On my way to Central Asia, I made a stop in Istanbul. And I visited the Gezi Park to inform me about the protest movement. As is known, the protests in Turkey are continued by citizens against the current government of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The Turkish police arrested 30 anti-Erdogan-protesters in Istanbul city today and this is just the next arrest in the still continued demonstrations and protest of the Turkish people that demand the resignation and departure of the Turkish Prime Minister Recept Tayyip Erdogan and there are probably many Syrians in Syria who even demand the arrest of the Turkish Prime Minister [Continue reading…]
The Israeli regime is training soldiers for the fight against the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah and there are currently some military exercises of the Israeli military on how to invade Lebanon and to fight against the resistance movement Hezbollah in the South of Lebanon.
Aleppo used to be the destination for tourists and visitors from all around the world, having a very historic value, and existing over centuries as the main source of income for thousands of families of some of the world’s most famous merchants and handicraftsmen. Now, Aleppo is left in rubble thanks to the consortium of criminal countries calling themselves the ‘international [Continue reading…]
The scandal which broke on June 7 around articles published in the American newspaper The Washington Post and the British paper The Guardian could very well be more damaging to the United States than the scandal surrounding Wikileaks. While Assange revealed secrets which were, for the most part, American, the scandal surrounding PRISM has put the entire world on the spot.
The totalitarian dictatorship of Saudi Arabia, lead by the dangerous family al-Saud, has blocked the famous messaging app Viber already last week and wants now to even block the more famous and most-used mobile messenger App WhatsApp, too.
The Turkish police has injured several peaceful protesters in Istanbul yesterday by using water cannons and tear gas to drive away the demonstrators from the Taksim Square and the Gezi Park in the famous Turkish city. Some hours before, the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (JDP/AKP) has demanded the square and park to be “evacuated”.
Omran al-Zohbi, the Information Minister of Syria, said in a new statement that the Prime Minister of the neighboring country Turkey, Recept Tayyip Erdogan, is completely “terrorizing” his own people and Omran al-Zohbi called on the Turkish Prime Minister to finally resign from his post as the head of the Turkish state.