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Last 50 tweets from @Gargaristan
Gargari Retweeted ·  
Turkish army hit village in Syria's Afrin with suspected gas: Kurdish YPG, Observatory reut.rs/2o4JzoO
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Sudden spate of charges against YPG volunteers in England following large arms contracts signed with Turkey - UK is desperate for business due to Brexit & the Director of Public Prosecutions has been corrupted bbc.co.uk/news/uk-430868…
British man charged with terror offences Aidan James was arrested after returning from Syria where he fought against so-called Islamic State.
bbc.co.uk
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Iran's Lake Urmia continues to dry up while the radical Shia mullahs who rule the country are too busy beating their chests for "Imam" Khomeini.

1st image from this time last year.
2nd image from today.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Vid of civilians being treated in Efrîn Hospital w problems of breathing
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
#German media reporting about correlation between release of @Besser_Deniz after one year in Turkish prison, and stricter action by the German authorities against Kurds. Sad!
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Trump proved that alt-right works even more with dictatorships and criminal leaders than old establishment cause they dont really despise the model how the state is build in these countries. I guess it would be the same if far-right controls government in european countries.
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@Gargaristan I understand - I will try to find information about that.
Could be an interesting thread...
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Replying to @GeromanAT :
@GeromanAT I thought about it again and I think it could be good to add heavily damaged cities and also environmental problems (like salinization and the decline of water) to this map.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
16.-18. "security"-conference in Munich - kurdish symbols and flags have been prohibited.
People that show solidarity with the YPG/ YPJ will be criminalized. Those who fight against ISIS are still called terrorists. While Turkey massacres #Afrin population
sicherheitskonferenz.de/de/node/6949
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Of course it's great news that he has been released.

But this also means, that Germany hasn't any reason left to be unfriendly towards Turkey.

And it was already really friendly.
Great news that #DenizYücel was finally released pending trial. Time for #Erdogan gov't to release 245 jailed journalists and media workers in #Turkey. See full list at @StockholmCF site stockholmcf.org/updated-list/
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@Gargaristan Pro SAA claims Afrin is very close to seal a deal with Damascus. What do u think is that true they r close to deal?
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Replying to @kroslav :
@kroslav I really don't know. Depends on the power they still hold in the backhand. If frontlines are close to a collapse yes, otherwise probably no.
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@Gargaristan Vehicles are useless as long as turkish airforce can use syrian airspace.
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Replying to @LunaticRizgar :
@LunaticRizgar With arms I include anti-aircraft arms.
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5) Another possibility would be, that Turkey cancels the invasion because of too high casualties. These may come if the Jihadis retreat when they are heavily weakened, but I doubt that this could actually end Turkeys' plans.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
6) And then there is this option (and it's probably the most likely), that the US sends important arms, vehicles, etc to the YPG and SAA allows the transfer of these arms to Efrîn.
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4) How could this look like?
A development that should have happened earlier but probably won't happen at all is international condemnation and diplomatic actions against Turkey.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
5) Another possibility would be, that Turkey cancels the invasion because of too high casualties. These may come if the Jihadis retreat when they are heavily weakened, but I doubt that this could actually end Turkeys' plans.
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3) Also, their advance is very slow, but it is existant.
What the Rojavan exclave of Efrîn is probably hoping for, is an external influence.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
4) How could this look like?
A development that should have happened earlier but probably won't happen at all is international condemnation and diplomatic actions against Turkey.
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2) The Turkish-Jihadi casualties and vehicle losses may be higher than the ones of the YPG.
But they have access to an enormous amount of arms, technology and fighters.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
3) Also, their advance is very slow, but it is existant.
What the Rojavan exclave of Efrîn is probably hoping for, is an external influence.
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1) The YPG defends Efrîn with all its strength and without hesitating but I think that it's a game on time.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
2) The Turkish-Jihadi casualties and vehicle losses may be higher than the ones of the YPG.
But they have access to an enormous amount of arms, technology and fighters.
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1) The YPG defends Efrîn with all its strength and without hesitating but I think that it's a game on time.
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By the way, Germany calls this country "safe country of origin" regarding refugees.
More than 10,000 #Afghan civilian casualties in #Afghanistan conflict in 2017 documented. Figures remaining at record highs, #UN report revealed. @UNAMAnews
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
I'm from Makhmour, I know how hard living in such ungoverned and disputed territories is. KRG established institutions providing services in these territories, but after the 16 of Oct events all ceased to function & now GoI isn't capable of (or willing) providing these services.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
#FF @OliveBrnchWatch I just found out that there is an account monitoring Turkey’s war crimes in Afrin. Follow it and spread the word.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Good read by @NicholasAHeras about the SDF's Manbij Military Council and how they might soon have to fight for Manbij again. thedefensepost.com/2018/02/13/opi…
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Dozens of degree-holders in Raqqa gather outside the RCC to compete over 160 jobs in the electricity and telecommunication sector. Those include around three dozen women from Raqqa.👇
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
#Syria / January 2018: based on #SOHR victims' statistic, 85% of #SAA + allies fighters are Syrians. For "opposition" fighters, the proportion is smaller (69%), but increasing since #Daesh's weakening.
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After Ain Dara, this is the second destruction of cultural heritage by Turkish forces.

