Death Of Hevrin Khalaf Shines Spotlight On Possible War Crimes In Turkey’s Syria Invasion

Death Of Hevrin Khalaf Shines Spotlight On Possible War Crimes In Turkey’s Syria Invasion

The White House's spiraling Syria crisis took another turn for the worse on Saturday, when Hevrin Khalaf, along with her driver and an aide, were killed along a highway near Hasaka. The Syrian Democratic Forces (which are led by the Kurdish YPG, America's staunchest ally in the fight against ISIS in the country) said militia backed by Turkey ambushed Khalaf as she was coming back from a meeting. A total of six civilians were reportedly killed in the incident. The Turkey-backed National Army de
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7 thoughts on “Death Of Hevrin Khalaf Shines Spotlight On Possible War Crimes In Turkey’s Syria Invasion

  1. It’s time for Turkey to be expelled from NATO. Under Erdogan, it is no friend of Western democracies. (Nor is the Trump administration, for that matter.)

    1. Could the same be said for the US under Trump? Erdogan has lost support, he could not even steal the Istanbul mayoral election. There could be a wag the dog aspect to this action.

  2. There is no excuse for Trump’s actions. He is a total embarrassment to American values. And the Republican Party should be up at arms against it’s leadership. Moscow Mitch should be tarred and feathered and run out of town. What an asshole.

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