IS, Al Qaeda and Turkish regime do not have so many ideological differences with regard to the elimination of Christians, Kurds and Jews in the Middle East.


Survivors of the Armenian genocide have fled to northern Syria!
Turkish mass killers have not changed and they also want to destroy the remains. Turkish invasion of Syria is meant to exterminate all Christians!

Syriac, Assyrian, Chaldean, and Armenian Christians in Syria!

Safe zone is a big trap! Turkish invasion makes everything worse than the IS and AL QAEDA!
Stop the Turks. See in Afrin what they really mean by the Safe zone!

Image result for According to the 2018 Syria Human Rights Report recently released by the State Department, the Turkish Armed Forces and affiliated Syrian Army (FSA) units killed civilians during the capture of Afrin. Looting, kidnapping, and forced displacement of civilians!



Descendants of survivors.

Many of their ancestors perished in the 1915 Seyfo massacre in which an estimated three-hundred-thousand Christians were killed by the Ottomans. Virtually every Christian family in Northeast Syria has a relative or ancestor who was directly impacted by the Ottoman atrocities. The passing down of trauma from one generation to the next is known as transgenerational trauma. If the United States agrees to Turkey’s plan to deploy troops in Northeast Syria, then Washington could become complicit in the perpetuation of transgenerational trauma among the Christian minority of Syria—even if those troops refrain from the abuses committed in Afrin last year.

Turkish mass killers have not changed and they also want to destroy the remains. Turks have killed / expelled all Christians in Turkey and now they also want to eliminate the Christians who have fled.

Syriac, Assyrian, Chaldean, and Armenian Christians has not forgotten the persecution they suffered at the hands of the Turks a century ago. And it is precisely this experience that informs their current opposition to Ankara’s plan to deploy Turkish troops East of the Euphrates. Turkish Jihadi Erdoğan is trying to frame the plan as a “buffer zone” or “safe zone.” For Syrians, it’s another intervention by a foreign power. Instead of inducing a sense of safety, the idea of deploying Turkish troops in their homeland rekindles memories of the trauma their community has suffered before.

Every Christian family in Syria has a relative or ancestor who was directly impacted by the Ottoman atrocities. The passing down of trauma from one generation to the next is known as transgenerational trauma. Turkish invasion makes everything worse than the IS and AL QAEDA!
 

The survivors of the Armenian and Assyrian Christians have just fled to northern Syria.
Turkish Safe Zone in Syria is a big trap! They want to destroy the remains of the Christians.

Turkish Salafist regime wants to continue its genocidal process.
In Turkey there are not so many Christians anymore!
Now Turkey wants to clear Christians outside its borders, also in northern Syria.

Safe zone is always set in a country that requires it!

Safe zone must be right in Turkey or on the border, not where the Kurds and Christians live!
Turks want to penetrate further where the remains of the Christians live! Safe zone is a big trap! Turks have a different purpose! According to the 2018 Syria Human Rights Report recently released by the State Department, the Turkish Armed Forces and affiliated Syrian Army (FSA) units killed civilians during the capture of Afrin. Looting, kidnapping, and forced displacement of civilians!
Please do not give a chance!

If USA wont stop it, the chances for the rest of us to do so will diminish exponentially.

Turkish Salafist regime wants to continue its genocidal process.
In Turkey there are not so many Christians anymore!
Now Turkey wants to clear Christians outside its borders, also in northern Syria.

Turkey wants to not only deploy a contingent of troops, but to control the entire area.

Descendants of Survivors: Syriac Christians Oppose a Turkish ‘Safe Zone’ in Syria.Turks have chased not only the Kurds but also all Christians from the Afrin. All Christian monuments destroyed! Turks don’t want Christians in America! This is the same ideology as IS and Al Qaeda. Christians refer to themselves as “descendants of survivors.” Many of their ancestors perished in the 1915 Seyfo massacre in which an estimated three-hundred-thousand Christians were killed by the Ottomans.

Instead of continuing to indulge Erdoğan’s neo-Ottoman plans to further annex parts of northern Syria, U.S. officials could simply tell Ankara that there will be no further deployment of Turkish troops in Syria.

Safe zone must be right in Turkey or on the border, not where the Kurds and Christians live!
Please do not give a chance

Turkish army and its allies, the Jihadists of IS + AL Qaeda, HTS want to attack the Kurds.

Turkey’s National Security Council met Tuesday to decide whether to launch a military offensive into Syria against the Kurdish people.. For local residents, the Turkish threats have been part of their daily routines since the outbreak of Syria’s civil war in 2011.

Turks have brought all Jihad organizations together.. There are real fears that the IS may be able to advance into the area itself very soon. What Turkey really wants is to control parts of our region so that Kurds and Syrian Democratic Forces will have no access to the border. It’s all a political maneuver for more gains in the broader Syrian context…

Turkish military trucks carrying tanks and personnel carriers are destined for the border with Syria,  Jan. 14, 2019. 

Turkish dictatorship wants to destroy the Kurds. All terrorist Jihad organizations (IS+ Al Qaida, HTS etc..) under the leadership of the Turkish army are ready to occupy Kurdish territory and establish Sharia regime.  

With Washington backing the YPG and warning against any unilateral action, the two NATO allies could be on a collision course.

With the YPG a key ally in the U.S.-led war against Islamic State, Washington is warning Ankara against any unilateral action. Months of diplomatic talks between the NATO allies to seek a compromise remain deadlocked.

In a telephone call Monday, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar told U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper that Turkey was obliged to act if efforts to find common ground failed independently. Akar also raised the stakes, calling for Washington to end its military support of the YPG.

However, analysts warn any unilateral action by Turkey carries significant risks. U.S. special forces are deployed with the YPG, and American jets are enforcing a de-facto no-fly zone.

As Turkish troops began their military buildup along the border video emerged purportedly showing a Kurdish member of the SDF in Manbij abusing Arab residents and has widely circulated on social media. It wouldn’t be the first time SDF members got caught mistreating civilians.

In February 17, 2018 a group of U.S. Marines in Deir Ezzor provided care to badly wounded Arab civilians as angry Kurdish SDF fighters tried to stop them from providing treatment, leading to a violent confrontation that night that left one Kurdish fighter dead and U.S. Marine Sgt. Cameron Halkovich injured.

However the Manbij Military Council—which is made up of both Arabs and Kurds along with other ethnicities—insists that the uniforms in the recent video are wrong and that it’s a product of Turkish government propaganda.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which has been critical of what it considers heavy-handed tactics and abuses by the SDF in several parts of the country, agrees the video is likely faked and that the timing isn’t a coincidence. “The Syrian Observatory rejects all forms of torture and abuse against the Syrian citizen by any party,” it said in a statement. “However, such fabricated videos in primitive ways which appear… at a time when Turkey is preparing to launch a military campaign east of Euphrates, aim to create an Arab-Kurdish strife.”

In the al-Hol displaced persons camp, where SDF authorities have housed suspected families of ISIS fighters since the Battle of Baghouz, there are almost daily attacks on the camp’s staff and aid workers by residents. More than 73,000 people currently live in the camp and some are vocally eager for the prospect of a Turkish invasion, seeing it as a potential opportunity to stage large scale uprisings and escape. Foreign “ISIS brides” seem particularly enthusiastic. “[The Turkish Army] will get here, and they will liberate us,” an American woman in al-Hol who didn’t want to reveal her real name but who goes by Umm Sofia told The Daily Beast.

“If the coalition withdrew, we would face problems from both Turkey and the Regime,” said Mohammed. “Both would attack from the North and from the West.

Most of the fires in our areas are caused by the Syrian regime, Turkish intelligence, and ISIS cells,” said Salman Barudo, joint chairman of the Agriculture and Economic Commission for the U.S-backed and Kurdish-led administration that now oversees much of Northeast Syria. 

According to the region’s Economic and Agricultural Authority, the crop losses brought on by fires in Northeast Syria this summer are currently estimated to be more than 19 billion Syrian pounds (about $33 million). The fires have so far destroyed 44,788 hectares (more than 110,000 acres), killed at least 10 people and injured many more—including both military personnel and civilians.

In the province of Deir Ezzor to the south, the Syrian military and allied Iranian-backed militias allegedly burned crops and tried to convince locals not to sell them to the Kurdish-led self-administration through a mix of counteroffers and threats