Armed by Turkey and Saudi Arabia, jihadi fighters in the terrorist organizations Jabhat al-Nusrah, the Islamic State of Iraq, and al-ShÄm recently attacked the liberated area of west
Kurdistan, the part of Kurdistan under Syrian Arab occupation. The attack was launched in what proved to be an unsuccessful attempt to
wipe out forces of the "YPG," the armed branch of the main Kurdish opposition group in Syria, which is determined to defend the independence of Syrian Kurds.
Massoud Barzani, President of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, has trained hundreds of Syrian Kurds to support Jabhat al-Nusrah, the Islamic State of Iraq, and al-ShÄm, and has been ready to send in his own fighters from the Kurdish Barzani tribe to help eliminate the YPG forces. When it turned out that the Islamic terrorist jihadi fighters and Kurds trained by Barzani failed to wipe out the YPG forces, they launched a cowardly and vengeful attack that, according to international reports and the foreign minister of Russia, killed 450 civilian Kurds, including 100 children.
Following this attack, Barzani formed a fact-finding committee to investigate the war crime committed by the Islamic terrorist organizations, just as he did in the case of murdered Kurdish journalist and student Sardasht Othman, who wrote
an article in which he said he had dreamed of marrying Massed Barany's daughter.
According to the Kurdish media, this report that an ordinary Kurd wanted to marry into Kurdistan's ruling Barzani Sheik family offended the ancient Jewish mentality of one of Massoud Barzani's sons. He kidnapped Sardasht Othman in daylight in front of the university and killed him in cold blood because he dared to think of introducing his ordinary Kurdishness into the sanctity of the Barzani Sheik family. This strange but true story is difficult for many Westerners to accept, but it is only one example of the kind of criminal families in the Middle East that the U.S. is helping to keep in power in that part of the world.
Denial of the Terrorist Massacre and International Support of Islamic Terrorist Organizations
In the article linked below that appeared in the
Rudaw publication (there are reports by Kurdish media that this publication in the
Barzani area of Iraq is owned by the Turkish MIT [National Intelligence Organization] and used against both the Syrian PYD [the Kurdish Democratic Union Party] and the PKK [the Kurdistan Workers Party in Turkey]), Barzani's committee claims not to have found any evidence
of the massacre of Kurds by Islamic jihadist terrorist organizations in
In this connection, it is important to note that most international communities seem to be unaware of the support given by the U.S., a few EU countries and Israel to the al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic terrorist organizations of Jabhat al-Nusrah, the Islamic State of Iraq, and al-ShÄm, which committed the September 11 crimes and killed thousands of Americans in the Iraq war.
It should also be noted that Saudi Arabia and the other Persian Gulf countries are funding the war against the Syrian Government. The funds are used to buy weapons from the West that are then sent to the Islamic terrorist organizations of Jabhat al-Nusrah, the Islamic State of Iraq, and al-ShÄm to fight the forces of the Syrian Government. But this support is based on the wishes of the Prime Minister of Turkey and Massoud Barzani, who have partnered in the oil business with Israeli, European and American interests to fight the YPG of the Kurds, instead of Syrian Government forces.
As a smokescreen for these activities, President Obama and his administration are currently diverting the world's attention to the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government, while they continue to support the evil machinations of the oil business dealers.
In an ironic twist, however, if the Western leaders by their actions ignite World War III in Syria, the oil they covet will go up in flames. That will leave the West and Russia at each other's throats and China standing by watching.Reference: See "Fact-Finding Team: No Evidence of Kurdish Massacre by Jihadis in Syria," by Hevidar Ahmed.