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The Austrian newspaper Die Presse said that Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are responsible for the escalation of violence in Syria as they are supporting the terrorists and providing them with weapons and shelter.

In an article published on Saturday, the newspaper warned against Turkey’s attempt to use the last case of tension on the Syrian-Turkish borders as a pretext for a military intervention that is meant to achieve special objectives, pointing out to the repeated calls of Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan for establishing a no-fly zone over Syria.

The newspaper added that Erdogan is the most zealous person regarding interference in the Syrian internal affairs, providing direct support for the armed terrorist groups and facilitating the delivery of aid from Qatar and Saudi Arabia to the terrorists.

It stressed that Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are responsible for the increasing civilian casualties in Syria as they are supporting the armed terrorist groups there, adding that the majority of the Turkish people are against any war with Syria.

M. Nassr/ H. Said – SANA



Mass Rallies in Australia in Support to Syria against Terrorism

Oct 07, 2012 – SYDNEY – At the invitation of ”Get Your Hands off Syria” and ”Australians for Syria” groups, and the Syrian and Arab communities in Australia, the Australian cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Hobart witnessed mass rallies in support to Syria against the campaign led by the West and the oil sheikhdoms.

The participants expressed support to the Syrian people leadership, people and army under the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad.

They chanted slogans saluting the homeland’s army and its role in defending the country in the face of the crimes committed by the armed terrorist groups, stressing that President al-Assad is the ‘safety valve’ for Syria to come out from the crisis.

The participants blasted the armed groups and their terrorist acts, especially terrorism that has gripped Aleppo, thanking the friendly countries for their supportive stances.

Maher Dabbagh, Syria’s Honorary Consul to Sydney, said that the participants in the rallies wanted to show their support to Syria and to convey their stance about the situation there to the world and Australian public opinion.

M. Ismael


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