Turkey strikes targets in Syria in retaliation for shelling

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PostWed Oct 03, 2012 10:15 pm » by Proto


Turkey strikes targets in Syria in retaliation for shelling deaths

Turkey launches retaliatory attack on Syrian targets
Turkish armed forces have launched artillery attacks against Syria, in the first acknowledged direct involvement of an outside power in the 18 month conflict.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish prime minister, said that the military had responded to an earlier incident in which a mortar bomb fired from Syrian territory landed on the wrong side of the border and killed five Turkish civilians, including three children.

"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,” he said.

“Turkey will never leave unanswered such kinds of provocation by the Syrian regime against our national security."

There was no initial indication that the exchange of fire was a precursor to a wider use of force against the Syrian regime, and Mr Erdogan specified his order was in return for a mortar shell which struck the town of Akcakale earlier in the day.

But the Turkish authorities had already contacted NATO, of which the country is a member. It has previously suggested it might call on the alliance for help in dealing with Syria under the mutual defence terms of the NATO charter.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... rgets.html

http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/03/world/eur ... index.html

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PostThu Oct 04, 2012 2:46 pm » by Krusch


Turkey's parliament has authorised cross-border military action against Syria, if required by the government.

The bill, which was passed 320-129, gives the government authority for one year to send troops into Syria or carry out strikes against Syrian targets.

Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay said the priority was to act in co-ordination with international bodies.

Turkey has been firing at targets inside Syria, in retaliation for the deaths of five civilians.

Two women and three children died in Akcakale or on the Turkey-Syria border in shelling by Syria.

Ankara's response marks the first time it has fired into Syria during the 18-month-long unrest there.

Government sources have said Turkey is not planning to declare war on Syria.

The UN Security Council is to meet later, following a Turkish request for the body to take "necessary action" to stop Syrian "aggression".

Nato has held an urgent meeting to support Turkey, demanding "the immediate cessation of such aggressive acts against an ally".

The US, the UK, France and the European Union have already condemned Syria's actions.

Russia, which is allied to President Bashar al-Assad's government, has asked Damascus to acknowledge officially that the cross-border attack was "a tragic accident" which will not happen again.

In Syria itself as many as 21 members of Syria's elite Republican Guards have been killed in an explosion and firefight in the Qudsaya district of Damascus, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) told the BBC.

The SOHR is one of the most prominent organisations documenting and reporting incidents and casualties in the Syrian conflict. The group says its reports are impartial, though its information cannot be independently verified.


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PostThu Oct 04, 2012 2:54 pm » by Slith


Every country has the right to defend itself.....period.
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PostThu Oct 04, 2012 2:56 pm » by Edgar 2.0


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PostThu Oct 04, 2012 4:07 pm » by Akashicrebel


Edgar 2.0 wrote:All that reminds me of:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gleiwitz_incident

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False flag to launch an all out war against Syria

Any brainwashed sheeple still believing Syria attacked Turkey with mortars?! If it wanted to attack Turkey it would fire missiles, not mortars. Plus, where’s the interest for Syria to launch a war against Turkey in its current situation? NONE! Syria didn’t shell Turkey. Terrorists did.

Remember that all wars start with a False Flag ! That’s exactly what happened between Syria & Turkey. And False Flags are Mossad speciality.

NATO wants an all out war on Syria & is using Turkey for it. And erDOGan happily agrees and seeks parliament approval for military action.

What erDOGan seems to ignore is that Turkish people don’t want war with their Syrian brothers. And are against his policies !

Best thing to do for Syria is not to retaliate after Turkey’s bloody attack and violation of its sovereignty. That’s the pretext NATO is waiting for to bomb the hell out of Syria. And we all know what it would mean for Syria: total destruction of its civilian infrastructure (power plants, highways, schools, hospitals, …) just as NATO did in Libya. It would also mean thousands of innocent civilians slaughtered by NATO forces.
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