Abdi: IS' defeat started from Kobani

Khalil Abdi said that the beginning of IS' defeat was launched from Kobani, and by virtue of SDF, IS which is considered a great danger on the whole world has been imminent of eradication in Deir-ez-Zor east of Syria.


Our agency, Hawar news agency (ANHA) interviewed the Kurdish writer Dr. Khalil Abdi in Kobani canton where he pointed out that IS nears the total defeat, and added" IS' mercenaries launched brutal attacks against Kobani canton, but the fighters of the People and Women Protection Units (YPG, YPJ) fought fiercely to repel IS' attacks. On 26 January 2015, Kobani city was liberated from IS.

"The Turkish state sent IS' mercenaries secretly to Kobani, and they committed mass murder against 300 civilians. IS received training in Turkey and then sent them to Kobani. This happened in front of the world's sight. The world knew that IS' mercenaries wanted to spread chaos and destroy the security witnessed in the area. IS tried to destabilize the security in Girê Spî / Tel-Abyed, al-Raqqa and Manbij, but after being defeated in its recent pockets of Deir ez-Zor, the Turkish state has been threatening the north and east regions of Syria of occupation.

Buffer zone must be established at the Turkish side

Khalil Abdi referred to the Turkish proclamations to establish a buffer zone. He added, "The Turkish state has no right to establish a buffer zone, so it has no right to talk about security because it wants to undermine the security in the north and east of Syria. In addition, it is necessary to talk about security and safety in the Turkish side because the Turkish state has arrested thousands of Kurdish politicians in Bakur (North Kurdistan).

Kurdish unity is an urgent necessity

At the end of his speech, the Kurdish doctor and writer Khalil Abdi said, "To protect their land from the occupation, the Kurds sacrificed their children and still sacrificing them, but at a time like this, the Kurds must unite against the occupying Turkish state and not allow their land to be occupied."




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