The Asayish forces (Kurdish police) have turned their attention to the Qamishli Airport that is controlled by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) after ongoing clashes with the Arab tribes in the National Defense Forces (NDF).

According to local sources, the Asayish have indiscriminately shelled several neighborhoods inside the city, causing damage to the Qamishli National Hospital.

While the Asayish attempt to capture the airport, the NDF and Assyrian forces (Sootooro and Hamiya Al-Jazeerah) launched a counter-attack inside the city, capturing several sites from the Kurdish forces.

The NDF and Assyrian Forces have captured Al-Shabab City, Al-Zhour Roundabout, Al-Ba’ath Bakery, Al-‘Awijah Checkpoint, Al-Wahda Checkpoint, and the Hadaya Hotel.

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and People’s Protection Units (YPG) have been deployed to the city in order to restore the peace; however, all ceasefires have failed up to this point.

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3AM
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3AM
2016-04-21 19:40

You see Putin never makes mistakes and specially in supporting Kurds. Russian media are silent. Scumbags have been emboldened by American and Russian public support. Now they are opening a new front on US orders to stretch SAA resources and start the process of partitioning the country.

German
German
2016-04-21 20:16
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But Turkey will never accept a kurdish country. Then Turkey will work together with Assad.

Benfatto
Benfatto
2016-04-22 01:56
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Could be. Or it could just be an out of control argument between soldiers of the two factions. After all these are volunteers, not regular army.

Jan
Jan
2016-04-21 19:25

@zaliin see?

KRD
KRD
2016-04-22 00:26

Sure it is true 😉 https://t.co/TBddS5ODEN

cyriak Papasissis
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cyriak Papasissis
2016-04-22 02:17

Big mistake by the Kurds , too hasty decision by some low level Assayish , I presume. Experienced wise worldly leaders like Saleh Muslim would never succumb to such wrongful tactics

David Larsson
David Larsson
2016-04-22 08:31

Support the YPG and Kurdistan!

asdadasdad
asdadasdad
2016-04-23 20:50

El problema es que los britanicos y franceses dividieron el pais como quisieron y a los kurdos los dividieron en 4, Iraq, Iran, Siria y Turquia. Esa tierra donde estan los kurdos ahora, les pertenece, son el pueblo mas antiguo de esa zona; tienen mas de 4000 años. Y el dictador genocida de Assad deberia de dejar ya las cosas como deberia. Ellos con su tierra y los kurdos con la suya.