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Erdogan's Ottoman ambitions.. Support for terrorism in Syria and falsification of the generations’ memory

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Ottoman ambitions in Syria and Iraq are reflected in his regime's policies from ten years ago, and hardly a day goes by without new facts emerging to prove his intentions towards Syria and the fact that he supports the terrorist Takfiri groups, which are the military wing of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization.

With the beginning of the terrorist war on Syria, Erdogan began to talk about the establishment of a so-called "safe zone" that gathers the Muslim Brotherhood’s terrorists, trains and arms them to attack the Syrian state. In the past eight years, the Turkish border has turned into a transit corridor for arms and terrorists towards Syria.

Erdogan's dream was for the Muslim Brotherhood to take over power in Syria and Egypt so that he could pass his plot and implement his ambitions by seizing Idlib and areas in north Syria.

The aspirations of the Turkish regime are proved  in Erdogan's reintroduction of an old map in Turkish  school curriculum, which shows  Ottoman ambitions at the time in the neighboring countries of Syria, Iraq and Cyprus, where the map includes northern Syria from the coast passing north of Homs and to northern Iraq as well as the island of Cyprus. Parts of Cyprus were occupied in 1974 and are violations of Turkey to the international laws.

Syrian parliamentarian to ST: Trump’s choice of his new National security adviser will determine the US future policy

The United State of America is now at a ‘turning point’ before the forthcoming presidential elections, and the Trump administration has to reach as many as agreements as possible on the thorny files, according to the Syrian Member of Parliament Dr. Safwan Qurabi.

The MP advises the Trump administration to choose a diplomatic and wise adviser to the US National security and to depend on dialogue to resolve all the crises being aggravated between Washington and the world.

Cynthia McKinney to ST: Peace has a chance only with a peace leader in national security adviser position or no one at all in it

Former US congresswoman Cynthia McKinney has said that it might be better for the position of the national security adviser to remain vacant, hoping that President Donald Trump is about to begin to keep his campaign promises about the folly of the US fighting wars for Israel.

In a statement to the Syria times e-newspaper on the effect of the defenestration of John Bolton as President Trump's third national security adviser, McKinney said: "Given the President's poor staffing choices, it might be better for the position to remain vacant. Any appointment from the swamp will continue the same pro-Israel, warmongering, swamp policies."

Political analyst to ST: The so-called US-Turkish “Safe zone” means nothing in strategic terms

The researcher in political and military affairs Basem al-Shihawi has underscored that there are both political and military reasons behind the terrorist organizations’ repeated drone attacks against Syrian military posts in Hama and Hmeimim airbase in Lattakia.

He told the Syria Times e-newspaper that terrorists groups holed up in Idlib province would never launch such attacks without Turkey’s permission.

Patrik Paulov introduces Syria’s silenced voices that never were allowed to speak in the MSM

Using his own sources in Syria, leaked diplomatic documents, and reports in both alternative and established international media, the Swedish journalist Patrik Paulov questioned in his book “Syria's Silenced Voices” the official version of the intervention war in Syria, which Swedish media and politicians mediated and yet, today, continue to convey.

He talked about the widespread foreign involvement in the war by the United States, Turkey, and several Gulf states besides the role played by Sweden, including joining the EU sanctions and backing an opposition movement that has cooperated with a terrorist organization.

The Syria Times e-newspaper interviewed the journalist, who was formerly the editor of international pages at a weekly newspaper Proletären., to shed light on his book and its effect on public opinion.