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Τρίτη, 14 Οκτωβρίου 2014

Νέα από το μέτωπο και η συνέχεια των τουρκικών αθλιοτήτων, γκαιμπελισμών, ψυχικής και διανοητικής σκατίλας. Η φιλοτουρκική σιωπή συνεχίζεται στην "διεθνιστική" αριστερά της χώρας "μας''....


http://en.firatajans.com/news/news/clashes-continue-on-three-fronts-in-kobane.htm

Clashes continue on three fronts in Kobanê
 

Fierce fighting between YPG/YPJ (People's/Women's Protection Units) and ISIS gangs is continuing on three fronts of the Kobanê town of West Kurdistan, Rojava, which has been facing intensified attacks since 15 September, and a historic resistance by Protection Units.
The local people of Kobanê who have also taken up arms are taking their part in the battlefield to resist to the ongoing attacks of ISIS gangs aiming to occupy the town.
An ANHA correspondent on the ground has reported that clashes between YPG/YPJ fighters and ISIS gangs are continuing on all three fronts.





http://en.firatajans.com/news/news/photos-of-bomb-laden-vehicle-blown-up-by-ypg.htm

Photos of bomb-laden vehicle blown up by YPG


Footage of the bomb-laden vehicle destroyed by the YPG fighters at around 07:15 yesterday morning in Kobanê has reached the Fırat News Agency.
The ISIS gangs attempted to carry out a suicide attack with a bomb-laden vehicle on the eastern front in the town.
The vehicle was spotted by YPG fighters and was immediately destroyed. Buildings and vehicles near the explosion were badly damaged. It is reported that the vehicle was loaded with 4 tonnes of bombs.


 

 

 

 

http://en.firatajans.com/news/news/turkish-aircraft-bomb-oramar.htm

Turkish aircraft bomb Oramar



Turkish aircraft have bombarded the Oramar region of Hakkari and it is reported that Turkish troops are preparing traps at the entrances and exits of villages and towns in the surrounding area.
The Turkish army has been bombarding Sat, Çarçela, Avaşin and many other areas with howitzers and mortars. HPG guerrillas also launched a counter attack against the military battalion from the Gelok, Peyi and Geper areas. The clashes between the guerrillas and Turkish troops continued for more than 3 hours. After that, warplanes coming from Diyarbakır and Malatya bombarded Gelok, Peyi, Geper, Avaşin, Sat and many other points. There is no information regarding casualties after the bombardment.
Meanwhile, special operation teams in the Gever district of Hakkari are preparing ambushes in the entrances and exits of the villages and the towns. According to information coming through, the special operation teams have prepared traps at strategic points.
In addition, the intensive activities of reconnaissance aircraft which started some days ago are continuing.






Turkey sends 64 people back to Kobanê

At every opportunity the Turkish President, Prime Minister and government officials say: “we are taking ownership of the people of Kobanê and embracing them”. However, the reality is starkly different. Last night 64 of the 261 people who have been held hostage in Suruç for 9 days were taken to the Mürşitpınar border gate and deported.
After arriving from Kobanê on 6 October at the request and with the approval of the officials at the Mürşitpınar border gate, 64 of the 261 people being held hostage have been deported back to Kobanê. After being promised for days by local and government officials that they would be released the hostages reacted to their incarceration in poor conditions yesterday, breaking windows and doors at the Suruç sports hall where they are being held. On hearing of the incident, HDP deputies went to the sports hall and initiated a sit-down protest with the hostages. Meanwhile, HDP deputies spoke to government officials, who told them the issue would be raised at a cabinet meeting. After the cabinet meeting it was stated that all the hostages would be deported. The deputies said they would not accept this and talks resumed with officials. Eventually, it was decided that those who wished to return to Kobanê would be sent back, and the situation of the remaining hostages would be clarified today.
A list was drawn up and 61 of the hostages, that include children, the elderly and journalists, put their names on the list. 3 people who had been held, then subsequently been released, added their names to the list. After photographs had been taken of the 64 hostages, they were put in 6 minibuses and reports were drawn up pertaining to the fact they would be deported. The reports were signed by HDP Urfa MPs İbrahim Ayhan and İbrahim Binici, Şırnak MP Faysal Sarıyıldız and Van MP Aysel Tuğluk. At 02.00 the vehicles headed towards the Mürşitpınar border gate. As they left the sports hall the hostages made victory signs and shouted “Long Live the Kobanê Resistance”.
On arrival at the border gate at 02.30 the vehicles passed into Kobanê without halting. The people were met by security officials at the border, which has been closed for a week and under bombardment by ISIS gangs who want to seize it.
The people of Kobanê being held hostage in Suruç had arrived on 6 October after clashes in the town intensified. After being held for 4 days it emerged they had been mistreated and tortured. After being frequently interrogated by a special team from Ankara they were taken to the Suruç sports hall, where they continued to be held as hostages. They reacted to their incarceration in poor conditions yesterday, breaking windows and doors. 160 of the hostages are still on hunger strike in protest. The situation of the remaining 200 hostages from Kobanê is expected to be clarified today.



