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کۆبانێ ڕزگار کرا- شەڕی دەرکردنی داعش لە گوندەکان دەستیپێکرد

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NNSROJ: پاش زیاتر لە چوار مانگ شەڕی قورس و خوێناوی، شەڕڤانانی کورد توانیان چەکدارانی داعش لە ناوەندی شاری کۆبانێ پاشەکشە پێ بکەن و ڕزگارکرانی یەکجاریی شارەکە ڕابگەیەنن.

بە گوێرەی ئەو زانیارییانەی لە شاری کۆبانێی ڕۆژئاوای کوردستانەوە بە ناوەندی نووچە و شرۆڤەی ڕۆژ گەیشتووە، پاشنیوەڕۆی دووشەممە ٢٦ی ژانویە، شەڕڤانانی یەکینەکانی پاراستنی گەل و یەکینەکانی پاراستنی ژنان، پاش شەڕێکی چەند کاتژمێری، توانیان دوا گرووپی چەکدارانی داعش لە گەڕەکی “کانیا کوردان” دەر بکەن و بەم شێوە پاش ١٣٤ ڕۆژ، کۆنترۆڵی تەواوی کۆبانێ بگرنەوە دەست.

سەرلەئێوارەی هەمان ڕۆژ، ناوەندی ڕاگەیاندنی یەکینەکانی پاراستنی گەل، ئازادکرانی شارەکەی بە فەرمی پشتڕاست کردەوە و باسی لەوە کرد کە لەمەودوا، ئازادکردنی سێسەد گوندی داگیرکراوی کانتۆنەکە دەستپێدەکات.

مستەفا باڵی، ڕۆژنامەنووسی کورد لە کۆبانێوە بە ئێن‌ئێن‌ئێس‌رۆژی ڕاگەیاند کە هەر ئەمڕۆ، جگە لە کانیا کوردان، شەڕڤانانی کورد بەرەو گوندی شیرانی هەڵکەوتوو لە باکووری ڕۆژهەڵاتی کۆبانێش لە پێشڕەویدا بوونە.

ئاژانسی هاوارنیوزیش لەمبارەوە ڕایگەیاند کە گوندی هلینجە کە لە سێ کیلۆمیتری باکووری ڕۆژهەڵاتی کۆبانێیە ئازاد کراوە.

دەگوترێ چەکدارانی داعش بەر لە کشانەوەی لە شار، زۆربەی ئەو شوێنانەی کە پێشووتر داگیریان کردبوویان مینڕێژ کردووە.

هەر ئەمڕۆ، داعش ڤیدیۆیەکی لە دەرەوەی کۆبانێ، لەسەر ڕێگەی ئەم شارە بۆ حەڵەب، لە تۆڕەکۆمەڵایەتییەکاندا بڵاوکردەوە کە تێیدا، چەکدارێکی ئەو گرووپە بە هەناسەبڕکە و لەکاتێکدا کە پشتی لە کۆبانێ بوو، هەڕەشەی تۆڵەسەندنەوەی لە ئۆباما و هاوپەیمانیان دەکرد.

دوابەدوای بڵاوبوونەوەی هەواڵی ئازادکرانی کۆبانێ، کوردانی باکوور، ڕۆژئاوا و هەژمارێکی زۆر لە کوردانی دانیشتووی وڵاتانی ئەورووپایی، ئاهەنگی سەرکەوتنیان گێڕا.

مەسعوود بارزانی، سەرۆکی هەرێمی کوردستانیش بە بڵاوکردنەوەی بەیاننامەیەکی نووسراو، کەیفخۆشی خۆی بە سەرکەوتنی ڕزگارکرانی کۆبانێ ڕاگەیاند و “بە ناوی خۆی و گەلی کورد”، سپاسی هاوپەیمانان و تورکیای کرد کە “بە پشتیوانیی بەردەوامی هێزی ئاسمانی” و ڕێگەدا بە دەربازبوونی هێزی پێشمەرگە بۆ کۆبانێ، رۆڵیان لەو سەرکەوتنەدا گێڕا.

چەکدارانی دەوڵەتی ئیسلامی[داعشی پێشوو]، لە ١٥ی سێپتامبری ٢٠١٤ەوە هێرشیان کردۆتە سەر کانتۆنی کۆبانێ. بە گوتەی سەرچاوەکانی هەواڵ لە ڕۆژئاوای کوردستان، داعش لەو ماوەدا، جگە لە ڕەوانەکردنی سەدان چەکدار و هاویشتنی هەزاران گوللە تۆپ و هاوەن، لانیکەم ٣٨ تەقینەوەی خۆکوژی لە کۆبانێ و دەوروپشتی ئەنجام داوە.

ڕێکخراوی چاوەدێری مافی مرۆڤی سووریا لە ڕۆژانی ڕابردوودا ڕایگەیاندبوو کە لە ماوەی چوار مانگی ڕابردوودا، ٩٧٩ چەکداری داعش لە کۆبانێ کوژراون و ٣٢٤ شەڕڤانی ڕۆژئاوا، کە پێشمەرگەیەکی باشووری کوردستان و چەندین سڤیلیشیان لەناو دایە گیانیان لەدەست داوە و هەژمارێک زیاتر لەمەش بریندار بوونە.

پاش چوار مانگ شەر، تەقینەوە خۆکوژییەکان و بۆمبارانی هێزی هاوپەیمانان، نیوەی زیاتری کۆبانێ بۆتە وێرانە و دانیشتوانی کۆچبەری باکووری کوردستان بوونە.

ماوەی چەند حەفتەیە، بەرپرسانی کۆبانێ، هەڵمەتێکی بەرفراوانیان بۆ دووبارە بنیاتنانەوەی شارەکەیان دەستپێکردووە و لێژنەیەکیان بۆ ئەم مەبەستە دامەزراندووە.

شایانی باسە کە سبەی سێشەممە، ٢٧ی ژانویە، یەکەم ساڵوەگەری دامەزرانی کانتۆنی کۆبانێ لە ڕۆژئاوای کوردستانە و پێدەچێ هەر لەم ڕۆژەدا، بەڕێوەبەرانی کانتۆنەکە، بە فەرمی سەرکەوتن ڕابگەیەنن.
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  1. Rojpress
    26 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 22:42

    Ji Gelê Kurd, Gelê Rojhilatanavîn û Rayagiştî re!

    Îro bajarê Rojavayê Kurdîstanê Kobanê bi temamî ji çeteyên DAIŞ’ê hatiye rizgarkirin.
    Ew 133 rojin hêzên me li dijî terora DAIŞ’ê berxwedaniyek destanî meşandin û heviyên gelê me û mirovatiye neşikandin. Hêzên me soza xwe ya serkeftinê bi cih anîn. Ev serkeftin serkeftina şoreşa Rojava ye. Ev serkeftin serkeftina Suriye ye demoqratîkê. Ev serkeftin serkeftina mirovahiye ye. Serkeftina xeta azadiye li hember hovitî û tarîtiye DAIŞ’ê ye.
    Ew 133 rojin şervanên me yên YPG/YPJ, keç u xortên Kurdîstanê, dilxwazên ji her çar parçeye kurdîstanê û ji welatên ditîr hatin şerekî dijwar û berxwedaniyek mezin li hember terore DAIŞ meşandin. Di vê berxwedane de gellek şervanên me yên heja, keç u xortên Kurdîstane şehid ketin. Lê di encam de ya ku serket rih u vîna wan şehidan bu. Carek din YPG îspat kir ku kes nikare şoreşa rojava binbixe. Carek din YPG îspat kir ku heza hakiki ya parastina gele Kurd u gelên hereme ye.
    Şere ku li Kobanê dimeşiya ne tenê di navbera YPG û DAIŞ’ê de bu. Şerekî di navbera mirovahî û hovîtiye de, di navbera rihe azadiye u zilmkariyê de bu. Di navbera hemû nirxên mirovahî u dij mirovahiye de bu. Ya li vir serket rastî bu, rihê azadiye bu, iradeya azadiya gelan û mirovahiye bu.
    Şerê Kobanê ji bo DAIŞ jî cihekî qaderê bu. Binkeftina DAIŞ’ê li Kobanê, heman demê de destpêka xilasiya DAIŞ’ê ye. Şerê kobane di ve mijare de pivanekî esasî bu. Binkeftina DAIŞ’ê li Kobanê tenê bi Kobanê re bi sinor nemîne. Li hember vîna gelan aliye moral û derûnî de jî binkeftinekî ye. Em bawerdikin pişti serkeftina Kobanê serkeftine li hember DAIŞ’ê jî zêde bin. Mizginiya serkeftinên din jî di demekî nizîk de werin.
    Wekî şervanên YPG/YPJ me soz dabu gele xwe û gelê herême. Me ev soza xwe îro bi rizgarkirina Kobanê bi cih anî. Em vi serkeftine li gele Rojava, Suriye û hemû Kurdîstanê re pîroz dikin. Her kesê ku di vê berxwedanê de alikarî dan û li gel me şer kirin re spas dikin. Serî de xwedî derketina gelê me û bi taybet gelê me yên bakure Kurdîstanê em spas dikin. Car din hêzên koalîsyonê navnetevî ya dijî DAIŞ’ê ya ku bi erişen xwe yên ezmanî piştgiriya aktîf nîşan dan jî spas dikin. Dîsa Burkan El Fırat û komên din a giredayî arteşa azad yên ku mil bi mil bi me re şer kirin spas dikin. Car din komêk birayên me yên peşmerge ku bi me re alîkar bûn jî em spas dikin.
    Weki YPG em dizanin ku erkên li peşiya me xilas nebûne. Pevajoya rizgarkirina bejahiya Kobanê li pêşiya me ye. Em soz didin ku vî erka xwe jî bi awayekî serkeftî bi cih binîn.
    Em carek din di şaxsê Diyar Bagok, Erîş, Zozan, Arîn, Dilgêş û Kendalan de bi sedan lehengên ku cane xwe feda kirin re soza xwe ya serkeftine dubare dikin û em dibejin bi rêya wan re giredayî biminîn. Carek din vî serkeftine hemû gelê xwe, şervanên xwe yên YPG/YPJ û hemû dostên xwe pîroz dikin.
    Fermandariya Giştî ya YPG
    26 Çile 2015

