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 Syrian Kurdish PYD party warn about any Turkey, Muslim Brotherhood intervention in Syrian Kurdistan

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Syrian Kurdish PYD party warn about any Turkey, Muslim Brotherhood intervention in Syrian Kurdistan  21.7.2012  
By Ekurd.net Staff writers







 
Democratic Union Party (PYD) representative Hussein Kocher.
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July 21, 2012

QAMISHLI, Syrian Kurdistan,— Democratic Union Party (PYD) warned about any Turkey or the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan- al-Muslimin) Party rebels’ intervention in Kurdish cities in Syrian Kurdistan region (western Kurdistan) and said it would confront any possible intervening actions.

 “Syria Free Army and Muslim Brotherhood rebels attempted to infiltrate into the Kurdish city of Kobanę but our forces stopped them from entering the city,” Chatir Press website quoted PYD representative Hussein Kocher as Saying.

He further said the party’s forces have being rehearsing in the last year to protect the Kurdish cities.

He further warned about any military intention in the Kurdish cites and said such moves will be forcefully responded.

PYD and civil communities along with a few Kurdish parties are controlling some Syrian Kurdish cities to ban on any possible violence spillover.

The Kurds free Kobanę city and seized all government institutions, in West Kurdistan (Syrian Kurdistan) in northern Syria on July 19 as clashes between Assad’s regime and Western-supported armed groups are reported to be intensifying.

The Kurdish flag is raised at the top of governmental buildings.

On the second day, Saturday, of events in Syrian Kurdistan, several more cities have fallen into the hands of Kurdish groups. Fawzi Shangal,www.ekurd.net the leader of the Kurdish Accord Party in Syria told Rudaw that the Kurdish city of Amude and Efrin fell on Friday and they expect Derek city liberated within hours.

Ali Shamdin, an official from the Kurdish Progress Party in Syria said “The Syrian regime has lost control of some areas of Kurdistan and its authority is weakening,” . “If the situation continues this way, all Kurdish areas will be liberated from the Assad regime.”

Qamishli, the largest Kurdish city in Syria is still under control of Syrian forces,www.ekurd.net but Kurdish leaders expect the army to pull out of the area, as fierce battles between rebel fighters and the Assad regime have been raging in the capital Damascus since Tuesday.

Independent Kurdish newspaper Hawlati said that since early Friday evening war has broken out in the mainly Kurdish city of Qamişlo. Syrian government forces launched an attack against a group of patrolling People’s Defense Unions (YPG) members in Qamişlo, ANF news agency reported.

Sources: kurdpress.com | rudaw.net | firatnews.com | ekurd.net | Agencies

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