Dozens of Iraqi Kurdish fighters waiting Friday on the Turkish side of the border a few kilometers from Kobane peshmergas delegation visited the day before to discuss their entry in this Syrian Kurdish city, besieged by the jihadists. Heavily armed, the peshmergas gathered at SuruÃ§, about 10 km from the Syrian border and under the close supervision of the Turkish forces, according to an AFP photographer. The Turkish press believes they would be about 150 venus help Kurdish militia units for the protection of the people (YPG), who defended the town for six weeks against the jihadists of the Islamic State (AR) group. A part of these fighters arrived by road Thursday before dawn to SuruÃ§, where they joined a first wave arrived Wednesday by plane ten of them spent a few hours at Kobane to discuss with the holdings of the arrangements for the entry of men and weapons into the city, according to the Syrian Observatory of the rights of man (OSDH) and pro-Kurdish Firat Agency. The jihadists who are trying to seize the Northern neighborhoods of the city to isolate it by blocking the axis which connects it to the Turkey, violently bombed this area Thursday. The president of the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani explained Thursday that the Kurds of Kobane told him do not need troops combat but rather support forces. But, when conditions on the ground so require and when they (YPG) called for more reinforcement, there’s way to send them more peshmergas, he however added. -’ Flagrant violation’ – fighters free Syrian army (ASL), offshoot of the moderate opposition to the regime of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, are already entered Kobane, but sources differ on their number. Since Istanbul, the head of a unit of the ASL spoke of nearly 400 men. Other sources are 50 to 150 rebels Syrian city, become a symbol of resistance to the EIS. Authorized by the Turkey under pressure from the United States, the passage of these reinforcements arouses the wrath of Damascus, who denounced a flagrant violation of the Syrian sovereignty, after long accused Ankara of supporting the rebels and the jihadists who want to overthrow him. The Syrian conflict, began in March 2011 by pacifist demonstrations were violently suppressed by the regime, has become increasingly complex over the years. The appearance of the EIS in 2013 has further complicated the situation, jihadis fighting both the regime and the moderate rebels. Illustration of these intricacies, the American Secretary of State for Defence acknowledged that the international campaign of strikes air anti-jihadists in Syria, especially on Kobane, could benefit the Assad regime. However, the United States will continue to call for the departure of Bashar al-Assad to the Presidency of his country, assured Chuck Hagel, whose remarks can be read as a criticism veiled Syrian strategy of president Barack Obama. -Americans in Anbar – in the province of Homs (centre), the IC has seized a gas field after three days of fierce fighting with the forces of the regime according to the OSDH. The EIS is, according to Washington, the terrorist organization the best-funded in the world, thanks to oil and gas wells which it seized. On the other hand, the special envoy of the UN for the Syria Staffan De Mistura proposed to establish areas of ceasefire to allow the distribution of humanitarian aid in more than three years of civil war-torn country. In neighbouring Iraq, hundreds of soldiers and pro-Government fighters were preparing to launch an assault on the strategic city of Baiji, held by the IC, according to officers. The objective is to secure the main refinery of the country, but this offensive promises to be difficult for Iraqi forces, who have already suffered several setbacks in their attempts to regain ground against the jihadists, particularly in Anbar province (West), controlled almost entirely by the IC. The Pentagon also estimated Thursday that U.S. military advisers were needed in this province. Hundreds of American military advisers were sent to Iraq but none in Anbar, where the jihadists have recently executed 46 members of a Sunni tribe that had taken up arms against them. The Norway has announced Thursday the sending of about 120 soldiers to contribute to the training of the Iraqi army. Accused of ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity by the United Nations, the IC has used the civil war in Syria and political instability and security in Iraq to seize large territories, where it’s reign of terror. In the United States, a 44-year-old American pleaded guilty Thursday of attempting to material support to the EIS and is liable to 15 years in prison and 250. dollars of fine. Donald Ray Morgan was arrested early August at New York’s JFK airport for illegal possession of a firearm from January 2012, while he went overseas with the intention of joining the terrorist group in Syria. .
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