World News (June 11, 2018 Edition): Turkish President Erdogan Predicts Holy ‘War’ Between Christianity and Islam Over Austrian Mosque Closures – Russian Military Prepares For WW3 By Creating “Giant War Cloud” – Medical Cannabis Superior To Opioids for Chronic Pain, Study Finds – Robert De Niro Shouts “F**k Trump” At Tony Awards, Gets Standing Ovation – Mattis: Withdrawing US Troops From Syria Would Be A “Strategic Blunder”

Read moreWorld News (June 11, 2018 Edition): Turkish President Erdogan Predicts Holy ‘War’ Between Christianity and Islam Over Austrian Mosque Closures – Russian Military Prepares For WW3 By Creating “Giant War Cloud” – Medical Cannabis Superior To Opioids for Chronic Pain, Study Finds – Robert De Niro Shouts “F**k Trump” At Tony Awards, Gets Standing Ovation – Mattis: Withdrawing US Troops From Syria Would Be A “Strategic Blunder”

Turkey Threatens Greece – Does Erdogan Want To Revive The Ottoman Empire?

As predicted…

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Turkey threatens Greece – Will Erdogan revive the Ottoman Empire?:

The conflict over sovereignty over some islands in the Aegean is becoming more acute. Erdogan threatens his neighbor Greece. Tricky! Both are NATO members. The causes of the conflict are 100 years old and some emotions have causes that are even older. But besides there are other causes.

More recently, Turkey’s provocations against Greece are increasing. Violations of Greek airspace, the Turkish Air Force, a rammed patrol boat, a drillship blocked by Turkish warships and two Greek border guards arrested are clear signs of a policy aimed at revising the borderline in the Aegean Sea.

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Erdogan: Iraq’s Sinjar & Syria’s Tal Rifaat next targets of Turkish military operation

Iraq’s Sinjar & Syria’s Tal Rifaat next targets of Turkish military op – Erdogan:

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced the launch of a new military operation against Kurdish militants in Iraqi Sinjar. He also vowed to take over the Kurdish-controlled town of Tal Rifaat in northern Aleppo, Syria.

“We’ve eliminated 3,747 terrorists [in Syria’s Afrin],” Erdogan said on Sunday, adding that Ankara has now begun an operation against the Kurdish militants in Iraq’s Sinjar.

“Remember, I told you we’d get them. They will flee, we will chase; the work will not end with Afrin. The PKK went to Sinjar – ‘We’ll go there as well,’ I said. Operations there began,” the president declared.

Ankara’s operation ‘Olive Branch,’ targeting Kurdish militias in Syria’s Afrin region, has nearly realized its goals, according to Erdogan. “We will take control of the Tal Rifaat town shortly and thus achieve the goals of the operation,” he said. Tal Rifaat is the last stronghold in the Afrin region held by the Kurdish militias.

Erdogan has insisted that Turkey’s military activities in neighboring countries targeted “terrorists” exclusively and did not constitute an invasion.

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Erdogan Declares Victory As Turkish Flag Flies Over Afrin; Reports Of Ethnic Cleansing

Erdogan Declares Victory As Turkish Flag Flies Over Afrin; Reports Of Ethnic Cleansing:

After a bloody, two month cross-border campaign of Turkish forces to dislodge Kurdish YPG “terrorists” from the Syrian city of Afrin, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared complete victory on Sunday as Turkish and allied FSA flags have been raised for the first time over Afrin’s city center.

Kurdish YPG forces (or “People’s Protection Units”) were widely reported to have withdrawn before pro-Turkish forces entered the city before dawn on Sunday, allowing invading forces to secure the city while facing no resistance. In a televised speech Erdogan claimed to have “saved” the city through the “heroic” actions of his military while also framing the operation which took place entirely on Syrian soil as humanitarian in nature. He said, “This operation has shown the whole world that Turkey sides with the oppressed,” as reported by Rudaw.

Kurdish authorities of Afrin canton, for the their part, condemned Russia for allowing Turkey to use airspace to dislodge Kurdish protection units. At a Kurdish press conference, an Afrin canton official leveled the charge that “Russia actively participated in opening airspace for Turkey to ‘exterminate our people with all kinds of weapons and sacrificed our people for their interests in Syria, and under international silence, of the coalition, and EU'”. The spokesperson added that, “We decided to remove civilians from the city to avoid a more terrible humanitarian catastrophe.” 

Erdogan also appears to have taunted the retreating Kurdish forces, saying that a “large number” of Kurdish fighters had “fled with their tails between their legs,” and added that Turkish special forces have been deployed in the city, with demining operations also underway. “Now the Turkish flag will fly over there! The flag of the Free Syrian Army will fly over there!” said Erdogan.

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Erdogan Must Go: As Kurds Turn to Damascus, Turkey’s Op Loses Relevance

Erdogan Must Go: As Kurds Turn to Damascus, Turkey’s Op Loses Relevance:

If the Kurds come back under the roof of Damascus, the Turkish military campaign in northern Syria will lose its relevance, political analyst Ghassan Kadi told Sputnik. Commenting on the liberation of East Ghouta, the analyst agreed that it may develop according to the “Aleppo scenario.”

