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France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Barzani clan
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France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Barzani clan
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According to reports, France struck targets in or around Raqqa, a strategic location on the Syrian oil pipeline route and supposedly the Islamic Caliphate’s capital in Syria in response to the Friday, November 13 happenings in Paris.

Quote:“France has been bombing Islamic State positions in Iraq and Syria for months ..., French jets on Sunday launched their biggest raids in Syria to date, hitting its stronghold in Raqqa.” (Reuters)

The Reuters statement is slightly misleading.

France had only struck targets in Syria a total of three times prior to November 13, with two of those attacks supposedly targeting training facilities. RFI English, Nov. 9, 2015

The third attack on Nov. 8 had little to do with “ISIS.” It was designed to further cripple the nationalized Syrian oil industry. That attack took place on Sunday, five days prior to the Paris Attacks.


Quote:"On Sunday, France announced it had bombed an oil supply center held by ISIS near Deir Ezzor in Syria. “We intervened in Syria… yesterday evening with a strike on an oil supply center near Deir Ezzor on the border between Iraq and Syria,” French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Monday.

"The Syrian Army, backed up Russian airstrikes, have made significant progress taking back the Deir Ezzor province from the Islamic State and al-Nusra.

"The city of Deir Ezzor is Syria’s sixth-largest city and the country’s oil capital. Destroying oil infrastructure there will seriously cripple the Syrian economy and the government’s war against U.S. and Gulf Emirate backed mercenaries."
MINA, Nov. 9, 2015


So as you can see, France has already been engaged in the Western regime change operation in Syria via military actions. And they targeted an area which had already been nearly cleared of “ISIS” and al-Nusra by the Russians and Syrians. They targeted oil production facilities.

Regarding plans for continued aggression, they announced well before the Paris attacks that they were sending their one aircraft carrier to Syria in order to launch strikes in the country. All they needed was a PR boon like the Paris attacks to get the general public behind the operation.

With regard to these latest French airstrikes, CNN reported they are largely symbolic, designed for “internal consumption within France.”

Raqqa is such an important link in the oil infrastructure of Syria, the Western powers looking to destabilize the country have set up a propaganda outlet, supposedly in Raqqa (but more likely in London like the SOHR is) to “tell the story” of the evil “ISIS” occupation.


Here’s a map of the “ISIS” oil pipeline process from Financial Times published in Oct. of this year.
http://i.imgur.com/ya5Y9U7.png

The accompanying FT article explains how “ISIS” captures these oil fields in Syria and then uses “independent contractors” to haul them via tanker trucks to Iraq where the oil stolen from the Syrian people is then sold to international buyers waiting to take ownership of it at reduced rates.

It’s a very interesting article that paints a somewhat clear picture of the oil theft aspect of Obama’s Syrian regime change operation. What it doesn’t mention is the fact that in 2013 the EU took direct action to make legal the purchase of this stolen oil from “ISIS.”

What they also don’t tell you is who owns these “independent” traders who buy up this stuff.


The Financial Times does however expose one aspect of all of this that I thought you should take notice of… and that is, who exactly runs these facilities once “ISIS” takes control of them?

Quote:“Most oil fields in the area are aging and despite the group’s efforts to recruit skilled workers, it does not have the technology or equipment needed to maintain them. Even so, they continue to provide Isis with its most lucrative income stream.” Financial Times

A detailed accounting of the various customers for stolen Syrian oil can be found at Oilprice.com HERE. Yes, there are probably some businesses in Syria buying the stolen oil at greatly reduced prices, but if you follow the oil trail back into northern Iraq, you’ll find the biggest single purchaser of this liquid loot to be… the Kurds.

Yes, the Kurds of the Barzani clan, who have been looting their own Iraqi Kurdistan oil business for decades, also happen to be the main customer of “ISIS” oil. Those self-same Kurds who Obama praises for their fight against “ISIS” and who are currently ethnically cleansing areas in Iraq and Syria so they can set up Greater Kurdistan, just happen to be the biggest winner in the “ISIS” Oil Lottery.

What do Barzani and the Kurds do with the “ISIS” oil? Well... they sell it to Israel of course, on the cheap and off the books.

Israel has bought as much as three-quarters of its oil from Iraqi Kurdistan in recent months, the Financial Times reported Sunday.

According to the report, which cited shipping data, trading sources and satellite tanker tracking, Israeli refineries and oil firms have imported more than 19 million barrels of Kurdish oil over the course of three months, from the beginning of May to August 11.

