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Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has ambitions in Syria, Iraq and the Arab region and he is occupier

Dr. Haytham Mouzahem, head of Beirut Centre for Middle East Studies talks to Syria Times on the current situation in Syria and the Turkish aggressive military operations on Syrian territory and the implications for the region.

Turkey, especially its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has ambitions in Syria, Iraq and the Arab region that wants to restore Turkish hegemony to the territories occupied by the Ottoman Caliphate. Erdogan makes no secret of his desire to change the Treaty of Sèvre of 1920, which required the Turks to cede all non-Turkic territory, including Arab countries, and the Treaty of Lausanne, signed in July 1923, which defined Turkey's current borders despite annexing part of Syrian territory, most notably Kilkya and Iskenderun.

US-Turkish collusion against Syria

 Newly surfaced data from Turkey has revealed  more facts about the collusion between the United Sates and the Turkish regime in the ongoing Turkish invasion of Syria's northeastern region. The data confirmed that almost all of the terrorist groups leading the Turkish brutal invasion on Syria were armed and trained in the past by the CIA and the Pentagon.

The Turkish regime continues its aggression on a number of cities, towns and villages in Hasaka and Raqqa countryside, claiming the lives of scores of civilians and wounding hundreds others including women, children and elderly. The aggression also caused huge damage to service facilities and key infrastructure.

High Time for Open-ended Risky Wars

During a press conference at the White House last Wednesday, President Trump spoke about his recent legal and obligatory withdrawal of the remaining US occupation troops from Syria, saying the U.S. should not be involved in the fighting in Syria.

"They’ve been fighting Syria for a long time and on the border. That’s the border with Syria. Why are we protecting Syria’s land? Why are we protecting their land?” Mr. Trump, the President of the uninvited occupier of Syria, outlined!

Syrian Arab Army, the guarantor of the homeland’s security

During the last few days, al- Jazira region witnessed several mass rallies and popular gatherings to welcome the Syrian Arab army deployment there to confront the Turkish invasion and defend the homeland. These rallies and gatherings reflect the great confidence Syrian people have in their army as the only party which can protect the sovereignty of the homeland and repel invaders.

These popular celebrations and rallies also indicate the strong relationship linking the Syrian Arab army with the Syrian people who believe in the ability of the Syrian army to confront Erdogan's mercenaries and safeguard the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the homeland.

Protecting All Humanity

US President Donald Trump hoped that Syrian President Bashar Assad would do a great job protecting Syrian Kurds from Turkey after most of US troops were withdrawn.

"After defeating 100% of the ISIS* Caliphate, I largely moved our troops out of Syria. Let Syria and Assad protect the Kurds and fight Turkey for their own land … I hope they all do great, we are 7,000 miles away!" Trump tweeted, according to the Sputnik.

Trump added he would rather focus on protecting the southern US frontier from undocumented migrants.

The Syrian Kurds are Syrians and Syria's main battle for more than 8 years has been for protecting not only Syrians but all humanity from multi-national terrorists well backed and financed by dozens of countries worldwide, including USA and Turkey.

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