On Wednesday, realizing that Turkey’s 4-year-old proxy war in Syria and Iraq for Israel has collapsed, Turkish prime minister Binali Yildirim announced that Ankara intends to repair its relation with Damascus and Baghdad which have maintained very close relations with Tehran.
“We will expand the circle of friendship. We have already started doing it,” he said in a televised address.
“We have normalized ties with Israel and Russia. But I am sure that we will return to normal with Syria too,” he added.
“It is our greatest and irrevocable goal: Developing good relations with Syria and Iraq, and all our neighbours that surround the Mediterranean and the Black Sea,” he said.
Turkish military’s former intelligence chief Ismail Hakki Pekin, in a recent interview said: “We have been systematically working to normalize relations between Turkey and Syria for a long time, and came up with an initiative to provide the necessary basis for dialogue between the Turkish and Syrian leadership.”
Syria along with Iran and Lebanese Islamic militia, Hizbullah, is known as AXIS OF RESISTANCE against the Zionist entity.
On Tuesday, Syrian ambassador at United Nations Bashar al-Jaafari urged UNSC members to force the Zionist regime to withdraw its forces from the Golan Heights it occupied in June 1967. He insisted that there will never be peace in the region if the Zionist regime refuses to withdraw to its pre-June 4, 1967 borders.
Israel’s Yinon Plan for the region has failed, and as result relations between Erdogan and Assad will definitely improve in order to fulfill Turkey’s regional ambitions. Erdogan will kiss the hand he tried to break.
On May 3, Robert Satloff, executive director of Israeli Lobby WINEP in an Op-Ed at the Washington Post compared Bashar al-Assad with Hitler and Syrian Army with Nazi Army, even though Syrian Army doesn’t have 150, 000 Syrian Jewish soldiers within it like the Nazi Army.