Aids to Kobani not enough, Turkey follows dual policy: Salih Muslim
The leader of Syria pro-Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) Salih Muslim said the amount of aids have been sent to the Kurdish besieged city of Kobani are not enough.

Speaking with al-Sharq al-Awsat, Muslim said the Kurdish forces of People Defense Units (YPG), armed branch of PYD, need more help to defeat the militants of the Islamic State (IS), adding that anti-IS coalition bombings against the radical group are not enough to defeat the jihadists.

He further lashed out at Turkey for following a dual policy towards Syrian Kurds and reiterated Turkish officials and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in particular, are following a dual policy and do not do what they claim, asking Ankara to “end its Kurd-phobia policy.”

He stressed Kurds have stopped following their wish to have an independent state and do not intend to change borders but still protect their sectarian relations.

He further asked Syria opposition groups to change policy and being under Turkey sovereignty and choose Kurdish regions for their political activities.

News Code: 8685  |  Date: 2014/10/25  |  Time: 8 : 43

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