Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) orders followers not to protest Turkish invasion of Northern Iraq

The PUK leadership, led by Jalal Talabani, has ordered its supporters and members not to take part in any protests against current Turkish aggression. was informed by sources close to the PUK leadership on the condition of anonymity.

Jalal Talabani, the head of the PUK, has appear on Turkish media supporting the Turkish state terror against Kurds.

Some observers believe that Turkey has been successful in driving a wedge between Barzani, the KDP leader, and Talabani. Barzani, the president of KRG, has been pushed aside by Turkey while Talabani has been promoted as a model of a “good Kurd”, supporting the Turkish state terror.

Turkey has refused to recognise the Kurdistan Regional Government. However, Turkey is ready to deal with Jalal Talabani (73) as the head of an Arab state.

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