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US serviceman: I Regret We Allow Kurdish Genocide

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- A little complicated. Only our Command had contact with the Turks, by the way, it was dissatisfied with work with them. Moreover, here, in the USA, I've already learnt a few stories about our joint patrols in northern Syria. Just believe me, the stories are not pleasant.

- What's your opinion on Trump's decision to withdraw troops from north-eastern Syria?

- It's a total b***t! Write that! What for we have been serving there for a number of years? I'm sure if we keep our presence there, Turkey wouldn't do those things that they are doing now! It's a real genocide. I regret we've allowed it.

- The Syrian Arab Army and Russian troops are helping Kurds now. What's your comment to that?

- It's obvious, that if we abandon them, they have no choice except alliance with Assad and Russians. I keep telling you, I'm sorry we've abandoned them. It's good that somebody stands by them.

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I'm a Lebanese Middle East researcher of Syrian origin. In 2012, my sister was severely injured after a mortar shell hit our house in Al-Rastan outskirts (Homs province, Syria). Our family had to flee for medical treatment to Lebanon. Since that (more...)
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