The Damn Kurds, Always The Damn Kurds…

F***g Kurds Department

Why the damn Kurds? That’s why:

Kurds Are Not Worth Own Statehood in Syria! Period!

Qamishli. The conflict with the Kurds
From: kerzak-1, 2016-03-16 17:00:00

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Recently there has been a high degree of tension in the city of al-Qamishli, where Kurdish security service “Asayish” surrounded the National defense forces (NDF). According to reports coming from al-Qamishli, Kurdish forces have arrested several soldiers and NDF expressed its intention to expel them from Northern Syria.

Government resources are not confirm this information, however, some activists convey similar information. Earlier that day the political leadership of the Syrian Kurds expressed its intention to reform the Northern part of the country on a Federal basis, in spite of the refusal of the Syrian government and the opposition.

Al-Qamishli is a multinational city; the Kurds, Assyrians, Armenians and Arabs coexist in this densely populated region. The attempt to seize the government-controlled areas can backfire formations “Asayish”, as in this case, they will have to face well-armed Assyrian “defense Forces Hasaki” (GPF), which is one of the numerous compounds of the militia in this province.


You must recall that Kurds wanted implement ethnic cleansing one day in the Past on “their” territory – removing all non Kurd nationals.

And today al-Qamishli continued…

Calm prevails over Qamishli after Kurds and government forces make peace
From: AMN – Al-Masdar Al-‘Arabi (The Arab Source), By Leith Fadel – 16/03/2016

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On Wednesday, the situation in the Al-Qamishli District became very tense when Kurdish security forces (Assayish) mobilized near the Security Box that leads to the Qamishli Military Airport and arrested several fighters from the National Defense Forces (NDF).

This situation prompted the NDF to apprehend several members of the Assayish forces in retaliation for the earlier arrests.

Finally, the Syrian government reached out to the Kurdish regime officials and a meeting was held to ease the tensions.

Both sides agreed to release the prisoners they took today and cease all hostilities in order to restore stability to the Al-Qamishli District.

According to government sources, the National Defense Forces became hostile to the Assayish when they began to swell their numbers near the security in Al-Qamishli; this resulted in a verbal confrontation.

Tensions are high in Al-Qamishli today after the news of the PYD’s intention to announce the implementation of a federalist system in Kurdish controlled areas of northern Syria.

Keep in mind – NEVER EVER independence to Kurds! No federalization to Kurds in Syria!

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