By Ceding Northeastern Syria to the Kurds, Assad Puts Turkey in a Bind
Jul 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TIME.com
In this Tuesday, July 24, 2012 photo, a Syrian boy sits atop a damaged military tank at the border town of Azaz, some 20 miles north of Aleppo, Syria.
There more to come ,IRAN have to help the Alwees numbering twenty million to control Turkey itself ...Kurds was expected to do what they are good at , so no surprizes there END OF WAHABI dominitions of Middle East
The Wahabi terrorists are under protection because they are sitting on all that oil which the west needs.
That's why they got rid of Saddam. Even though he was Sunni, he was not being a good boy and tried to ignore the US and hurt the Wahabi business.
Sadaam was a Bacteria grown to look like human being....He made Wahabi bomber look reasonableGEORGE BUSH IS A SAINT IN IRAQ
Since: Feb 12
Time for a unified independent Kurdistan?
"...In the 1916 Sykes-Picot agreement Britain and France promised them a state of their own, but then reneged, and they ended up as minorities, more or less severely repressed, in the four countries – Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria – among which their vast domains were divided.
They repeatedly rebelled against this new order, especially in Iraq..."
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