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In retaking Mosul YPG/J and the Guerrillas must be aware of the hidden agenda

category mashriq / arabia / iraq | imperialism / war | opinion / analysis author Thursday August 04, 2016 05:08author by Zaher Baherauthor email Zaarif1 at yahoo dot co dot ukauthor address UK Report this post to the editors

This article is about retaking the city of Mosul that has been under control of Isis since 09/06/2014. At the moment the Iraqi government is in talk with KRG and US forces about making plan to liberate it. In my opinion this will be one of the bloodiest battle that could happen in Iraq since 2003 after the invasion. I believe there is a hidden agenda, when Isis is defeated, it will try to run away. The liberator forces may push them to withdraw towards Jazeea in Rojava. So it is necessary for YPG/J and the Guerrillas to change their tactic.

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In retaking Mosul YPG/J and the Guerrillas must be aware of the hidden agenda

By Zaher Baher
August 2016

The plan and conspiracy between Turkey, Qatar and The Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) against Rojava will never end. Documents disclosed by Wikileaks recently regarding the meetings and agreements between the three of them and a special meeting between Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Barzani, the head of KRG, proves the truth if we were previously in doubt. Please see the links at the end of article.

When ISIS invaded Mosul it was to the benefit of Turkey, Qatar and KRG. The liberation of Mosul will also be to the benefit of the above unless YPG/J (people and women protection units) and Guerrilla forces are aware of the changing tactics.

Turkey, Qatar and KRG have completely failed in their previous polices in defeating the social movement and destroying the Cantons in Rojava, no matter how hard they’ve tried. Starting by invading Mosul, attacking Kobane, committing terrorist acts, setting up a no-fly zone in Rojava and finally Turkey failed in joint action with Saudi Arabia to enter Syria and Rojava to fight Kurdish forces under the pretext of fighting the terrorist groups.

The current plan is to “retake Mosul”. The plan involves conspiracy and hidden agenda. This could be brutal; if YPG/J and the Guerrillas do not change their tactics, we may lose whatever was achieved so far in Rojava.

What is the plan/hidden agenda?

There were few reasons for the Turkey military to cross the border of Iraq in the last year and stationed close enough to Mosul. One of these is the historical reason; Mosul was one of the regions of the Ottoman Empire in the olden days. Other reasons: after defeating Turkey and ISIS in Kobane, Turkey considered it important to defend ISIS if they come under attack in Mosul in order to return to al-Raqqha and their territory safely. It was also to protect the oil tankers that are transferring the cheap oil to Turkey and al-Raqqha, to pressurise YPG/J and the Guerrillas that they are protecting Ezidis community there and also to support and help Barzani’s Peshmarga if the fighting break up between them and the forces of YPG/J and The Guerrillas. More importantly comes the “big plan or hidden agenda”, in an attempt to regain control of Mosul. It is anticipated the outcome of the fight would defeat ISIS, as a result it would force ISIS to withdraw towards Jazerra. This is the primary goal and original plan.

In my opinion this plan was made long time ago. It is hoped that when ISIS is defeated, they will have nowhere to go but to withdraw towards al-Rabia. Al-Rabia and the areas around it are under control of Barzani’s Peshmarga. In this situation it is easy for them to penetrate Jazeera. Once they arrive there the plan that already designed will be executed by launching the war against YPG/J in Jazeera and its citizens. What makes the plan goes perfectly well is existing of he Kurdish National Council—the umbrella organization composed of Syrian Kurdish parties created under Barzani’s sponsorship, (ENKS). While the ENKS are Barzani’s allies if they do not support ISIS directly, they certainly will support them indirectly.

The YPG/J, the Guerrillas and the Ezidis forces in retaking Mosul should try to defuse Turkey and Barzani tactic. They should take part in this operation only very lightly. Their main tactic should be gathering all their forces in the region behind the war line to resist withdrawing ISIS towards Jazeera borders. Here it is extremely important to prevent from entering Jazeera. They should be destroyed, if not, to be forced to withdrew to inside Iraq and Bashur (Iraqi Kurdistan). Let the Iraqi government and KRG to deal with them as initially both of them just did nothing when ISIS entered their lands and invaded Mosul, in fact they let ISIS carried out genocide to the Ezidis.

I believe it is very necessary for the YPG/J and Guerrillas to stop this war that targets the heart of Rojava, Jazeera; by defusing Turkey and KRG tactic in order to protect and maintain what have been achieved so far there.


Links for reference:

ISIS survives largely because Turkey allows it to: the evidence ...
https://undercoverinfo.wordpress.com/2015/11/20/isis-su...ence/>*

WikiLeaks Reveals Saudi Arabia, Turkey & Qatar Secret Anti-Sy
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&sourc...nRdqQ

Yerevan Saeed one of the Rudaw TV staff that financed by the Prime minster of KRG, Necheravan Barzani passed information on MIT about the PKK movement and its relationship with the Kurdish political parties in Bashur.
https://wikileaks.org/…/1446311_-fwd-re-guidance-questions
In the link below Yerevan Saeed informing MIT about the movement of PJK ( the PKK sisterhood in Iran) on the Iran/ Iraq borders
https://wikileaks.org/…/1824264_re-s3-g3-iraq-turkey-iran-c
In the link below Yerevan Saeed informed MIT that PKK wants to have relationship with Israel.
https://wikileaks.org/…/1147093_re-insight-pkk-and-alledged
zaherbaher.com

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Nella riconquista di Mosul, le YPG/J e la Guerriglia devono stare molto attente al piano segreto

di Zaher Baher
Agosto 2016

I piani e le cospirazioni tra Turchia, Qatar ed il Governo Regionale Curdo (KRG in Iraq) contro la Rojava non hanno mai fine. Documenti messi a disposizione da Wikileaks di recente riguardano incontri ed accordi tra questi tre soggetti ed un incontro segreto tra Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi e Barzani, il capo del KRG, caso mai ci fossero stati dei dubbi. Basta guadare i link in fondo all'articolo.

