U.S. ally Turkey has intervened militarily in liberated Kurdish towns in Syria on the side of al-Qaeda.
America's Main Middle East Client Regimes, Turkey And Saudi Arabia, Are Using Al-Qaeda To Suppress Kurdish Rights In Syria.
II. Reports: U.S Ally Turkey Is Intervening Militarily In Syria On The Side of Al-Qaeda
The website 'The Rojava Report' says that the Turkish military is attacking Kurdish fighters in liberated Kurdish towns in northeastern Syria, which have been under attack from al-Qaeda and other transnational Islamic terrorist groups.
Below is an excerpt from, "Turkish Army Shells YPG Positions in Rojava" (Source: The Rojava Report, September 20, 2013):
"The recent outburst of fighting began after the liberation of the village by the YPG on September 15th. Al-Qaeda affiliates such as al-Nusra and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria have been attempting to retake the city, with the material and logistical support of the Turkish Army and Turkish intelligence."The trans-border escalation of the conflict in Syria could see Turkey's role enhanced, both militarily and diplomatically.
If these recent reports are true, and there is no reason why they are not, then it is clear that Turkey has decided to intervene in Syria on the side of al-Qaeda and other Sunni extremist groups.
Members of these terrorist groups are guilty of the crimes of kidnapping Christian priests, beheading prisoners of war, looting private property, eating human flesh, and executing teenagers.