Πόσο αλήτες και ψεύτες μπορούν να είναι οι ισλαμοκεμαλιστές Τούρκοι; Ως που θα φτάσει το θράσος τους και η αθλιότητα της ελεεινής τους "επιχειρηματολογίας"; Ως πότε θα κρατήσει η σιωπή μερικών στην Ελλάδα για το αίσχος που λέγεται Τουρκικό κράτος; 
Διαβάστε τι λέει  αυτή η ανώμαλη "ακαδημαϊκή" προσωπικότητα, η οποία έγινε και αντικείμενο θαυμασμού από διάφορους οθωμανολάγνους "στοχαστές" στην Ελλάδα και παρουσιάστηκε ως ο κορυφαίος "διανοούμενος" της ισλαμικής αναγέννησης:

Turkey accuses Syrian PYD party of 'torturing' Kobani Kurds


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Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu. Photo: Reuters See Related Articles
October 14, 2014

ISTANBUL,— Turkey on Tuesday accused the biggest Kurdish political party in Syrian Kurdistan of "torturing" Syrian Kurds who fled to Turkey when Islamic State jihadists launched their assault on the border town of Kobani.

Turkey has so far taken in some 200,000 refugees mostly Kurds from Kobani just a few kilometres (miles) from the border with Syria where Kurdish fighters have been battling the jihadists to defend the town.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the refugees had fled to Turkey "to escape pressure" from the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), which is affiliated with Turkey's outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

"Our brothers came here to escape pressure from PYD. They put a great deal of pressure on those in Kobani who don't share their opinion," Davutoglu told lawmakers from his Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP).


"Just ask those in the region how PYD has been torturing people in Kobani. I'm calling on our brothers in the region to raise their voices," Davutoglu said.

"Where were you when the PYD was oppressing some of the Kurds?" he asked the international community.

Davutoglu give further details on the torture allegations. Before the IS advance, the PYD enjoyed control over much of Kurdish-populated northern Syria.

Ankara has previously been reluctant to develop links with the PYD because of its close links with the PKK, which has waged a 30-year insurgency for self-rule in southeastern Turkey.

It has reportedly asked the PYD to join forces with rebels battling the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad, whom Ankara wants to see removed from power.

 
In an interview with AFP last week, PYD leader Salih Muslim called on Turkey to allow its territory to be used for passing weapons to Kurdish fighters defending Kobani.

But Turkey is reluctant to arm Kurds and intervene militarily against the jihadists fearing that military action around Kobani could bolster Assad and strengthen Kurdish militants linked to the PKK.

"It's not about Kobani. It's about piling pressure on Turkey through Kobani," Davutoglu said.

"But Turkey has no appetite for adventures just because some people wanted unless the international community does its part to find an integrated solution (for Kobani)," Davutoglu said.

Copyright ©, respective author or news agency, AFP | Ekurd.net
 



 

 

Turkey's support to ISIS continues in hospitals 



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It came out that Turkey which is denying wounded people from Kobanê permission to cross the Mürşitpınar border gate to receive treatment continues to allow the crossing of wounded members of the inhumane ISIS gangs into the Urfa province through the Akçakale border gate and to provide treatment at various hospitals in the city.
While 64 of the 261 Kobanê citizens who have been held hostage in Suruç for 9 days were taken to the Mürşitpınar border gate and deported, it has been learned that two ambulances carrying wounded ISIS members crossed the Akçakale border gate yesterday.
One of the wounded ISIS members, who were taken from Tal Abyad, is reported to be Abdullah Helef, while the identity of the other hasn't been learned yet.
The two ISIS members were first taken to Akçakale State Hospital where they received immediate treatment before being referred to Urfa.
Abdullah Halef has reportedly been referred to the Mehmet Akif İnan Training and Research Hospital and the other to Balıklıgöl State Hospital in Urfa.
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Και μια πραγματική εικόνα για την πραγματικότητα των πολιτικοστρατιωτικών συμμαχιών που επιχειρεί να οικοδομήσει το YPG, για να πληροφορούνται οι βλάκες που ενημερώνονται από το Indy (και άλλες "πηγές" για βλάκες) και να συγχύζονται όπως πρέπει όσοι πρέπει να συγχύζονται..


