The Fix is In. Trump will sell the Kurds to Erdogan.
“Al-Nusra” and “Ahrar al-sham” have actually burned their operating reserves in the April fighting and can only rely on fresh recruits from camps in Idlib, as well as a separate jihadist group from other groups. The main problem of fighters is that after the SAA broke through the main defensive line Halfaya-Tablet-al-Imam-Souran, the second line of defense near Lataminah and Morek, in fact is the key to the southern part of Idlib. In the continuation of the offensive of the SAA at the current pace, the consequences of the collapse of the defense of fighters in North Hama can capture and the neighboring parts of the front, particularly in the area Kerdasa and Maan that the favorable SAA for the development of the situation can lead to total collapse of the southern front rebels.
The position of the militants in the Northern Hama continues to deteriorate. After the defeat in the battle of Tabiat al-Imam, there is more of a direct threat from the advance of the SAA to Morek and Latamanah to the position of militants in the area of Halfaya. Because of this, the command of the fighters was forced to pull out troops North, leaving Halfaya (for which a long time of heavy fighting) and the positions to the East of it.
In an exclusive interview for the “Work” of the regiment. Malik al Cyndi, the commander of the Free Syrian army, qualify for the ally of the West against the regime of Bashar al-Assad, says that Saudi Arabia along with a total of 15 States to supply jihadists in Syria with weapons in pretext to help the moderate opposition (read the full interview below).
Donald Trump has returned to the Obama policy of sending TOW missiles to al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria.
So if Erdogan will continue to perform his obligations, the Turkish Charter will be fine. And if you do not continue, the cancellation of Charter flights to Turkey will not be the main problem in relations of Russia and Turkey.
The Turkish president has urged Russia to stop backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, just more than a day after Turkey’s American allies launched scores of missiles in what they have called a retaliatory strike after a suspected chemical weapon attack in Syria’s Idlib province killed dozens.
“We hope that Russia gets involved as well — that at least they stop defending Assad,” Anadolu Agency quoted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as saying.