dismemberment.
The head of the Syrian Kurds Salih Muslim and Recep Tayyip Erdogan 31 October 2014 were at the reception of Francois Hollande. The three of them agreed on the establishment of Kurdistan in Syria, the expulsion of Sunnis and Christians and the relocation of Turkish Kurds there.
Who are the Kurds?
The Kurds represent a single culture, but speak different languages - Kurmanji, Sorani and Pahlevi, to which should be added the fourth language, absolutely different from the three previous ones, Zaza Gora.
During the Cold War, the Kurds were divided into two groups. The first was supported by Israel and the USA, and the second by Syria and the USSR.
During the civil war in Turkey, the main party of Turkish Kurds of the Marxist-Leninist type of the PKK and its leader Abdullah Ocalan fought for the creation of an independent Kurdistan in Turkey. They emphasized that they had no territorial claims to Syria. Ocalan was accepted by Damascus as a political refugee, and from there he led military operations in Turkey. Hiding from the repression, 2 million Turkish Kurds found refuge in Syria. But in 1998, Ankara began to threaten Syria with war, if it continues to harbor the PKK. President Hafez Assad eventually demanded that Abdullah Ocalan move to another country, but continued to protect Kurdish refugees.
At the very beginning of the war against Syria, President Bashar al-Assad gave Syrian citizenship to many Kurds who had fled from Turkey. He contributed to the creation of local armed groups to participate in the defense of their territories. For the first two years, they collaborated with the Syrian security forces, but with 2014, the situation gradually deteriorated.
31 October 2014, immediately after the Koban massacre, Salih Muslim, head of the Kurdish Democratic Union in Syria, was received by Francois Hollande along with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The two heads of state, who so far refused to help the Syrian Kurds, convinced Salih Muslim that it was in his personal interest to renounce the obligations of the PKK and join their project.
A year later, Salih Muslim will launch an operation to enforce the introduction of the Kurdish language in northern Syria, which will arouse the indignation of the local population, mainly Assyrian Christians and Arab Sunnis .
But Salih Muslim will experience the greatest difficulties in mobilizing militants when France, Israel and the United Kingdom begin the operation to create Kurdistan in Syria. Young Kurds, hiding in Iraq, refused en masse to join this colonial project .
The second time Salih Muslim visited Paris 27 this November.
Turkey's destruction of the Russian Su-24
The strikes of the Russian VKS, launched by 1 on October 2015, disrupted the plans of the colonial powers. For President Erdogan, they put off the implementation of the Juppe plan and his dream of cleansing Turkey. Therefore, he ordered his Armed Forces to prepare an incident with a Russian plane, which the foreteller Fuat Avni had warned about at the time.
16 November Russia intensified air strikes against terrorist groups in Syria and dealt a political blow to their sources of funding. President Vladimir Putin caused a stir among the G20 in Antalya, although he did not give the name of Recep Tayyip Erdogan who chaired the meeting. He presented to the diplomats who were present satellite images of truck convoys heading from Syria to Turkish ports, and condemned the connivance of those who allow Daesh to receive billions of dollars from the illegal oil trade .
Reassessing Washington’s support, or not properly appreciating the Russian force, President Erdogan orders the 24 to be shot down in November by a Russian bomber who allegedly entered the Turkish territory  for 11 seconds. Moscow quickly responded to this incident by imposing tough economic sanctions against Turkey, provided airborne incident radar data refuting Turkey’s allegations of violation of its airspace , deployed C-400 in Syria, and Russian General Headquarters in December 2 presented satellite evidence of Turkish involvement in financing Daesh .
The international media, which denied the truth the whole year, suddenly scattered in accusations at the autocrat from Ankara and his family.
29 November 2015 The European Union spread a red carpet in front of Turkey. He again raised the issue of accession negotiations, abolition of visas, as well as granting 3 billions of euros to Turkey (Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Chairman of the Council Donald Tusk and Commission Chairman Jean-Claude Juncker).
On November 29, the European Union organized a special summit with the participation of Turkey. Ignoring Vladimir Putin’s statements at the G20 summit in Antalya and the reports (unpublished) by High Representative Federica Mogherini, indicating that Daesh oil flows to the EU through Cyprus, Italy and France, the participants concluded: “Given the final declaration of the last G20 summit held in Antalya , and Security Council resolution 2249 (2015), Turkey and the European Union confirm that the fight against terrorism remains a priority ”(sic) .
In pursuance of 2011’s Juppe plan, negotiations on Turkey’s accession to the EU continued, the visa regime is at the cancellation stage and, as the cherry on the cake, the Union commits Turkey to allocating a billion euro 3 ostensibly to assist in resolving the issue with Syrian refugees.
The French Parliament  and the British House of Commons , convinced that the 2249 resolution allows them to intervene in Syria without the consent of Damascus, gave permission to the executive to intervene in the country. The aim of the air strikes was announced Daesh. During the discussions, none of the chambers raised the issue of creating Kurdistan.
Contrary to the statements made in the media, no one has changed his policy regarding Daesh. The terrorist organization continues to be supported by those who created it (American politicians with David Petraeus and John Negroponte, the governments of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey). Only Iraqi Shiites, the Lebanese Hezbollah, the Syrian government army and Russia continue to fight against it. The operations of the American coalition were not aimed at eradicating Daesh, but only at restraining it. And today the game consists in “liberating” the north of Syria and settling this territory with Iraqi Kurds, driving Daesh to Iran, where he was allocated the Al-Anbar region. The only thing that has changed after the Russian intervention is that the West does not insist that Daesh occupy the Syrian desert.
- France and the UK have inspired public opinion that the 2249 resolution allows them to intervene in Syria to fight Daesh. This allowed the parliaments to obtain permits for air strikes without the consent of Syria.
- In ground operations, they are counting on the support of the armed groups of the Turkomans (supported by the Turkish army) and the Kurdish units of the YPG people's self-defense (supported by the regional Kurdish Administration of Iraq and Israel).
“The goal of this intervention is not to eradicate Daesh, but to oust him to Al-Anbar, conduct ethnic cleansing this time in northern Syria and create a new state of Kurdistan there.
 “Résolution 2249”, Réseau Voltaire, 20 November 2015.
 “United Nations Security Council Resolution”, 10, Downing Street, November 20 2015
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 “François Hollande confirms avoir livré des armes aux rebelles en Syrie”, Le Monde, 20 August 2014.
 Recall also that Nicolas Sarkozy also supplied heavy weapons to 2011, in particular Milan installations, that he never publicly acknowledged this.
 Dans les coulisses de la diplomatie française, Xavier Panon, L'Archipel, 13 May 2015
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