BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:40 P.M.) – A new map released by Hezbollah’s media wing showed the potential Turkish military attack points east of the Euphrates.

As shown in the map above, the Turkish military will focus on four border towns that are currently under the control of the Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG) and Syrian Democratic Forces.

The four towns highlighted in the map are the following (from west to east):

  • Kobane (read as ‘Ayn Al-‘Arab)
  • Tal Al-Abyad
  • Salouk
  • Ras Al-‘Ayn

The Turkish military has been conducting several reconnaissance flights over these towns as of recent, prompting many to suspect these to be their targets.

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Kurds time is up to wake up and get together with the Syrian Government. How they can be so blind? Gringos would not start war with the second biggest NATO army member. Hello, Kurds, wake up or the Sultan would not rest in peace until he destroys you all…

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i love kurdish pussssy