Posts Tagged ‘kurds’

image-US-Led Coalition Massacre Civilians in Syria - Archive Photo
US-Led Coalition Massacre Civilians in Syria – Archive Photo

An Outlaw, that’s exactly what the US-led Coalition operating in Syria is; it was never approved by the Syrian government, nor by the United Nations Security Council if that matters, and an outlaw acts they commit.

One family ‘Hassoun al-Pasha’ lost 12 of its members, all civilians, 2 more were injured in an air bombing carried out by the US-led coalition under claims of fighting ISIS in the village of Tal Shayer in Hassakeh southern countryside.

ISIS terrorists operate freely in pockets protected by the US-led coalition in Tanf, northeast of Euphrates and southwest of Syria, this is no… Continue reading:


Avigdor Lieberman, the War Minister of the criminal Zionist Israeli regime occupying the land of Palestine has urged Washington to step up its criminal activity in Syria, mortified that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “is winning.”

As the US, although steadily increasing its special forces presence and expanding a network of illegal military bases, has a minimal direct presence in Syria, the implication is clear that Lieberman and the Israeli government wants Washington to push its proxy, the Kurdish dominated HSD into direct military clashes with… Continue reading: US Unleashes its Kurdish Proxies at Israel’s Demand | Syria News

Syrians in the northern towns of Aleppo, counter this  Kurdalism, which the YPG is enforcing the Kurdish Language on Syrian children in schools in the towns they control in northern Syria.

The so-called People Protection Units of YPG impose the Kurdish Language in the schools in the twelve towns in the north of Aleppo’s countryside.

Al-Watan OnLine page reported the illegal practices of the… Continue reading: YPG’s ‘Kurdalism’ Policies in North Syria | Syria News

Over the last two days, reports on Syria have hit in staccato fashion. Though each short report could produce doctoral dissertations in analyses, the most..

Continue reading: Syria News Shorts from Last Few Days | Syria News

Western imperialists using useful idiots in the left and right to draw new maps of regions and create dependent ‘states’ like Kurdistan..

Source: Divide Sovereign Nations to Create Western Aligned ‘Greater’ Kurdistan

In a new post in, Arabi Souri wrote a new article he titled: Hispanicstan – The Lost Country for Hispanohablantes, where based on the current propaganda in western mainstream media to carve out a country for the Kurds, reinstating a never existing before nation, he outlines where it’s more ideal to carve out such a state for people who are more ready and it’s over due since a long time now.

Hispanicstan, a country for Hispanohablantes

Hispanicstan, a country for Hispanohablantes

People speaking Hispanic in the USA today are over 50 million Mr. Souri outlines and in addition to some other factors, making it more reasonable than a state for the Kurds.

Imagine if Hispanicstan forges close ties with the Russians against the US, just like in the case of Kurdistan against the countries they want to extract it from.

The must read article can be found here:

The team of Vesti is still traveling in Kurdistan and it reported about a larger attack of mercenaries against Ras al Ain, which the Kurds – according as it was to read elsewhere – were able to partially stop.

The city is still partially held by the Kurds. It is interesting to hear about the approach of the Turks, who know how to enrich themselves with their self-generated refugee streams. As far as Kurdish fighters are shown, they do not make the impression that they are able to prevail against such amounts of armed gangs.

To ensure this will be among other things the role of the Syrian Air Force, while Turkey probably also mobilizes their border-near air defence against them.

Source:, 16.11.2012


Al-Qamishli, from where Anastasia Popova and the Vesti-Team have reported on Sunday, is located about 100 kilometres east of the Turkish border town Ceylanpınar or the Syrian town Ras Al Ain, where attacks by the Syrian air force with about 2-3 injured on the Turkish side were reported the day before yesterday and yesterday.

In the report it is said that apparently the day before these incidents in this area, “a full regiment” of “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) fighters were pushed back by the Kurds while attempting to cross the border.

Therefore, the Kurds must be in the control of Ras Al Ain, as in the entire area from there to the east. Theoretically, the Kurds could have also requested the air support in the defence against the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA). However, if Turkish ambulances evacuate injured rebels even from Syrian territory, according to the reports, so directly from Ras Al Ain, then the border in this area is, at least, full of holes.

That the Kurds wall against the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) is no wonder: they were a Turkish project already from the beginning of this crisis. When Anastasia Popova is able to report out of Al-Qamishli, so it can be concluded that the Kurdish regions, as it was previously only to hear by rumours, are actually largely free from rebel gangs.


Yesterday the German mainstream newspaper “taz” published an article entitled “Escalation of Violence in Syria: Now the Kurds should also join the war“, written by Jasna Zajček.

Of course, this reminds some on the new head of the Islamist “Syrian National Council” (SNC), based in Istanbul, and why this head was finally “elected” to represent the questionable interests of this dubious council.

Jasna Zajček was awarded with the CNN Journalist Award in 2005 and it is almost no question that hardly anybody fevers so violently with the “Syrian rebels” than this so-called journalist with experiences at the front (picture see source).


The new head of the SNC, Abdulbaset Sieda – a Kurd from Sweden, where he is in a “voluntary emigration” (quote Sieda) since 1996 – has immediately as the head of the “Syrian National Council” (SNC), based in Istanbul, to begun to justify the deep confidence of the SNC in him, and so he has already published, in this manner, a number of big statements.

Unfortunately, these statements from the new head of the “Syrian National Council” (SNC) in Turkey are mutually exclusive. It is therefore relatively difficult to determine what the new head of the “Syrian National Council” (SNC), Abdulbaset Sieda, really wanted to tell the world with these statements.

Small digression: