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Excerpts  compiled by Cem Ertür, 14 March 2015

As NATO’s mercenary-terrorists face an imminent defeat in both Syria and Iraq; Turkey’s genocidal government gets ever more desperate and reckless…


Daily Sabah, 13 March 2015

“Acting on intelligence, Turkey has tightened security measures on two of its border gates with Syria to hamper any possible emergence of a security issue created by Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government. According to intelligence received by Ankara, Assad aims to reciprocate Turkey’s vigorous efforts in the coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) by creating chaos in Turkey ahead of the June elections. Assad will reportedly release imprisoned criminals in exchange for their cooperation in conducting attacks in Turkey.”


Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu holds a meeting with the Istanbul-based “Syrian National Coalition” and members of the Gaziantep-based “Syrian Interim Government”, Ankara, 13 March 2015. The person sitting next to Mr Davutoglu is the “president” of the “Syrian National Coalition” Khaled Khoja.

Excerpt from:   Turkey PM: democracy is the alternative to Assad, Daesh ~ Anadolu Agency, 13 March 2015 :

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has said there is always a “third and real alternative” for the Syrian people stuck between the Bashar al-Assad regime in Damascus and the extremist Daesh movement.

“[This alternative] is obviously a democratic Syria, a new Syria to be built in a peaceful atmosphere where all Syrians can live side-by-side as brothers,” Davutoglu said on Friday.

The Turkish premier was speaking as he met the opposition Syrian National Coalition, or SNC, plus members of the country’s caretaker government in Ankara.




[By conducting the operation to relocate the Süleyman Shah mausoleum on February 22], we have delivered the following message: If Turkey desires, it can instantly penetrate 40 kilometres-deep into the Syrian territory.

Had a single attack taken place, then we would have turned the entire area from the border until the [Süleyman Shah] outpost into an occupied military zone.

That was our plan B. Had the Syrian regime threatened us, had it fired a single bullet, then the Regime would have become our target as well. Now, Ashma [border village] has become our territory. Wherever Süleyman Shah mausoleum is located, that territory belongs to us. Once things settle down in Syria, then we will relocate the Suleyman Shah [mausoleum] back to the vicinity of Jabar citadel [Qal’at Jabar]”.

[Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, remarks to journalists accompanying him on his flight to New York City, 4 March 2015]
source:  War crimes alert: U.S. Foreign Minister: “Military pressure may be needed to remove Assad”


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