VIDEO: Southern Turkey kicks out terrorists and revolts, Turkish economy suffering & paying price for backing 'Free Syrian Army'
washington post / washington post
15-Sep-2012 (one comment)

Though Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has thrown his support behind the Syrian rebels in their armed uprising against Assad, the Turkish street is revealing itself to be more divided.   The business community is also rattled.  “We are sure there are foreign fighters here, all the extremists and all the terrorists,” said Ali Yeral, a prominent religious leader of the Alawite sect in the southern Turkish city of Antakya. “They spend the day drinking tea, and at night they cross the border to kill our relatives” in Syria.  Syrian refugees were kicked out of towns in Southern Turkey last week.


Revolts in Turkey Due to Backing of Wahabi Terror

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Shia Turks from Southern Turkey take to the streets to protest Erdogan's support for Wahabi Saudi, Qatari and Libyan terrorists (i.e., the so-called "Free Syrian Army").