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ISIL’s main sponsor Erdogan deyloy forces in Syrian territory ‘to fight Daesh(!)’

24 August 2016 14:45




Turkish special forces have entered Syrian territory in what they say is an operation against the Daesh terrorist group in a Syrian city near the Turkish border.

Turkish officials said anonymously that units of special forces entered Syria through the Turkish border after firing artillery rounds into the Syrian city of Jarablus, in the northern province of Aleppo and some 398 kilometers (248 miles) northeast of the capital, Damascus, at around 4 a.m. local time (0100 GMT) on Wednesday.

The Turkish air force and aircraft from a US-led military coalition have pounded targets in and around the Syrian city.

The Turkish officials said the special forces are in Syrian territory to open a passage for Turkish ground forces for a larger-scale incursion into Jarablus.

They asserted that the operation is aimed at “clearing Turkish borders of terrorist groups, helping to enhance border security and supporting the territorial integrity of Syria.”

The officials further said that the prevention of a new flow of refugees and facilitating the distribution of basic commodities among the region’s civilian population were also among the goals of the operation.

Meanwhile, reports say Turkish tanks have entered Syrian territory to conduct operations in Jarablus.

With Syrian interests in mind(?)

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan later on Wednesday announced the beginning of the military operation against Daesh in Jarablus.

“At 4:00 this morning, operations started in the north of Syria against terror groups which constantly threaten our country, like Daesh and the PYD,” he said in a speech in Ankara.

In rare remarks, Erdogan said Turkey “only ever sought to help the people of Syria” and that no other intentions were involved. He seemed to contradict himself, though, when he said Turkey also wanted to put an end to the frequent attacks on the Turkish border.

However, the Ankara government has recently been speaking somewhat more softly about the Syrian government, which it has long opposed.

Yet, the politicians left the questions that arouse in public opinion investigating the role of Turkish Government’s direct link with the terror group revealed in hundreds of video and reports. US-israel ally Erdogan Regime believed to be serving thew secret agenda which aims to secure israel by toppling Assad who is number one opponent of zionist invasion policies in the region.

A Turkish army tank and an armored vehicle are stationed near the border with Syria, in Karkamis, southeastern Turkey, August 23, 2016. (Photo by AP)


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