Peaceful Protest against Ergodan Government's Policy towards Syria

erdogan.friend.of.Israel.jpgInhabitants of Antioch City Stage Peaceful Protest against Ergodan Government's Policy towards Syria

Sep 20, 2012 - ANTIOCH, (SANA) – Inhabitants of Antioch City in Turkey insisted on staging a peaceful protest in support of Syria and to condemn Turkey's intervention in its internal affairs despite the Turkish authorities' attempt to prevent them and refusal to give permission for them.

The Turkish police blockaded the city and prevented people and cars from entering and reaching the place of gathering as the participants decided to challenge the authorities' refusal to give the permission for their peaceful demonstration against the policy of Erdogan's government against Syria.

Despite the firm Turkish procedures, the protesters succeeded to enter through close crossings and reach the place of gathering.

The participants raised banners which called for toppling the Turkish wali to which the Turkish police responded by firing tear gas and beating them with electric sticks.

In the same context, Turkish political analysts condemned the hostile policy of Premier Recep Tayyib Erdogan against Syria, adding that these government is carrying out a US policy within the framework of the imperialist project which aims at fragmenting the region and destabilizing its security.

The analysts said that harboring the mercenary terrorists on the Turkish territories is a wrong act and it violates the constitution, holding Erdogan's government responsible for shedding the blood of Syrian people.

They stressed that the government did not respect the good-neighborly relations and the fraternity between the Syrian and Turkish people, adding that its polices have negative consequences on the entire country from the inside as well as its relations with the neighboring and influential countries.

R. Raslan/ Ghossoun

Photo: Erdogan, friend of the US. and Israel



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Photo (SANA): peaceful protest against Erdogan's government

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