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West Kurdistan seized by Kurds, many thanks to Turdotoglu Davutoglu

July 20 2012 at 6:19 AM
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Nikephoros  (Login Nikephoros)
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Now this is what you call strategic depth:

Firatnews: Kurds seize power in Kobani in Syria
19 July 2012

All government institutions in the city seized by people

The Kurdish people seized all government institutions in the Kurdish city of Kobani in West Kurdistan on Thursday as clashes between Assad¢s regime and Western-supported armed groups are reported to be intensifying. Kurdish authorities in the region stated that this measure has been taken to prevent the war in Syria from reaching the region of Kurdistan.

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Times of Israel: Syrian Kurdish town declares independence from Damascus

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Hopefully also lots of the Islamic fundamentalists hosted by Turkey to fight against Assad also stay behind in Turkgay and make the bandit Turkish people live according to Sharia or pay with beatings or their lives! At least 20% of fake Turkic scum are Alevi, hopefully Sunni fundamentalists kick their asses too, and harder than Assad.
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Re: West Kurdistan seized by Kurds, many thanks to Turdotoglu Davutoglu

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July 20 2012, 6:58 AM 

Political Groups to Run Liberated Kurdish Cities in Syria Through Joint Committee

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region -- Following the liberation of several areas on Thursday, Kurdish opposition groups formed a joint administration to run towns and villages abandoned by the Syrian army.

Nuri Brimo, spokesperson for the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Syria told Rudaw, According to the Erbil agreement both the Kurdish National Council [KNC] and the council of western Kurdistan are running Kobane city together, and have formed a joint committee,

As the Free Syrian Army took its battle against the regime of Bashar Assad into the capital Damascus on Wednesday and killed several top officials, including the defense minister in a bomb attack, the Syrian army abandoned its posts in several Kurdish areas north east of the country.

At the moment only Kobane city has been liberated and the regime has withdrawn its security forces from here, Brimo said. The Kobane story is important and it will the beginning of the liberation of all of western Kurdistan.

On the other hand, Ali Shamdin, an official from the Kurdish Progress Party in Syria said that the authority of the Assad regime has weakened in western Kurdistan.

The Syrian regime has lost control of some areas of Kurdistan and its authority is weakening, Shamdin said. If the situation continues this way, all Kurdish areas will be liberated from the Assad regime.

On Thursday residents of Kobane city took over and raised the Kurdish flag on top of government and Baath party buildings amidst celebrations.

Even before the liberation of Kobane we had decided based on the Erbil agreement to only raise the Kurdish flag officially, Brimo said.

Kurdish political groups in Syria were until recently divided in their approach to the Syrian revolution. The Kurdish National Council brought under its wings around ten groups, but the Democratic Union Party [PYD] boycotted the council until its leaders held talks with KNC leaders in Erbil in the past few months. The groups signed an agreement for the administration of Kurdish areas in post-Assad Syria.

I hope all Kurdish groups act according to the Erbil agreement and if any party violates the agreement, it will be held responsible, Brimo said.

Members of the PYDa close affiliate of the Kurdistan Workers Party [PKK]are the most influential in the Kurdish areas of Syria and for months they have run checkpoints banning the Free Syrian Army from entering their territories.

On Thursday the PYD stopped soldiers Free Syrian Army from reaching Kobane city as the news of the liberation spread.

The Kurdish forces rejected a request by the FSA and told them that they [Kurds] can control their own areas, Hussein Kochar, a PYD official told Rudaw.

But Brimo says to run the Kurdish areas all groups have to work together.

PKK alone cannot run western Kurdistan, he said. There is no other way but unity and only that way can we achieve our goals.

Kobane city is part of the Halab [Aleppo] province and located close to the Turkish border. A 2006 census showed the population of Kobane and its surrounding villages as nearly 400,000 people. Kobane is a fertile agricultural area.

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Re: West Kurdistan seized by Kurds, many thanks to Turdotoglu Davutoglu

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July 20 2012, 8:07 AM 

This is the first time I am aware of PKK controlling a sizeable settlement. Interesting.

I am sure Assad has agreed to give PKK the Kurdish region as long as PKK keeps FSA from gaining a hold. Probably Assad agreed to an autonomous region of Kurdish area if he wins the war.

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July 20 2012, 9:45 AM 

The whole region is undergoing a Kurdish awakening.. Autonomous areas are popping up everywhere, Iraq, Syria and Iran to name a few.. 

...just wait until the sh!t hit's Turkey..


 
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Re: West Kurdistan seized by Kurds, many thanks to Turdotoglu Davutoglu

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July 21 2012, 12:32 AM 

One more:
Firatnews: Kurds take the city of Afrin in Syria 20 July 2012
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I am hoping for the worst possible outcome for the criminal Turk nation, which means that Assad defeats the fundamentalist Sunni idiots, but allows the Kurds regional autonomy.

Is there any link where someone can donate to AKP efforts? They are a huge gift for Greeks and anti-Turks everywhere.
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Re: West Kurdistan seized by Kurds, many thanks to Turdotoglu Davutoglu

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July 21 2012, 1:42 AM 

Davutoglu is a karagiozi but he has nothing to do with these news. Kurds in Syria
stayed neutral and they`re just securing their own cities.

 
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July 24 2012, 5:26 AM 

The second de-facto Kurdish state in the region, has sent ex-Syrian army personnel to be trained by Massoud Barzani in the first defacto Kurdish state of Northern Iraq:
http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2012/07/201272393251722498.html

Good job Neo-Othoman maniacs.
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July 24 2012, 11:37 AM 

They made a deal with assad for this, but assad has to live and survive this revolution for this to work out for them. All those areas will be taken back by the sunni arabs once assad falls.

 
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July 24 2012, 11:40 AM 

Free Syrian Army will retake those cities once they trow Esad far away.

 
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July 25 2012, 3:15 AM 

The Free Syrian Army are militarily incapable monkeys. The reason why this so called uprising, rebellion, or Civil War was is any way successful was because of the masters of the subhuman Turks, the Gulf Arabs. They offered lots of money and gifts to people to join the FSA and most importantly they undermined the Syrian army by offering lots of money to defect.

The disgusting Gulf Arabs whose balls Turks love to lick, will not be able to throw money to get Kurds to join the FSA. Here are the FSA monkeys you worship in action:
The FSA in this video blow themselves up like idiots:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0v-kLSvABcU&feature=related

Syrian rebel idiots loading a mortar shell upside down and blowing themselves up:


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