Influence of Kurds in Syria and Iraq compounded the pressure on Erdogan

Raise the successes achieved by the Kurds in Syria and Iraq concern Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who increased internal fears after a failed coup attempt on July 15.
There is no doubt that the control of Syria's Kurds, a US-backed, on the city Manbej and expel them Daash send negative signals to Ankara that the dream of the Kurdish region in Syria is not far away, and that they should get used to the fait accompli of a new international and satisfaction.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Syrian democratic forces that are trying to regulate output Daash fighters from the Syrian city of Manbej Saturday managed to "control almost entirely" on the city. The People's Protection Units largest Kurdish influential power in Syria democratic forces. Campaign was launched two months ago with the support of US special forces to expel Daash from another part is controlled by the Syrian-Turkish border. Shirvan said Darwish, spokesman junta Manbej is allied with Syria, the democratic forces fighting was still going on, but 90 percent of the city became free of the militant group. He said the Syrian Observatory, which is based in Britain, "combing operations are still continuing in the pockets of the city center and the northern section of the city center where he is still organizing elements of the Islamic State Mtuaren areas of the city center." Observers pointed out that the bet the West, and the United States in particular, the Kurds are the result of Erdogan's policies in Syria, and a private parking Ankara behind militant groups raise international doubts about their relevance to al Qaeda and Daash Almsnaftin terrorist groups. Syria's Kurds and proved that they are organized and powerful entity that can be bet in the global war on terrorism after the control of the Manbej, just as they succeeded in expelling Daash from Ain Arab (Kobani) over a year ago. It seemed the insistence of the Turkish President to exclude Syria's Kurds to face Daash like is designed to relieve pressure on the armed groups and make it a key player in any solution, not only to the concerns of his country from escalating Kurdish influence, which led to disputes with the United States that put the priority of fighting terrorism condition any political solution. Erdogan and finds himself in a similar situation to what happened with the former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, who was unable to accommodate the Kurds to become in the post-paper external pressure on Baghdad. Observers believe that the margin of maneuver for Turkey to counter the influence of the Kurds has become limited, it has become their rise as a regional power has the confidence of Western powers fait accompli, noting that the Iraqi Kurds have become great confidence in themselves politically and as a fighting force have proved their efficiency in the face of Daash. Turks nor now can Achtbkoa with them without incurring the wrath of the West. With the rise of the aspirations of the Kurds' democratic Syria, "Turkey's Kurds find that their turn has come. Instead of Iraqi Kurdistan on its borders you will find Ankara Kurdistan Syria and then perhaps a greater Kurdistan. The Ankara is seeking to establish a buffer zone inside the Syrian border to contain the tendency of Syrian Kurds to establish an independent province, but this effort was met with outright rejection of Russia, and implied from the United States, which were anxious that this region represents an outlet for the infiltration of foreign fighters into Syria. Syria's Kurds and seeks to exploit the current situational and the need for both Russia and the United States is an important ally in Syria, to achieve the gains have always dreamed of accomplishing such as the composition self-region. Russia announced later that it stands firmly alongside the Kurds after the strained relationship with Turkey after the overthrow of one of Popeye on the Syrian-Turkish border in November last year, and waved to recognize the Kurdish province after the meeting, Saleh Muslim, head of the Democratic Union Mikhail Bogdanov representative of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. Observers do not expect that the Turkish president's visit to Moscow this week to succeed in changing the Russian position towards him and towards the Kurds. According to various reports that Russia, which welcomed the letter of apology from Erdogan is still skeptical about his desire to normalize the relationship between the two countries, which is linked to change its position on what is happening in Syria and review its support for militant groups. Turkish President, as well as failure, to coax the Kurds of Iraq, although it has sought to support them in their struggle with the central government. Iraqi Kurdistan does not hide his bias for Syrian Kurds and Turkey, it had been initiated by Massoud Barzani, president of Iraq's Kurdistan region to Turkey's demand to stop aerial bombardments on the Turkish PKK sites on the territory under its control.