Khalid Ali: SDF does not represent the Kurds in Syrian Kurdistan

Khalid Ali: SDF does not represent the Kurds in Syrian Kurdistan

Apr 09 2023

ARK News… The media office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria in the Kurdistan Region confirmed that the Syrian Democratic Forces "QSD" is part of the political components of Syrian Kurdistan, and does not represent all the Kurds in it, because it was established according to an agreement signed between the Syrian regime's intelligence and the leaders of Qandil "PKK in the city of Sulaimaniyah under the auspices of the late Mam Jalal Talabani.

In an interview with Kurdistan 24 channel, Khalid Ali, a media official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria in the Kurdistan Region, said: "At the start of the Syrian revolution in 2011, the Syrian regime needed someone to look after it in the Kurdish regions, strike the Kurdish revolutionaries with an iron fist, and protect the interests of the Syrian regime." In them, the PKK was ready for the task.

He added: "According to the documents, the agreement between the Syrian regime and the leaders of Qandil (PKK) took place in the city of Sulaimaniyah under the auspices of the late Mam Jalal Talabani, and after the agreement, the People's Protection Forces (YPG) were established to implement the terms of the agreement between Qandil and the Syrian regime."

Khalid Ali confirmed that the PKK succeeded in achieving the goals of the Syrian regime in Syrian Kurdistan in general, and in particular striking the Kurdish revolution and keeping it away from the path of the Syrian revolution, committing massacres and assassinating Kurdish leaders and politicians.

The media office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria in the Kurdistan Region added: Three years after the start of the Syrian revolution, ISIS appeared, and this terrorist organization had to be fought, and America did not find any force to fight for money other than the YPG, which forms the core of the Syrian Democratic Forces and because the YPG is affiliated with the PKK and constitutes the basic nucleus of the force that will be established to fight ISIS, many countries have reservations about supporting it, so a mixture of the components of the region was established under the name of "Syrian Democratic Forces".

He stressed: There is no importance to the Kurdish issue for the Democratic Union Party (PYD), even in a meeting with Ali Mamlouk, Bashar al-Assad’s special adviser for security affairs and director of the National Security Office of the Syrian regime since 2012, PYD confirmed that the Kurdish issue and anything related to the Kurds do not concern him, but unfortunately many Kurdish political parties in Syrian Kurdistan impose the character of Kurds on it.

The media office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria in the Kurdistan Region revealed that until now the biggest dream of the SDF is to become part of the Syrian regime forces, but the Syrian regime does not recognize the SDF and stresses the implementation of the agreement that was signed in the city of Sulaimaniyah with the leaders of Qandil.

He added, "One of the main goals of the dialogue between the Kurdish National Council in Syria and the Kurdish National Unity Parties was to form a representation for all the Kurds in Syria at the regional and international levels.

Khalid Ali said about the impact of the intervention of the PKK, QSD, and all of Qandil's arms in the affairs of the Kurdistan Region: "These organizations are fighting the Kurdistan Region entity, which is considered the protector of Kurdistan's national security in other parts of Kurdistan, and the liberation of the city of Kobani from ISIS by the Kurdistan Peshmerga forces is a good example."

He added: Instead of the SDF's contribution to protecting the Kurdish edifice, the "Kurdistan Region" is working hard to implement the agenda of the enemies of the Kurds, and the presence of the PKK in the city of Şengal is the biggest evidence that this organization is a tool of the enemies to strike the gains of the Kurds in the four parts of Kurdistan.

Khaled Ali concluded his speech by saying: "To protect the security and entity of the Kurdistan Region, it requires all Kurdish parties in other parts of Kurdistan to contribute to protecting the security and entity of the Kurdistan Region, and not to interfere in the internal affairs of the Kurdistan Region."

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