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The struggle between Turkey’s “Erdogan” mercenaries in Idlib is writing its end itself

Selava Omar – Xeber24.net

The Syrian areas occupied by the factions occupied by the Turkish occupation are witnessing mutual assassinations and liquidation attempts resulting from an internal conflict, while experts saw that Turkish President “Recep Tayyip Erdogan” is writing his end with his hand.

In this context, sources indicated that assassinations were renewed within the pro-Turkish factions, as an explosive device targeted the leader in “Al-Nusra”s, nicknamed “Abu Huritan” in the southern countryside of Idlib, which led to his killing immediately, while activists stressed that this process comes in the context of the internal conflict Among the members of the factions and the attempt to liquidate to mitigate the local Syrian elements, where assassinations were repeated in the Syrian north, as gunmen targeted former leaders of the extremist “Ahrar al-Sham” movement, while leaders in the armed factions were targeted last month.

Regarding the policy pursued by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Tunisian journalist, “Muhammad Ali Al-Awni”, wrote an article about this published by “Al-Arab” newspaper, in which he said, “Narcissism … self-love … and ego greatness … Three words are enough to write the end of any political leader who is captive to it, It ends up being merely a memory between the folds of the past, and lessons in history have lessons and lessons.

But it seems that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has not read history nor considered one of his predecessors ’experiences. The paranoia threw Hitler into the darkness of a black past, and the barbarism of Nikolai Ceausescu put him before a popular trial that ended with his execution.

Any end will be written by history for a president who has exhausted all his country’s potential to satisfy his desires and hopes attached to the lines of illusion to restore the glories of the past, in order to cover the complex of the deficiency within it.

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