Iran says will strike Turkey If it attacks Syria

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PostWed Jun 15, 2011 10:25 pm » by Ironlikealion


theoracle wrote:russia and china must watch different news 99socks


the only thing Russia and China watching is their interest (like all nations) .
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PostWed Jun 15, 2011 10:32 pm » by Theoracle


ironlikealion wrote:
theoracle wrote:russia and china must watch different news 99socks


the only thing Russia and China watching is their interest (like all nations) .


we agree :flop:

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PostWed Jun 15, 2011 10:38 pm » by Ironlikealion


even a broken clock is right twice a day :P
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PostThu Jun 16, 2011 6:38 pm » by Ironlikealion


Turkey to take aid across the Syrian border

Turkey is to supply humanitarian aid to thousands of Syrians massed just across the border after fleeing a crackdown by the Damascus regime, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Thursday.

‘There are at present more than 10,000 people just over our border, on the other side of the barbed wire,’ he told journalists in Ankara.

‘We have decided to help our Syrian brothers to meet their urgent needs for food.’

Other humanitarian assistance will be provided, Davutoglu said, adding that the Syrian authorities had been informed.

Speaking the day after a visit to refugee camps set up by the Red Crescent in Turkey’s southern province of Hatay, he called on President Bashar Al Assad to take steps to end the violence in Syria and the flow of refugees into Turkey.

These included convincing the Syrian population and the international community that their demands would be met.

Davutoglu did not confirm a report Thursday in the leading Turkish daily Posta that Turkish forces may enter Syrian territory to create a military buffer zone if the unrest there degenerates into a civil war and sparks a refugee crisis.

By Wednesday, some 8,421 Syrians had fled to Turkey following heavy clashes between regime forces and pro-democracy demonstrators.

Most are staying in a series of tent villages set up the Turkish Red Crescent in Hatay province, which borders Syria.

Many came from Jisr Al Shughur, a flashpoint of the anti-government uprising 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the Turkish border that was pounded by Syrian regime troops.

Turkey has toughened its stance against Assad’s government and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Syrian troops were guilty of atrocities.

http://www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArti ... middleeast
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PostThu Jun 16, 2011 7:38 pm » by Zegtelzegtel


Interesting stuff..

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PostFri Jun 17, 2011 3:57 pm » by Ironlikealion


again shitty google translation from Arabic:

Turkey on the threshold of «critical decision» in the Syrian crisis

It is clear to all observers that Turkey is on the threshold of making «a crucial decision» in relation to the Syrian crisis, under the succession of the indicators that were issued by more than one party in the Turkish government.

Turkish sources have suggested that Davutoglu Fidan, or visit the «last chance» to Syria to meet President Bashar al-Assad with a list of demands and a «tips». visit may be the last chance for «the leadership of al-Assad for the interim period, with American approval», stressing on the other hand that the time «is running out fast».

The sources said that among these tips to President Assad that the «distance himself from the hardliners in the regime, including his brother Maher Assad and his cousins ​​in the army». Among the tips also lift the ban on forming political parties and the repeal of Article 8 of the Constitution, which provides leadership «Baath» of the country, and to ensure freedom of demonstration and expression. Warning that things could get worse if delayed Assad to take these steps, and push the whole region into further instability.

* Turkish Red Crescent is preparing for the eventual installation of thousands additional tents for refugees.


http://www.aawsat.com/details.asp?secti ... ueno=11888

http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... rmd%3Divns

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Syrian Regime Sends Army Into Northern Town as Residents Flee to Turkey

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces were deployed to the northwestern town of Ma’arrat an Nu’man, sending residents fleeing to nearby Turkey and east into the countryside to escape a feared crackdown on dissent.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-06-1 ... urkey.html
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PostSun Jun 19, 2011 8:39 pm » by Ironlikealion


Syrian President demanding the return of Iskenderun province in turkey to Syria

Turkey on Sunday began to provide humanitarian aid to the people inside Syrian territory.

In a clear indication that the collapsing Turkish-Syrian relations are reaching a dead end, press sources said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, called for the re-annexation of the Turkish Iskenderun province to Syria, a demand that previously was removed by the normalization of these relations.

the Syrian president said that Turkey occupies Syrian territories and meets the specifications of a enemy state .

http://www.echobeirut.com/news.php?action=show&id=6817

http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6id%3D6817


‘Turkey will not stand by the wrongdoing in Syria’

a pro-regime Syrian official in Damascus said unceasing unrest in the country is part of a Western conspiracy that aims to put the region under Turkish control.

