In three days, on the other hand, it was announced that 130,000 Kurdish refugees fleeing ISIS attacks had entered Turkey from 8 separate places on the Turkish border in the ISIS-controlled Kurdish region of Kobani (Mursitpinar / Opposite of Suruc).
ISIS has directed its attacks on Syrian Kurdish villages linked to the PYD (Democratic Union Party), which is under its control on the Turkish-Syrian border between Carchemish and Ceylanpinar.
ISIS has added a new dimension to the turmoil, bloodshed and brutality that already exists in Syria and Iraq since the beginning of June 2014. Regime opponents rather than regime forces in Syria; In Iraq, attacks turned to Kurds, Turkmens and Yezidis after the initial attack on the so-called Central State.
The fact that it targets the opponents of the regime rather than the regime forces in Syria and Iraq, considering the logistical support provided and the targets they attack, shows that ISIS has state support and their operations are directed by trained military academic staff.
While the USA, which is the reason for the destabilization in Iraq, did not take any action for the Syrian people, who were subjected to the oppression by the regime, the action plan against ISIS in the third month of its activity is also a thought-provoking initiative.
Is ISIS the problem? Or is it the unstable political environments that lead organizations like ISIS to come to life?
60% of the people (15,159,580 person) were negatively affected by the regime in the Syrian Revolution, which started in March 2011 and has been continuing for 3.5 years. (234,000 martyrs, 1,900,000 wounded, 259,530 prisoners, 100,120 missing, 3,600,440 refugees, 7,750,000 immigrants, 12,089,480 tortured 'martyrs, wounded, prisoners, missing, immigrants and refugees', 1,200,000 children refugees in neighboring countries, 4,300,000 children in need of humanitarian aid and 2,945,000 buildings destroyed