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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

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PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:19 am

Sorry if it's double post but I love this vid specially the strela handed over at the start that destroyed the chopper :-D

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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:10 pm

from twitterkurds

PKK flag on a turkish armored vehicle

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can anyone confirm if its genuine ?? :-D
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Turkey facing renewed test from Kurdish militants

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:12 pm

By Justin Vela, Published: September 1

ISTANBUL — For nearly three weeks this summer, Turkey’s military and Kurdish guerrillas have fought one of the longest battles in their decades-long conflict, experts say.

The guerrillas usually carry out spectacular attacks in the summer and fall, but the fight this year has been especially long and intense.

The clashes have taken on new significance given the conflict in neighboring Syria, a country with a large Kurdish population of its own. Syria’s Kurds have made significant gains in recent months, which experts say may be inspiring Turkey’s Kurds to fight harder.

The Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, has been battling the Turkish state since 1984 and is considered a terrorist organization by the United States. At least 40,000 people have died in the conflict as the guerrillas have fought for autonomy in the southeast of the country, cultural rights and the release of their leader Abdullah Ocalan, who was captured in 1999.

In recent weeks, the Turkish government has accused the group of reviving its past connections to the Syrian government in what many see as a growing regional conflict.

Details are sketchy, but in mid-August the Turkish military ended an operation against Kurdish guerrillas who had taken up positions in Turkey’s eastern Hakkari district, which borders Iraq and Iran. The guerrillas had set up checkpoints on public roads, prompting the military to respond. According to a local Kurdish politician, the militants discontinued their traditional “hit and run” strikes and instead attempted to retain control over areas around Hakkari.

Not long before the fighting began in Hakkari, government forces in Syria had abandoned several Kurdish towns and villages along the border with Turkey, leaving them largely under the control of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party, or PYD. That has left Syrian Kurds effectively in control of parts of the border with Turkey, alarming the Turkish government.

The Syrian Kurds have remained at arm’s length from the rebel uprising against the Syrian government. But the Turkish government says the Kurds in Syria are, in fact, collaborating with Damascus in order to gain the greatest possible benefit from the situation there. From early on in the conflict, the Syrian government offered Kurds concessions to keep them from joining the opposition, observers say.

“The Syrian regime has left some places in the Kurdish-dominated areas of its territory,” said a Turkish official speaking on the condition of anonymity. “It shows cooperation.”

While Turkey’s Kurds might find some inspiration in the Kurds’ gains in Syria, the situations in the two countries differ greatly, analysts say. The Syrian Kurds were able to make gains largely because the Syrian government needed to send troops stationed in Kurdish areas to the war-racked city of Aleppo, said Jordi Tejel, a Kurdish expert at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.

“The PYD can count on the government’s complicity so far. That will never be the case in Turkey. Even in Syria, the so-called liberated zones are fragile,” he said.

The near-daily clashes have continued in the Hakkari district.

“When we think of the PYD success in Syria, the PKK would think that they can do the same thing in Turkey,” said Emrullah Uslu, a Turkish terrorism expert.

The Turks also blame the PKK for an Aug. 20 bombing that killed 10 people in the city of Gaziantep, which is near the border with Syria. The PKK has denied responsibility for the attack.

Roj Welat, a spokesman for the guerrillas fighting in Turkey, said the militants were trying to push government forces out of the eastern part of the country. In August, the PKK kidnapped several soldiers and two parliamentarians. The politicians were later released unharmed, but Welat warned that the group would continue to target Turkish government representatives.

“All the people working for the Turkish state and its government in the Kurdish region should leave their work and go back to their homes, otherwise we have every right to arrest and question all those people working for the fascist state,” he said, speaking via telephone from a PKK base in KRG.

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PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:13 pm

FLASH! HPG: Elkê di bin kontrola gerîlayan de ye | ANF - Kurdî #TwitterKurds http://ku.firatnews.com/index.php?rupel ... ceID=35596

HGP controls (Elkê)
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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:15 pm

PKK puts up a second flag on Mount Spî in (Şemzînan) Şemdinli.

