IRAQI HEZBOLLAH IS READY TO PROTECT SYRIAN KURDS AFTER U.S. WITHDRAWAL
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Kata’ib Hezbollah is ready to protect Syrian Kurds in cooperation with the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) after the withdrawal of all U.S. forces from the country, a spokesman of the Iraqi group said during an interview with the al-Mayadeen TV on December 22.
The spokesman added that the U.S. withdrawal was expected and revealed that Kata’ib’ Hezbollah has “continuous and intensive communications” with Kurdish commanders in northeastern Syria. <snip>
According to al-Husseini, the U.S. is planning to hand over its role in Syria to Saudi Arabia and the UAE [emphasis added]. Both countries are already funding the US-led coalition operations against ISIS.
December 23, 2018 at 9:41 AM #4086Ohio BarbarianModerator
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I am not sure what exactly is going on here.
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December 25, 2018 at 6:23 AM #4771peacecorpsParticipant
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There seems to be a flaw or two in the grand plan, Donald.
If I were a Kurd I would not feel too safe now. “Thanks Kurds for all your efforts fighting ISIS on the ground. Surely you did not think we were not going to leave you high and dry after ISIS was defeated. You have not looked at our history very closely, have you?”
The Big Lie: "Make the lie big, Make it simple, Keep saying it, And eventually they will believe it." AH.
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National issues (slavery/racism, income inequality, pandemics and pathetic health care, weak unions) are not solved with more states' rights. Global problems (climate change, migration, trade, war, pandemics) are not solved with more nationalism.
December 24, 2018 at 9:14 AM #4416Cold Mountain TrailParticipant
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December 25, 2018 at 7:17 AM #4774beemerphillParticipant
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The Kurds are not stupid. They have lived in this land and heard these lies for decades. Promises over there last just as long as it serves the interest of the promise maker. No more. Perhaps these groups are saying this to give Trump a little political cover for withdrawing our troops. Perhaps they actually mean it. We won’t know until after we are gone.
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