By publicly proclaiming that Turkey intends to use military force to overthrow the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Erdogan has essentially declared war on the Syrian government.
Flynn once confirmed the authenticity of a leaked 2012 Pentagon document that revealed how the U.S. and other NATO nations were deliberately backing al-Qaeda in Iraq, which later morphed into ISIS, and other Islamic extremist groups to overthrow Syrian president Bashir al-Assad.
“The Salafist [sic], the Muslim Brotherhood and AQI [al-Qaeda in Iraq] are the major forces driving the insurgency in Syria,” the Pentagon document stated. “The West, Gulf countries, and Turkey support [this] opposition, while Russia, China and Iran ‘support the [Assad] regime.’”
He also revealed it was “a willful decision” by the Obama administration to support ISIS and al-Nusra.
There are both civilians and police among the injured, as the explosion took place near a bus stop.
Three of those injured were members of Turkey’s security forces, AFP reports.
Many ambulances have been sent to the scene.
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n the refugee crisis, the leaders of the European Union, according to Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel on a mutually agreed common position for an agreement with Turkey . The agreed in the early hours of Friday package has yet to meet with the approval of the Turkish government.
This agreement will substantially correspond to the Pact of Angela Merkel with Turkish President Erdogan. But it apparently comprises only a small portion of the prepared between Germany, Turkey and the USA solution.
Gerald Knaus, director of the Soros-funded think tank “European Stability Initiative” (ESI), for many months now advises Chancellor Angela Merkel in the refugee crisis.His ESI had submitted a plan in October, which should now be implemented.
Turkish police killed two female leftist militants who hurled grenades and opened fire at an Istanbul police station on Thursday, officials said. The two women – members of the outlawed ultra-leftist Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) – had taken refuge in an apartment after their attack in the Bayrampasa district.
Police then launched an assault on the apartment, and the two were “neutralised”, Istanbul governor Vasip Sahin was quoted as saying by the official Anatolia news agency. Two police officers were slightly wounded. The women were named as Cigdem Yaksi and Berna Yilmaz, both members of the DHKP-C and aged 27, Anatolia said. It said Yilmaz had previously been jailed after a protest against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2010 while he was still premier. In a statement on its website and social media channels, the DHKP-C claimed the attack and acknowledged the death of the pair, describing the women as “warriors for justice”.
The two women had thrown several grenades then opened fire at the riot police headquarters and also attacked a passing police bus. Security footage broadcast on television showed them brandishing weapons they pulled out of their handbags. Officers returned fire, injuring one of the attackers before they fled to the nearby building.
Turkey has been on a state of alert for months since a series of deadly attacks on its soil. Last month, 29 people were killed in a car bombing that targeted a military convoy in Ankara, which was claimed by the Kurdistan Freedom Falcons (TAK), who have been linked to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). In the last year, there were four deadly bomb attacks blamed on Islamic State (IS) jihadists, including the deadliest in Turkey’s modern history that killed 103 people in Ankara in October.