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PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:33 pm

BREAKING: HPG attacked multiple military targets simultaneously. Clashes are still going on. Helicopters bombing around city #TwitterKurds

Police & Army apartments in Elkê (Şirnex) were attacked with RPGs and light arms tonight. Clashes continue.

#TwitterKurds Electricity was cut off in Elkê (Beytussebap) So, @Messopotamia cannot tweets anymore. There's no other tweet from there.
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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:10 pm

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Why I get the feeling these soldiers are also Kurds :-?
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PKK claims control over town in Turkey

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:04 am

ERBIL, Sept. 3 (AKnews) – Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) claimed on Monday to controlled a town in the southeastern region of Turkey.
The Firat News Agency, known for its close links with the PKK, reported Monday that PKK rebels controlled Beytussebap district in Sirnak province following an attack on security and police forces that killed at least 10 Turkish security personnel and left seven others injured.
“PKK fighters launched wide range attacks that covered military and police outposts in Beytussebap last night and managed to impose their control of the district and the surrounding areas” the agency quoted a statement released by the People’s Defense Forces (HPG) – the military wing of the PKK.
Turkish media said 20 PKK rebels were also killed in the clashes that followed the attacks on the security and military outposts in Beytussehap.
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Turks trying the good old tactics again

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 3:14 am

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(Hawlati) - Turkey tries to fight Kurds with Kurds as the army is not as strong as it use to be.

After losing Shamzinan Region to PKK turkey now is contacting 1000s of The local tribes in the area to fight PKK and in return she is giving out truck loads of cash.

Mustafa Hameed Shemzinani told (Hawlati) news agency that, "we have been asked several times to fight against the PKK for a great amount of rewards in return but we has refused it, we will never turn our backs onto our brothers".

BDP mayor of shemzinan confirms out of 1000 tribes in the region only 3 have agreed to cooperate and they don't number more than 100 with their kids According to him.

http://www.hawlati.co/babetekan/26520


I'm so proud of my guerillas , give these monkeys hell boys I love yous to death

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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:08 am

Must see The best capture ever “@KurdSe: VIDEO:Turkish soldiers gets afraid&removes Turkish flag

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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:09 am

VIDEO: Kurdish guerila showing weapons confiscated after clashes with the Turkish army in Shemzinan.

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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: crazyhorse » Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:41 am

Biji Kurdistan!

I think the PKK have killed all Turkish ''special forces'' and that's why they're so fucking weak now, PKK killed their best men WHAHAHAHAHA

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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: brendar » Tue Sep 04, 2012 1:41 pm

Can someone explain why the turkish army withdrew from Shamzian?

Why is the turkish government and the turkish media so quite about it?

Also, why did PKK start its operation later than usual? Because they usually start their operations early summers.

Iam very confused and i understand nothing of whats currently happening in Northern Kurdistan.
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Re: PKK / PJAK & BDP

PostAuthor: hevalo27 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 6:27 pm

brendar wrote:Can someone explain why the turkish army withdrew from Shamzian?


they have no power to defend. the mountains provide a protection function against heavy weapons. winner is who has help from population. thats the reason why turkey destroyed thosuends of villages in the ninetheens. otherwise they had lost controle in kurdistan.

Why is the turkish government and the turkish media so quite about it?


the turkish medias are controlled by the government. censorship !!!
why admit this defeat, disclose their weakness and the own catastrophic syria-politic ?
that is very bad for AKP

Also, why did PKK start its operation later than usual? Because they usually start their operations early summers.


strategie change based on syria-politic and the withdrawal from syrian army from westkurdistan. if they intervene, they will open a second war front with million kurds and encourage a kurdish uprising in northkurdistan, contemporaneous they will make russia and china angry. thats my opinion

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