Quote:The sales are reportedly worth $1 billion, which would prove a vital source of income to Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish north as it fights Islamic State militants. More than a third of all northern Iraqi oil exports, shipped from the Turkish port of Ceyhan, are said to have gone to Israel during that time. Haaretz
[The FT article Haaretz links to is behind their firewall, but can be read here:
http://en.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/a...oryid=2906 ]

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The above post is condensed and edited from
“After Paris Attacks, France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure While Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds”
Posted on November 16, 2015 by willyloman/Scott Creighton
HERE:
https://willyloman.wordpress.com/2015/11...-isis-oil/
(This post was last modified: 11-17-2015 07:59 PM by MESSENGER.)

The Evil AC
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11-17-2015 04:43 PM

 



Post: #2
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
Paris bombings have really brought out the raving anti semites. Now turning their bile towards oppressed Kurds.



http://ig.ft.com/sites/2015/isis-oil/

[Image: main-map-m-1210.jpg]


Though many believe that Isis relies on exports for its oil revenue, it profits from its captive markets closer to home in the rebel-held territories of northern Syria and in its self-proclaimed “caliphate”, which straddles the border between Syria and Iraq.

The group sells most of its crude directly to independent traders at the oil fields. In a highly organised system, Syrian and Iraqi buyers queue in their tankers at the entrances to fields, often waiting for weeks.

In Isis-controlled Iraqi cities like Mosul, the fuel is sold at mini “petrol stations” with two pumps.

Most of the smuggling from the Syrian side has gone through opposition areas in the northwest. Locals buy fuel at the market, pour it into jerry cans and carry it over the border on foot or, in mountainous areas, by donkey or on horseback.

In Iraq, the bulk of smuggling through the northern Kurdistan region has been blocked, so locals say the route now goes south through Anbar province towards Jordan.
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Post: #3
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
Bic  Wrote: (11-17-2015 04:26 PM)
According to reports, France struck targets in or around Raqqa, a strategic location on the Syrian oil pipeline route and supposedly the Islamic Caliphate’s capital in Syria in response to the Friday, November 13 happenings in Paris.

Quote:“France has been bombing Islamic State positions in Iraq and Syria for months ..., French jets on Sunday launched their biggest raids in Syria to date, hitting its stronghold in Raqqa.” (Reuters)

The Reuters statement is slightly misleading.

France had only struck targets in Syria a total of three times prior to November 13, with two of those attacks supposedly targeting training facilities. RFI English, Nov. 9, 2015

The third attack on Nov. 8 had little to do with “ISIS.” It was designed to further cripple the nationalized Syrian oil industry. That attack took place on Sunday, five days prior to the Paris Attacks.


Quote:"On Sunday, France announced it had bombed an oil supply center held by ISIS near Deir Ezzor in Syria. “We intervened in Syria… yesterday evening with a strike on an oil supply center near Deir Ezzor on the border between Iraq and Syria,” French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Monday.

"The Syrian Army, backed up Russian airstrikes, have made significant progress taking back the Deir Ezzor province from the Islamic State and al-Nusra.

"The city of Deir Ezzor is Syria’s sixth-largest city and the country’s oil capital. Destroying oil infrastructure there will seriously cripple the Syrian economy and the government’s war against U.S. and Gulf Emirate backed mercenaries."
MINA, Nov. 9, 2015


So as you can see, France has already been engaged in the Western regime change operation in Syria via military actions. And they targeted an area which had already been nearly cleared of “ISIS” and al-Nusra by the Russians and Syrians. They targeted oil production facilities.

Regarding plans for continued aggression, they announced well before the Paris attacks that they were sending their one aircraft carrier to Syria in order to launch strikes in the country. All they needed was a PR boon like the Paris attacks to get the general public behind the operation.

With regard to these latest French airstrikes, CNN reported they are largely symbolic, designed for “internal consumption within France.”

Raqqa is such an important link in the oil infrastructure of Syria, the Western powers looking to destabilize the country have set up a propaganda outlet, supposedly in Raqqa (but more likely in London like the SOHR is) to “tell the story” of the evil “ISIS” occupation.


Here’s a map of the “ISIS” oil pipeline process from Financial Times published in Oct. of this year.
http://i.imgur.com/ya5Y9U7.png

The accompanying FT article explains how “ISIS” captures these oil fields in Syria and then uses “independent contractors” to haul them via tanker trucks to Iraq where the oil stolen from the Syrian people is then sold to international buyers waiting to take ownership of it at reduced rates.

