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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.
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he's the some thing or other of turkey
Some big & growing demonstrations by young Turks & students against Erdogangster. His time's up.
Erdogan a puppet government of USA, so can be safe from Armenian genocide
( @ReyhanlınınFaili Akphükümeti (we are protesting on this hashtag) )
Syria is supported by Russia and also Hezbollah,so doers this mean that Russia and Hezbollah are now allies?
Do not support Assad or Ahmadinejad, but is Erdogan on slippery slope;The people of Syria are hurt?
assad gave his cand,4 2014 syr,ellection if he is ellected , 2many leader will b gone by then 2 bad
O.t.a.n.madre del terrorismo internacional. Ellos mismos lo confiesan.todo el mundo calla
Hope people of turkey riseup to their fascist government supporting terror, same goes to Israel
Syrian Rebels are US hired thugs, the real Syrian Resistance is truly Syrian...not the same.
Netanyahoo along with his friend Erdogan are supporting those rebels terrorist, now its backfiring
Syrian Assad is a murderer criminal. No one likes him.
shameful for Turkey to interfere in Syria
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