Kobani Regional Chief Blasts Turkey for Suspicious Terrorism Policies

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Tuesday, 14 October 2014


The regional chief of the Syrian-Kurdish city of Kobani (also known as Ayn al-Arab), Anwar Muslim, lashed out at Turkey for its suspicious policies on terrorist groups like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) which has launched heavy attacks against Kobani.

"Turkey doesn’t have a transparent policy; the Turkish president has stated that they are opposed to the ISIL, if so, they should adopt a more serious policy against terrorists and don’t allow the terrorists to occupy Kobani using the Turkish border," Muslim, also the Chief Commander of Kobani fighters, told FNA on Tuesday.

He said Turkey doesn’t allow the injured and civilians be transferred through its borders which has led to the death of such people behind the Turkish borders, and added, "Therefore, we want not only Turkey, but also all people to hear the voice of humanity and allow humanitarian aids and weapons to reach the resistant people of this city."

Muslim complained while terrorists are equipped with different heavy weapons, including artillery and tank, the popular forces are defending the city with simple and light weapons, underlining that the Kurdish fighters will defend the city to the last drop of their blood and will turn Kobani into a slaughterhouse for savage terrorists.

Kobani, Syria's largest Kurdish city, has seen intense battles over the past three weeks as ISIL terrorists are trying to seize the city due to its strategic location.

Thousands of people in Britain, France and Turkey have been protesting against the slaughter of the innocent people in the Syrian-Kurdish town of Kobani by the ISIL terrorists, showing anger at the UN and Turkey's inaction and blocking of aid to the people of Kobani.

At least 37 people have been killed and hundreds of others wounded in demonstrations held by pro-Kurdish protesters across Turkey over Kobani.

The protesters say that the Turkish government has done nothing to halt the advance of the terrorist group on the Syrian border town of Kobani, which has become a scene of fierce street battles between Kurdish groups and ISIL Takfiri terrorists.

Turkey closed the border with Syria on Sunday leaving thousands of people who had fled Kobani stranded in a minefield in no-man's-land on the border.

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