Skip to comments.Assad: Israel, Turkey made a pact against Syria
Posted on 04/06/2013 12:12:33 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
Israel's apology to Turkey over the 2010 Mavi Marmara incident was a result of a pact made between Jerusalem and Ankara against Syria, Syrian President President Bashar Assad said in an interview with Turkish Ulusal Kanal television channel that was aired on Friday...
"The question is why didn't [Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu] apologize in years passed. What has changed? It's the same Erdogan, it's the same Netanyahu. What has changed is the situation in Syria," Assad said...
The United Nations says at least 70,000 people have been killed in Syria's conflict. Daily death tolls of around 200 are not uncommon... Neighboring Lebanon and Jordan are both struggling to cope with the flood of refugees...
Assad said Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan was recruiting fighters with Qatari money to wage war in Syria, but warned his former friend that the bloodshed could not easily be contained. "The fire in Syria will burn Turkey. Unfortunately he does not see this reality," Assad said.
Erdogan, he said, "has not uttered a single truthful word since the crisis in Syria began."
...Assad also condemned the Arab League, which has suspended Syria's membership and last month invited opposition leaders Moaz Alkhatib and Ghassan Hitto to attend a summit meeting in his place.
"The Arab League itself lacks legitimacy," he said. "It is an organization which represents Arab states and not Arab people. It has lacked legitimacy for a long time because these Arab states themselves .... do not reflect the will of the Arab people."
... "France and Britain committed massacres in Libya with the support and cover of the United States. The Turkish government is knee-deep in Syrian blood. Are these states really concerned about Syrian blood?"
(Excerpt) Read more at jpost.com ...
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in an interview with Turkish Ulusal TV, April 5, 2013. Photo: YouTube Screenshot
Not a fly alights on a muslim turd without it being a conspiracy.
And should the turd fail to attract flies, that is a conspiracy too.
Both Turkey and Israel border Syria. It is only makes sense for them to coordinate a response to the situation there.
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But we know the US and Europe are *really* to blame, because the Russia agitprop network sez so!
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