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For the AKP, democracy is merely a means to a higher Islamic goal, says edward luttwak If you thought Turkey was no threat to the…
Mine Bekiroğlu, a 28-year-old local journalist from Adana, was sentenced to a five-month prison sentence (for insulting Erdogan) by Adana 6th Criminal Court of First Instance on March 19, Doğan News Agency reported.
Published on Sep 4, 2013 CNN Caught Staging News Segments on Syria With Actors: Anderson Cooper and CNN have been caught staging fake news about Syria to justify military intervention.http://intellihub.com/2013/08/29/cnn-… … Continue reading
EXPOSED: Kerry Implicated in Turkey False Flag Using AlQaeda To Start War With Syria @SyrianPartisanGirl
Published on Mar 30, 2014 A leaked conversation between Turkey’s intelligence chief and the war room reveals plot to create a casus belli for war with Syria by using ISIL, … Continue reading
This is the English translation of the recorded conversation between Turkish Foreign Prime Minister, Chief of Intelligence, Deputy Chief of General Staff, and Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs about massive military aid to jihadist terrorists in Syria, black ops, and war plans to invade Syria, as well as the general disarray and goofiness in Erdogan’s Islamic dictatorship.
Erdogan and his corralled media have branded all those who distribute this video as traitors. That we are, traitors to his phenomenally profitable bribes and corruption business fueled by Gulf money that he reels in thanks to the heads he has chopped off in Syria.
Last May, more than ten members of the al-Nusra Front were arrested in southern Turkey with what local police told the press were two kilograms of sarin. In a 130-page indictment the group was accused of attempting to purchase fuses, piping for the construction of mortars, and chemical precursors for sarin. Five of those arrested were freed after a brief detention. The others, including the ringleader, Haytham Qassab, for whom the prosecutor requested a prison sentence of 25 years, were released pending trial. In the meantime the Turkish press has been rife with speculation that the Erdoğan administration has been covering up the extent of its involvement with the rebels. In a news conference last summer, Aydin Sezgin, Turkey’s ambassador to Moscow, dismissed the arrests and claimed to reporters that the recovered ‘sarin’ was merely ‘anti-freeze’.
Damming reports have recently emerged suggesting that the Turkish and American intelligence services have jointly “cooked intelligence” in order to impose a fully fledged shooting war on Syria. This has, or course, been officially denied. Well they would, wouldn’t they? Well, we would see it that way, wouldn’t we?
Millions of Kurds are rallying unceasingly for Öcalan’s freedom and a political solution. But their voices are often unheard. The language of Art can make a difference.
We are looking for artists who want to support the campaign for Öcalan’s freedom through their art. This can be pictures, drawings, sculptures, videos, songs, poems, texts. Creativity knows no boundaries.
“We aim for 2015 to be the year of liberating Ocalan,”
“Freedom for Abdullah Ocalan” has announced it has a petition with over 10 million signatures calling for the man’s release.
Ocalan supporters demonstrated in southeastern Turkey on Saturday to commemorate the 16th anniversary of his capture.
The “Freedom for Ocalan” campaign was launched on September 6, 2012 at a press conference in Belgium’s capital, Brussels.
For more than thirty years the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) has been struggling for the legitimate rights of the Kurdish
people. Our struggle, our fight for liberation turned the Kurdish question into an international issue which affected the entire
Middle East and brought a solution of the Kurdish question within reach. When the PKK was formed in the 1970s the international ideological and political climate was characterized by the bipolar world of the Cold War and the conflict between the socialist and the capitalist camps.