http://civiroglu.net/




YPG Spokesman Can: We are Working with the Coalition against ISIS

Polat Can
In an exclusive interview with the daily Radikal, Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) Spokesperson Polat Can says they are officially working with the International Coalition against ISIS, and their representative is in the Joint Operation Command Center.
Mutlu Civiroglu @mutludc
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Mr. Polat Can, you have been leading a fierce struggle against ISIS in Kobane for the last 30 days. The world is watching Kobane. What is the situation in Kobane now?
In the morning, the Kobane resistance will be on its 30th day and a new, long-winded process will start. Everyone knows that the resistance that YPG put up against ISIS is unprecedented by the forces in the region, especially in comparison to the Iraqi army.  Cities ten times the size of Kobane surrendered to ISIS in a few days and those cities were not even besieged with considerable force. However, when they started attacking Kobane, they gathered their forces from around the region, from places including Minbij, Raqqah, Jarabulus, and Tal Hamis. What I mean by considerable force is tanks, cannons, heavy artillery and thugs whose numbers were in the tens of thousands. They wanted to capture Kobane within a week, but they did not succeed. Then, they wanted to say their Eid prayers in Kobane, and they could not do that either.
Since last week, they seized some streets in East Kobane, and now they want to capture the whole city, but they can’t advance. As they try to make their way, they sustain considerable losses. Especially within the last few days, both YPG attacks and the air strikes against ISIS terror led by international coalition forces have increased. They sustained major losses, many of their bodies and weapons passed into the hands of the YPG.




