13.10.12

Deonme Erdogan

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Turkey's economy is doing well, which emboldens the AKP to go after the secularists/Kemalists in the military..............the USA backs the AKP. All is well.

However a war with Syria, even a limited one can have unforeseen consequences.

Deonme AKP Turkey should not behave like a lottery winner of humble background. It should tread carefully where Syria is concerned.

One wishes to see the clearly talented people of Turkey do well, and enjoy the fruits of success that this will bring....but this must not be at the expense of weaker neighbors, who are subsequently blighted by Turkey's new found confidence and belief in self importance.

"al CIA-duh" must not be installed in Damascus....even as puppet Jordan joins the queue, with the West.

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Erdogan’s war rhetoric against Syria election campaigning: Iran MP

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan Head of Iran’s Majlis Committee on National Security and Foreign 
Policy Alaeddin Boroujerdi
By Presstv.com

A senior Iranian lawmaker has criticized Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for stepping up the rhetoric of war against Syria, saying his remarks are intended more for campaign purposes ahead of Turkey’s elections.


“Considering the fact that elections are forthcoming in Turkey, these remarks have merely political and campaigning qualities,” Head of Iran’s Majlis Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy Alaeddin Boroujerdi said on Saturday.

He added that Erdogan seeks to “justify Turkey’s investment” in inciting the crisis in Syria so that the issue will not be considered a weak point in the Turkish government.”

On October 7, the Turkish premier emphasized the need for his nation to be ready to go to war with neighboring Syria at any moment.

Boroujerdi warned that the continuation of the crisis in Syria would not be beneficial to the region, urging the countries that are playing a role in the Arab nation’s unrest, particularly Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, to make efforts to resolve it.

He added that Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey are playing a role in the Syrian unrest by providing financial assistance, training and weapons for the insurgents in Syria.

The Iranian legislator emphasized that countries should help Syria resolve the ongoing unrest because Damascus is still at the forefront of the axis of resistance and a pioneer of the fight against the Israeli regime’s extremism.

Tensions between Syria and Turkey have been mounting. Ankara held Damascus responsible for a mortar shell that was fired into a southeastern Turkish village, killing five civilians.

Turkey's parliament has also approved military action inside Syria if deemed necessary.

Turkey has beefed up its military presence on its border with Syria over the past weeks, stationing tanks, anti-aircraft missiles, and additional troops in the area.

The Syrian government says that the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the insurgents are foreign nationals.