Manal Hasko: The threat of the PYD and QSD to the Kurdistan Region confirms that they are part of the conspiracy against the Kurds

Manal Hasko: The threat of the PYD and QSD to the Kurdistan Region confirms that they are part of the conspiracy against the Kurds

Aug 03 2021

ARK News… A Kurdish political analyst revealed that the threat of PYD and QSD officials to attack the Kurdistan Region comes at a time when the Kurdistan Region is preparing to contest the elections and work to establish an internal front and build its institutions, at the internal level, and the diplomatic success that the Kurdistan Region has achieved at the regional and international levels.

In an exclusive statement to ARK News, Manal Hasko said that the threats of the leaders of the PYD and QSD to attack the Kurdistan Region are in the interest of the enemies of Kurdistan, and what is noted is that the Iraqi Hezbollah and the Popular Mobilization in conjunction with the PKK attack on the Kurdistan Peshmerga, and the threats of the leaders of the PYD and QSD, are moving to undermine stability in the Kurdistan Region.

Hasko added: In Syrian Kurdistan, the goal of harassment, arbitrary arrests, and killings inside prisons by PYD and QSD militants at the behest of Qandil, against the cadres of the ENKS, especially the PDK-S, is to target the national thought and the national rights of the Kurdish people.

The Kurdish political analyst stressed that the statements of Aldar Khalil and then Mahmoud Rash against the Kurdistan Region and the Peshmerga are an extension of that hostile scheme aimed at blowing up negotiations and covering up their betrayal, in Afrin, Gire Spi, and Seri Kaniye and their failure to secure the most basic rights for the Kurdish people, and that they are part of the conspiracy stitching against the Kurds.

Manal Hasko concluded his speech by saying: Today, more than at any other time, the leadership of the QSD and Mazloum Kobani are required to provide clarifications about such permits. Do they really represent their point of view and are they concerned with that?

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