“A possible Turkish attack will favor ISIS, help them recuperate”
North and East Syrian Domestic Affairs Committee Co-chair Eli Heco said a possible attack by the Turkish state would make it harder to keep the ISIS arrestees under control.
The Turkish state has increased threats against North and East Syria immediately after the ISIS gangs were defeated.
North and East Syrian Domestic Affairs Committee Co-chair Eli Heco said a possible Turkish state attack would put regional and global stability and security at risk.
“TURKEY IS AFRAID OF THE DEMOCRATIC NATION SYSTEM”
Heco said the Turkish state has plans against the Autonomous Administration and plans to revive the Ottoman empire: “That is why they are constantly threatening the region. Turkey claims their own lands and safety is at risk, but everybody knows that the Autonomous Administration has never violated any rights at the Turkish border. Turkey’s threats have one reason alone, that they fear the democratic nation system.”
“ISIS WOULD RECUPERATE”
Heco said the defeat of ISIS gangs also dealt a huge blow to the AKP government: “Turkey is at the top of the list for countries that support terrorism. They see the peace and safety in the Autonomous Administration’s territory as a threat to themselves. With their threats of attack, they want to activate ISIS sleeper cells and revive the gangs.”
Heco said the Autonomous Administration territory has been safe since the terrorists were cleared:
“If there is an attack against the region, that would pose a security risk. It would become extremely difficult to control thousands of arrested ISIS members. This will favor ISIS and they will recuperate. Such a situation will put regional and global stability and security at risk.”
North and East Syrian Domestic Affairs Committee Co-chair Eli Heco called for dialogue for the solution to the issues and stressed that they will defend themselves in case of an attack.