BREAKING: Turkey has started invasion on Syria

Syrian president Bashar al-Assad spoke to AFP news agency in an exclusive interview on the developments in Syria and the region.

Talking about a possible foreign ground invasion in Syria, Assad did not rule out the possibility of a Saudi, Turkish intervention saying, “Logically, intervention is not possible, but sometimes reality is at odds with logic, particularly when there are irrational people leading a certain state. That’s why I don’t rule that out for a simple reason: Erdogan is a fanatical person with Muslim Brotherhood inclinations. He is living the Ottoman dream. For him, the collapse which took place in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Syria is something personal.””This threatens his political future on the one hand, and his fanatical Islamist ambitions on the other. He believes that he has an Islamist mission in our region. The same applies to Saudi Arabia. The collapse of the terrorists in Syria is a collapse of their policies. I tell you that this process is surely not going to be easy for them, and we will certainly confront it,” Assad said in an interview as cited by Syrian official agency SANA.

Talking about the current situation in Syria and the coverage of the Syrian crisis by Western media, Assad said, “The cause of this suffering is the terrorists, not the Russian shelling, as claimed by Western media, and when one cause for migration is the almost five-year-old embargo against the Syrian people, naturally my, and every Syrian official’s first task, is to fight terrorism essentially using Syrian capabilities, but also using our friends’ support in the fight against terrorism. That’s why I say the problem of Syrian refugees abroad, as well as the problem of hunger inside Syria, as you referred to it, is a problem caused by terrorism, Western policies, and the embargo imposed on the Syrian people.”

Regarding Russia’s role in persuading him to step down, and whether he thinks there is a Russian-American deal on this issue; Assad said that Russians treat him with great respect.“If we look at Russian policies and Russian officials in the same way we look at unprincipled Western officials and policies, this is a possibility. But the fact is the exact opposite, for a simple reason: the Russians treat us with great respect. They do not treat us as a superpower dealing with a minor state, but as a sovereign state dealing with a sovereign state. That’s why this issue has not been raised at all in any shape or form.”

Whether Russia and Iran will have permanent military bases in Syria, Bashar al-Assad said, “Having military bases for any country in Syria does not mean that Syria will become a satellite state to these countries. They do not interfere in issues related to the law, the constitution, nor to politics. In any case, the Russian base exists already, while the Iranians have not asked to have one. But in principle, we do not have a problem.”

During the interview Assad was asked if he intends to hold his post as president for life just like his father and if he doesn’t is he in the process of grooming a successor.

“First, the presidency is not a hobby that we enjoy. It is a responsibility, particularly in these circumstances. As to my selecting a successor, this country is neither a farm nor a company. If I want to remain president that should be dependent on two factors: first, my desire to be president, and second, the desire of the people. When the next elections come and I feel that the people don’t want me, I shall not stand. That’s why it’s too early to talk about this. We still have years before the next elections,” Assad said.

When asked how he thinks he will figure in history, as a man who saved Syria or a man who destroyed it, President Assad said, “This depends on who will write the history. If it is the West, it will give me all the bad attributes. What’s important is how I think. Certainly, and self-evidently, I will seek, and that is what I’m doing now, to protect Syria, not to protect the chair I’m sitting in.”Talking about the Syrian army regaining control over Aleppo in the next few days, Assad said that it is not about regaining control over Aleppo, but the task is to cut the road between Aleppo and Turkey.

“Turkey is the main conduit of supplies for the terrorists. The battle has been going on now on more than ten fronts at the same time, from north, to south, to the east, to the Far East too, and to the west in Latakia. It was going on in Homs, and now it’s over. So, all these stages are moving in parallel.”

“Regardless of whether we can do that or not, this is a goal we are seeking to achieve without any hesitation. It makes no sense for us to say that we will give up any part. The timeframe is dependent on two scenarios. Suppose that the problem is purely Syrian, i.e. that Syria is isolated from its surroundings, we can put an end to this problem in less than a year by moving on two fronts: fighting terrorism and political action,” Assad said.

