Network: Kurds are playing a key role in Syria revolution success
Beirut, November 17 (Rn) - The network "CBS" News in a report presented by the U.S. on Thursday that the Kurds in Syria are playing a key role in the success of the revolution in Syria.
The network said that "the Syrian Kurds have joined the revolt against al-Assad, however thwarted their attempts to secure adequate representation in the National Council Syrian opposition in exile in Turkey."
And saw the news network that "the Syrian Council if he could win the loyalty of the Kurds, it will bring a lot of support at home."
She explained that the "Syrian Kurds make up between 15 and 20 per cent of the total population of Syria and spread everywhere in Syria, in spite of a presence is concentrated in the north and north-east of the country."
The U.S. news network says that "the Baathist regime issued Kurdish territory, and the Kurds are routinely intimidated when they are occasions of national revival."
According to the network, the Kurds remain cautious with their handling of the opposition because of his declaration to maintain the Arab identity of the state, the Kurds feel that they are deceived by their allocation of four seats out of 29.
And the movement of the network representative of the Kurdish Democratic Party in Syria in Britain Anwar Yusuf as saying "I believe that Turkey is playing a negative role with the Syrian National Council in terms of the Kurdish issue."
"The Kurds are afraid of the close relationship between Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Muslim Brotherhood who have a significant influence on the Syrian opposition."
The Network believes that "the Turkish intervention in the affairs of the Syrian National Council is a high probability because of Kurdish separatism," noting that "Erdogan sympathize with the Palestinians or any people calling him, but the situation changes when it comes to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party in Turkey."
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