Ruins in the southeast of the Byzantine settlement Taqla were removed to build a military base.
much smaller Turkish military outpost (No 2) near Deir Sam'an, in the ruins of the byzantine settlement Taqla wikimapia.org/#lat=36.319365…
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
#Syria All #ISIS fighters surrender themselves to the opposition forces in the southern countryside of #Idlib.
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"Rojava got rid of ENKS!!!!!111!!!!!"
No, the people there saw how ENKS' friends ran things into the ground in Bashur and decided they didn't want that.
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Replying to @mjb____ :
@mjb____ It's not even true. ENKS participated in communal elections in Rojava.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Gargari Retweeted ·  
If you think this is ISIS you are totally wrong, they are NATO ally Turkish army and Al-Qaeeda jihadist attacking #Afrin
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
@CivilWarMap There are Arab YPG units still stationed there as well as foreign volunteers. There was a large YPG withdrawal but there are still YPG there.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
A new update of the situation in #Afrin. Turkish forces progress in Rajo & Jandairis districts. Strong resistance of #YPG in North and North-East. TSK + KSA : 185 killed vs 148 killed for YPG / HD : lecourrierdumaghrebetdelorient.info/wp-content/upl…
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Turkey hit the main water pump station in Kefirsefrê. the result is: More than 5000 families in @Jindires and its villages won`t be able to reach water from now on. @UN @hrw @amnesty
#Afrin
#Efrîn
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Instead, it's rather a mix of the selection of information they get and the trust in their democracy that makes them ignore other information.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
But there is access to this information and on regard to the ret of the world, the people of the West need to realize that and take on responsibility.
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And I believe, that's how many in the West think.

It's not that they would actually support these unjust actions.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
Instead, it's rather a mix of the selection of information they get and the trust in their democracy that makes them ignore other information.
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But it was not for the sake of protest against the system, it was a development based on ideals my parents taught me. I disagreed with many policies, but I still believed in the democracy of my country.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
And I believe, that's how many in the West think.

It's not that they would actually support these unjust actions.
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There is a reason why I write about this so much.
I grew up in a Middle-class family in the West. When I got politically interested, it also turned me a leftist.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
But it was not for the sake of protest against the system, it was a development based on ideals my parents taught me. I disagreed with many policies, but I still believed in the democracy of my country.
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And this argument of "what does it have to do with us, it's far away"...

No. The West was the major force behind the globalization and no one got as much profit from it as the West.

It's about time you stop denying reality and take on responsibility.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
There is a reason why I write about this so much.
I grew up in a Middle-class family in the West. When I got politically interested, it also turned me a leftist.
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Now, imagine the uproar if YPG would do the same: simply letting foreign fighters return to the West.

It won't happen, because the YPG doesn't only pretend to care about human rights. But just imagine it...
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
And this argument of "what does it have to do with us, it's far away"...

No. The West was the major force behind the globalization and no one got as much profit from it as the West.

It's about time you stop denying reality and take on responsibility.
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The YPG killed and captured hundreds of terrorists from the West.

And what is the West doing?
Trials against international YPG fighters, arms shipments to Turkey, or they even declare Kurds as terrorists.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
Now, imagine the uproar if YPG would do the same: simply letting foreign fighters return to the West.

It won't happen, because the YPG doesn't only pretend to care about human rights. But just imagine it...
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In Middle East, others had to fight not only against problems of their own country, but also a ton of problems created in the west.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
The YPG killed and captured hundreds of terrorists from the West.

And what is the West doing?
Trials against international YPG fighters, arms shipments to Turkey, or they even declare Kurds as terrorists.
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Instead, it co-funded projects like DITIB, paid millions of € to Turkey for "approaching the EU" and focused on silencing Kurdish media instead.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
In Middle East, others had to fight not only against problems of their own country, but also a ton of problems created in the west.
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When MENA was already drowning in chaos, the West barely did anything to combat its export of Jihadis, despite having the resources to do so.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
Instead, it co-funded projects like DITIB, paid millions of € to Turkey for "approaching the EU" and focused on silencing Kurdish media instead.
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When MENA was already drowning in chaos, the West barely did anything to combat its export of Jihadis, despite having the resources to do so.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
Kurds brought so many evidences last years there is systematical mindset of genocide and fascism in Turkey. Still only a bunch on Twitter and a bunch of leftists journalists and a bunch of leftist politicians condemn it. Rest of the west systematically ignores it, intentionally.
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Gargari Retweeted ·  
@GilbertZagros Censorship in Germany similar to Turkey
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The YPG captured dozens of foreign fighters that would have come back to spread the terror in your own country.

Yet, Turkey uses Western weapons and doesn't need to fear reactions from Western governments.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
I am serious.

Stop taking these sacrifices as granted.

Show solidarity.
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Şivan Enteriyê is one of many fighters who gave their lives last week to save the world from the Islamic State.

At the same time, his forces are backstabbed by a Turkish invasion in Efrîn.
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Replying to @Gargaristan :
The YPG captured dozens of foreign fighters that would have come back to spread the terror in your own country.

Yet, Turkey uses Western weapons and doesn't need to fear reactions from Western governments.
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Şivan Enteriyê is one of many fighters who gave their lives last week to save the world from the Islamic State.

At the same time, his forces are backstabbed by a Turkish invasion in Efrîn.
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