It’s a very interesting article that paints a somewhat clear picture of the oil theft aspect of Obama’s Syrian regime change operation. What it doesn’t mention is the fact that in 2013 the EU took direct action to make legal the purchase of this stolen oil from “ISIS.”

What they also don’t tell you is who owns these “independent” traders who buy up this stuff.


The Financial Times does however expose one aspect of all of this that I thought you should take notice of… and that is, who exactly runs these facilities once “ISIS” takes control of them?

Quote:“Most oil fields in the area are aging and despite the group’s efforts to recruit skilled workers, it does not have the technology or equipment needed to maintain them. Even so, they continue to provide Isis with its most lucrative income stream.” Financial Times

A detailed accounting of the various customers for stolen Syrian oil can be found at Oilprice.com HERE. Yes, there are probably some businesses in Syria buying the stolen oil at greatly reduced prices, but if you follow the oil trail back into northern Iraq, you’ll find the biggest single purchaser of this liquid loot to be… the Kurds.

Yes, the Kurds of the Barzani clan, who have been looting their own Iraqi Kurdistan oil business for decades, also happen to be the main customer of “ISIS” oil. Those self-same Kurds who Obama praises for their fight against “ISIS” and who are currently ethnically cleansing areas in Iraq and Syria so they can set up Greater Kurdistan, just happen to be the biggest winner in the “ISIS” Oil Lottery.

What do Barzani and the Kurds do with the “ISIS” oil? Well... they sell it to Israel of course, on the cheap and off the books.

Israel has bought as much as three-quarters of its oil from Iraqi Kurdistan in recent months, the Financial Times reported Sunday.

According to the report, which cited shipping data, trading sources and satellite tanker tracking, Israeli refineries and oil firms have imported more than 19 million barrels of Kurdish oil over the course of three months, from the beginning of May to August 11.

Quote:The sales are reportedly worth $1 billion, which would prove a vital source of income to Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish north as it fights Islamic State militants. More than a third of all northern Iraqi oil exports, shipped from the Turkish port of Ceyhan, are said to have gone to Israel during that time. Haaretz
[The FT article Haaretz links to is behind their firewall, but can be read here:
http://en.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/a...oryid=2906 ]

---
The above post is condensed and edited from
“After Paris Attacks, France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure While Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds”
Posted on November 16, 2015 by willyloman/Scott Creighton
HERE:
https://willyloman.wordpress.com/2015/11...-isis-oil/


I assure you, Israel is buying oil from Kurds while wishing their foot soldiers aka ISIS could steal more oil to give to Israel

Isis is not doing a good enough job, so Israel is being forced to buy oil (gasp) from the Kurds

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
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Post: #4
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
The oil production Kurds have seized is helping arm and train Kurds

It's very important to our freedom, obviously

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
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RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
The Evil AC  Wrote: (11-17-2015 04:43 PM)
Paris bombings have really brought out the raving anti semites. Now turning their bile towards oppressed Kurds.



http://ig.ft.com/sites/2015/isis-oil/

[Image: main-map-m-1210.jpg]


Though many believe that Isis relies on exports for its oil revenue, it profits from its captive markets closer to home in the rebel-held territories of northern Syria and in its self-proclaimed “caliphate”, which straddles the border between Syria and Iraq.

The group sells most of its crude directly to independent traders at the oil fields. In a highly organised system, Syrian and Iraqi buyers queue in their tankers at the entrances to fields, often waiting for weeks.

In Isis-controlled Iraqi cities like Mosul, the fuel is sold at mini “petrol stations” with two pumps.

Most of the smuggling from the Syrian side has gone through opposition areas in the northwest. Locals buy fuel at the market, pour it into jerry cans and carry it over the border on foot or, in mountainous areas, by donkey or on horseback.

In Iraq, the bulk of smuggling through the northern Kurdistan region has been blocked, so locals say the route now goes south through Anbar province towards Jordan.

You post anon while logged in instead of letting readers see which registered user at LOP is posting (e.g., "who you are").

You start with an ad hominum attack.
Quote: ad hominem (adj.)
Appealing to personal considerations rather than to logic or reason.

Then you post a useless map (no text labels).

Then you copy and paste cherry pick from the link, adding no comment or reasoning of your own.

FAIL.
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Post: #6
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
You've most likely read this already, but posting it for those who may not have seen it:

--Putin claims 40 Countries fund ISIS including some Members from G20--

“I’ve shown our colleagues photos taken from space and from aircraft which clearly demonstrate the scale of the illegal trade in oil and petroleum products. The motorcade of re-fuelling vehicles stretched for dozens of kilometers, so that from a height of 4,000 to 5,000 meters they stretch beyond the horizon,”- Putin

The Islamic State makes about $50 million a month from selling crude from captured oilfields in Iraq and Syria, according to Iraqi intelligence and U.S. officials.

