If the heinousness of yesterday's terror attack in Afrin won’t move PKK/YPG sympathisers, including some international observers, then what will?
Diyarbakir Governor’s Office said Turkey’s military launched an operation to catch the perpetrators of the attack.
The attack comes after Turkey reached two separate deals last month with the US and Russia to pause its anti-terror operation in northern Syria to allow YPG/PKK terrorists to withdraw from a planned safe zone.
President of the Kurdish Regional Government in Northern Iraq, Nechirvan Barzani, said that his government had previously warned Syrian Kurds to distance themselves from the PKK terror group.
Turkish people living in different parts of Europe are being exposed to life-threatening situations as PKK sympathisers, masquerading as protestors, are baying for their blood.
Turkey's operation has been widely condemned in the West, and mostly by those who don't understand Syria, the region, or its people.
If there were peace then the PKK would lose its relevance - and this has been proven repeatedly.
Turkish presidency's communications director condemned the Arab League for mischaracterising Turkey’s anti-terrorism operation in northeastern Syria as an “invasion".
The West's fetishisation of the YPG in northern Syria is ignorant and insulting to all Kurds - and that's just one part of a broad narrative riddled with hypocrisy and an ignorance of history.
Security forces confiscated one tonne of marijuana in Batman province, less than three weeks after confiscating 5.5 million cannabis plants in Diyarbakir.
The 2019 "terrorism situation and trend report" says there has been a significant rise in offences against Turkish mosques and shops in Germany.
Europol, the police authority of Europe, said in its latest report that crimes by the PKK terrorists increased in the last year, as "an act of vengeance" for Turkey’s counter-terror operation in Syria's Afrin.
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