“The second scenario – which is the case now – taking the shape of continuing supplies to terrorists through Turkey, Jordan, and partly from Iraq – because Daesh exists in Iraq with Saudi, Turkish, and Qatari support – naturally means that the solution will take a long time and will incur a heavy price. So, it is difficult to give a precise answer about the timeframe,” the Syrian president told AFP in an exclusive interview.

Regarding how many years it may take for peace to be restored in Syria, Assad said that it depends on how many years Turkey and Saudi Arabia will continue to support terrorism.

“The question is: how much longer will Turkey and Saudi Arabia continue to support terrorism? That is the question. And when will the West put pressure on these countries to stop supporting terrorism?” the president said.

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BREAKING: Turkey has started invasion on Syria

“In the past 5 years, military actions in Syria have led nowhere.” Egyptian FM Sameh Shokri on KSA decision to intervene in Syria. Davutoğlu: “I personally told Joe Biden that Turkey will respond to YPG in case of a national security threat.” US also urges Turkey to cease artillery fire against YPG.

Saudi FM to CNN: “Assad will leave — have no doubt about it. He will

either leave by a political process or he will be removed by force.”

(Turkey/NATO = blue, Syria/Russia = red, Kurds = yellow, Al Nusra/FSA = green, ISIS = black)

Last 5 hours;

– Turkish military hit targets of regime in northwest Syria: state media

– Syria: more reports that Turkish artillery is targeting SAA territory near Latakia.

– Turkish howitzers again started to strike south of Azaz. 2nd wave on today.

– Tunb, Al Malikiyah, Deir Jamal, Mengh Airbase, Outskirts of Tel Raf3at all pounded with Turkish Artillery .

– Turkey army opens heavy artillery fire on YPG positions in Malikiyah Hasakah.

– Turkey. Reports from border town Kilis: Heavy shelling still continues towards positions inside Syria.

– Latakia: 5 Turkish Artillery Shells hit Aaliya Mountain – contact point btw SAA and rebels

– Turkish artillery continues to shell YPG positions in Northern Aleppo.

– Turkey artillery shelling reported in Deir Jamal, Aleppo.

– Turkey artillery bombardment on YPG positions in Menagh air-base now

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4 Responses to “BREAKING: Turkey has started invasion on Syria”

  1. salty says:

    Turkish shelling is direct support to terrorist organizations

    14 February 2016.

    Foreign and Expatriates Ministry voiced the government’s strong condemnation of Turkey’s repeated attacks on the Syrian people and its transgression into the Syrian territory.

    “Turkish artillery shelling of Syrian territory constitutes direct support to the armed terrorist organizations,” the Ministry told the UN Secretary General and the Security Council’s Chairman in two letters addressed to both officials.

    It was referring to shelling by Turkish artillery based inside Turkish territory of Syrian land targeting Syrian Kurds and Syrian army sites.

    The attack was launched on Saturday afternoon and continued on as the Turkish artillery also targeted the civilian populated villages of Maranaz, al-Malkieh, Minnegh, Ein Daqneh and Bazi, according to the letters.

    The shelling came in response to the Syrian Arab army’s advance on military fronts in the northern countryside of Aleppo province and in a bid to boost the morale of the armed terrorist organizations, the Ministry clarified.

    It went on citing Turkish attacks in more Syrian areas on the same day, saying that 12 pickups with DShK and 14.5 mm machine guns mounted on them had their way from the Turkish land into Syrian territory across Bab al-Salameh border crossing.

    The Ministry noted that the pickups were accompanied with 100 gunmen, some of them are believed to be Turkish soldiers and Turkish mercenaries, adding that munitions supply operations into the Syrian Aazaz area continue.

    The Turkish attacks, the letters said, were coupled with statements made by the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu that confirmed Turkey’s blatant intervention in the Syrian affair and the continued Turkish support to Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Jabha al-Shamiya, Ahrar al-Sham and other al-Qaeda-linked terrorist organizations.

