Turkish Intervention in Syria

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Solution is simple.. if those *uckers attack Azez, Afrin from Tall Rifat.. Bomb them in Kobane or Al Hasakah.. They are cowardly attacking under Russian skirt.. Okay.. But they are still YPG / PKK.. And if Russian planes bomb our guys, bomb Esad's gang 10 times in return, bear will get the warning, it is the only thing it understands. Reciprocity (Mütekabiliyet).

100% agree with you. Bloody hell whats the worst that can happen!
We need to just level the ground where these f*ckers are located.

Our boys are been killed because of our disgraceful and cowardly politicians not giving a f*ck as long as they fill their pockets. Enough is enough, we have the firepower and willingness by our boys to do the job.

Why are we there to be target practice for these scum terrorists !

Our leaders are bloody useless that includes akar!
 

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There is a huge difference between spatial intelligence (creative thinking in multiple dimensions) and kinesthetic intelligence (involves physical activity, valor). The relation between the two is commonly translated as: When you use your balls too often to solve problems in your agenda, you will end up in a turf worse than before;)

I agree, we need to act fast, hit hard, but always think multilateral. As the consequences may be far from our expectations.
 
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Hürriyet (Turkish Security Sources): The Assad regime and Iranian militias are preparing for a chemical attack on civilians in Idlib. Chemical weapons are stored in Aleppo.

Erdogan statement yesterday, today's this one, it all looks like prelude for some kind of operation, same rhetoric like with previous ones, only remains to be seen where exactly?
 

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YPG/PKK turns Syria's Tal Rifaat into war zone: drone footage​

BY DAILY SABAH​

ISTANBUL WAR ON TERROR
OCT 13, 2021 12:02 PM GMT+3
Syrians check the damage at a destroyed school after it was hit by an airstrike killing six Syrians in town of Tal Rifaat on the outskirts of Aleppo, Syria, Aug. 8, 2012. (AP File Photo)
Syrians check the damage at a destroyed school after it was hit by an airstrike killing six Syrians in town of Tal Rifaat on the outskirts of Aleppo, Syria, Aug. 8, 2012. (AP File Photo)



The PKK terrorist group’s Syrian offshoot, YPG, has been digging entrenchments in the Syrian border town of Tal Rifaat near the Turkish border, as officials said Turkey is considering launching a new counterterrorism operation amid threats.

According to drone footage recorded by aHaber TV, the YPG/PKK terrorists are busy digging trenches and have turned the village of Sheikh Isa into a military headquarters. The village has been used as the launching area for recent attacks targeting Turkey.

They have also forcefully confiscated homes of local residents in the area, where no civilians can be seen on the streets.

The terrorists have had control of Tal Rifaat for the past five years and have forced 250,000 people to migrate toward the Turkish border.

Turkey is considering targeting Tal Rifaat and Azaz in counterterrorism operations following attacks on security forces and civilians.

While President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan recently urged Russia to ensure the YPG/PKK terrorists withdraw from the area as part of a previous deal, he told a recent cabinet meeting that Turkey would take “necessary steps” in Syria.

Turkish officials note that Moscow has failed to follow through on its promises to control the YPG/PKK in Syria, with the terrorist organization staging several attacks in the safe zones the Syrian National Army has formed with the support of Turkey.

The YPG/PKK, which occupies roughly a third of Syria's territory with the support of the U.S., frequently targets Azaz, Marea, Al-Bab, Jarablus, Afrin, Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain in the north of the country with heavy weapons.

In their attacks, the terrorists use advanced heavy weapons such as TOW missiles, multi barrel rocket launchers, Katyusha and Grad missiles as well as U.S. and Russian-made rocket launchers and mortars.

The Tal Rifaat area of Aleppo, located 18 kilometers (11 miles) from the Turkish border, stands out during these attacks.

The YPG/PKK, which captured Tal Rifaat in February 2016 with Russian air support, is attacking Turkish security forces and opposition fighters' positions that are providing security to settlements in the Operation Euphrates Shield and Operation Olive Branch regions.

The most attacked area after Tal Rifaat is the Manbij region of Aleppo, located 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) from the Turkish border, and Ain al-Arab (Kobani) district on the border.

The YPG/PKK also threatens the security of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain districts located in the Operation Peace Spring zone on the Syria-Turkey border.

The terrorist group also fires mortars and heat-seeking missiles over the villages of Tal Tamr, Tal Derdara and Abu Ras Ain in the Ras al-Ain countryside.

In addition to carrying out car bombings in civilian settlements, the YPG/PKK feeds the conflict environment by making attempts to infiltrate positions of the Syrian National Army on the front lines from time to time.

The YPG/PKK has killed hundreds of civilians since 2016, especially by targeting hospitals, schools and crowded civilian settlements with its attacks.

The terrorist group wants to prevent the return of civilians to their lands by intimidating them.

The organization, which sent bomb-laden vehicles from the occupied territories to the safe areas in the north, carried out numerous attacks against Turkish security forces, Syrian National Army elements and Turkish Armed Forces members who ensured security in the field.

Two Turkish police officers were killed and two others were wounded after the YPG/PKK carried out an attack in Azaz in northern Syria on Sunday.

The terrorists on Monday also fired ammunition that landed in two areas and caused explosions in southern Gaziantep province's Karkamış district across the border from Jarablus, Syria.

 

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If an operation does take place the only real areas of interest are Tall Tamr, Ayn Issa and areas south of Qamishli. Perhaps Manbij ?

Tell Rifaat would be the obvious target but as a number of people have said, this would be far too risky for Russia (protecting its assets in Aleppo).Unless significant concessions are made (maybe south of M4 highway) its unlikely that Tell Rifaat would be touched.

This is if Turkey makes a deal with Russia or USA and doesn't just 'take matters into its own hands'.
 
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