A war is being fought for control over Western Kurdistan and the northern areas of Syria, including three de facto Kurdish enclaves there.
The fighting in Western Kurdistan is a means to an end and not a goal in itself.
The objectives of gaining control over Syrian Kurdistan and northern Syria are critical to gaining control over the rest of the Syrian Arab Republic and entail US-supported regime change in Damascus.
By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
(strategic-culture.org – globalresearch.ca)
Rojava, the Western Kurdistan
Western Kurdistan is alternatively called Rojava in Kurmanji, the dialect of the Kurdish language that is used locally there and spoken by the majority of the Kurds living in Turkey. The word Rojava comes from the Kurdish root word roj, which means both sun and day, and literally means «sunset» («the sun’s end») or the «end of the day» («the day’s end») in Kurmanji and not…
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