The Wall Will Fall

selma map

13th January 2016

This is a report from a Latakia resident on the recent recapture of the strategic hill town of Selma:

“Selma is a very  small village on the Turkish-Syrian border, just 1 hour drive North East from Latakia.  With good hiking shoes you could walk to Turkey, and there was never any border fence, or guards or anything to prevent the free movement between Syria and Turkey at the location.
The local, native population of Selma numbered in the dozens.  They were mainly Syrian citizens of Kurdish ancestry.  They  were not Turkman.  Selma was strictly Sunni Muslim.    Selma was not a famous place, or even a pretty place, or even a scenic place.  Selma’s claim to fame was the fact it got cool evening breezes, coming in from the North and East, during t he HOT and HUMID summers in Latakia  (June-October).
There is a village close…

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