The Israeli-allied AANES (Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria) finds itself in a constant conflict situation with Erdogan who no doubt would want to occupy the entire AANES-held territory, yet he cannot because the TAF (Turkish Armed Forces) are held back by the Israeli-allied Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet deep state domestic intelligence apparatus. This must be immensely frustrating for the neo-Ottoman irredentist Mr. Erdogan who for some reason is eager to annex Syria, but this is the reality.
The AANES is hemmed in on all sides and is landlocked. None of its neighbors are allies. In order to survive is it essential for the AANES to take control over Syria and reach the Mediterranean Sea. Only this way can the AANES be ensured regular supplies of unlimited armaments of all kinds to defend the country. It is a strategic imperative to liberate the western flank of the Khomeinist empire and Israel must end the regimes of the northern Levant that sponsor the lethal Hezbollah terrorist organization that will threaten Israel’s very existence if its hostile projectile buildup continues.
A joint IDF-SDF operation in Lebanon and Syria after Hezbollah’s attempt to destroy the city of Tel Aviv in late 2022 or early 2023 after Israel’s destruction of the Iranian nuclear weapons program would involve Israel establishing an Aramean Christian state (Aram) and annexing Median Jewish (Alawite and Druze) regions of Syria and Lebanon while the AANES would annex the remainder of Lebanon to Syria. The SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces), the army of the AANES, would liberate Syria with IAF (Israeli Air Force) air support. The liberation of Syria would be significantly accelerated if the US were to equip the SDF with heavy weapons, particularly tanks and artillery and that would very much shorten the course of the war as the US since 1973 has seen it as a US interest to shorten Israel’s wars.
The liberation of Syria would create a liberated area spanning from Beirut to the Iranian border in effectively breaking the territorial isolation of Kurdistan. This would also allow the KRG to arm itself against Iran. There would be a new Israel-Aram-Syria-Kurdistan axis. A no-fly zone over Iran would lead to armed rebellions in the ethnic periphery with the resulting establishment of KRG-style autonomous regional governments around Persia, de facto independent from Tehran, which would lose control over half of Iran’s population. With the Syrian, Iraqi and Iranian sections of Kurdistan free and Free Kurdistan having access to the sea through Syria would there no longer be any obstacle to independence in half of Kurdistan, a long-term Israeli project since 1958 indeed. Independent Kurdistan would be a good neighbor of Turkey which once the Derin Devlet is back in full control should provide full autonomy to its Kurdish and Zaza regions and thus resolve the Kurdish question and bring peace to the country.