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Anti-ISIS Coalition Too Busy Defeating Themselves to Defeat ISIS

Saturday, January 7, 2017 6:35
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by James Holbrooks, Underground Reporter:

As Iraqi military forces were beginning their initial push into Mosul on Tuesday, theWashington Post was reporting that U.S. defense officials are working to overcome serious roadblocks in the way of a successful campaign to eject ISIS militants from Raqqa — the capital, in northern Syria, of ISIS’ self-proclaimed caliphate.

And those issues, according to the Post’s anonymous government sources, center largely on the continuing friction between Turkey and the Syrian Kurds.

“More ominously,” writes the Post, in reference to interviews with defense officials, “they cite the explosive dynamics between two allies: Turkey and Syrian Kurdish fighters, who form the bulk of the existing offensive force.”

That “existing offensive force” is the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), and those “Syrian Kurdish fighters”come from the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG).

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