‘At The End Of The Day, We Are All Syrians’: Assad Gets Hero’s Welcome As Regime Intervenes To Save Kurds

It took just seven days for the Syrian Democratic Forces (led by the Kurdish YPG) to strike a protection agreement with Bashar al-Assad in the wake of Donald Trump's decision to effectively green-light Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s long-threatened incursion into northern Syria. On Sunday, less than a week after Trump told Erdogan, in a phone call, that the US would remove the 50 special operators whose presence with the YPG had deterred Turkish aggression along the northeastern border, Assad sent hi

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4 thoughts on “‘At The End Of The Day, We Are All Syrians’: Assad Gets Hero’s Welcome As Regime Intervenes To Save Kurds

  1. Trumps action is small positive. GTF out of Syria ASAP. Let them sort out their differences.
    The problem is Trump has yet to seriously commit to his promise to remove our troops from these dumb ass elective National Security State Wars. Bring the waste $ back home to support our people.

  2. This will not end well. Too many bad actors getting mixed up in the Kurds future. Can’t trust the Syrians or the Russians. The US has lost a tough ally.

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