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JUNE 2020

It’s Hard To Be Turkish-backed Militant In Syria


It's Hard To Be Turkish-backed Militant In Syria

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It’s hard to be a Turkish-backed militant in Syria. The person on the photo above simultaneously uses flags of Turkey, ISIS, the Free Syrian Army and the National Syrian Army (one more formation created by Turkey). This case is a visual explanation of why the Astana process is yet to divide the ‘moderate opposition’ from the terrorists. Often, these are the same people.




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  • dutchnational

    A graphic demonstration why all of those groups have t o be expelled from both Afrin and Idlib areas.

    • Lupus

      And Aleppo, Hama, Latakia…

      • dutchnational

        There too, indeed.

      • FlorianGeyer

        The whole world in fact , Lupus.

        • Lupus

          Yes bro, u got it

  • Lupus

    Hahaha LOL this says it all 🤣👆

  • TC Kutay Metolar

    So fake.

    • PZIVJ

      Article does not claim that this guy is captured or friendly.
      But it does make a statement. :)

  • Tiresia Branding

    captagon addicted…

  • DannyC

    Shoot him in the back of the head just to be safe

  • Lazy Gamer

    Cmon guys, be fair. He is just trying to survive. lol

    • FlorianGeyer

      So are the Irish Traveller Gipsy’s that try to steal my stuff :)

  • Daniel Rich

    I see the F1 season in Idlib has started early this year.

  • klove and light

    lolol… Turkey.. russias Partner in syria…..hilarious…..if it aint such a treacherous move by Zionist pig putin

    • Xoli Xoli

      There is no friendship between Putin and Erdogan. Only backstabbing. I wonder why can’t their kill each other.I mean Putin can poison Erdogan and then Erdogan can chop off Putin’s head after realizing.

      Then Russian military will fight without disruption just as their did in Georgia.

    • Barba_Papa

      In international politics you can work together very well on one thing and be at proxy war with each other over another. It’s all about what you deem more important and if you are going to let it sour the rest of your relations. Both Russia and Turkey seem to think that working together on other things is worth it to accept that each will support the other side in the Syrian war. While it probably annoys Putin to no end that Erdogan supports the headchoppers in Idlib, Afrin and North Aleppo I reckon it annoys Erdogan equally that Putin supports Assad and that there is squat he can do about it. Except funnel weapons to the headchoppers in Idlib.

      I reckon that Putin might come down harder on Erdogan if it weren’t for the Kurdish state that the US is building in Eastern Syria, to which Erdogan is a perfect counter.

  • MeMad Max

    Its simple: just kill em all….

    • FlorianGeyer

      The execution of such a policy must be achieved with prudence though.
      Prudence, is a long lost word in the US, I think.

  • Xoli Xoli

    Kill all Erdogan terrorists just to give Devil something to fray in hell.Surely the devil will give them nice burnout virgins which their wish for.All Martyrs goes to hell.

  • Xoli Xoli

    It is good to be Turkish terrorists you rape,you chop off heads,you steal and get safe by ceasefire.

  • Icarus Tanović

    Al Nusra is missing, or Hts, or whatever. But wait, theyre dissolving…meaning changing their name once AGAIN.

    • dinnedup

      It’s more like the transformation of Puff Daddy(ISIS papa) to P. Diddy to Diddy!

  • Boycott-Israel!

    Poor people, should have flew while they can.

    • FlorianGeyer

      Ther are waiting for CIA and MI6 first class flight tickets first.

  • igybundy

    5 paychecks for the price of 1.. The organs would also bring a good price in kosher markets..

    • FlorianGeyer

      Yess, 5 for 1 is a very good point indeed.

