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A foundation in Erdogan's party joins the demand to stop military operations in Syria and Iraq

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A foundation in Erdogan's party joins the demand to stop military operations in Syria and Iraq Empty A foundation in Erdogan's party joins the demand to stop military operations in Syria and Iraq

Post by rocky Sat 13 Aug 2022, 4:43 am

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[size=52]A foundation in Erdogan's party joins the demand to stop military operations in Syria and Iraq[/size]

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[size=45]More than three hundred prominent Turkish academics and intellectuals are anticipating their country’s government’s retreat from its expected military operation against the “Syrian Democratic Forces” in Syria, after they signed a petition a few days ago, in which they demanded the government to stop its military operations in both Syria and Iraq.[/size]
[size=45]In the details, representatives, writers and a number of civil society leaders in Turkey signed the petition calling on Ankara to stop its military operations in Syria and neighboring Iraq. At that time, the Turkish government halted its military attacks in a number of Kurdish cities in the southeast of the country, but the government later expelled most of them from their jobs and began prosecuting them under the pretext of supporting the Kurdistan Workers’ Party.[/size]
[size=45]"The government can take our demands seriously if it wants to," said Fatima Bustan Onsal, a human rights defender and one of the signatories, along with well-known novelist Asli Erdogan and 306 others.[/size]

[size=45]She added to "Al Arabiya.net" that "what distinguishes this statement or petition is that figures from the ruling Justice and Development Party signed it," and it is also directed at the six-party opposition coalition, which includes the "Republican People's Party", which is the main opposition party in the country, where the signatories demanded this The coalition not to be a partner in Ankara’s military operations in Syria and Iraq.[/size]
[size=45]Onsal, who was among the founders of the "Justice and Development Party" before she left its ranks and branched out for years in defense of human rights, added that "the opinion of the opposition in the country is also important, and therefore we asked those parties not to be partners in military operations."[/size]
[size=45]The Turkish human rights lawyer believes that the government will back down from its military plans to target Syria and Iraq if the percentage of opposition to military operations rises to more than 65%, which is what the signatories to the statement seek to achieve by influencing public opinion in the country.[/size]
[size=45]Onsal also said, “For example, last November the main opposition party sided with the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) when it refused to approve the extension of a parliamentary memorandum authorizing the Turkish army to launch attacks in Syria and Iraq,” a position the signatories are trying to generalize among the various opposition parties.[/size]
[size=45]The government has not yet commented on the content of this petition, despite its issuance three days ago, and the authorities have not arrested any of the signatories on August 9.[/size]
[size=45]For more than three months, Turkey has been threatening to launch a new attack on Syrian areas under the control of the “Syrian Democratic Forces” (SDF) supported by the United States and the international coalition it leads against ISIS in Syria and Iraq.[/size]
[size=45]But the United States, Russia and Iran reject any possible Turkish military operation against the SDF, which Turkey considers the only country to classify as a “terrorist” group, under the pretext that it is an extension of the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party, which has been waging an armed rebellion against it since 1984.[/size]
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