Turkey is preparing Syrian mercenaries to fight in Kashmir: report

Greek City Times


By Paul Antonopoulos
Dec. 5, 2020

Turkey, which has previously sent Syrian mercenaries to Libya and
Azerbaijan, is preparing to send fighters to Kashmir to fight against
India.

According to ANF News, which quoted local sources in northern Syria,
Abu Emsha, the head of the Turkish-backed Suleyman Shah Brigades
terrorist organization that is a part of the so-called Syrian National
Army, informed his members five days ago that Ankara wanted to
reinforce Kashmir.

The head of the terrorist groups, Abu Emsha, said that Turkish
officers would later ask the commanders of other terrorist groups to
list the names of those who want to go to Kashmir.

Abu Emsha stated that those who will go from his terrorist group will
be registered in a list and they will receive $2000 in funding. Abu
Emsha told the militant fighters he met that Kashmir is a mountainous
region like Artsakh.

Local sources stated that Ankara has been conducting this activity in
Azaz, Jarablus, Al-Bab, Afrin and Idlib for a short time, picking the
names of the fighters to go. The sources say they will be transported
secretly.

The Turkish state stands by Pakistan on the Kashmir issue against
India. Like Qatar, Pakistan supports the Turkish state’s invasion
attacks in Northeast Syria.

The official news agency of the Turkish state, Anadolu Agency, reports
that the problem between India and Pakistan in Kashmir is equivalent
to the Artsakh problem.

The Turkish state’s attempt to send terrorists to Kashmir, according
to ANF News, comes at a time of escalation between Pakistan and India.

On November 13, both forces fired intensively against each other in
the Kashmir region. At least 13 people died and dozens were injured in
the mutual attacks.

The clashes and bombings took place along the 740km control line
separating Azad Kashmir (Pakistan) from Jammu Kashmir (India). Five
days ago, three Indian soldiers and three terrorists died in clashes
on the same line.

Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan, both nuclear
powers, since their independence in 1947. The conflict over Kashmir
has been the reason for major wars between the two countries since
then.

Ankara has also became active in Pakistan and Bangladesh for them
recognize Turkish occupied northern Cyprus.


 

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