Syria involved in Turkish Bombings? Probably Not

The claim Damascus is behind the deadly blasts in Turkey should be taken with skepticism, believes Dr Hallinan of Foreign Policy in Focus, who says the Syrian govt is not suicidal and it makes no sense to pick a fight with the biggest NATO army in Europe.

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Saturday’s deadly blasts, which rocked the Turkish city of Reyhanli on the Syrian border, fell at a significant time considering Syria’s current place in global politics, and even raise suspicion Dr. Conn Hallinan of Foreign Policy in Focus told RT.

http://on.rt.com/2yrtlp

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One thought on “Syria involved in Turkish Bombings? Probably Not

  1. I would have questioned Syria’s role too, until the one greatest fear of the Turkish leadership – that the Turks would turn on the Syrian refugees and rebels – was one of the main speech points by a Syrian official on the Syrian news agency. It certainly looks like the attack helped Syria in the short run to try and break the will of the Turkish people, and that makes me really believe Syria is behind it after all: http://www.themideastupdate.com/analysis-syria-attacks-turkey-and-wins-and-you-lose/

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