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The dangers of a Syrian takedown for Turkey: It is understood why Ankara is persistently demanding that the US stop arming Kurdish groups in Syria, particularly the Democratic Union Party (PYD). Turkey perceives them as a danger to its stability and unity, especially after the Western alliance picked them as its agent in Syria in the fight against Daesh.

When Ankara took notice of the Syrian-Kurdish game, it waged battles against Daesh in Operation Euphrates Shield, then against Al-Nusra Front, but this did not end US armament or dependence on the Kurds. The move was accepted by the Russians, who do not see the PYD as an enemy of the Syrian regime, which further bolstered the Syrian Kurds’ situation.

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The dangers of a Syrian takedown for Turkey: It is understood why Ankara is persistently demanding that the US stop arming Kurdish groups in Syria, particularly the Democratic Union Party (PYD). Turkey perceives them as a danger to its stability and unity, especially after the Western alliance picked them as its agent in Syria in the fight against Daesh.

When Ankara took notice of the Syrian-Kurdish game, it waged battles against Daesh in Operation Euphrates Shield, then against Al-Nusra Front, but this did not end US armament or dependence on the Kurds. The move was accepted by the Russians, who do not see the PYD as an enemy of the Syrian regime, which further bolstered the Syrian Kurds’ situation.

The dangers of a Syrian takedown for Turkey: It is understood why Ankara is persistently demanding that the US stop arming Kurdish groups in Syria, particularly the Democratic Union Party (PYD). Turkey perceives them as a danger to its stability and unity, especially after the Western alliance picked them as its agent in Syria in the fight against Daesh.

When Ankara took notice of the Syrian-Kurdish game, it waged battles against Daesh in Operation Euphrates Shield, then against Al-Nusra Front, but this did not end US armament or dependence on the Kurds. The move was accepted by the Russians, who do not see the PYD as an enemy of the Syrian regime, which further bolstered the Syrian Kurds’ situation.

yrian takedown for Turkey: It is understood why Ankara is persistently demanding that the US stop arming Kurdish groups in Syria, particularly the Democratic Union Party (PYD). Turkey perceives them as a danger to its stability and unity, especially after the Western alliance picked them as its agent in Syria in the fight against Daesh.

When Ankara took notice of the Syrian-Kurdish game, it waged battles against Daesh in Operation Euphrates Shield, then against Al-Nusra Front, but this did not end US armament or dependence on the Kurds. The move was accepted by the Russians, who do not see the PYD as an enemy of the Syrian regime, which further bolstered the Syrian Kurds’ situation.