  2. Rojpress
    26 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 22:45

    دەقی پەیامەكە:

    بەناوی خودای مەزن و دلۆڤان
    ئەمڕۆ هەواڵی ڕزگاركردنی كۆبانێی خۆڕاگرمان پێگەییشت. ئەم هەواڵە دڵی هەموو كوردستانی و ئازادیخوازێك شاد دەكات. بە بۆنەی ئەم سەركەوتنە مەزنە پیرۆزبایی لە تێكڕای گەلی كوردستان دەكەم. ئەو سەركەوتنە سەركەوتنی هەموو گەلی كوردستانە، سەركەوتنی مرۆڤایەتییە بەسەر وەحشیگەریی تیرۆریستان.

    شانازییە بۆ گەلی كوردستان بە درێژایی 1500 كیلۆمەتر لەبەرانبەر دڕندەترین ڕێكخراوی تیرۆریستی وەستا و تووشی شكستی كرد. خۆڕاگریی و ڕۆڵی قارەمانانەی شەڕڤانان و پشتگیریی هێزی پێشمەرگەی قارەمان بۆ خوشك و برایانیان لە كۆبانێ زۆر بەرز دەنرخێنم و دەست و چاویان ماچ دەكەم.

    بەپێویستیشی دەزانم بە ناوی خۆم و گەلی كوردستان سوپاسی هاوپەیمانان بكەم كە بە پشتیوانیی بەردەوامی هێزی ئاسمانیی خۆیان، ڕۆڵیان لە خۆڕاگریی شەڕڤانان و ئەو دەستكەوتە پیرۆزە بۆ خەڵكی كوردستان هەبوو. هەروەها سوپاسی وڵاتی توركیایش دەكەم كە ڕێگەیدا هێزی پشتیوانیی پێشمەرگە بگاتە كۆبانێ بۆ ئەوەی یارمەتیی شەڕڤانان بدات.

    لەدەستدانی چەند گوند و شار و گەڕەكێك نابێتە شكست، شكست ئەو كاتەیە كە ئیرادەی مانەوە و خۆڕاگری بشكێت. كۆبانێی قارەمان بۆیە نەكەوت چونكە ئیرادەی نەشكا و خۆڕاگر بوو. من لەوە دڵنیا بووم كە بوونی پاڵپشتیی گەلی كوردستان و یارمەتیی دۆستانی گەلی كوردستان و خۆڕاگریی كۆبانێ وا دەكات ئیرادەی گەلی كوردستان لەبەرانبەر دڕندەیی تیرۆریستان نەشكێت و كۆبانێیش نەكەوێت و بە سەربەرزی بمێنێتەوە.

    قوربانیدان لەپێناو خاك و نیشتیمان شەرەفێكی مەزنە و ڕۆڵەكانی گەلەكەمان لە شەڕی دژی تیرۆریستاندا بە قوربانیدانی خۆیان قارەمانێتیی بێ وێنەیان نواند. شەهیدبوونی (زێرەڤان)ـی خەڵكی باشوور و پێشمەرگەی هێزی پشتیوانیی لە كۆبانێ و شەهیدبوونی (نێچیرڤان)ـی پێشمەرگەی ڕۆژئاوا لە شەڕی ئازادكردنی دەڤەری ئەسكی موسڵ ئەویش لە یەك ڕۆژدا، هێمای برایەتی و یەكێتی و یەكدەنگیی گەلی كوردستان بوو و نیشانیدا كە تێكڕای گەلی كوردستان خاوەنی یەك دۆزی هاوبەشن.

    سڵاو بۆ گیانی پاكی هەموو شەهیدانی ڕێگەی ئازادی
    مسعود بارزانی
    سەرۆكی هەرێمی كوردستان
    26ی 1ی 2015

  3. Rojpress
    26 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 22:59

    YPG retakes the entire city of Ayn al- Arab “Kobani” after 112 days of clashes with IS militants
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    YPG fighters could retake the entire city of Ayn al- Arab “Kobani” after violent clashes with IS militants lasted for 112 days, where YPG fighters are still combing some houses in the eastern suburbs of the city, dismantling and detonating IEDs.

    IS organization raised its first banner at the outskirts of ayn al- Arab “Kobani” in October 6, 2014. The shelling and clashes between YPG, backed by rebel battalions and other fighters from several brigades, and IS militants resulted in death of 1313 fighters; 979 fighters from IS organization, including 38 fighters blew themselves up using booby- trapped vehicles and explosive belts, 324 fighters from YPG and 12 fighters from the rebel battalions. IS shelling on areas in the city of Kobani killed 12 civilians. On the other hand, hundreds of IS militants died during US and Arab allies airstrikes on the city and its countryside. Meanwhile, large parts of the city have become uninhabitable due to US and Arab allies air raids, detonation of booby- trapped vehicles and mutual shelling.

    SOHR publishes 2 months ago that IS leadership was searching for achieving victories in the countryside of Homs and Hama and province of Deir Ezzor in order to cover their loss up in the city of Ayn al- Arab

    http://syriahr.com/en/2015/01/ypg-retakes-the-entire-city-of-ayn-al-arab-kobani-after-112-days-of-clashes-with-is-militants-2/

  4. Rojpress
    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:31

    (CNN)Kurdish fighters have taken the Syrian city of Kobani from ISIS’ grip after 112 days of fighting with the Sunni extremist group, multiple sources said Monday.

    The announcement comes a day after an Iraqi official declared that Iraq’s Diyala Province had been “liberated” from ISIS.

    Idriss Nassan, Kobani’s deputy foreign minister, told CNN he expects an official announcement Tuesday “if things continue this way.”

    “YPG is in control,” Nassan said, using the acronym for the People’s Protection Units. “They are making sure to clear the streets and the places from ISIS to declare it a free city.”

    YPG spokesman Polat Can confirmed the news in a tweet: “Congratulations for liberation of Kobani to all of humanity, Kurdistan and people of Kobani.”

    Nassan called for the quick implementation of a “humanitarian corridor” to help the myriad refugees in the city, whom, he said, “need everything.”

    A Kobani official, who did not want to be named because it would interfere with Tuesday’s official announcement, said the Kurds were going house to house in the newly liberated area to check for booby traps. Once the traps are removed or defused, the fighters will invite residents to return to their homes, the official said.

    According to London-based opposition group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights — which also confirmed Kobani was liberated — since October 6, when ISIS first raised its banner on the city’s outskirts, the fighting among ISIS, YPG and the rebel battalions backing YPG has killed 979 ISIS combatants, 324 YPG fighters and 12 rebels.

    Thirty-eight more ISIS militants died in attacks using booby-trapped vehicles or explosive belts, and the ISIS shelling of Kobani killed 12 civilians, SOHR said.

    “On the other hand, hundreds of (ISIS) militants died during U.S. and Arab allies’ airstrikes on the city and its countryside. Meanwhile, large parts of the city have become uninhabitable due to U.S. and Arab allies air raids, detonation of booby-trapped vehicles and mutual shelling,” the group said.

    Kobani apparently declared itself autonomous exactly one year before Monday’s victory, SOHR said.

    Iraqi victory claimed over ISIS in Diyala
    A large-scale military operation to reclaim Iraq’s Diyala Province from ISIS was successful, Iraqi transportation minister Hadi al-Amiri said Sunday.

    The operation started last week, and at least 58 people — including two journalists — were killed. Nearly 300 others were wounded.

    In a televised news conference Sunday, al-Ameri, who is also the head of the a powerful Shiite militia, said the province was “liberated” from ISIS.

    Al-Amiri said that Iraqi security forces are searching for ISIS militants who fled into orchards and farms in remote areas.

    Diyala Police commander Brig. Gen. Jamil Kamel al-Shamari also announced that Diyala is now under full control of Iraqi security forces.

    Six different armies battle over Kobani 02:48
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    ISIS has been fighting for Kobani for months, hoping to add it to the territory it already controls in Syria and Iraq as part of what it calls its independent Islamic nation.

    Syria has been embroiled in a more than three-year civil war, with government troops battling ISIS and other rebels elsewhere, leaving Kobani’s ethnic Kurds to defend the city.

    Kobani, aka Ayn al-Arab, is strategically important because of its location on the border with Turkey.

    Airstrikes by the United States and its allies, part of a larger U.S.-led coalition effort against ISIS in the region, intermittently take out ISIS targets in the area. The coalition started operations in September.

    CNN’s Ralph Ellis, Dana Ford, Gul Tuysuz, Raja Razek and Mohammed Tawfeeq contributed to this report.
    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/01/26/middleeast/syria-kobani-fighting/index.html

  5. Rojpress
    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:31

    Kurdish fighters fly 250ft ‘flag of victory’ on hill over Kobane as ISIS supply route is finally cut after four months of bloody siege in ‘Syria’s Stalingrad’
    The flag marks the liberation of the strategic strong-point from ISIS
    Kurdish forces launched operation a month ago to rid Kobane of terrorists
    Mistenur Hill is a dominant position over Kobane and the road to Aleppo
    Female fighter Arin Mirkan, carried out suicide attack on the hill in October
    Morale of the Kurdish fighters is said to be at an all-time high
    By JENNY STANTON FOR MAILONLINE
    PUBLISHED: 20:47 GMT, 24 January 2015 | UPDATED: 17:36 GMT, 25 January 2015

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2924906/The-flag-victory-Kurdish-fighters-fly-75-metre-flag-pylon-liberating-strategic-Syrian-strong-hold-ISIS.html
    A 75-metre long flag is being flown from a pylon atop a hill overlooking Kobane, marking the liberation of the strategic strong-point from Islamic State militants in the Syrian city.
    Pictures of the eye-catching yellow, red and green TEVDEM (Movement for a Democratic Society) flag on top of Mistenur Hill, which can be seen for miles around, have been circulating on social media.
    Yesterday, it was revealed Kurdish forces now control about 70 per cent of Kobane after months of fierce fighting with ISIS.
    Women’s Protection Units fighter Arin Mirkan carried out a suicide attack on the hill in October, making the site particularly symbolic.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2924906/The-flag-victory-Kurdish-fighters-fly-75-metre-flag-pylon-liberating-strategic-Syrian-strong-hold-ISIS.html#ixzz3PyeZQ7AB
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  6. Rojpress
    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:32

    Kurdish forces are on the verge of taking full control of the fiercely-contested Syrian city of Kobane after recapturing several key areas from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Syrian activists and a Kurdish official said.
    A Syrian Kurdish official told Al Jazeera that the situation in the town bordering Turkey was getting better and better as a result of the air strikes of a US-led coalition and shelling from Syrian Kurdish fighters.
    “Most of the city is free from ISIL forces. We are about to control the city as whole in the coming hours,” he said.
    The US Department of Defence declined to declare victory in the battle or confirm that ISIL forces had been entirely pushed out.
    “I am not prepared to say the battle there is won. The battle continues. But as of now, friendly forces … I believe, have the momentum,” said Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steve Warren on Monday.
    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based activist group, quoting what it described as reliable sources, said the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) group had pushed ISIL back towards the eastern strip at the outskirts of the city.
    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based activist group, quoting what it described as reliable sources, said the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) group had pushed ISIL back towards the eastern strip at the outskirts of the city.
    Sources told the monitoring group that ISIL had sent a brigade of 140 members to try to repel the attack – the majority of them under the age of 18 and newly-recruited.
    Syrian Kurdish YPG forces, who have been often backed up by Iraqi Kurdish forces known as peshmerga, are still battling ISIL on the eastern outskirts of the town, the Observatory said.
    The Observatory added that the YPG was proceeding carefully because ISIL fighters had planted mines before fleeing the town.
    A four-month ISIL siege on Kobane has forced tens of thousands of people to flee across the border to Turkey as US-led forces carried out almost daily air strikes on ISIL positions around the town.
    Fighting continues
    Al Jazeera’s Bernard Smith, who has reported extensively on the battle for the city, said there were reports that ISIL fighters were withdrawing their heavy weaponry from the town.
    “We understand that, at a minimum, Syrian Kurds have got back in control of most of Kobane town,” Smith said.
    “This battle has become a symbol in the battle against ISIL. It is important for the US that it can show the war can be won through air strikes than ground troops.”
    A US-led coalition has backed the YPG, and other groups fighting ISIL in Kobane, with air strikes on ISIL’s strategic bases. The coalition began its operations in Iraq last August and in Syria in September. It has carried out at least 2,000 air strikes.
    ISIL has seized large swathes of land in both Syria and Iraq, and battles several groups, including Syrian government forces.
    Source: Al Jazeera

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2015/01/kurds-verge-full-control-kobane-150126160304288.html

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    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:32

    Kurdish Defenders Say ISIS Has Retreated From Syrian Border Town of Kobani
    By ANNE BARNARD and KARAM SHOUMALIJAN. 26, 2015
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    BEIRUT, Lebanon — Kurdish militias regained full control of the northern Syrian town of Kobani on Monday, driving Islamic State militants out with the help of American-led airstrikes, Kurdish activists on the scene said.

    The bitter three-month battle for the border town took on outsize symbolic significance as it unfolded within sight of the Turkish border. It became the most visible arena in the American-led coalition’s fight against the Islamic State, which has seized large areas of Syria and Iraq, and the militant group’s retreat dented the aura of invincibility it has sought to cultivate.

    But even as the Kurds celebrated, some activists said clearing the town was no great victory, given that it took nearly 700 airstrikes to do it — about two-thirds of all the coalition’s strikes in Syria so far — and that Kobani was a relatively minor border city with a prewar population of 45,000.

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    Improved coordination between Kurdish ground forces and the American-led air campaign made it possible to eliminate the Islamic State’s foothold in the city, the activists said. But the battle illustrated something else as well, they said: the extremists’ ability and willingness to hold on for months in the face of punishing aerial attacks, even in territory with limited military importance.

    Their tenacity in Kobani showed the emphasis the Islamic State places on projecting an image of courage and power to attract recruits, the activists noted. But in the end, they said, the group appeared to have made a tactical decision to withdraw from Kobani, while its fighters continue to hold several hundred villages in the region whose Kurdish residents have nearly all fled.

    “This can’t be counted as an achievement,” Mustafa Ebdi, a Kurdish activist in the nearby Turkish town of Suruc, said in a telephone interview Monday, even as the sounds of celebratory Kurdish songs and chants could be heard in the background. “ISIS is the one who decided to retreat.”

    Islamic State fighters swept across the agricultural lands around Kobani over the summer, but their advance attracted little outside attention until they threatened Kobani itself, around the time the American-led coalition began hitting targets in Syria.

    The group, also known as ISIS, steadily redeployed fighters to Kobani from other parts of Syria, apparently hoping to show it could win a pitched battle despite Western air power.

    The defenders of the town, the Kurdish People’s Protection Committees, or Y.P.G., were initially outgunned, but they drew support from the international coalition as they made a stand within sight of the television cameras across the border in Turkey. That made it “morally very difficult,” as Secretary of State John Kerry put it, not to help the Kurds.

    Initially, Turkey refused to allow Kurdish fighters to cross into Syria to join the defense of Kobani, but the Turks relented under pressure, allowing Kurdish pesh merga fighters from Iraq to join the fight.

    Most recently, according to the United States military, the air campaign pounded Islamic State positions around the town with 17 strikes over the past 24 hours.

    “This advance came as a result of improved coordination between the American-led coalition and the forces fighting in Kobani,” Asia Abdullah, a Kurdish official in Kobani, said by telephone on Monday. “ISIS is weaker now, and paralyzed, unable to advance, but this doesn’t exclude the possibility that they might regroup and attack again.”

    He added that the streets of Kobani were scattered with the corpses of ISIS fighters, and residents were hurrying to dispose of them to avoid the spread of disease.

    Kobani was not nearly as important to the extremists’ advance as Mosul in Iraq or Raqqa in Syria, both of which it succeeded in seizing. Still, capturing Kobani would have given the group control of another border crossing into Turkey and could have helped the group link noncontinguous areas it controls.

    Supporters of the Islamic State claimed on social media that the withdrawal from Kobani was merely a decision to send its fighters to more important fronts.

    Anne Barnard reported from Beirut and Karam Shoumali from Istanbul. Reporting was contributed by Eric Schmitt from Washington and Mohammad Ghannam from Beirut.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/27/world/middleeast/kurds-isis-syria-kobani.html?ref=world

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    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:33

    Kurdish forces take control of Syrian town of Kobani
    Monitoring group says YPG forces proceeding carefully in eastern outskirts where Isis planted mines before fleeing
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    Members of the Syrian Kurdish People’s Defence Units (YPG) celebrate their victory in Kobane
    Members of the Syrian Kurdish People’s Defence Units (YPG) celebrate their victory in Kobane Photograph: EPA
    A coalition of Kurdish and Syrian opposition forces claimed full control of Kobani on Monday, gaining an important symbolic victory over militants of Islamic State (Isis) who had besieged the Syrian-Kurdish city since September.

    The victory marks a significant loss for Isis. The extremists’ hopes for an easy victory when they pushed into the town less than a mile from the Turkish border last year instead dissolved into a bloody, costly and months-long siege.

    “After the conclusion of the military campaign in Kobani today the entire city is now free of Isis, and the YPG [a Syrian Kurdish force] continues their military operation against Isis militants in the surrounding villages,” said Asya Abdullah, co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Union party (PYD).

    Iraqi Kurdish forces known as peshmerga were dispatched to assist Syrian Kurds, after the US had urged the reluctant Turkish government to let them join the fight against Isis.

    A US-led military coalition has carried out air strikes against Isis positions and equipment almost every day in order to push the group out of the city and surrounding territories.

    First Lieutenant Raed Hassan, from peshmerga forces based in Kobani, said: “Kobani is under Kurdish control now. This evening there was celebratory gunfire from YPG and peshmerga forces to announce the liberation of the city. Our job as peshmerga was to shell Da’esh [Isis] positions with rockets and cannons.”

    Idris Nassan, the deputy foreign affairs minister of the Kobani administration, said the coalition forces of the YPG, Iraqi peshmerga and Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters were still proceeding carefully in the eastern and south-eastern suburbs of Kobani, and no official announcement of the city’s liberation would be made until all districts were declared clear of Isis militants and mines.

    A message on the official website of the Kurdistan presidency said: “Today we received the news of liberation of defiant Kobani. I congratulate all people of Kurdistan … This is the victory of humanity over the barbaric terrorists … It is an honour for people of Kurdistan to face the most evil terrorist organisation … and defeat it.

    “On behalf of people of Kurdistan I thank the coalition forces for supporting the Kurdish warriors … I also thank Turkey for allowing the peshmerga to cross through its territory to support the Warriors in Kobani.”

    US Central Command said last night that about 90% of Kobani was controlled by anti-Isis fighters. “US Central Command congratulates these courageous fighters and thanks them for their efforts.

    “Anti-Isil [Isis] forces have fought aggressively with resilience and fortitude. While the fight against Isil is far from over, Isil’s failure in Kobani has denied them one of their strategic objectives.”

    Meanwhile Kurds in Iraqi Kurdistan, Syria and Turkey were celebrating the victory.

    “People have been celebrating in the streets for hours, dancing and singing,” said a Kurdish journalist and activist, Özgür Amed, on the phone from the south-eastern city of Diyarbakir. “Everybody is very happy. The biggest danger, the fall of Kobani, has been averted.”

    Adding that Tuesday marks the anniversary of Kobani being declared an autonomous enclave, he said that people were confident that the villages, too, would soon be freed from Isis.

    Asya Abdullah added that the Kobani administration expected tens of thousands of displaced residents to return to the city in the coming weeks.

    The months of fighting in and around Kobani drove more than 200,000 residents into Turkey. Last Sunday the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Authority opened its biggest refugee camp to date, a massive tent city able to house 35,000 refugees from Kobani, situated in the predominantly Kurdish border town of Suruç.

    Nassan emphasised that the fight for Kobani did not end with the liberation of the city from Isis militants and urged the international community to provide urgent humanitarian support.

    “Over 50% of the city has been destroyed by air strikes, shelling and during the fights between the YPG and Isis,” he said. “We lack everything: hospitals, food, medicine and drinking water. For those that will return to Kobani life will be very hard, and it will be impossible without immediate help from the international community.”

    Nassan added that a humanitarian corridor was necessary to supply the city and assist those trying to rebuild it over the coming months.

    “This is not just a task for Turkey, but for the whole of the international coalition that Turkey is part of. If they really want to see humanity prevail over Isis terrorism, they need to see this struggle through to the end, and help Kobani now.”

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jan/26/kurdish-forces-take-control-kobani-syria

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    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:33

    QUESTION: I sent a question to your colleagues. I’m not sure if you have a response to this.

    MS. PSAKI: Sure. I think they mentioned it to me.

    QUESTION: Okay. Mullah Krekar – he’s an Iraqi Kurdish Islamist. He was running an Islamist group in Iraqi Kurdistan. In 2003 the bases of that organization were bombed by the United States because of alleged links to al-Qaida. Now he was released in Norway because he’s based in Norway two or three days ago. I wonder what – what’s his status in terms of – is he a terrorist from the U.S. perspective?

    MS. PSAKI: Well, the U.S. Government designated this group as a specially designated global terrorist entity in 2006, which I’m sure you’re aware of. The consequences of that designation include a prohibition against U.S. persons engaging in transactions with the group and the freezing of all property and interests. In terms of specifically what would happen or what we would do, I would refer you to the Department of Justice.

    QUESTION: Why haven’t you sought his arrest or handover from —

    MS. PSAKI: I would refer you to the Department of Justice.

    QUESTION: On Iraq, can you share with us any more information with the tribal leaders that were here last week and that may still be here?

    MS. PSAKI: I don’t have any more details on that, Said. I can see if there’s anything more we have to offer on that.

    QUESTION: Jen, on ISIL.

    MS. PSAKI: On ISIL? Sure.

    QUESTION: Yeah. Can I ask if you have any confirmation about the reports today that the Kurdish fighters seemed to have chased ISIL out of Kobani?

    MS. PSAKI: Well, I’ve seen those reports and I think my colleagues over at the Department of Defense may have addressed this a little bit this morning. ISIL – Kobani remains contested. We continue to support local forces contesting ISIL territory, and our efforts alongside brave fighters on the ground have reversed ISIL’s gains. Anti-ISIL fighters now control approximately 70 percent of the territory, and – in and near-Kobani, and certainly that is progress being made. As we all know, ISIL has put a great deal of resources into Kobani. They’re clearly not succeeding and we are pushing them back. But I don’t have confirmation fully of it being a complete process.

    QUESTION: Okay.

    QUESTION: Sorry, one question.

    MS. PSAKI: Mm-hmm.

    QUESTION: Initially, as you know, most – many of the U.S. leaders – military and political leaders – they said Kobani was going to fall. What’s your – what do you think now, when Kobani is actually – it didn’t fall?

    MS. PSAKI: Well, I think we said it certainly could. And obviously, there are – in our effort to degrade and defeat ISIL, our point was this was not the only place that we were fighting, and certainly our efforts were widespread for a range of strategic reasons. Certainly, this is a positive that anti-ISIL – an anti-ISIL effort has had success in pushing back against ISIL here, and we support those efforts. And the fact that they have put so much – so many resources in, financial resources, human resources in and they are not successful is a good sign.

    QUESTION: Can we say you either overestimated initially the power of ISIS or underestimated the power of the Kurdish fighters in that city?

    MS. PSAKI: I wouldn’t put it in either terms. There is a – continues to be a long road ahead to degrading and defeating ISIL. Certainly, we support and think it is a positive sign that we are having success working with Kurdish fighters, working with anti-ISIL – the anti-ISIL coalition to push back in Kobani, but there are a range of efforts that continue to be underway.

    Syria? Go ahead.

    QUESTION: On Syria. Just one Kobani to follow up. Are you satisfied with your Turkish ally in terms of cooperating against ISIL with regards to Kobani?

    MS. PSAKI: Well, I think – and we haven’t seen you in a while, because this is your favorite question, which is perfectly fine. Look, I think we have been very closely engaged with Turkey, as you know. I don’t have the number of trips that General Allen and Ambassador McGurk have taken there and the number of times they’ve engaged with our Turkish partners. They have contributed in every line of effort, so we certainly feel good about our ongoing cooperation, which is not just about one area but is about this entire effort to defeat ISIL.

    http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2015/01/236319.htm

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    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:35

    Syria’s Kobane liberated from IS group, say Kurds

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    Kurdish militia have driven Islamic State group militants from the Syrian border town of Kobane after months of heavy fighting, a monitor and spokesman said Monday, dealing a crucial blow to the jihadists.

    Across the border in Iraq meanwhile, a top army officer announced troops had “liberated” Diyala province from IS jihadists.

    In Syria, the Kurdish advance marked the culmination of a battle lasting more than four months in which nearly 1,800 people were killed.

    The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) had pushed Islamic State group militants from all of Kobane.

    They “expelled all Islamic State fighters from Kobane and have full control of the town,” Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman said.

    “The Kurds are pursuing some jihadists on the eastern outskirts of Kobane, but there is no more fighting inside now.”

    The monitor said Kurdish forces were carrying out “mopping-up operations” against remaining IS forces in the Maqtala district, on the eastern outskirts of the town.

    YPG spokesman Polat Jan also announced the news on his Twitter account, writing: “Congratulations to humanity, Kurdistan, and the people of Kobane on the liberation of Kobane.”

    Mustafa Ebdi, an activist from the town, told AFP that “fighting has stopped”.

    YPG forces are “advancing carefully in Maqtala because of the threat of mines and car bombs,” he added.

    Heavy coalition bombing

    The advance by Kurdish fighters came after 24 hours of heavy bombing by the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State (IS) group, also known as ISIS or ISIL, in Syria and Iraq.

    In a statement, the Pentagon said the coalition had carried out 17 air strikes against IS group positions in Kobane in the 24 hours from January 25 alone.

    The targets included “tactical units” and “fighting positions” as well as an IS vehicle and staging areas, the statement said.

    The loss of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, would be an important defeat for IS militants.

    The group has lost 1,196 fighters since it began its advance on the town on September 16, according to the Observatory.

    At one point, the jihadist group looked poised to overrun Kobane, which lies on the Syrian-Turkish border.

    It wielded sophisticated weapons captured from military bases in Syria and Iraq and committed hundreds of fighters to the battle.

    But Kurdish forces gradually pushed back the jihadists with the help of the US-led air raids and a group of fighters from Iraq’s Kurdish peshmerga forces.

    Analysts say the loss of Kobane is both a symbolic and strategic blow for IS, which set its sights on the small town in a bid to cement its control over a long stretch of the Syrian-Turkish border.

    Since the group emerged in its current form in 2013, it has captured large swathes of territory in both Syria and Iraq.

    It has declared an Islamic “caliphate” in territory under its control, and gained a reputation for brutality, including executions and torture.

    ‘Kobane sets an example’

    But its apparent failure in Kobane could put the brakes on its plans for expansion in Syria.

    “Despite all that manpower, all that sophisticated weaponry, IS couldn’t get the city, so it’s a big blow for their plans and its a great achievement for the Kurds,” Kurdish affairs analyst Mutlu Civiroglu told AFP.

    “Kobane sets an example on the ground, showing that when you have skilled fighters on the ground with the support of air strikes, this danger, these forces, can be stopped and eliminated.”

    Civiroglu said YPG forces would likely spend the next few days clearing Kobane before expanding outwards to surrounding villages captured by IS.

    Civilians were largely spared in the fighting because the town’s residents evacuated en masse, mostly across the border into Turkey, in the early stages of the battle.

    Over the border in Iraq, the army announced another defeat for IS, with the recapture of Diyala province.

    “We announce the liberation of Diyala from the (IS) organisation,” Staff Lieutenant General Abdulamir al-Zaidi said.

    “Iraqi forces are in complete control of all the cities and districts and subdistricts of Diyala province.”

    The general said there would still be clashes however against IS in the rural Hamreen mountains, which stretch across multiple provinces, including Diyala.

    (AFP)

    http://www.france24.com/en/20150126-islamic-state-group-loses-ground-syria-iraq/

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    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:36

    Kurds celebrate ousting Islamic State fighters from Kobani
    By ZEINA KARAM
    Jan. 26, 2015 5:28 PM EST
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    BEIRUT (AP) — Jubilant Kurdish fighters ousted Islamic State militants from the key Syrian border town of Kobani on Monday after a four-month battle — a significant victory for both the Kurds and the U.S.-led coalition.

    The Kurds raised their flag on a hill that once flew the Islamic State group’s black banner. On Kobani’s war-ravaged streets, gunmen fired in the air in celebration, male and female fighters embraced, and troops danced in their baggy uniforms.

    The failure to capture Kobani was a major blow to the extremists whose hopes for an easy victory dissolved into a costly siege under withering airstrikes by coalition forces and an assault by the Kurdish militia.

    For the U.S. and its partners, Kobani became a strategic prize, especially after they increased the number of airstrikes against IS fighters there in October.

    “Daesh gambled on Kobani and lost,” said senior Kurdish official Idriss Nassan, using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group.

    “Their defenses have collapsed and its fighters have fled,” he told The Associated Press from Turkey, adding that he would return to Kobani on Tuesday.

    Kobani-based journalis Farshad Shami said the few civilians who remained had joined in the celebration. Most of the town of about 60,000 people had fled to Turkey to escape the fighting.

    Several U.S. officials said they couldn’t confirm that Kurdish fighters have gained full control of Kobani, but added that they have no reason to disbelieve the claims.

    A senior U.S. official said the Kurds controlled most of the town and have consolidated control particularly in the central and southern areas. The official said Islamic State militants still have a considerable presence in outlying areas around Kobani and are still putting up stiff resistance to the Kurds in those pockets outside it.

    U.S. Central Central Command estimates that 90 percent of Kobani is now controlled by Kurdish forces.

    Kurdish officials and activists said Kobani was entirely in Kurdish hands, with only sporadic fighting on the eastern outer edges where the militants retained some footholds.

    The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said fighters of the main Kurdish militia known as the People’s Protection Units, or YPG, where searching houses in the eastern suburbs of the town and dismantling and detonating bombs and booby-traps left behind.

    Capturing Kobani would have given the IS militants control of a border crossing with Turkey and open direct lines for their positions along the frontier. Now, it is a grave psychological loss for the extremist group, which has been dealt a series of military setbacks in both Syria and Iraq, particularly at the hands of the Kurds.

    Last month, Kurdish fighters in Iraq retook the strategic town of Sinjar that had been home to many of Iraq’s minority Yazidis.

    The focus is now expected to shift to several hundred villages around Kobani still held by the militants. Kurdish activists said they expected the fight for those to be easier than for the town itself.

    In September, Islamic State fighters began capturing about 300 Kurdish villages near Kobani and thrust into the town itself, occupying nearly half of it and sending tens of thousands of residents fleeing into Turkey.

    But the once-nondescript town with few resources quickly became a centerpiece of the international campaign against the Islamic State group. TV crews flocked to the Turkish side of the border and trained their cameras on the besieged town, plumes of smoke rising from explosions. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry declared it would be “morally very difficult” not to help Kobani.

    The U.S.-led air assault began Sept. 23, with Kobani the target of about a half-dozen daily airstrikes on average. More than 80 percent of all coalition airstrikes in Syria have been in or around the town.

    At one point in October, the U.S. air dropped bundles of weapons and medical supplies for Kurdish fighters — a first in the Syrian conflict. Dozens of Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga forces joined their brethren in Kobani, bringing in heavy weapons that neutralized the Islamic State group’s artillery advantage.

    By early January, more than 1,000 Islamic State fighters had been killed and much of its heavy weaponry destroyed. The group continued to invest in resources, bringing in hundreds of reinforcements. Activists said these included many teenagers and even children, signaling a shortage in its forces.

    The group made a last stand in the past few weeks, unleashing more than 35 suicide attacks in recent weeks, activists said. But the advancing Kurdish fighters could not be stopped.

    Nassan said coalition airstrikes intensified in recent days, helping the Kurds in their final push toward IS positions on the southern and eastern edges of Kobani.

    The U.S. Central Command said Monday it had carried out 17 airstrikes near Kobani in the last 24 hours that struck IS infrastructure and fighting positions.

    Shami, the Kurdish journalist, said the remaining IS militants in eastern Kobani vacated quickly, leaving behind fresh food and heavy weapons.

    “Their morale collapsed,” he said by telephone as celebratory gunfire echoed in the background.

    Gharib Hassou, a representative of Syria’s powerful Kurdish Democratic Union Party, or PYD, based in Southern Kurdistan, said most of the militants fled to the IS-controlled town of Tal Abyad to the east.

    “There are a lot of dead bodies … and they left some of the weapons,” he said.

    Rami Abdurrahman, director of the Observatory, also confirmed Kobani was entirely in Kurdish hands. He said the Kurdish force was led by Mohammed Barkhadan, the Kobani commander of the main Kurdish militia known as the People’s Protection Units, or YPG.

    Barkhadan, a well-known militia commander, led an offensive in 2013 that ousted Islamic militants from the northern Syrian town of Ras Ayn, Aburrahman said.

    Retired Marine Gen. John Allen, the U.S. envoy for the international coalition fighting the IS group, had predicted in November that Kobani would be a defeat for the extremists.

    The militant group “has, in so many ways, impaled itself on Kobani,” he said in an interview in Ankara with the Turkish daily Milliyet.

    There also was joy across the border in Turkey, where Kurds set off fireworks and performed a traditional folk dance to mark the victory by their brethren in predominantly Kurdish Kobani. In Istanbul, police used tear gas and pressurized water to break up pro-Kurdish demonstrations in the city.

    Shami said it was a triumph for the “entire world” that had come to Kobani’s rescue.

    “It is a historic victory, when a small town like Kobani defeats a formidable criminal force like Daesh,” he said.

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    Associated Press writers Lolita C. Baldor in Washington; Suzan Fraser in Ankara; and Bram Janssen in Irbil, Iraq, contributed to this report.

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    Follow Zeina Karam on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/zkaram.
    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/eadb9de030ec4237b2b6d9cec92c64a8/activists-kurds-islamic-state-group-nearly-out-kobani

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    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 02:36

    Kurds push Islamic State out of Kobani after four-month battle
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    BEIRUT/ISTANBUL Mon Jan 26, 2015 5:41pm EST

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    (Reuters) – Kurdish forces took control of the Syrian town of Kobani on Monday after driving out Islamic State fighters, a monitoring group and Syrian state media said, although Washington said the four-month battle was not yet over.

    Some Islamic State supporters took to Twitter to say the fight for Kobani, a focal point of the international struggle against the ultra-hardline Islamist group, was still raging.

    Islamist militants launched an assault on the predominantly Kurdish town last year, using heavy weapons seized in Iraq and forcing tens of thousands of locals into exile.

    The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) had retaken the town, close to the Turkish border, but were proceeding carefully in the eastern outskirts where Islamic State had planted mines before fleeing.

    “I can see the YPG flag flying over Kobani. There are the sounds of jets flying above,” said Tevfik Kanat, a Turkish Kurd who rushed to the border with hundreds of others, including refugees from Kobani, after hearing about the advance.

    “People are dancing and singing, there are fireworks. Everyone feels a huge sense of relief,” he said by telephone.

    The Islamic State still has fighters in hundreds of nearby villages, and called on supporters on Monday to target people in the West with whatever weapons they could lay their hands on.

    U.S.-led forces have carried out almost daily air strikes on Islamic State positions around the town, known as Ayn al-Arab in Arabic. It has been a frontline in the battle against the group that has captured expanses of Iraq and Syria and proclaimed an Islamic caliphate.

    “The people of Ayn al-Arab were able to expel the terrorist organization Daesh from their town and control it almost completely,” Syrian state news agency SANA said, citing local sources.

    The Pentagon said it could not declare the battle for Kobani over, but said the Kurds had the upper hand.

    “I am not prepared to say the battle there is won. The battle continues. But as of now, friendly forces … I believe, have the momentum,” spokesman Colonel Steve Warren said.

    U.S. Central Command said in a statement that anti-Islamic State forces controlled about 90 percent of Kobani.