A report by Business Insider said: “Oil sales — the extremists’ largest single source of continual income — are a key reason they have been able to maintain their rule over their self-declared “caliphate” stretching across large parts of Syria and Iraq."

http://en.mercopress.com/2015/11/17/puti...s-from-g20

Now we know where a good portion of it's going, and in whose interests it is to keep it coming.
Not surprised. At all.
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Post: #7
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
Bic  Wrote: (11-17-2015 05:00 PM)
You start with an ad hominum attack.
Quote: ad hominem (adj.)
Appealing to personal considerations rather than to logic or reason.

Isn't that the current MO of most of the forum posters?
Personal/emotional considerations galore. Logic and reason? That's for the trolls.
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Post: #8
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
Araa  Wrote: (11-17-2015 04:56 PM)
The oil production Kurds have seized is helping arm and train Kurds

It's very important to our freedom, obviously

OK, but this post is about trading in oil stolen from the Syrian people (or government).

You seem to be saying that's justified by a quest for "freedom."

Here is part of the article I didn't include in my post because I thought it would add another level of complexity:

Quote:Yes, the Kurds of the Barzani clan, who have been looting their own Iraqi Kurdistan oil business for decades, also happen to be the main customer of “ISIS” oil. Those self-same Kurds who Obama praises for their fight against “ISIS” and who are currently ethnically cleansing areas in Iraq and Syria so they can set up Greater Kurdistan, just happen to be the biggest winner in the “ISIS” Oil Lottery.

[...]

If you take this one step further one might start to understand that “ISIS” and the Kurds are one and the same.

I'm not sure what he meant by that.


edit: Added link to the article (Same as given in the op.)
(This post was last modified: 11-17-2015 05:42 PM by MESSENGER.)
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Post: #9
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
Bic  Wrote: (11-17-2015 05:37 PM)
Araa  Wrote: (11-17-2015 04:56 PM)
The oil production Kurds have seized is helping arm and train Kurds

It's very important to our freedom, obviously

OK, but this post is about trading in oil stolen from the Syrian people (or government).

You seem to be saying that's justified by a quest for "freedom."

Here is part of the article I didn't include in my post because I thought it would add another level of complexity:

Quote:Yes, the Kurds of the Barzani clan, who have been looting their own Iraqi Kurdistan oil business for decades, also happen to be the main customer of “ISIS” oil. Those self-same Kurds who Obama praises for their fight against “ISIS” and who are currently ethnically cleansing areas in Iraq and Syria so they can set up Greater Kurdistan, just happen to be the biggest winner in the “ISIS” Oil Lottery.

[...]

If you take this one step further one might start to understand that “ISIS” and the Kurds are one and the same.

I'm not sure what he meant by that.


edit: Added link to the article (Same as given in the op.)



I'm saying Kurds have no love for Assad, who has robbed them of their basic human rights for years..

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
(This post was last modified: 11-17-2015 05:55 PM by Araa.)
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Post: #10
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
Bic  Wrote: (11-17-2015 05:37 PM)
Araa  Wrote: (11-17-2015 04:56 PM)
The oil production Kurds have seized is helping arm and train Kurds

It's very important to our freedom, obviously

OK, but this post is about trading in oil stolen from the Syrian people (or government).

You seem to be saying that's justified by a quest for "freedom."

Here is part of the article I didn't include in my post because I thought it would add another level of complexity:

Quote:Yes, the Kurds of the Barzani clan, who have been looting their own Iraqi Kurdistan oil business for decades, also happen to be the main customer of “ISIS” oil. Those self-same Kurds who Obama praises for their fight against “ISIS” and who are currently ethnically cleansing areas in Iraq and Syria so they can set up Greater Kurdistan, just happen to be the biggest winner in the “ISIS” Oil Lottery.

[...]

If you take this one step further one might start to understand that “ISIS” and the Kurds are one and the same.

I'm not sure what he meant by that.


edit: Added link to the article (Same as given in the op.)