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Mutlu Civiroglu and Polat Can
So, can we say that Kobane is relatively safe from danger?
No, saying this would be major heedlessness. Because ISIS still controls a large portion of Kobane. In addition, all of the villages in Kobane are occupied by ISIS.  The resistance we started both within and around Kobane is ongoing. ISIS continues to receive renewed assistance. This war is a matter of life and death for us in every way. Thus, it is not yet possible to say that there is no danger.
You are saying that ISIS consists of tens of thousands of people and constantly renewed support. Your numbers are very small in comparison. Do you receive any kind of support?
Kobane has been under an embargo for the last year and a half. None of the major forces from other cantons have been able to reach Kobane. Kobane is resisting with its own efforts. Some Kurdish youth have been able to reach Kobane from the north of Kurdistan, especially through Suruç. Some arrived Kobane in small groups from the cantons of Afrin and Jazira. In addition, some of the youth from Kobane who were living abroad came to Kobane to protect their city. Some of the small groups from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) are here under the name of “The Volcano of Euphrates.” This is all of our power and support. Unfortunately, we did not receive any additional military support, neither from the South, nor from other places.
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What can you tell us about the air strikes by the coalition led by the United States?
For the last few days, the air strikes have been numerous and effective. We can clearly state that, had these attacks started a couple weeks ago, ISIS would not have been able to enter Kobane at all. ISIS would have been defeated 10-15 kilometers away from the city, and the city would not have turned into a war zone.
Alright, why did effective air strikes start one week before, and not two? Or, to ask in another way; What happened over the course of the last week that the strikes intensified?
The YPG’s relationship with the coalition, then, had just started recently. I will be blunt; some regional powers, especially Turkey was a serious obstacle. They made every effort to prevent any help from reaching us and to prevent the air strikes. At first, coalition jets could get no closer than 10 kilometers to the Turkish border, because Turkey would not allow it. Of course, there were other problems as well such as logistics and distance. The coalition had not yet made a serious decision to help the YPG.
Moreover, everyone thought that Kobane would fall in a week or two and be forgotten easily, but that did not happen. Kurds all around the world and their friends have risen up, supported by calls by world-famous intellectuals, and the resultant public opinion. This situation has affected shift on some countries’ policies towards us and created pressure for more effective and intensified air strikes and assistance for the YPG.
What sort of help? There are calls to provide arms to the YPG, has any such assistance been provided?
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Up until now, we really can’t speak of the provision of arms to Kobane. The YPG is trying to bring certain arms which we require to Kobane through certain means. Because we are in serious need of arms. Not only for Kobane, but also for Jazira and Afrin. It’s important that we have fighters that come and fight, but it’s equally important that there be arms for them to use. It’s very difficult to fight using light weaponry against ISIS, who possess heavy weaponry. In the current situation, under such circumstances, we are throwing ourselves heroically in a fight against a force utilizing the latest weapons technology.
You mentioned the coalition’s being late. What sort of relationship does the YPG have with the US and other countries in the coalition? Can you elaborate on this?
Long before the Kobane resistance, we had relations with many countries including the USA. When Kobane was attacked, our relationship became more substantial and our exchange of ideas was realized in practice. In a way, urgent situation on the ground expedited some things. True partnership comes to realization when the situation is difficult and parties support each other.
Can we say there is an official relation between the YPG and the coalition?
Yes, we are acting in concert with international coalition forces. We are in direct contact with them, in terms of intelligence, on a military level, and in terms of air strikes.
I guess the coordinates for the airstrikes are comung from you?
Yes. One of our special units in Kobane gives us coordinates, and the YPG transmits these coordinates to coalition forces, and then air strikes are directly realized. I would also like to mention that we also benefitted from the assistance of certain Kurdish factions, and this assistance is ongoing.
Some media outlets reported that these airstrikes are carried out through peshmergas?
No. We have a direct relation with the coalition without any intermediaries. YPG representative is physically ready in the joint operation command center and transmits the coordinates. Indeed, no airstrikes would be possible militarily without YPG taking part in the process because the clashes are ongoing  and the situation on the ground changes rapidly.
But, I would like to acknowledge efforts of some Kurdish parties and individuals in regard, and their assistance for the YPG is still onging.
For a while, news agencies from around the world have been discussing the fall of Kobane. In fact, last week, some of them announced that the city fell. However, now the American press has started to applaud the resistance by the YPG, comparing it to the famous Alamo resistance. What is your take on American and other peoples’ support for Kobane?
We have 5-6 American fighters in YPG. One of them was wounded during combat. The fact that they are fighting for us is making us proud. There are fighters from other peoples as well. We are thankful for all the people who have been appealing to their politicians on our behalf to get their attention, to help us.
Especially some European armies and their commanders are working vigorously towards providing help to the YPG. Yes, right now YPG is fighting against ISIS, but in reality this fight belongs to the whole world; the world should fight ISIS. The fighters of ISIS are from 81 different countries which will be responsible for the terror that ISIS will unleash on us. Therefore, everyone should take responsibility. If Kobane falls, a possibility we never consider, ISIS will attack many other territories motivated with the fervent of so-called conquest. Hence, the victory of Kobane resistance means a victory for Kurdistan, coalition forces, USA and for every human being with a conscience.
The global public was first introduced to the YPG during the Sinjar Massacres against Yezidi Kurds. Now, the whole world is talking about the outstanding resistance of the YPG in Kobane. Can we consider the YPG as one of the main actors in the war against ISIS?
Kurds are the strongest people fighting on earth today, be it YPG or the Peshmergas, it is the Kurds! There is of course a surprising element to this: a relatively small number of young people, equipped with light arms, stage an unprecedented resistance against heavy weaponry. I state this cut and dried; if there was any army of even 500 thousand soldiers in our place, they wouldn’t be able to resist, even for one week. We don’t possess one thousandth of the resources and arms that those who lost to ISIS in Mosul, Tikrit and Anbar had. But we have a will and we have faith, and we protect our lands. This is why the coalition forces must consider YPG as one of the main actors in this war. Many high ranking officials of the coalition forces have congratulated us and expressed their admiration for our struggle.
Finally, is there anything else you would like to say to the whole world which has been watching you with admiration?
We respectfully salute all the peoples of the world who support the YPG, Kobane and the Kurds. We promise to millions of Kurds and the friends of the Kurds who can’t sleep, whose hearts beat for us this: We will fight until the last person falls, until our last bullet, our last drop of blood, and we will win this fight. We will embellish this resistance worthy of the Kurdish people with victory and dedicate it to first to the proud Kurdish people and to all the peoples of the world. The resistance against Nazis in Stalingrd and in Alamo is what is repeating in Kobane. We invite everyone to support Kobane, the YPG and Kurdistan until the day of victory.
Translated into English by Cagla O, Dilek U and Cihan T




























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