    U.S. COORDINATION

    Photographs posted on social media showed male and female Kurdish fighters shaking hands and Kurdish flags flying over recaptured territory. Reuters could not immediately confirm the pictures’ authenticity.

    Some militant supporters denied there had been a retreat.

    “It is untrue (what) had been said in the media about the takeover … still fierce battles ongoing,” one tweeted.

    Months of fighting in Kobani prompted Iraqi Kurdish forces known as peshmerga to travel to Syria to support the YPG after the United States asked Ankara to let them join the battle.

    The struggle for Kobani is the only publicly declared example of U.S.-led forces closely coordinating militarily with a ground force to battle Islamic State.

    The United States says it wants to train and equip non-jihadist groups to fight Islamic State elsewhere in Syria, but fighters say there is uncertainty surrounding the plans.

    The recapture raises the question of what Islamic State will do next. Its fighters halted a westwards advance in the countryside north of Aleppo in September when it launched the offensive against Kobani.

    In the east of the country, the Syrian army and pro-government militia recaptured an area north of Deir al-Zor military air base from Islamic State fighters, killing at least 19 of them, the Observatory said.

    The airport is one of the last remaining government strongholds in eastern Syria and Islamic State has been trying to capture it for weeks. Government forces have held on to the base and parts of the provincial capital.

    In an audio clip posted online on Monday, Islamic State spokesman Abu Mohammad al-Adnani said supporters should attack Westerners with whatever weapons they had, “whether an improvised explosive device, bullets, a knife, car bomb or a fist”.

    “We repeat a call to followers in Europe and the infidel West to target the crusaders in their own lands and wherever they are,” he said, praising attacks in Paris, Ottawa and Sydney.

    (Additional reporting by Dasha Afanasieva in Istanbul, Ali Abdelaty and Mostafa Hashem in Cairo and Phil Stewart in Washington; Editing by Alison Williams and Crispian Balmer)

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/01/26/us-mideast-crisis-syria-kobani-idUSKBN0KZ1F920150126

  13. Rojpress
    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 09:55

    http://www.kurdistanukurd.com/ku/bonekan.php?id=145

    سەرکەوتنی کۆبانێ، جەژنی بەشەرییەتی ڕاساو لە وەحشیگەرییە

    2015-01-27 08:18:49

    کۆبانێش وێرانیی یەکە یەکەی ماڵ‌و بینایەکانی تەحەممول کرد، بەڵام تەسلیمی دڕندە خوێنخۆرەکانی داعش نەبوو. نەتەوەی کورد، شەهیدبوونی ڕۆڵەکانی لە خۆ دەگرێ بەڵام مل بۆ داگیرکرانی خاکەکەی بە هۆی داعش، لەشکری جەهل‌و جینایەت، نادا. هەر وەک ئیرادەی خۆڕاگری‌و کۆڵنەدان‌و تەسلیم نەبوون لە کۆبانێ سەرکەوت، لەسەرجەم شار‌و ناوچەکانی دیکەش لە جلەولاوە تا شەنگال، کورد بژاردەیەکی دیکە جگە لە سەرکەوتنی لە چارەنووسی خۆی‌دا قبووڵ نییە. ڕزگار بوونی کۆبانێ لە شەڕڤانان، لە هیزی پشتیوانی ئەوان هێزی پێشمەرگە، لەو خەڵکە بە جەرگەی کۆبانێ کە دوور‌و نزیک پارێزەران‌و بەرگریکارانی شار‌و ولاتی خۆیان لە نیو دڵ‌و باوەشیاندا پاراستوە‌و پشتیوانییان لێ کردون، لەوان و، لە هەموو نەتەوەی کورد پیرۆز بێ.

    با ئەو راستی یە لە بیر نەکەین لە شەڕ دژی داعش دا کورد تەنیا نیە. هێندێک وڵات بە ناردنی چەک‌و تەقەمەنی‌و پشتیوانیی هێزی هەوایی، بە دەنگی کوردەوە هاتوون. نیشاندانی سوپاس‌و پیزانین بەرامبەر هاوکاریی ئەوانیش لە جیی خۆی دایە. ئەگەر چی ئەو شەڕەی کورد دژی داعش دەیکا، شەڕ لە گەڵ هەرەشەیەکە بۆ سەر هەموو دنیا.
    لە راستی دا کۆبانێ ببووە حەیسییەتی سەدان هیز‌و لایەنی سیاسی‌و کۆمەلایەتیی پێشکەوتنخواز‌و دادپەروەری سەرانسەری جیهان. بۆیە ڕزگاربوونی کۆبانێ لە شەڕفرۆشی‌و هێرشی دڕندانە‌و گەمارۆی درێژخایەنی داعش، هەر تەنیا جەژنی کورد نییە. جێژنی بەشەرییەتی ڕاساو لە وەحشیگەرییە.
    سڵاو لە گیانی پاکی هەموو ئەو مرۆڤە خۆنەویستانەی سەربەرزی‌و نەچەمانی کۆبانێیان بە پێشکەشکردنی گیان‌و بەخشینی خوێنی خۆیان‌و بەشداری لەو خۆڕاگرییە حەماسییە درێژخایەنە‌دا، مسۆگەر کرد. نەخشە بێ لە هەموو شارو ناوچەیەک کە داگیرکراوی لەشکری جەهل‌و جینایەتن،جا ئەم لەشکرە چ سەر بە گرووپی دەوڵەتی ئیسلامی (داعش) بن،چ سەر بە ماکەی بەرهەمهێنانی عەقڵیەتی داعشیانە‌و دەسەڵاتی جەهەننەمی واتە ڕێژیمە شوومەکەی ئێران، کۆماری ئیسلامی .بەو هیوایەی هەر وا کە کارەساتەکانی ئەم یەک ساڵەی ڕابرد، بوون بە هۆی هاوپێوەندی‌و یەکگرتوویی نەتەوەیی ڕۆڵەکانی کورد لە هەموو بەشەکانی کوردستان، ئەم سەرکەوتنە‌و سەرکەوتنەکانی داهاتووش، هاندەری تەبایی‌و هاوکاری لە نێو هێزە سیاسییەکانی بەشە جیاجیاکانی کوردستان‌و، بەهیزکەری یەکدڵی‌و یەکڕیزی لە نێو رۆلەکانی نەتەوەی کورد لە سەرانسەری کوردستان‌و، هەموو جێیەکی دنیا بێت.

    وەک چـۆن کـــۆبانــێ ئـــازادە
    کوردستان پێـی دڵی شــــادە

    شەنگال هاکا تۆش ڕەها بـووی
    تـەمی خەمێ بەدەست بـا دە

    بـا کیژی (وان) خۆی لە گوڵ دا
    ڕزگاربــووی دی، مــەهـــابــادە

  14. Rojpress
    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 09:56

    دەفتەری سیاسیی حیزبی دێمۆکراتی کوردستانی ئێران، بە بڵاوکردنەوەی بەیاننامەیەکی نووسراو، پیرۆزبایی ڕزگارکردنی #کۆبانێ کرد.
    دەقی بەیاننامەکە بەم شێوەیە:

    “خەبەری سەركەوتنی شەڕڤانانی كورد ‌و هێزی پێشمەرگە بەسەر هێزی تیرۆر ‌و دژی مرۆڤایەتیی دەوڵەتی ئیسلامی (داعش) لە شاری كۆبانێ ‌‌و پاككردنەوەی ئەو شارەی كوردستان لەو هێزە تاوانكارە، خۆشی خستە دڵی هەموو كوردێكی نیشتمانپەروەر ‌و ئازادیخوازەوە.

    بە بۆنەی ئەو سەركەوتنە مەزن ‌و گرنگە، پیرۆزبایی خۆمان پێشكەش بە سەرۆكایەتی هەرێم، هاوپەیمانان، پێشمەرگە ‌و شەڕڤانانی خۆراگری مەیدانی شەڕە حیماسییەكانی كۆبانێ‌، كەس‌و كاری شەهیدەكانی ئەو شەڕە خوێناوییە ‌و هەموو ئەو لایەنانە دەكەین كە لە دەستەبەر كردنی ئەو دەسكەوتە گەورەیەدا دەوریان گێڕاوە.

    ئاواتمانە ئەو سەركەوتنە سەرەتای سەركەوتنی یەكجاری ‌و خێرای هێزی پێشمەرگە بەسەر تیرۆریستەكانی دەوڵەتی ئیسلامی(داعش) لە هەموو خاكی كوردستان بێت.”

