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Erdogan's Ottoman ambitions.. Support for terrorism in Syria and falsification of the generations’ memory

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Ottoman ambitions in Syria and Iraq are reflected in his regime's policies from ten years ago, and hardly a day goes by without new facts emerging to prove his intentions towards Syria and the fact that he supports the terrorist Takfiri groups, which are the military wing of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization.

With the beginning of the terrorist war on Syria, Erdogan began to talk about the establishment of a so-called "safe zone" that gathers the Muslim Brotherhood’s terrorists, trains and arms them to attack the Syrian state. In the past eight years, the Turkish border has turned into a transit corridor for arms and terrorists towards Syria.

Erdogan's dream was for the Muslim Brotherhood to take over power in Syria and Egypt so that he could pass his plot and implement his ambitions by seizing Idlib and areas in north Syria.

The aspirations of the Turkish regime are proved  in Erdogan's reintroduction of an old map in Turkish  school curriculum, which shows  Ottoman ambitions at the time in the neighboring countries of Syria, Iraq and Cyprus, where the map includes northern Syria from the coast passing north of Homs and to northern Iraq as well as the island of Cyprus. Parts of Cyprus were occupied in 1974 and are violations of Turkey to the international laws.

Erdogan’s name is attached to the name of “Aleppo thief” as a result of the theft of Aleppo’s factories by his terrorist tools. Erdogan’s aspires to stay in Idlib based on terrorists and takfiri groups who are carrying out his plans.

The Turkish regime has established more than 20 military bases in northern Iraq for years and refused to evacuate them despite of Iraqi demands. Erdogan claimed that the security of Turkey requires allegedly the control of Mosul and Kirkuk. The Turkish regime occupies the northern part of the island of Cyprus.

Terrorist organizations in Idlib Governorate put themselves at the service of Erdogan's colonial plan. The separatist militias in northeast Syria help Erdogan’s plan through its cooperation with the Erdogan's American ally which is Erdogan’s colonial partner in the region.


Adapted by O. al-Mohammad