The guest of this week's episode is Abdul Rahman Mustafa, head of Syrian Turkmen Assembly. He spoke about the Syrian Turkmen crisis in light of the conflict with the Kurds in the region. He accused the Kurds of the Turkmen’s migration in “Tell Abiad”, stressing that the international coalition forced “ISIS” to withdraw and then delivered it to the “Kurdish Democratic Union.” Mustafa says that the Kurdish forces were the only force that welcomed the Russian intervention in Syria. He believes that the “Syrian coalition” opposed to the regime wanted to seize the “safe zone” in northern Syria. He denied the affiliation of Syrian Turkmen to Turkey, stressing that they are against the division of Syria and they are allied to the Kurds and the Arabs. He also asked for the change of the Syrian state name to the “Republic of Syria” instead of the “Syrian Arab Republic”.
Point of Order is a live, weekly socio-political hard-talk show. Its guests have included figures such as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, French philosopher and author Bernard-Henri Lévy and the president of the Iraqi Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani. The show, presented by Hasan Muawad, is known for its bold questions and sometimes controversial guests and discussions.