    حیزبی دێموكراتی كوردستانی ئێران
    دەفتەری سیاسی
    ٧ی رێبەندانی ساڵێ ١٣٩٣ی هەتاوی
    ٢٧ی ژانوویەی ساڵی ٢٠١٥ی زایینی
    ….
    وێنە: کوردستان میدیا

  15. Rojpress
    27 كانونی دووه‌م 2015 له‌ 18:18

    KCK: Kobanê serkeftina Kurdistanê û Rojhilata Navîn e
    27.01.2015 15:07 Polîtîka, Sernûçe
    NAVENDA NÛÇEYAN – Hevserokatiya Konseya Rêveber a KCK’ê destnîşan kir ku serketina Kobanê bi tenê serketina gelê Kobanê û Rojava nîn e, serketina çar parçeyên Kurdistanê, serketina tevahiya gelên Rojhilata Navîn û Cîhanê ye.
    Hevserokatiya Konseya Rêveber a KCK’ê derbarê rizgarkirina Kobanê de daxuyaniyek weşand. Di daxuyaniyê de rizgarkirina Kobanê hate pîrozkirin û wiha hate gotin: “Bajarê Kobanê ji faşîzma DAIŞ’ê hatiye paqijkirin. Rizgariya bajarê Kobanê li tevahiya gelê Kurdisatnê, gelên Rojhilata Navîn û mirovahiyê pîroz be. Rizgarbûna Kobanê di salvegera duyemîn a ragihandina kantonê de, ji bo gelê me bûye mizgîniyeke mezin. Bi vî rengî ji tevahiya cîhanê re hatiye ragihandin ku xweseriya kantonal a Rojava xwedî wê hêzê ye ku dikare parastina xwe ya cewherî bike û hilnaweşe.
    Em şehîdên leheng ên Kobanê rizgar kirine bi minetdarî bibîr tînin, gaziyên berxwedanê yên rûmeta vê serketinê ne bi hezkirin û rêzdariyê silav dikin. Em bawerin ku sekna bi rûmet û berxwedêr a malbatên şehîd û gaziyan, wê bi azadiya gelê Kurd tacîdar bibe. Gerîlayên leheng ên YPJ û YPG’ê yên bajarê Kobanê rizgar kirin, bi berxwedana xwe ya li Kobanê re nîşan dan ku ne tenê şervanên gelê Kurd in, şervanên demokrasî û azadiyê yên tevahiya gelên Rojhilata Navîn û cîhanê ne.”
    ‘ŞOREŞGERÊN ENTERNASYONALÎST JÎ LI BER XWE DAN’
    KCK’ê diyar kir ku li Kobanê ne tenê Kurdan şer kirin û got, “Şervanên Tirk, Ereb, Fars, Ewropî û Amerîkî jî li ber xwe dan. Di serî de Paramaz 3 MLKP’yî, Kader Ortakaya ku jineke sosyalîst a Tirkiyeyî bû, şervanê YPG’ê yê Farsî û pêşmergeyekî ji Başûrê Kurdistanê şehîd ketin. Ji gelên cuda bi dehan berxwedêr birîndar bûn. Em van berxwedêrên enternasyonalîst ên di vê berxwedana mezin de can û xwîna xwe dan, bi mînet û rêzdarî bibîr tînin.”
    ‘BERXWEDANA KOBANÊ BERXWEDANA MIROVAHIYÊ YE’
    KCK’ê got, “Bêguman serketina Kobanê serketina bi tenê ya gelê Kobanê û Rojava nîne; serketina çar parçeyên Kurdistanê, gelên Rojhilata Navîn û Cîhanê ye” û ev xal destnîşan kir: “Ciwanên ji çar parçeyên Kurdistanê hatin û li nava refên YPG û YPJ’ê cih girtin, di serketina vê berxwedanê de roleke mezin lîstine. Di serî de gelê Bakurê Kurdistanê, gelê Rojhilat û Başûrê Kurdistanê jî destekeke mezin dane û di serketina vê têkoşînê de roleke mezin lîstine. Bi taybetî çalakiyên 6-9’ê Cotmehê yên li Bakurê Kurdistanê û parçeyên din ên Kurdistanê yên ji bo destekkirina Berxwedana Kobanê, di serketina Kobanê de roleke diyarker lîstine.
    Berxwedana Kobanê ji destpêkê ve li dijî faşîzma DAI’ê bûye berxwedana mirovahiyê. Gelê Tirkiyeyê, li dijî dijminatiya AKP’ê ya li Şoreşa Rojava û Kobanê derketine û destekeke mezin dane vê berxwedanê. Desteka gelên Tirkiye û Rojhilata Navîn di 1’ê Mijdarê de veguheriyeke desteka cîhanê. Bi vê destekê re Berxwedana Kobanê hêzeke mezin a moralê ya ji bo serketinê bi dest xistiye. Ji ber vê yekê serketina Berxwedana Kobanê serketina berxwedana tevahiya mirovahiyê ye. Mirovahiyê di şerê navxweyî yê Spanyayê, şerê duyemîn ê cîhanê de piştevaniya da eniya demokrasiyê ya li dijî faşîzmê û desteka xwe ya da gelê Vîetnameê, di Berxwedana Kobanê de jî nîşan daye. Berxwedana Kobanê hemû sosyalîst, tevgerên li dijî sîstemê, hêzên demokrasiyê, jin û ciwanên li her cihî bi ruhê azadiyê li ber xwe didin li dora xwe civandiye, ji bo hemû gelan veguheriye hêviya demokrasî û azadiyê. Piştî ku li tevahiya cîhanê mirovahî rabû ser piyan, di demeke ku Berxwedana Kobanê veguherî rûmeta mirovahiyê de bi zexta gelên xwe re hêzên navneteweyî bi êrîşên balafiran cihê xwe li cem vê berxwedanê girtine. Di encama zexta “Ji Kobanê re korîdorê veke” ya tevahiya mirovahiyê li hemberî dewleta Tirk kir de, hêza pêşmerge ya ji du tabûran derbasî Rojava bû û cihê xwe li cem berxwedanê girt. Berxwedana lehengî ya şervanên YPG û YPJ’ê bi gelê Kobanê re nîşan da, mîna di 2. Şerê Cîhanê de hat dîtin, eniyeke berfireh a demokrasiyê derxist holê û li dijî faşîzma DAIŞ’ê bû sembol û pêşengê berxwedana mirovahiyê.”
    ‘BERXWEDANA KOBANÊ RASTIYA KURDISTANA NÛ ROJHILATA NÛ DERXIST HOLÊ’
    KCK’ê da xuyakirin ku Berxwedana Kobanê bi serketina xwe re hem rewşa têkneçûyînê ya Şoreşa Rojava nîşan da hem jî bû bingeha xurt a damezrandina Sûriyeya Demokratîk û got, “Berxwedana Kobanê, bingeha siyasî, leşkerî û civakî ya avakirina Sûriyeya demokratîk a nû derxistiye holê û şerê li Sûriyeyê xetimî û qirêj bûye, derxistiye asteke nû. Êdî şerê li Sûriyeyê wê bi Sûriyeya demokratîk bi encam bibe. Bi lêgerînên siyasî yên nû re wê şerê qirêj bi dawî bibe û hewldanên ji bo afirandina Sûriyeya demokratîk wê xurtir bibin.
    Berxwedana Kobanê wê ne tenê li Sûriyeyê encamên şoreşgerî demokratîk ên mezin derxîne holê, wê hem di pêkanîna yekîtiya Kurdan de rolê bilîze, hem jî bi avakirina yekîtiya demokratîk a hêzên demokrasiyê yên li Rojhilata Navîn re rê li ber bilindkirina Têkoşîna Azadiyê veke. Berxwedana Kobanê rastiya Kurdistana nû û Rojhilata Navîn a nû derxistiye holê. Êdî wê nirxên Şoreşa Rojava rê nîşanî pêşketinên li Kurdistanê û Rojhilata Navîn bidin. Li ser bingeha Berxweana Kobanê û Xweseriya Rojava pêkhatina Sûriyeya demokratîk, wê rêxistinbûyîn û nasnameyeke siyasî ya nû ya Rojhilata Navîn derxîne holê. Siyaseta li Rojhilata Navîn xetimiye wê bi lêgerîna siyasî ya demokratîk vebe, li ser bingeha xweserî û azadiya hemû civatên olî û etnîkî wê dîrokeke nû ya Rojhilata Navîn bê nivîsandin.”
    ‘VEGUHERÎ HÊVIYA GELÊN ROJHILATA NAVÎN’
    Hevserokatiya Konseya Rêveber a KCK’ê di dewama daxuyaniya xwe de got, “Berxwedana Kobanê, di serî de dewleta Tirk bûye şerekî li dijî paşverûtiya Rojhilata navîn. Di taliyê de yên têk çûn hemû hêzên despot û paşverû yên herêmê yên li dijî Kurdan e, ku li benda ketina Kobanê bûn. Careke din îspat bûye ku li cihekî hêvî lê winda nebûye, bawerî veguheriye vînê, bi derfetên gelekî kêm jî serketinên mezin dikarin bi dest bikevin. Berxwedana Kobanê bi vê karaktera xwe re wê ji niha û pê ve li kîjan devera cîhanê dibe bila bibe, ji hemû hêzên demokrasî, azadî û berxwedêran re bibe çavkaniya hêz û îlhamê. Hemû berxwedan wê karakterên xwe yên têkneçûnê ji ruhê Berxwedana Kobanê werbigirin. Ji xwe Kobanê bi berxwedana xwe ya mezin re, ji îro ve cihê xwe di nava çavkaniyên hêzê û sembolên mezin ên berxwedanê yên dîrokê, girtiye. Kobanêya têknaçe, wê ji niha û pê ve jî weke Rojava ya têk naçe, Şoreşa Kurdistanê ya têk naçe, rola xwe bilîze.
    Ji ber ku Kobanê deriyê azadiyê ye, hat xwestin ku ev derî were şikandin û Rojhilata Navîn veguhere tarîtiya faşîzmê. Lewma hemû paşverûyên herêmê li dijî hêzên demokrasiyê bûn yek û ji bo afirandina Rojhilata Navîn a bi serdestiya faşîzmê, dest bi şer kirin. Lê belê bi Berxwedana Kobanê re, faşîzma li ser navê hemû paşverûtiya herêmê şerê wekaletê dimeşan têk çû, hesreta jiyaneke azad û demokratîk veguherî hêviya tevahiya gelên Rojhilata Navîn. Bi rizgariya Kobanê re hêviya gelan zêde bûye. Bi Berxwedana Kobanê re dîroka demokrasî û azadiyê ya Rojhilata Navîn destpê kiriye. Têkoşîna ji niha û pê ve wê were wateya nivîsandina serketina hêviyê.
    Berxwedana Kobanê ji niha û pê ve wê ne tenê hêzê bide gelên li dijî DAIŞ’ê li ber xwe didin, hemû tevgerên civakî û berxwedêr wê ji vê berxwedanê hêzê werbigirin. Rizgariya Kobanê, wê têkoşîna rizgariya Şengalê bi lezîne. Êdî wê zehmet be ku DAIŞ xwe li Şengalê bigire. Şengal jî mîna Kobanê wê kolan bi kolan, gund bi gund bê rizgarkirin. Bêguman heta ku paşverûtî li Rojhilata Navînb i temamî têk biçe û Rojhilata Navîn a demokratîk were afirandin, DAIŞ têk biçe jî wê DAIŞ’eke nû derkeve pêşberî têkoşîna demokrasî û azadiyê ya gelan. Lê belê piştî Berxwedana Kobanê, Berxwedana Şengalê, berxwedana li Başûrê Kurdistanê û serketina Berxwedana Rojava, mîna DAIŞ’ê wê hêzên faşîst ên nû jî mehkûmî têkçûnê bin. Ji ber ku hêzên şoreşger wê heta demokratîkbûyîna Rojhilata Navîn têkoşîna xwe bi biryardarî dewam bikin.”
    ‘WÊ JI XWELIYÊN XWE JI NÛ VE BÊ AFIRANDIN’
    Daxuyaniya KCK’ê bi van gotinan bi dawî bû: “Berxwedana Kobanê, bi berdêlên giran re ber bi serketina rizgaririna gundan ve diçe. Lê belê her çend ev serketin bi dayîna berdêlên giran pêk hatibe jî, bi desteka hemû hêzên şoreşger ên li Kobanê faşîzma DAIŞ’ê têk bir û mirovahiya demokratîk, wê Kobanêyeke nû ji xweliyên xwe ji nû ve were afirandin. Kobanê wê bi awayekî hîn bedewtir û mîna abîdeyeke berxwedanê ronahiya azadî û demokrasiyê bide Rojhilata Navîn.
    Em hemû hêzên di vê serketina salvegera damezrandina Kantona Kobanê de rol lîstin careke din pîroz dikin, bang li tevahiya gelê Kurdistanê û gelên Rojhilata Navîn dikin ku vê serketinê li her deverê pîroz bikin û bi coşeke mezin têkoşîna demokrasî û azadiyê ya gelên Rojhilata Navîn bilind bikin.”
    http://ku.hawarnewsagency.com/kck-kobane-serkeftina-kurdistane-u-rojhilata-navin-e/

