Forty to fifty Americans are fighting with Kurdish forces against ISIS–
Retired US Marine Jordan Matson joined the YPG Kurdish fighters to fight ISIS in September 2014.
Jordan told Greta Van Susteren in February that there are 40-50 Americans fighting with Kurdish forces against ISIS.
He also said the Kurds are very hospitable to Christians and Yazidis.
British ex-soldiers are also fighting with Kurdish forces against the Islamic State.
James Hughes, 26, and Jamie Read, 24, are fighting alongside other foreign volunteers with the Kurdish People’s Protection Units.
This week Obama gave a green light to Turkey to bomb the Kurds.
Turkish jets struck camps belonging to Kurdish militants in northern Iraq this weekend. This was Turkey’s first strike on the Kurds since a 2013 peace deal.
Americans and British soldiers are fighting with Kurds against ISIS.
Though President Barack Obama is currently on a trip to his father’s home country of Kenya, it’s doubtful he’ll be getting together for a family pot-luck with his older half-brother, Malik.
According to the Boston Globe’s Farah Stockman, the relationship between the Obama brothers has soured since then 25-year-old Barack, “began his search for the Kenyan family members he’d never met” back in 1986.
Malik — who has attempted a political career of his own in his home province — said in a recent interview that after failing to provide money for a family member’s funeral, it’s clear that POTUS “doesn’t want anything to do with” his Kenyan family members. “He’s not an honest man,” said the elder Obama. “It’s a big humiliation.
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that a federal judge warned the State Department that it will “have to answer for” any destruction of Hillary Clinton email records. U. S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras made the statement at a July 9, 2015 status conference concerning a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act lawsuit for records about the State Department vetting of then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s potential conflicts of interest (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:15-cv-00688)). The transcript of the July 9 court hearing is available here.
At the hearing, attorney Chris Fedeli pressed Judicial Watch’s concerns about the preservation of records, especially email records that were not part of the 55,000 pages of records turned over by Mrs. Clinton to the State Department late last year.
In response, Judge Contreras said he was also “concerned” about the preservation of these records: