Opposition Accuses Turkish Government Of Supporting ISIS

29 October 2014

By Markaz Kavkaz

Turkey opposes the Assad regime and the Ad Dawla al-Islamiyya/Islamic State (IS), said Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu, reported Turkish media. According to him, the main reason for all the problems in Syria is the Assad regime.

He denied the words of the head of the opposition Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi/Republican People's Party (RPP) Kemal Kilicdaroglu that Turkey's government supports the IS.

According to Davutoglu, if Kilicdaroglu has evidence that the Turkish government "supports terrorists", he must show it to the public.

The head of the opposition RPP said on the eve that the government of Turkey supports the IS in Syria and Iraq.

Earlier on Wednesday, Davutoglu said that Turkey is "the only force that will be able to protect the rights of residents of the Syrian city of Kobani".

Meanwhile, the fightings for Kobani (aka Ayn al-Arab) is continuing. Information reported from the place is highly controversial. On Wednesday, the command of the Kurds has acknowledged that the IS units captured 30% of the city. On Thursday, they said, as a result of air strikes, IS units retreated, retaining only a few houses on the outskirts of Kobani.

However, on Friday a number of Arab media and the "Syrian monitoring group" reported that the IS units again moved to the center of the city and captured the headquarters of the Kurdish group Yekineyen Parastina/People's Protection Units (PPU). According to Al-Arabiya, the IS controls up to 40% of Kobani.

Meanwhile in Turkey, the actions of Yazidi Kurds and supporters of the Partiya KarkerÍn Kurdistan/Kurdistan Workers' Party (KWP) are continuing. KWP and Yazidis demand from Ankara to send units to Syria to protect Kobani.

Mass pogroms are taking place in the Turkish provinces of Diyarbakir, Mardin, Siirt, Mus, Van and Batman. Yazidi Kurds and supporters of the KWP attack the Muslim Kurds, who in turn are organized into self-defense units.

Classes suspended in the schools of the Turkish provinces of Diyarbakir, Hakkari, Van, Batman and Tunceli. In addition, all flights to the province of Diyarbakir in south-eastern Turkey of the aircraft belonging to Turkish Airlines have been suspended due to the worsening situation.

A statement on the situation in the regions where there have been riots was made by Interior Minister of Turkey Efkan Ala, reported the news agency Anadolu.

The victims of the riots in Turkey became 31 people, 221 injured. According to him, during the riots, were killed two police officers and 139 were injured.

Completely destroyed or damaged: 1113 buildings - 212 schools, 67 police stations, 25 buildings administrations, 29 offices parties, children's shelters, blood donation centers of the Turk Kizilayi/Turkish Red Crescent (TRC), 780 municipal and other facilities.

Private cars, vehicles belonging to administrative bodies, ambulances and police cars have been also burned down, a total of unusable cars reached 1177.


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