All that the Kurds have in common with the Palestinians in this regard is their method. Their moral foundations are radically different.
Due to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s “zero problems” doctrine, Turkey is now a country with zero friends.
Trump may be responding to a genuine desire to evade endless wars, but partisan excuses for his Syria blunder don’t help Israel.
“We call on Christians around the world and in particular those in Jerusalem to shed their indifference, to take a step and publicly express solidarity with our Christian brothers and sisters in northern Syria,” Barak said.
This means that Iranian proxies like Hezbollah are going to have to refocus their efforts to fight the Turkey’s Sunni forces in the North which is “good for Israel” he explained.
Trump is wrong on this one, but Israel can be on the right side of history!
Referencing the Biblical prophet Balaam, Netanyahu added that: “We do not aspire to be ‘a nation that dwells alone,’ but that is how we were forced to stand at the beginning of the Yom Kippur War
Saif Sharif Daoud, an Arab Israeli citizen who joined ISIS was taken prisoner by Kurdish forces in Syria. Now, he has asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to return him to Israel.
A recent report stated that contrary to Trump’s expressed desires just a few months ago, a significant U.S. military presence will remain in Syria. This report was immediately refuted, but as the deadline for a U.S. pullout draws near, the actual outcome becomes even more unclear.
The Kurds in eastern Syria are in panic mode after U.S. President Donald Trump announced that an estimated 2,000 soldiers would soon be removed from the country.