    دەقی بەیاننامەکە:
    سه‌رکه‌وتنی کۆبانێ له‌ نه‌ته‌وه‌که‌مان و دۆستان و دلسۆزانی ئه‌م نه‌ته‌وه‌یه‌ پیرۆزبێ
    پاش 133ڕۆژ خۆڕاگریی جانانه‌ی شه‌ڕڤانان و هێزی پێشمه‌رگه‌ له‌ شاری کۆبانێ له‌ به‌رامبه‌ر هێرشه‌کانی چه‌کدارانی گرووپی تیرۆریستیی داعش بۆ سه‌ر ئه‌م شاره‌، سه‌رئه‌نجام رۆژی 26ی ژانویه‌، کۆبانێ له‌ گه‌مارۆ و په‌لاماری داعش ڕزگار کرا.
    کۆبانێ و خه‌ڵکه‌ خۆراگره‌که‌ی، ڕۆژانی زۆر سه‌خت و پڕ مه‌ترسییان تێپه‌ڕ کرد، ئه‌وان زۆرترین وێرانی و زیاترین ئاواره‌ییان به‌ خۆیانه‌وه‌ دیت. ته‌نانه‌ت به‌شێکی به‌رچاوی ئه‌و شاره‌ بۆ ماوه‌یه‌ک له‌ لایه‌ن چه‌کدارانی داعشه‌وه‌، داگیر کرا. کۆبانێ چه‌ند جارێکیش له‌ سنووری ده‌ستبه‌سه‌رداگیرانی به‌ ته‌واوی له‌ لایه‌ن داعشه‌وه‌، نزیک بۆوه‌.به‌ڵام له‌ هه‌مووی ئه‌و ڕۆژ و شه‌و و ساتانه‌دا، دڵی رۆڵه‌کانی نه‌ته‌وه‌ی کورد له‌هه‌موو به‌شه‌کانی کوردستان و له‌ هه‌ر جێگایه‌کی جیهان، له‌ گه‌ڵ خۆڕاگریی پڕ سه‌روه‌ریی کۆبانێ و کۆبانێپارێزان دابوو. کۆبانێ به‌ هۆی ئه‌م خۆڕاگرییه‌ جێی شانازییه‌ی خه‌لکه‌که‌ی و ڕۆڵه‌کانی به‌رامبه‌ر تیرۆریستان و جه‌هاله‌ت پاریزان ، بوو به‌ ڕه‌مز و هێمایه‌ک که‌ ته‌عبیری له‌ به‌ره‌نگاریی نێوان رووناکی و تاریکی،ژیان و مردن، پێشکه‌وتن و جه‌هاله‌ت، خێر و شه‌ر و، مرۆڤایه‌تی ودڕنده‌یی ده‌کرد. هه‌ر ئه‌مه‌ش وای کرد که‌ شه‌پۆلێکی جیهانی له‌ هاوپێوه‌ندی و پشتیوانیی مرۆڤایه‌تیی دادپه‌روه‌ر و پێشکه‌وتنخواز، هێزێکی گوشار‌ بۆ سه‌ر هاوپه‌یمانانی ‌ شه‌ڕی دژه‌ تیرۆر و وڵاتانی ناوچه‌ که‌ به‌ بیته‌فاوه‌تی و که‌مته‌رخه‌میه‌وه‌ سه‌یری په‌لاماری داعش بۆ سه‌ر ئه‌م شاره‌یان ده‌کرد، وه‌رێ بکه‌وێ. به‌ خۆشییه‌وه‌ گوشاره‌کان و هه‌وڵه‌کان له‌ کوردستان و له‌ ده‌ره‌وه‌ڕا، ده‌سکه‌وتیان هه‌بوو. هێرشی ئاسمانیی فرۆکه‌ شه‌ڕکه‌ره‌کانی ولاتانی رۆژاوا بۆ سه‌ر سه‌نگه‌ره‌کانی تیرۆریستانی داعش و، ڕێگه‌ پێدان به‌ چوونی هێزی پێشمه‌رگه‌ و چه‌کی قورس له‌ هه‌رێمی کوردستانه‌وه‌ بۆ کۆبانێ، دوو له‌و ده‌سکه‌وتانه‌ بوون که‌ ڕۆڵێکی گرنگیان له‌ سه‌رخستنی خۆراگریی جێی شانازیی کۆبانی دا هه‌بوو.
    حیزبی دیموکراتی کوردستان، به‌ بۆنه‌ی ڕزگاربوونی کۆبانێ له‌ داگیرکاری و په‌لاماری وێرانکه‌رانه‌ی داعش، گه‌رمترین پیرۆزبایی پێشکه‌شی کچان و کوڕانی شه‌رڤان، هیزی پێشمه‌رگه‌ی کوردستان، خه‌ڵکی خۆڕاگی کۆبانێ و تێکڕای هێزه‌ خه‌باتکاره‌کان و خه‌ڵکی رۆژاوای کوردستان ده‌کا. له‌ کاتێک دا سڵاو ده‌نێرین بۆ گیانی هه‌موو ئه‌و شه‌هیدانه‌ی له‌ به‌رپه‌رچدانه‌وه‌ی هێرشی تیرۆریستان بۆ سه‌ر نیشتمانه‌که‌یان دا گیانیان به‌خت کرد، هیوا ده‌خوازین که‌ کۆبانێ و هه‌موو گوند و ناوچه‌ ئازادکراوه‌کان، به‌ هه‌وڵ و پشتیوانیی هه‌موو لایه‌ک، به‌ زوویی ئاوه‌دانی و بنیاتنانه‌وه‌ به‌ خۆیانه‌وه‌ ببینن. هه‌ر له‌م کاته‌ دا هیوادارین سه‌رکه‌وتنی کۆبانێ ببێته‌ هه‌وێنی سه‌رکه‌وتن له‌ به‌ره‌کانی شه‌ڕی دژ به‌ داعش له‌ سه‌رجه‌م ناوچه‌ داگیرکراوه‌کانی ڕۆژاوا و باشووری کوردستان.
    جارێکی دیکه‌ سه‌رکه‌وتنی کۆبانێ له‌ هه‌موو ڕۆڵه‌کانی نه‌ته‌وه‌که‌مان و دۆستان و دلسۆزانی ئه‌م نه‌ته‌وه‌یه‌ پیرۆز.
    حیزبی دیموکراتی کوردستان
    ده‌فته‌ری سیاسی
    27/01/2015
    7ی رێبه‌ندانی 1393

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