Terrorist attacks on Turkish soil won’t stop until the country’s Prime Minister, Tayyip Erdogan, gives up on his support of rebel forces in Syria, British broadcaster, Neil Clark, told RT.
Turkish police have fired tear gas at protesters in a town near the Syrian border, which was the scene of a deadly double car bombing a week ago.
Demonstrators are angry over Ankara’s support for the Syrian rebels, which they say is putting Turkey in the firing line.
World affairs journalist and broadcaster, Neil Clark, believes Erdogan must reconsider his policies and stop accusing the Syrian government of targeting the Hatay province, as it would’ve been an “absolutely absurd” move from Damascus.
- ‘Turkey to see more bombings as Erdogan’s support for Syrian rebels backfires’ (freedomportal.net)
- ‘Turkey to see more bombings as Erdogan’s support for Syrian rebels backfires’ (rt.com)
- Turkey’s Leader Urges More Aid for Syrian Rebels, but Most Turks Say No (pewresearch.org)