Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Israel | This is more painful than the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Israel |  This is more painful than the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Introduction to discussion Expresses the writer’s opinions.

A few days before the Palestinian Hamas rocket attack on Israeli cities, Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched the deadliest attacks on Kurdish-controlled cities in northeastern Syria.

Erdogan’s pretext for these attacks was that the two people who attacked the Internal Security building in Ankara on October 1, 2023, came from the Syrian areas controlled by the Syrian Kurds.

According to one A report by the Sulaymaniyah-based newspaper SharppressThe Turkish state carried out more than 200 air and drone strikes in these areas from October 5 to 13, 2023. According to the same report, more than 100 people were killed and wounded, most of them women, children, and civilians.

Now many oil fields, strategic projects, power stations, hospitals, mosques and schools have been completely destroyed.

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In the latest attack, the only domestic natural gas production facility (called Sweden’s natural gas reserves) was completely destroyed. The region’s residents are now living without water, electricity, gas, and food after the Turkish bombing.

There are no more places to destroy. Since the fifth of last October, the destruction process has been carried out in front of the international coalition forces and American forces.

In the midst of all these events, news of the attack on Israel and Gaza spreads around the world, but there is not a single piece of news about the attack on the Kurds from Turkey.

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Erdogan kills Kurdish civilian children and women with a blood-stained hand, and calls for peace for the Palestinians with a white hand.

The world lives in a great paradox. Turkey cannot attack the Kurds daily and at the same time be supportive of the Palestinians and ask Israel to stop the attacks.

Turkey cannot commit genocide against the Kurds and blame Israel. Europe and the United States cannot condemn the attack on Israel while at the same time ignoring Turkey’s unjust attack on the Kurds.

The global media cannot turn a blind eye to Turkey’s massacres in Syria and Iraq and focus only on Gaza and Jerusalem.

What is most painful is the massacre of Kurds in Syria in front of American forces, while the United States hides its head in the sand like an ostrich.

Jabori Obasanjo

Jabori Obasanjo

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