    These statements, the Ministry said, officially attested to the Turkish regime’s premeditated acts of violating the Security Council’s resolutions related to combating terrorism.

    The Ministry referred in its letters to the chiefs of the UN and the Security Council to the “irresponsible” actions of the Turkish regime that caused the recent Geneva intra-Syrian meeting to fail.

    The Syrian government expresses strong condemnation of Turkey’s repeated attacks on the Syrian people and its transgression into the Syrian territory, calling these attacks “a gross violation” of the Syrian sovereignty and a flagrant breach of the UN Charter’s objectives and principles, the rules of the international law and the Security Council’s counterterrorism resolutions, the letters said.

    Syria, however, stresses that it will maintain its legitimate right to respond to the Turkish crimes and attacks and to claim compensation for the damage caused, the letters added.

    The Ministry also conveyed the Syrian government’s call on the Security Council to assume its responsibility to put an end to the Turkish regime’s classified crimes against the Syrian people and its repeated attacks against Syrian territory.

    The government also demanded, according to the letters, that the Security Council work to compel the countries backing terrorism, including Turkey, to comply with its relevant resolutions on fighting terrorism and bring them to account for their unlimited support to the terrorist groups.

  2. Lynn says:

    Turkey is now the enemy state and will kick off WW111.They are attacking the good guys who have cut off their oil scam.

    This is again to cover the criminal Banks. They have failed again and will not be saved.

    This is another tactic to cover the criminals who have raped us all.

    This war will be blatantly blamed on Russia. We are not going to be fooled again, it is the same rotten stench of war over and over to bail their disgusting criminal activities. I will not be any part of this lousy game anymore.

  3. salty says:

    Syrian Army captures Tayyibah village in eastern Aleppo – Map update


    At 14:30 local Damascus time, the elite Tiger Forces of the Syrian Arab Army stormed the village of Tayyibah in the eastern countryside of Aleppo province. Reportedly, this offensive was launched from neighbouring village of Jubb al-Kalb which government troops captured yesterday and as such, ISIS fighters lacked sufficient time as to properly entrench the northern gates of Tayyibah village.

    However, a group of highly determined ISIS fighters refused to retreat from the village and opted to fight government forces the death. Thus, skirmishes between mutually hostile factions lasted throughout the afternoon hours as government forces attempted to push forward through the farms and buildings that make up Tayyibah. Gradually, Tiger Forces managed to capture 80% of Tayyibah (confirmed) while preliminary reports indicate that the remaining ISIS defenders have fled the village completely(unconfirmed).

    Since New Years Eve, the Syrian Arab Army has captured a dozen villages west of Kuweiris Airbase as they continue to push towards the Sheikh Najjar Industrial District on the perimeter of Aleppo city. If government troops succeed in this manuever, they would encircle a large ISIS-held pocket around the Aleppo Thermal Plant. However, ISIS commanders have heavily reinforced the region as to prevent this move.

    The picture below depicts the Syrian pro-government journalist, Shadi Hulwe, pointing towards the strategic Aleppo Thermal Plant from the village of Tayyibah which lies across a minor river that set the two apart.

  4. Men Scryfa says:


    Just noticed this on the ADL website, the “Defenders of Liberty and Truth” that is World Jewry (cough, cough) have Trade Marked their slogan,

    Imagine a World Without Hate®

    Oh the irony, the bitter irony. I wonder how the Palestinians feel? And here in Europe World Jewry and the ADL are busily engaged in the Genocide of the Britons, the Swedes, the French the Germans, they have the deceitful utterly sheer evil to assert that they are the ones who seek “A World Without Hate”


    This is so OVER. Tell your friends. Speak up and speak out. Spread the word. Engage even your jewish and zionist acquaintances (if they will talk. lol) as it is time to explain THIS IS NOW OVER.

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