The Wall Will Fall

Crossing the Euphrates, Darah Qawzak bridge. Every inch of Syria returning to Syria. This area that we drove through had, at one time, been under control of ISIS.

Euphrates. (Photo: Vanessa Beeley)

In early 2015, unhindered by ISIS, Turkey removed the tomb of Shah Suleyman from this area to a new site in Syria close to the border with Turkey, west of Ayn Al Arab (Kobane). The Turkish government claimed the relocation was temporary. 40 Turkish soldiers were evacuated at the same time.

Journalist, Brandon Turbeville wrote about this Turkish incursion at the time:

“Turkey has now officially proven that Israel and the United States are not the only nations that can brazenly violate the sovereignty of other countries, Syria in particular, without fear of reprisal due to NATO support and a blatant culture of aggression.

The Turkish invasion of Syrian soil on February 22 under the guise of protecting…

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