They love to bring that up

They put 1,000s of refugee camps INSIDE KURDISTAN IN THAT REGION

AND NOW, millions of other persecuted minority groups are running Kurds OFF THEIR OWN LAND

That's what's causing that ethnic strife

Google refugee camps in Kurdistan

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnew...Kurds.html

Wasn't until this conflict started THAT ASSAD FINALLY GRANTED THEM CITIZENSHIP TO THE LAND AND COUNTRY THEYVE BEEN LIVING ON FOR 1,000s of years

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
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Post: #12
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
I know you think because Assad is secular, he's a great guy, but that's not so

He is an Arab supremists, and has humiliated, and denied Kurdish Syrian civilians EVERY RIGHT OTHER CITIZENS HAVE IN SYRIA

THE KURDS WERE PERSECUTED, AND COULDNT EVEN PETITITON A COURT, BECAUSE THEY WERENT CONSIDERED CITIZENS

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
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Post: #13
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
The battle is between Semites, and non Semites

Ok

THIS IS ASSADS AND HIS DADS LEGACY WITH THE KURDS


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabization


According to Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and Human Rights Watch, successive Syrian governments continued to adopt a policy of ethnic discrimination and national persecution against Kurds, completely depriving them of their national, democratic and human rights. Syrian governments imposed ethnically-based programs, regulations and exclusionary measures on various aspects of Kurds’ lives – political, economic, social and cultural – among which are the following:[17][18]

On 1962 the Syrian authorities in Hasaka randomly stripped tens of thousands of Kurdish families (more than 120,000 Kurds[19]) of their Syrian nationality. A census was implemented exclusively in Hasaka province for a period of just 24 hours only, and as a result tens of thousands of Syrian citizens of Kurdish origins lost their nationality and found themselves deprived of their citizenship. The census prevented all those affected by it from exercising all the natural rights that are based on citizenship – civil, social, political, cultural and economic – from exercising their right to work, to employment, to education, travel, the right to own a property and use agricultural land and from living normal lives.[17][18]
In 1973 in the province of Hasaka, the Syrian authorities confiscated an area of fertile agricultural land owned and cultivated by tens of thousands of Kurdish citizens and gave it to Arab families brought in from the provinces of Aleppo and Ar-Raqqa. The National Leadership Bureau of the ruling Baath Party issued orders to establish 41 settlement centers in these areas, in order to change the demographic composition of these areas by evicting and displacing the Kurdish inhabitants.

On 2007, Syrian authorities in the Agricultural Association in Malikiyah, Hasaka province, signed contracts granting 150 Arab families from the Shaddadi region, Hasaka province, about six thousand square kilometers in Malikiyah. At the same time, it evicted tens of thousands of Kurdish people from these villages, and forcing them to move to other areas inside and outside of Syria in search of a decent living.[17][18]
In 1967, all references to Kurds in Syria were removed from geography curriculum books, and many Kurdish citizens were subject to pressure from the staff of the Civil Registry Departments to not give their children Kurdish names.[17][18]
On 1986, the governor of Hasaka issued a Resolution which prohibits the use of the Kurdish language in the workplace.

In 1989, the governor of Hasaka, Mohammed Mustafa Miro, issued another resolution to re-confirm this ban on speaking Kurdish and added to it a prohibition on non-Arabic songs at weddings and holidays.[17][18]
In the 1960s, Syrian authorities planned to change the original Kurdish names of scores of villages in Hasakeh governorate in the northeast and in the Kurdish area in Kurd Dagh, in the northwest near Afrin in the governorate of Aleppo, and began to implement it in the 1970s. In Afrin the place names of all Kurdish villages have been changed to Arabic. Some of the names which had been changed to Arabic are: Kobaniya (now Ain al-Arab), Girdeem (Sa`diyya), Chilara (Jowadiyya), Derunakoling (Deir Ayoub), and BaniQasri (Ain Khadra).[18]

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
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Post: #14
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
Israel IS WORKING WITH THE ARABS, TO KICK THE INDOGENOUS NON SEMTITIC PEOPLE OUT OF THEMIDDLE EAST

WERE INDO EUROPEAN, AND THE SEMTIC PEOPLE WANT THE ENTIRE REGION

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
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Post: #15
RE: France Bombs Syrian Oil Infrastructure while Israel Buys “ISIS” Oil from Kurds
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-598845-...id11422564

Lots of history in this post, in the front of the post I even show you how the Arabs and Israel PLOTTED TOGETHER TO CREATE THE STATE OF ISRAEL

IF YOU WANT THE TRUTH, LOOK THRU THAT WHOLE THREAD

You don't strike me as a zionist, but, you appear as one right now

"Kurds have no friends"

"To have a mud hut here (Kurdistan) is better than a palace made from gold and marble on the Arabian gulf"
- - most widely used Kurdish proverbs- - -
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