Protests Erupt in Idlib as Turkey Steals Syrian Land with New Border Wall

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Protests have erupted as Turkey has constructed a border wall that penetrates into Syria’s Idlib province proper, in what has been described as an illegal annexation of Syrian territory.

Jenan Moussa of Al-Aan Television has chronicled the protests against the Turkish annexation of Syrian land.

Turkey has constructed walls that have reaches the Idlib villages of Hatya, Az Zawf, Darriyah, with farmers worried they will lose land, according to Moussa.

She then explains how civilians who were initially pro-Turkish are now turning against them for stealing land.

Meanwhile The Syrian Resistance, who identify themselves as Marxist-Leninist, has conducted their own rally against this annexation and occupation.

The Syrian Resistance, formerly known as the Popular Front for the Liberation of the Sanjak of Iskandarun is a pro-government group comprising of fighters mostly from Turkey’s Syrian minority who struggle for Turkey’s Hatay province to rejoin Syria.

Idlib is a predominately staunch anti-government province ruled by mostly terrorist groups with the backing of Turkey.

Articles by: Paul Antonopoulos

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