If their misery is not enough, if leaving their country in miserable conditions, losing their relatives by Wahhabi Sex Jihadist terrorists brought from all sides of the earth to topple the Syrian government and its president and install a puppet regime in place, losing their properties back home, living in worst conditions in the cold and heat in the concentration camps are not enough, abusing their misery is always an advantage the Turkish government would take. Turkish fanatic Muslim Brotherhood government of wannabe Caliph Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has no limit for how low it will go to serve its masters in Washington and Tel Aviv, especially when it comes to oppress the weak within its own citizens and citizens from neighboring countries it can reach, reminding of the old dark ages of the Ottoman Empire crimes.
3,700 from the Syrian refugees in the concentration camps they’re kept in were offered Turkish citizenship by the Erdoğan government, 600 others were deported after yesterday’s clashes claiming they attacked their guards.
Members of the main opposition party in Turkish parliament managed to get a confession from Muammer Guler, Erdoğan’s minister of interior, of complains by Turks on the news of nationalizing large numbers of Syrian refugees. Guler’s confirmation of nationalizing 3,700 refugees raised suspicion and fear among Turkish opposition parties, and Turkish people that this step is merely to have the ‘Turkishized’ refugees vote for Erdoğan’s AKP party in future elections after a number of setbacks the AKP witnessed due to hosting thousands of Al Qaeda terrorists in Turkey then smuggling them into Syria, thus causing all the losses there which reflected back on residents of Turkish southern border areas.
Just one day earlier Erdoğan security thugs attacked refugees from Akcakale concentration camp in Sanliurfa when they tried to flee the camp after a fire broke out and claimed the life of a child and injured others. Later in the day, the disconnected master of ‘Zero Problems with Neighbors’ policy Turkish minister of foreign affairs Ahmet Davutoğlu denied reports that 600 refugees were expelled from Turkey, despite tens of media reports confirming otherwise. Just one of those attempts to polish the failing image of the AKP party and its government.