On Saturday morning, the Arab press focused on Turkish-Russian messages in Syria, in addition to the Libyan situation, and Turkish arms in Algeria.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: "exchange of messages" in northern Syria between Russia and Turkey
The Arab newspapers published this morning on the Syrian issue dealt with several topics, the most prominent of which were the Russian-Turkish differences. In this context, Al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper said: "A series of military events took place in northeastern and northwestern Syria in the past two days, which showed the existence of" exchange of messages "between the two Russian and Turkish armies.
"A source in the (Syrian opposition) said that warplanes believed to belong to the International Coalition launched raids on" Iranian sites "in the countryside of Deir-ez-Zor, east of the Euphrates, at a time when the" Syrian Observatory for Human Rights "reported that" violent explosions hit areas of influence Iranian forces and loyal militias near the Iraqi border.
Meanwhile, the newspaper quoted Hawar news agency ANHA as saying that a Russian point in northwestern al-Hasakah had been bombed by an unidentified drone is believed belonging to Turkey; As a result, a number of Russian soldiers were wounded. This came after a Russian bombing in the city of al-Bab, which is controlled by Turkey's mercenaries.
Politically, Moscow reported a telephone conversation between Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Verchinin and UN special envoy Geir- Pedersen, which dealt with "advancing the political process from the Syrians themselves with the support of the United Nations, in accordance with Resolution 2,254."
In addition, a prominent businessman affiliated with Iran, Muhammad Hamsho, announced his withdrawal in a sudden manner from the People's Assembly (Parliament) elections that begin tomorrow.
Al-Bayan: Turkey defies the international will and leads the crowds towards Sirte
On the Libyan issue, Al-Bayan newspaper said: " Accord militia mobilized more forces towards the Libyan city of Sirte, with a continuous movement of Turkish forces through drones, in indications of an attack that is being prepared."
And military sources revealed to the "Al-Bayan" about the high frequency of military threats west of the city of Sirte, where the center of the country is witnessing a large movement of Turkish drones.
The sources said that military reinforcements, in succession, reached the formations of Accord, led by Turkey, to al-Qudahiyah and Buqrin areas, in preparation for the attack on Sirte and Jafra, and yesterday, for the second day in a row, a Turkish cargo plane landed at al-Wattia air base south of the capital, Tripoli. The Libyan National Army spokesman, Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, stressed that the army and all the military units are fully prepared to repel any attack by the Turks and their allies.
Al-Arab: The Brotherhood “Hamas” plays the role of the Turkish arm in Algeria
Regarding the Turkish interference in the Arab countries, the Al-Arab newspaper said: "The Algerian brothers do not shy away from the opposite direction of the official positions of the country when it comes to reference and ideological issues, which re-raises the issue of loyalty and interests in sensitive files. While the country's leadership stands neutral in the Libyan crisis, why They refuse to bless the recovery of the initiative of the reconciliation government, and they praised the Turkish role in appearing to be an arm of Ankara within Algeria and not an Algerian party.
And the Muslim Brotherhood Movement (Hamas) blessed, on more than one occasion, by its president, Abdul Razzaq Maqri, what it called "field victories that have been achieved by Accord government."
And unlike other Islamic parties that maintain their positions, in order to maintain harmony with the official positions of the state, the "Hamas" movement did not refrain from expressing its position since the beginning of the recent field developments in Libya, and blessed the alliance concluded between al- Saraj government and the Turks.
While the movement's leaders emphasize their criticism of the French against the background of historical issues stuck with Algeria, "Hamas" still considers the Ottoman Empire "part of Islamic history and caliphate, and their presence in Algeria over three centuries is a common history between the two peoples and two countries."
Abdul-Razzaq Maqri had vigorously defended the godfather of the new Ottoman, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his visit to Algeria early this year, and he paid in favor of Algerian-Turkish relations despite the failure that surrounded him, in exchange for disapproving voices that opposed Erdogan's reception because of his interventions in the region, especially Syria and Libya.
“Hamas” took advantage of the opportunity of the constitutional document presented for discussing, in order to renew its position calling for changing the army’s role in the future, without hiding its intentions regarding employing the lifting of the ban on its tasks outside the borders, as a help to implement the Turkish agenda in Libya, or to enter into a conflict with Other armies.