Erdogan’s Turkey is an enemy of the United States. It is an Islamist regime that supports and promotes Islamist terrorists around the region. It’s supportive of, among other Islamist terror networks, the Muslim Brotherhood, and has alleged ties to Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Turkey does not belong in NATO. It is certainly not an ally of the United States. Erdogan is not our “friend”.
The Turkish Islamist invasion will mean the possible escape of thousands of ISIS prisoners. It will mean a safe zone for Erdogan’s Islamist terrorist allies. And it will mean that Syria will be thoroughly under the control of Sunni or Shiite Islamists.
We can’t and shouldn’t keep US forces in Syria. Certainly not on an open-ended basis. The question is what, if any, buffer do we leave in place to prevent another Islamist civil war that will end up dragging us in one way or another.
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