Western aid organizations scatter after PKK defeat in Afrin

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Western non-governmental organizations based in Turkey’s Gaziantep and Syria’s Afrin that were established for so-called “humanitarian aid,” but had a hidden agenda of supporting the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorist organization have disappeared after the Turkish military liberated Afrin within the scope of Operation Olive Branch.

These NGOs, which helped and supported PKK/PYD terrorists under the pretext of helping ‘civilians’ during the terrorists’ occupation of Afrin, vacated the area and stopped sending so-called ‘humanitarian aid’ after the PKK fled the region. The NGOs flourished under the occupation and supplied arms and ammunition to the PKK terrorists while being registered as humanitarian organizations.

Terror aid of $1.5 billion

Western countries reportedly transferred more than $1.5 billion a year to the PKK/PYD through hundreds of registered NGOs in the area. These groups include the Humanitarian Organization (IMPR), Community Catholic Relief (CRS), Danish Refuge Council (DRC), World Vision, International Rescue Committee (IRC), Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), People In Need and Irish Aid. These so called organizations helped terrorists with a hidden agenda with truckloads of food, health, education and clothing materials saying that “civilians need it.”

They were operating mainly in the PKK-occupied areas in Syria such as Afrin, Ayn Isa, Qamishli, Ayn el-Arab, Manbij and Tel Abyad of Syria. However, there are no signs that they distributed aid to civilians in the area.

On Jan. 20, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch to clear YPG/PKK-Daesh terrorists from Afrin, northwestern Syria.

On March 18, Turkish-backed troops liberated the town center of Afrin, which had been a major hideout for the YPG/PKK since 2012.

Turkish soldiers distribute bread in Syria's Jinderes

Anadolu Agency

Turkish soldiers distribute bread in Syria’s Jinderes

Turkish soldiers are distributing bread to people in northwestern Syria’s Afrin region, which was recently purged of terrorists during Operation Olive Branch. The soldiers have set up a mobile oven in Jinderes town, which has the capacity to produce 6,000 loaves of bread every day.



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