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We will now have an Official Moment of Silence for the impending deaths of 60,000 Kurds, the ONLY group of Muslims in the Middle East that actually gave THEIR lives to keep OUR American G.I.'s safe. 

 

Of course.....since the Kurds are still Muslims, no one in Trump's Nest of Criminal RIGHT-Wing Murderous Protestant Vipers is gonna lift a baby-handed little finger to protect them. Did you think they would?

 

After all....sadly, it is still is the fact that our own RIGHT-Wing Protestant filth is currently running America into the ground, even despite their past crimes against humanity and 500 year record of annihilating religious minorities here on OUR two American continents....so...thinking that they would rip a nylon or break a nail or skin an elbow helping a religious pro-America MUSLIM group of soldiers is just silly!

 

In any event, do your damn part for America!

Make sure you send the Kurds a nice Hallmark " We're With You In Your Sad Time of Death of Your Loved Ones" condolences card, pronto.

 

Because America really CARES.  

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21 minutes ago, Fit2Serve said:

We will now have an Official Moment of Silence for the impending deaths of 60,000 Kurds, the ONLY group of Muslims in the Middle East that actually gave THEIR lives to keep OUR American G.I.'s safe. 

 

Of course.....since the Kurds are still Muslims, no one in Trump's Nest of Criminal RIGHT-Wing Murderous Protestant Vipers is gonna lift a baby-handed little finger to protect them. Did you think they would?

 

After all....sadly, it is still is the fact that our own RIGHT-Wing Protestant filth is currently running America into the ground, even despite their past crimes against humanity and 500 year record of annihilating religious minorities here on OUR two American continents....so...thinking that they would rip a nylon or break a nail or skin an elbow helping a religious pro-America MUSLIM group of soldiers is just silly!

 

In any event, do your damn part for America!

Make sure you send the Kurds a nice Hallmark " We're With You In Your Sad Time of Death of Your Loved Ones" condolences card, pronto.

 

Because America really CARES.  

 

only the lowest form of humanity (trump and his supporters) rejoice at this blood shed. 

 

there are no words to describe this atrocity.

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BEIRUT (AP) — The latest developments on Turkish offensive in Syria (all times local):

6 a.m.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he’s worried Turkey’s campaign in Syria will lead to the resurgence of the Islamic State group.

He told reporters in Sydney on Wednesday that he was “deeply concerned” about Turkey’s actions and has expressed to the Turkish and U.S. governments his concerns about the safety of civilians and the Kurdish people.

Turkey launched airstrikes, fired artillery and began a ground offensive against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria on Wednesday after U.S. troops pulled back from the area.

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11:35 p.m.

The European’s Union foreign policy chief is calling on Turkey to cease its military action in northeast Syria.

Federica Mogherini said in a written statement Wednesday that “renewed armed hostilities in the north-east will further undermine the stability of the whole region, exacerbate civilian suffering and provoke further displacements.”

The EU says Turkey’s “unilateral action” threatens the progress of the U.S.-led coalition to defeat the Islamic State extremist group.

The bloc also is urging all parties to ensure the protection of civilians and humanitarian access throughout Syria.

Mogherini says the EU maintains its position that Syrian refugees must return to their places of origin when the conditions are met. She warns that “any attempt at demographic change would be unacceptable.”

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11:20 p.m.

A security official says Turkey’s ground forces and Turkish-allied Syrian opposition forces have crossed into an area of northern Syria in a four-pronged offensive.

The security official based near Turkey’s border with Syria would not say how many troops are involved in the ground operation that began Wednesday hours after Turkish jets and artillery pounded Syrian Kurdish targets in the region.

The official spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity in line with government rules.

—By Suzan Fraser.

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10:55 p.m.

The Arab League says foreign ministers from around the region will meet to discuss Turkey’s military operation in northern Syria.

Hossam Zaki, deputy secretary general of the pan-Arab organization, says Wednesday the meeting will take place in Cairo on Saturday.

The meeting comes after Egypt called for an emergency meeting of the Arab League to discuss Turkey’s “blatant aggression” against Syria’s sovereignty.

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10:45 p.m.

Turkey’s Defense Ministry says Turkish ground forces have moved across the border to fight against Kurdish fighters in northeastern Syria, hours after Turkish jets and artillery pounded areas in Syria’s northern border.

The ministry said Turkish troops, joined by allied Syrian opposition forces, moved into Syria on Wednesday. It did not provide further details.

Turkey’s offensive — named Operation Peace Spring —came after U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to withdraw American troops from the area, paving the way for an assault on forces that have long been allied with the United States.

Turkey aims to create a so-called “safe zone” that would be cleared of Kurdish fighters — that Ankara considers to be terrorists and an extention of Kurdish rebels fighting inside Turkey — and eventually allow for the return of refugees.

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10:35 p.m.

A Syrian war monitor and an activist collective in Kurdish-held areas say at least seven civilians have been killed in Turkish strikes in northeastern Syria.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights put the death toll at eight, including two Christian Assyrians in the city of Qamishli, a husband and wife and their child as well as another man in a village outside of the town of Tal Abyad, and a child in a village west of Qamishli. Also killed was a man in Ras al-Ayn, it said.

The Rojava Information Center, an activist collective in northeast Syria, counted seven killed.

The Observatory said at least seven fighters from the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces were killed in the fighting. The Rojava center put the death toll at three.

Turkey began a military operation against Kurdish fighters Wednesday targeting areas in northeast Syria with airstrikes and artillery shelling.

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9:20 p.m.

U.N. diplomats say the Security Council will hold a closed meeting Thursday on Turkey’s military action in northeast Syria.

The five European nations on the council — France, United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium and Poland — requested the meeting on Wednesday, the diplomats said. They spoke on condition of anonymity because discussions were private.

The meeting will take place after Thursday morning’s scheduled meeting on Colombia, the diplomats said.

— By Edith M. Lederer

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8:15 p.m.

President Donald Trump says the U.S. does not endorse Turkey’s assault on northern Syria and has made it clear to Ankara that its incursion against Kurdish fighters who helped the U.S. battle the Islamic State is a “bad idea.”

In a statement Wednesday, Trump said no American soldiers are in the area being invaded. Earlier, Trump ordered U.S. forces out of the area, prompting criticism that he was abandoning an American ally.

Trump says he does not want the U.S. to fight “these endless, senseless wars.”

He says he will hold Turkey to its commitment to protect civilians and religious minorities, including Christians, and ensure the invasion does not create a humanitarian crisis. He also says Turkey must make sure that IS fighters held captive in Syria remain detained.

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8:05 p.m.

A U.S. defense official and a Kurdish official in Syria say the American-backed Syrian militia being attacked by Turkish forces has suspended operations against the Islamic State group.

The militia, known as the Syrian Democratic Forces, has been moving into position to contest the Turkish onslaught, which so far includes airstrikes and artillery barrages.

The officials who confirmed the SDF suspension of operations against the Islamic State were not authorized to provide details on the unfolding situation and so spoke on condition of anonymity.

 

 

The U.S. defense official said an incursion by Turkish ground forces had not yet begun but was expected soon.

 

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-may isis head straight to Washingron DC and to pennslyvania ave.-

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