As Turkey marches forward in its plan to establish “Buffer Zones” in Syria, the nature of the Turkish-backed forces and the real purpose of the Turkish invasion are becoming more and more clear for all to see.
As many in the alternative media have realized for quite some time, Turkey’s military incursion into Syria is an attempt to establish the solidification of ISIS/terrorist staging grounds inside Syria as well as to prevent the solidification of Kurdish forces in both Syria and Turkey. While the mainstream media tends to present Turkish-backed forces as moderates fighting against ISIS, the truth is that the Turk-backed fighters are barely distinguishable from ISIS. In fact, in many cases, the groups are one in the same.
They do, however, provide a good pretext for claiming victories over ISIS, justifying, and maintaining a hold on territory seized by these terrorists after they have “driven out ISIS.”
The video can be viewed here:
#Aleppo | ‘Euphrates Shield’ forces captured 4 SAA soldiers after a failed infiltration attempt pic.twitter.com/9WUzQBDO5e— Syria Today (@todayinsyria) March 3, 2017
Still, it is ironic that Turkey’s military operation, in part designed to keep Kurdish forces from forming a united front, is actually succeeding in forcing greater cooperation between Syrian Kurdish forces and the Syrian government.
One can view photos of the soldiers in the article by Paul Antonopoulos of al-Masdar News entitled “Photos Released Of Syrian Army Soldiers Injured By Turkish Military Near Manbij.”
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