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The “Kurdish Falcons” brigade, formed by the “Al-Hamza Division” members of the Syrian Free Army, will join the “Olive Branch” operation in Syrian Afrin on Monday, Anadolu reported.

According to the news agency, the brigade will include 400 Kurds and 200 Arabs who have completed special forces training. They will take part in the siege of the city of Afrin and will assist the Turkish armed forces.

According to the commander of the group Hasan Abdullah Culli, it consists of Kurds, inhabiting the Syrian region of Aazaz, and its purpose is to “release the Afrin population from the terrorists of the Workers’ Party of Kurdistan (PKK).”

Since January 20, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Turkey has been conducting the operation “Olive Branch” against the formation of Kurds in Syrian Afrin.

Damascus strongly condemned Turkey’s actions in Afrin, noting that this territory is an integral part of Syria. Moscow in connection with the situation in Afrin called on all parties to restrain and respect the territorial integrity of the country.

On Saturday, the UN Security Council adopted on Saturday the resolution stipulating a 30-day ceasefire in Syria. However, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said that the truce won’t affect the Turkish operation against terrorists.

Source: Sputnik

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Quislings of the Turks.

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miltiades

despisable traitors – only Norwegians & Germans would know what “quisling” means – I mean, non-historians…

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Quisling is not that much apt here.
Quisling is a ruler that piles up on his kin in a frenzy of submission toward the occupants, to the point of actually being harsher than the occupants themselves.
Those Kurds are not in charge of anything: “traitors” would just be the right term.
OTOH Kurds have a long established tradition of feeble ethnic loyalty. Tribal kinship is much more important than ethnicity, among Kurds.

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I would even say, quisling is the right term for the Kurds, not the Turkish, who finally stand up against NATO and Gülenists. The latter are quislings, too.

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Quislings was the name to all that collaborated with the enemy and fought for him. No only the ruler.

You can call me AL
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Excuse me Sir – I knew what it meant and I am British.

Adfff
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Adfff

Stupid Kurds believe, that NATO is worth a shake-hands?
I am happy, that backstabbing kurds now get from Turkey, what they deaerve
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You can call me AL
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You can call me AL

I hate to agree with you, but the fact is, they betrayed themselves and Syria.

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And they are stupid, too. How much of Afrin did they lose until now? And yet, they still can not see how this all will end.

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Anti-Tuskish movement

That is remind me the story of janissaries but in this case they just are dame traitors.