Hawar news agency (ANHA) interviewed with the co-chair of Interior Body, Ali Hijo, talked about the repercussions of the Turkish threats on the region and its impact on security and stability in the region and the world, where the eradication campaigns against Daesh mercenaries have not ended yet, and thousands of Daesh detainees are still in AA's prisons.
He pointed out that the Turkish state has ambitions in the areas of AA, to revive the project of the Ottoman Empire and repeatedly threatened to attack areas of north and east of Syria.
"The Turkish state threats under pretexts that could be danger on its national security, knowing that there have been no violations by the administration of its borders, and its threat stems from its fear of the democratic nation's project."
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan threatened AA areas with launching a military operation and attacking the area on July 15, followed by military actions on the border, which aroused wide popular condemnation from the people of the region.
He stressed that the victory over Daesh militarily and elimination of Daesh it was a fatal blow to the government of the Justice and Development Party, the main supporter of terrorism in the world and that Turkey sees security and stability in areas of AA a threat against them, and the occasional threats in trying to revive Daesh renewed and revitalizing its sleeping cells in the region.
He explained that the areas of AA are witnessing a state of security and stability after liberation from terrorism, pointing out that "any attack on them will lead to security chaos, and it is possible that it is difficult to control the thousands of mercenaries in our prisons."
The co-chair of Interior Body in Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria, Ali Hijo, condemned the Turkish threats to the administration areas, calling for dialogue as an alternative to military threats, stressing that they will defend the region and its people with all their strength in the face of any attack.
During its military campaign against Daesh, the Syrian Democratic Forces arrested over 900 IS' elements from more than 50 different nationalities, as well as thousands of their families in the camps.
Al-Hol camp alone has more than 10,437 displaced women and children of Deash, hundreds of them in Ain Issa camp and Roj camp.
The Commander-in-Chief of Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Abdi, said that they would withdraw their troops, who are fighting in al-Raqqa and Deir-ez-Zor to the Turkish border if Turkey launched any attack on the region, which may grant Daesh the chance to re-gather its power again.
Officials in the region also warn of the possibility of losing control of the thousands of mercenaries who are being held in detention centers of AA in north Syria if Turkey launched any attack on the area, which could threaten the whole world.