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    Erdogan was just reshuffling the deckchairs on the titanic, but they’re all still sinking with the ship no matter what he does.
    Erdogan renamed and reorganised many of the terrorist groups late year, and soon after in january this year HTS supposedly took control of 65% of Idlib, easily but also surprisingly evicting most of the other rebel groups in the process. But that was all just a clever ploy, what really happened is this, Erdogan placed all the really bad rebel groups and individuals [who were known to be murderers and terrorists] into two allied factions, HTS and the Al Nusra Front Alliance [illegal terrorist groups according to the Astana agreement], and all the other groups and individuals that weren’t known to be raving mad terrorists and guilty of war crimes [at least not proven guilty yet], he moved into the NFL and FSA [legal opposition groups according to the Astana agreement].
    That left HTS and Al Nusra with most of the well known terrorists [that could be prosecuted for war crimes later] and a predominantly Arab ethnic makeup with smaller numbers of ethnic Turkmen, and it also left the NFL and FSA with very few [well known] terrorists in their ranks, and a larger makeup of ethnic Turkmen and with less of an Arab ethnic mix.
    The ethnic Turkmen population traditionally live near the Turkish border and that’s where the NFL and FSA all ended up, with no proven terrorist affiliations to taint them [proven not known], and HTS and Al Nusra consisting of a predominantly Arab ethnic makeup [designated according to the Astana agreement to be terrorist organizations], ended up providing a convenient buffer in between the SAA and the other 2 groups to the north and east.
    Trump ended support for the FSA back in June last year and kicked their forces out of Al Tanf where they’d been operating under US supervision,Trump found out they were totally uncontrollable and ended their alliance because of it.
    And Erdogan also found out just how uncontrollable they are too, just after the SAA take over of Daraa and Quneitra Erdogan offered the FSA support in Idlib, and he also brokered a ceasefire between HTS and the FSA, but it only lasted 4 or 5 weeks before some hotheads in the FSA killed a few HTS fighters just for the fun of it which ruined the agreement [and they’re supposed to be the moderate opposition]. The FSA turned on their HTS alliance partners in Darra and Quneitra when it looked like the SAA was going to cream them, 25,000 of them joined the SAA and turned on HTS in an instant, which means they’re totally unreliable, undependable, and uncontrollable, just exactly what Erdogan deserves.
    And look, here’s a photo of one of those very same unreliable, undependable, and totally uncontrollable FSA fighters now, this is a picture of one of the uncontrollable fighters who’s not doing what he’s supposed to, why doesn’t he do what Erdogan told him to, Erdogan specifically told all the FSA and NFL [moderate opposition] fighters to only wear their Isis flags under their uniforms, only the HTS and Al Nusra [officially recognized terrorists] fighters are allowed to wear their Isis flags on the outside of their uniforms. But this one either didn’t get the message or is totally ignoring it, so it seems Erdogan doesn’t learn much from his past mistakes does he, it’s already happening again, the moderate oppositions already proving once again they’re not so moderate after all, despite Erdogan doing everything he can to make them appear as if they are, LOL, dumb bastard isn’t he.
    All the moderate opposition groups in Syria have already reconciled with the Syrian government, the only groups left are the unreasonable retards Erdogan supports, and the SDF.

  • Schnorchel17

    …..so there are actually only a quarter of those guys around?

    • FlorianGeyer

      Ukraine 2.0 :)
      The US taxpayers being fiddled AGAIN.

  • God

    the flags are not even tailored, just sticked, this militant is a criminal and a clown, sentence is death

  • Jim Bim

    The only thing missing on his uniform is a uncle Sam batch.

    • goingbrokes


    • FlorianGeyer

      That’s tattooed on their arses I am told with the star of david.
      Cheek to cheek so to speak.

      • Jim Bim


  • Isengardlı Saruman Pasha

    Thats not ISIS patch, thats prophet symbol. Free syrian army flag wrong, that’s Syrian revolution flag, free syrian army are affiliated with the National Syrian Army and Sorry for my bad english

  • Jakke1899

    Perhaps it signifies a resumé of former employers…..

  • Tommy Jensen

    The moderate rebels in Idlib who are fighting for the US^Nato Coalition for freedom in Syria, must not be confused with the terrorists who are fighting for Putin Dictators and Hitler Trumps.