Quando l'ISIS ha preso Mosul andò a vantaggio della Turchia, del Qatar e del KRG. Anche la liberazione di Mosul potrebbe andare a loro vantaggio a meno che le YPG/J (le unità di difesa del popolo e delle donne della Rojava) e le forze della Guerrilla ne prendano consapevolezza e cambino la loro tattica.

Turchia, Qatar e KRG hanno completamente fallito nelle loro precedenti politiche che miravano a sconfiggere il movimento sociale nonchè a distruggere i Cantoni in Rojava, nonostante ce l'abbiano messa tutta: dall'invasione di Mosul, all'attacco a Kobane, dagli atti terroristici alla no-fly zone in Rojava fino al fallimento dell'azione combinata tra Turchia ed Arabia Saudita per entrare in Siria ed attaccare le forze curde col pretesto di combattere i gruppi terroristici.

L'attuale piano è quello di “riprendere Mosul”. Questo piano nasconde una cospirazione ed un progetto segreto. Che potrebbe essere pericoloso; se le YPG/J e la Guerriglia non cambiano tattica, potremmo perdere tutto quello che è stato conquistato in Rojava.

Qual è il piano segreto?

L'anno scorso c'erano alcune ragioni per l'esercito turco per attraversare il confine e posizionarsi nei pressi di Mosul. Una è di carattere storico: Mosul era una delle regioni dell'Impero Ottomano dei tempi che furono. Le altre ragioni: dopo la sconfitta subita dalla Turchia e dall'ISIS a Kobane, la Turchia ritiene importante difendere l'ISIS se fosse attaccato a Mosul allo scopo di poter tornare a Raqqa e nel suo territorio in tutta sicurezza. Si tratta anche di proteggere le autobotti piene di petrolio che trasportano greggio a basso prezzo in Turchia ed a Raqqa, di fare pressione sulle YPG/J e sulla Guerriglia che stanno proteggendo la comunità Yazida, ma anche di aiutare i Peshmerga di Barzani se entrano in conflitto con le forze della YPG/J e della Guerriglia. Più importante ancora diventa il "grande piano o il piano segreto", nel tentativo di riprendere il controllo di Mosul. Se come anticipato l'esito sarà la sconfitta dell'ISIS, la conseguenza potrebbe essere lo spostamento dell'ISIS verso Jazerra. Questo è lo scopo principale ed originario del piano.

Un piano deciso molto tempo fa. C'è da sperare che quando l'ISIS sarà sconfitto, non avendo nessun posto dove spostarsi non vada verso al-Rabia. Al-Rabia e le aree intorno sono sotto il controllo dei Peshmerga di Barzani. In questa situazione sarebbe facile per loro penetrare in Jazeera. Una volta presa Jazeera il piano previsto è quello di scatenare l'attacco contro le YPG/J ed i suoi abitanti. Ciò che rende questo piano perfetto è l'esistenza del Consiglio Nazionale Curdo—l'organismo ombrello dei partiti curdi siriani creato con Barzani come sponsor. Se questo Consiglio in quanto alleato di Barzani non sostiene direttamente l'ISIS, certamente lo sostiene indirettamente.

Le YPG/J, la Guerriglia e forze Yazide alla riconquista di Mosul dovrebbero eludere la tattica della Turchia e di Barzani. Dovrebbero prendere parte alle operazioni militari in modo poco impegnativo. La tattica migliore sarebbe quella di radunare tutte le loro forze nella regione al di là del fronte per resistere ad un ritorno dell'ISIS verso i confini di Jazeera. E' estremamente importante impedire loro di entrare in Jazeera. Dovrebbero essere distrutti oppure costretti a spostarsi dentro l'Iraq e nel Bashur (Kurdistan iracheno). Che siano il governo iracheno ed il KRG curdo ad aver a che fare con l'ISIS come hanno fatto fin dall'inizio o meglio non hanno fatto quando l'ISIS prese Mosul, permettendo il genocidio degli Yazidi.

E' necessario che le YPG/J e la Guerriglia si defilino da questa guerra che ha come obiettivo il cuore della Rojava, Jazeera; occorre che eludano la tattica della Turchia e del KRG allo scopo di proteggere e mantenere tutto ciò che hanno costruito finora.
(traduzione a cura di AL/fdca - Ufficio Relazioni Internazionali)
Links for reference:

ISIS survives largely because Turkey allows it to: the evidence ...
https://undercoverinfo.wordpress.com/2015/11/20/isis-su...ence/>*

WikiLeaks Reveals Saudi Arabia, Turkey & Qatar Secret Anti-Sy
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&sourc...nRdqQ

Yerevan Saeed one of the Rudaw TV staff that financed by the Prime minster of KRG, Necheravan Barzani passed information on MIT about the PKK movement and its relationship with the Kurdish political parties in Bashur.
https://wikileaks.org/…/1446311_-fwd-re-guidance-questions
In the link below Yerevan Saeed informing MIT about the movement of PJK ( the PKK sisterhood in Iran) on the Iran/ Iraq borders
https://wikileaks.org/…/1824264_re-s3-g3-iraq-turkey-iran-c
In the link below Yerevan Saeed informed MIT that PKK wants to have relationship with Israel.
https://wikileaks.org/…/1147093_re-insight-pkk-and-alledged
zaherbaher.com

 
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