It is as I have said for years: the U.S. should reconfigure its international alliances to deal realistically with the jihad threat, getting closer to nations that also face that threat, and ending the sham alliance with jihad-promoting states such as Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Turkey. Turkey is, as it has shown here, in no sense an ally. The pretense benefits the U.S. not at all.
Turkey has decided to knock the U.S. via its state news agency by leaking out secret details of U.S. troop locations in northern Syria.
Anadolu news agency published a list of 10 U.S. military installations in northern Syria and even included details about the number of troops in specific areas, which is a shocking move for a NATO ally, The Daily Beast reports.
Two of the bases were already known. Some other locations had previously leaked out through a news agency in Iran, but Turkey compiled all of the information and put it out on blast through Anadolu Tuesday via its English language site.
A spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve asked The Daily Beast not to publish base details from the Anadolu news agency….