On Sunday 14 January, the PYD/PKK terrorist organization located in Syria targeted the residential area in Azaz with multiple rocket attacks from the Afrin district bordering Turkey.
On Monday 15 January, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) announced that the unemployment rate in Turkey dropped to 10.3 percent in October – down 1.5 points from the same month in the previous year.
Reports have emerged confirming that the Turkish Armed Forces hit PKK/PYD positions in the northwest region of Afrin.
Hannan Al-Jarivah, 25, and Abbud Al-Minkhan, 23, were tortured to death by PKK/PYD terrorists.
During his visit to Los Angeles, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu spoke about Turkey-U.S. relations, FETO and the Syrian crisis.
During the Presidential Summit held in Sochi on November 22, 2017, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan underlined two conditions for the success of the initiative: a clear and strong link with the UN-mediated Geneva process, and the participation of the genuine members of the opposition with a clear rejection of anyone affiliated with terrorist organizations, including PYD/YPG.
“Mr. Trump, you cannot buy Turkey’s democratic will with your dollars. Our decision is clear,” said Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Abu Thurayyah is one of the thousands of Palestinians who became victim to Israeli bombings and bullets. With Abu Thurayyah no more, in the God-forsaken country, his family is on its own.
For Palestinians, who feel largely abandoned or sold out by their regional “Arab brethren,” the US declaration is one last nail in the coffin.
The OIC final Istanbul communique declared that the bloc recognizes Palestine as a sovereign state, with East Jerusalem as its capital.