BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:25 P.M.) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated on Tuesday that the U.S. is still arming the Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Syria.

According to Erdogan, the U.S. has sent another large batch of trucks carrying arms to the “terrorist group” in northern Syria.

“The United States has sent nearly 19 thousand trucks (loaded with arms) to YPG (Peoples’ Protection Units) and PYD ( Democratic Union Party) in northern Syria. Who will they use these arms against? We demanded to buy weapons from you, and you rejected. However, you are giving those arms to terrorist organisations,” Erdogan said, as quoted by T24 News.

Erdogan has made these allegations against the U.S. military on a number of occasions in the past and he often does once he has a tiff with Washington over another issue.

The YPG is the Syrian offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), who is currently outlawed and labeled a terrorist group by the Turkish government.

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Karel Vd Geest

Or regular turkish soldiers.

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The only technically active terrorist still left in Syria are all Turkish proxies…

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Karel Vd Geest

It is up to the US to whom they give or sell arms. Not up to a tin pot small dictator of a rather insignificant economically collapsing local minipower.

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Well Doggie is right in naming Kurds as terrorists as they are behaving like his terrorists. All these anti government terror groups abuse the civilians, kill civilians, tax civilian, loot civilians, arrest civilians, steal property from civilians, and they all claim to own Syrian land. They are all funded, armed, and trained by various foreign governments. They have all took part in genocide and they all suck.

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The number one terrorist organization in Syria is the American Crusaders. Number two terrorist organization is Israel. Number three terrorist organization is Russia/Saa. Facts!!!

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johnny was

chief executive terrorist in syria is assad