You read that right. Our ally in the fight against ISIS, Turkey, is back at war with our other ally in the fight against ISIS, the Kurds. More details:
"The airstrike is the first broad op against the PKK since the gov initiated the peace process with Turkey’s Kurds." http://t.co/p2Q536FClf
— Mike Giglio (@mike_giglio) October 14, 2014
Kurdish PKK militants say Turkey violated ceasefire with air strikes http://t.co/bKDmttfyUK
— Reuters World (@ReutersWorld) October 14, 2014
Turkey bombs Kurds fighting ISIS. West bombs ISIS, who were fighting Assad. Assad drops barrel bombs on civilians. West cross with Turkey.
— James Mackintosh (@jmackin2) October 14, 2014
Finally, NATO allies join the…wha? RT @haaretzcom Turkish planes hit Kurdish targets in southeast Turkey http://t.co/9IRRdyZFsJ
— Tom Gara (@tomgara) October 14, 2014
Mideast violence spreads as Turkey bombs Kurdish militants http://t.co/i72P7o3WDk
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) October 14, 2014
The relationship between Turkey and the Kurds just got messier, despite their common enemy – http://t.co/PmHyKHY8cc pic.twitter.com/Z3lNphrx5i
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 14, 2014
As Turkey is a NATO member and NATO countries are sworn to protect one another, this is a great question:
Turkey bombs Kurdish militants in Syria. So if Kurds fight back, NATO is at war? http://t.co/zvRL2KQjyb
— Andrew Stiles (@AndrewStilesUSA) October 14, 2014
Over to you, President Obama. Will we soon be at war with the Kurds?
And we’re starting to see more talk that it’s time for our NATO relationship with Turkey to come to an end:
VDH thinks the U.S. should declare we "would prefer that Turkey leave NATO." http://t.co/6VhrKp7HJg
— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) October 14, 2014
Turkey wants ISIS to genocide the Kurds like they almost did the Armenians. Huge mistake to let them be a Nato "partner."
— Film Ladd (@FilmLadd) October 14, 2014
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