Turkey is a safe haven for terrorists, FSA and covert operatives: Syria defending itself
The government of Turkey and the strong allies of this country are showing the world that "hypocrisy is the order of the day.” While this is nothing new, it is currently extremely disturbing that nations are being allowed to fund terrorism against a sovereign nation on such an enormous scale. Therefore, for Turkey to "cry wolf” when it is one of the main nations supporting the destabilization of Syria is beyond hypocrisy.
Prime Minister Erdogan of Turkey is known for wild rhetoric and the manipulation of language but now he is going into overdrive alongside fellow allies. This time political leaders in America, France, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United Kingdom and Qatar are not only manipulating language but they are all also manipulating reality. After all, where did the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and all the vast numbers of different terrorist organizations get their military arms from? Also, it is abundantly clear that terrorists, covert operatives and mercenaries can rest, train, re-arm and plan the destabilization of Syria from within Turkey?
It is obvious that the dead Turkish civilians were killed because of the policies of Erdogan and other nations involved in spreading sectarianism and terrorism throughout Syria. The FSA and other terrorist networks come and go freely from Turkey in order to kill members of the Syrian armed forces, persecute minorities and to strike fear into the hearts of all Syrians who oppose their barbaric acts of cruelty. This reality means that it isn’t Syria which is a threat to regional instability. On the contrary, it is nations which are supporting terrorism and sectarianism openly against Syria which have "blood on their hands.”
If Turkey is concerned about sovereignty then clearly the armed forces of this nation should leave northern Cyprus immediately. The religious cleansing of Cypriot Orthodox Christians and the influx of ethnic Turks to northern Cyprus highlights the complete hypocrisy of Turkey. Likewise, energy companies from Turkey and America are ridiculing the central leaders of Iraq because they are signing energy contracts with the Kurdish dominated region. This interference into the internal affairs of sovereign nations is nothing new for America and Turkey respectively.
Erdogan commented about the deaths in Turkey by stating that "Our armed forces in the border region responded immediately to this abominable attack in line with their rules of engagement…Targets were struck through artillery fire against places in Syria identified by radar…Turkey will never leave unanswered such kinds of provocation by the Syrian regime against our national security.” (continue reading...)