Turkey justified its action under Article 51 of the U.N. Charter, which covers an individual or collective right to self-defense against armed attack.
Like thieves in the night US forces withdrew from their positions, without explanation, processes, discussions, or leaving behind people to monitor the area.
Last week the Saudi Arabian Football Federation announced that the Saudi national team will play against the Palestinian team as part of the World Cup Asian qualifiers.
The PA security forces withdrew from the camp without making any arrests.
"The SDF stopped the anti-ISIS operations because it's impossible to carry out any operation while you are being threatened by a large army right on the northern border," said Kurdish sources.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, announcing the start of the action, said the aim was to eliminate what he called a "terror corridor" on Turkey's southern border.
Critics fear the move will open the way for a Turkish strike on Kurdish-led forces long allied with Washington who have led the fight against the Islamic State militant group in Syria.
The convention, which is to be held by the JINSA, will discuss the new developments regarding Syria.
“Iran is not a theoretical enemy."
Results are expected on Oct. 19. If neither Ashraf Ghani nor Abdullah Abdullah wins over half the votes, a runoff would take place.
US plans to depart as Ankara is seen preparing to clear border area of ‘terrorist’ forces
The attacks come after the US announced that it would withdraw from Syria as Turkey prepares for a military operation to create a "safe zone" in northern Syria.
"Well known Iranian Kurdish singer, Mohsen Lorestani was charged with ‘corruption on earth’ by a court in Tehran for posting ‘immoral’ content on social media."
"The irony is that they want to challenge and threaten the world and then ask it for help and money."
"There is a real war with America in Iraq. They want to prevent the Iraqi people from being similar to the Iranian revolutionists and to stop the PMF from defending its country."
An erratic Washington, even one that appears more pro-Israel than previous administration, leaves more questions than answers. Israel’s enemies exploit that kind of uncertainty.
"The Kurds fought with us, but were paid massive amounts of money and equipment to do so. They have been fighting Turkey for decades," Trump said in a series of tweets.
The government has agreed to increase subsidized housing for the poor, stipends for the unemployed and training programs and loan initiatives for youth.
The White House looks at the overall picture in eastern Syria, not as one in which the US fought and sacrificed alongside Kurdish partner forces, but as a simple transactional issue.
They discussed "challenges facing the Gulf Arab region and repercussions on the stability and security of its countries ... and efforts to confront them," state news agency WAM reported.