“The West wants to put the region under Turkish control like in the Ottoman days,” the pro-regime figure in Damascus was quoted as saying in an article published on June 12 in Abu Dhabi-based daily The National. The report said an anti-Turkey backlash is now under way in Syria, with state-controlled media accusing Ankara of trying to resurrect the Ottoman Empire and re-establish control over the Middle East.

“Turkey is a NATO member and embodies a safe kind of Islam for the West, so they have done a deal to give everything to Ankara,” the official said in remarks that were not later denied. Maintaining that Damascus was far from alone and remained a powerful regional political player, the official said: “The plot will not work in the end. Syria still has some cards. It has Iran and Hezbollah.” In line with Ankara’s diplomatic conventions, when approached by Sunday’s Zaman for their reaction to the remarks reported by The National, Turkish diplomatic sources declined to comment on anonymous remarks by the unnamed Syrian official.

Nonetheless, this is what a Turkish governmental official, who requested anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the issue, told Sunday’s Zaman regarding the rally in front of the Turkish Embassy: “If the Syrian administration is behind the protest in front of the Turkish Embassy, they are definitely making a grave mistake. It shows that they haven’t fully comprehended that we haven’t yet abandoned our engagement policy and we are not burning the bridges yet.”

http://www.todayszaman.com/news-247815- ... syria.html
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PostSun Jun 19, 2011 9:35 pm » by 99socks


ironlikealion wrote:Syrian President demanding the return of Iskenderun province in turkey to Syria

Turkey on Sunday began to provide humanitarian aid to the people inside Syrian territory.

In a clear indication that the collapsing Turkish-Syrian relations are reaching a dead end, press sources said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, called for the re-annexation of the Turkish Iskenderun province to Syria, a demand that previously was removed by the normalization of these relations.

the Syrian president said that Turkey occupies Syrian territories and meets the specifications of a enemy state .

http://www.echobeirut.com/news.php?action=show&id=6817

http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6id%3D6817


‘Turkey will not stand by the wrongdoing in Syria’

a pro-regime Syrian official in Damascus said unceasing unrest in the country is part of a Western conspiracy that aims to put the region under Turkish control.

“The West wants to put the region under Turkish control like in the Ottoman days,” the pro-regime figure in Damascus was quoted as saying in an article published on June 12 in Abu Dhabi-based daily The National. The report said an anti-Turkey backlash is now under way in Syria, with state-controlled media accusing Ankara of trying to resurrect the Ottoman Empire and re-establish control over the Middle East.

“Turkey is a NATO member and embodies a safe kind of Islam for the West, so they have done a deal to give everything to Ankara,” the official said in remarks that were not later denied. Maintaining that Damascus was far from alone and remained a powerful regional political player, the official said: “The plot will not work in the end. Syria still has some cards. It has Iran and Hezbollah.” In line with Ankara’s diplomatic conventions, when approached by Sunday’s Zaman for their reaction to the remarks reported by The National, Turkish diplomatic sources declined to comment on anonymous remarks by the unnamed Syrian official.

Nonetheless, this is what a Turkish governmental official, who requested anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the issue, told Sunday’s Zaman regarding the rally in front of the Turkish Embassy: “If the Syrian administration is behind the protest in front of the Turkish Embassy, they are definitely making a grave mistake. It shows that they haven’t fully comprehended that we haven’t yet abandoned our engagement policy and we are not burning the bridges yet.”

http://www.todayszaman.com/news-247815- ... syria.html



OMG, that's the craziest article about this, to date!!! WTF? The West wants the region under Turkish control, therefore by starting a revolution that causes refugees to seek shelter near the border where they can receive humanitarian assistance, thus giving the Syrians license to make a civil revolution into a war...?

How about, stop killing your own people! There, problem solved.
http://www.thedailysheeple.com/obamas-doj-silent-as-new-black-panthers-leader-incites-violence-in-ferguson_082014








I can't speak about how much of the Constitution is in effect anymore... But thank God we still somewhat resemble a Republic and not a democracy!


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PostSun Jun 19, 2011 10:12 pm » by Ironlikealion


well said sock ,this is a classic attempt by Assad to pull a problem reaction solution scenario .
not that it's new ,it's been the norm in the middle east dictatorships for ages.

I'm guessing this theory(the one in the article that quoted the Syrian official) is going to gain
popularity on DTV very soon(well, depends on events ,but good chances) .
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PostSun Jun 19, 2011 10:14 pm » by Freeyourmindnow




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