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All citizens of Fuah and Kafrayaa have been evacuated.
SAA discovered more weapons in Aqrab town, Hama
Evacuation of two pro-Assad Syrian villages under way
Here we go again
Turkey is really starting to look like bad guys in this war.
That's what tends to happen when you funnel in arms and fighters to more or less extremist groups, depending on the day and refuse to abandon them even when everyone else seems to have.
I wonder what will happen to TFSA post-war, or rather I wonder will they go down easily or perhaps bite the hand that's fed them all this time.
They were attacking the saa without turkeys permission a bit ago so they might start infighting and then fight turkey a little and then the whole thing falls apart.
This is a maybe though, as turkey does seem to have a decent grasp on them other than the one incident.
I do not disagree that Turkey's Afrin campaign has done nothing positive for anyone but opposition fighters and their immediate families, but this is what's starting to make them look bad to you? How do you feel about them waving through any jihadists in 2013/2014 and more or less tolerating ISIS logistics based in border cities?
I won't claim that we should assume MIT's support of ISIS but we can be sure they let ISIS operate pretty freely, can we not? That they knew what ISIS was doing and didn't care to stop them? Is that not worthy of at least the same badguyness as any jihadist-supporting outside power like gulf donors or US support of hardline islamist rebels?
Unless we are not assuming hardline islamist forces to be negative, in which case I'm curious what your bar for badguyness is. Is indirect action/implicit support not enough? That's a position that I would disagree with, but could understand as a precise position to take. Or is it something else?
That they knew what ISIS was doing and didn't care to stop them?
Sorry, but no one declared us the police of the middle east. I find it always fascinating, how international law and public opinion means shit, when it comes to Turkey.
Turkey's operation didn't made because for some gain. It was for to thwart enemy gains. And I don't think there is any support from Turkey to the ISIS without NATO instructions. These whole arab spring thing and Syria conflict made some people rich. If you want know who is or are behind the these event's, you should check for money trail. And ask for who get profit in Libya or which country what gained from Syrian turmoil. There is no TV nor Newspapaer nor a report which is able to show something else than propaganda. These media make people confiuised only.
Everyone has their own proxies. Acting like any of the proxies are completly fine, is just wrong. This isn´t even a permanent state, but an exception, since Turkey plans to form a local police force and push the militia out of the cities (as it was done on ES territory, as it is done in Turkey).