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|From: apmoore (Rep: 39) reply to hokk124||Date: 10/21/2019 13:39|
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|Re: Evidence of Turkish phosphorus chemical attack mounts in Syria|
Erdogan is definitely hypervigilant and paranoid due to whats transpired in Turkey the past few years, not a good quality for someone seeking nuclear weapons. There was coup attempt that took place a few years ago in turkey, which raised Erdogan's scrutiny of the Kurds along with the Gulenites..There's a certain radius on Turkey/Syria border that Erdogan wants maintain as the safe distance between Turkey and the Kurdish militia. The Kurds have already solicited the help of Assad, so this safe distance is going to be defined real soon in terms of how Assad feels about Turkey's encroachment. The Kurdish-US presence in Syria was an opposing force to remnants of ISIS, and now with the US pullout, ISIS may be able to regain momentum as the Kurds may not have enough personnel/man power to continue operating the detention centers that house ISIS prisoners in tandem with fighting off the Turkish army. The UN will eventually need to step in and do something about Kurdish diaspora in the middle east. There's a Kurdish presence in northern Iraq, but the Iraqi government barely accommodates its own Sunni minority.... not sure how long they would accommodate the Kurdish presence in Northern Iraq, as the Kurds are mostly Sunni and have already given up on independence in northern Iraq. The problem for the Kurds is not rooted in trying to establish themselves as a Sunni group, which would be solved by seeking refuge in Sunni countries. In fact, Turkey is mostly Sunni. The issue lies in the fact that the Kurds identify as a separate ethnic group and want to establish their own government. This is where the contention lies in finding a place where they can be not just accommodated but also allowed to exist as a separate nation altogether.
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