If the Kurds have given up the idea of creating a sovereign entity in northern Syria, then Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan no longer has a justification to proceed with his Olive Branch operation in Afrin and Manbij, political analyst of Syrian origin Ghassan Kadi told Sputnik.

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Turkish Crypto Jew President Erdogan Destroying Europe

Turkish crypto jew President Erdogan destroying Europe:

Writer Ergun Poyraz reveals

Author Ergun Poyraz, a Turkish wrote a bestselling book, The Children of Moses which is why he was 08/05/2013 sentenced to 29 years in prison for espionage against the Turkish government and he was later murdered 22 April, 2016. Ergun Poyraz reveals in his book The Children of Moses, that the current Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a crypto jew.

Poyraz tells how President Erdogan came to power in Turkey with the help of Zionists which are behind the so-called JİTEM Turkey, a Secret Turkish intelligence service. JİTEM are believed to be behind many bombings, terrorism and other illegal practices. It is also understood to have close links with Ergenek, which is part of the US CIA Operation Gladio.

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Turkey could widen Syria offensive after Erdogan vows to attack ‘wherever there are terrorists’

Turkey could widen Syria offensive after Erdogan vows to attack ‘wherever there are terrorists’:

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has hinted yet again that the campaign against Kurdish militia in Syria could spread beyond the north-western enclave of Afrin.

“Just as the terrorists in Jarabulus and Al-Bab weren’t able to escape elimination, the terrorists in Afrin and Manbij won’t be able to escape the bitter end awaiting them, either,” Erdogan said during a regional party congress speech in the heartland town of Corum.

“Our heroic soldiers made history yesterday in the area of Operation Euphrates Shield [a previous offensive in 2016-17]. They are making history today in Afrin. And they will make history tomorrow wherever there are terrorists along our borders,” the Turkish President told party loyalists hours later on Sunday, during an address in nearby Amasya.

Erdogan restated Turkey’s plans to create a 30 km security zone within Syria’s borders, declaring the area would be used to house Syrian refugees who have spilled into the neighboring country since the start of the conflict in 2011.

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Operation Olive Branch: What Happened in Syria Today?

Operation Olive Branch: What Happened in Syria Today?:

A summary of the first day of a globally-disputed military operation launched by the Turkey against Kurdish organizations in Syria.

On January 20 Turkey made good on threats that it would begin a military operation against Kurds in Syria, as Turkish jets bombed targets around the Kurdish-populated Syrian city of Afrin.

The attacks, curiously dubbed ‘Operation Olive Branch’ by Ankara, were announced by Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim.

“From this moment, the heroic Turkish Armed Forces have launched an air operation to destroy the PYD/PKK and Daesh elements in Afrin,” Yildirim said.

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Turkey’s Top State Religious Institution Says Girls Can Marry & Get Pregnant Aged 9

Turkish State Institution Says Girls Can Marry & Get Pregnant Aged 9:

Islamic religious body follows Muhammad’s lead

Turkey’s top state religious institution has issued a new fatwa on marriage announcing that girls can get married and become pregnant as young as 9 years old.

The Diyanet, otherwise known as the Directorate of Religious Affairs, is an official state institution whose role is “to execute the works concerning the beliefs, worship, and ethics of Islam, enlighten the public about their religion, and administer the sacred worshiping places.”

The fatwa, which can be read here, announces that girls can “marry and get pregnant as early as 9.”

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Elite Puppet Erdogan’s Latest U-Turn: ‘Assad is a Terrorist, and Must Go’

Erdogan is an elite puppet and he will continue to destroy Turkey (and it has been predicted that Russia will wipe Turkey off the map).

Related info:

Turkish crypto jew President Erdogan destroying Europe:


Author Ergun Poyraz, a Turkish wrote a bestselling book, The Children of Moses which is why he was 08/05/2013 sentenced to 29 years in prison for espionage against the Turkish government and he was later murdered 22 April, 2016. Ergun Poyraz reveals in his book The Children of Moses, that the current Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a crypto jew.

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Bilal Erdogan with ISIS leaders

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Erdogan’s Latest U-Turn: ‘Assad is a Terrorist, and Must Go’:

Once again, Turkey’s leader has thrown a spanner into the Astana peace process, as he dog whistles to the Muslim Brotherhood support base.

This week, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan performed yet another u-turn by declaring that Syrian President Bashar Assad is “a terrorist” during a news conference in Tunis.

“Assad is definitely a terrorist who has carried out state terrorism,” Erdogan said. “It is impossible to continue with Assad. How can we embrace the future with a Syrian president who has killed close to a million of his citizens?”

Erdogan added that ‘peace would not come to Syria while Assad remained as Syria’s president.

Watch as political commentator Nedka Babliku sits down with Adam Garrie to discuss this story, as well as who they think are the most dominant figures of 2017 – Trump, Kim, Assad, or Duterte? Watch:

H/t reader squodgy:

“So, they’re still at it.”

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New Erdogan Decree Grants Immunity For “Suppressing Terror”, Paves Way For Militia Violence

New Erdogan Decree Grants Immunity For “Suppressing Terror”, Paves Way For Militia Violence:

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s latest batch of presidential decrees has transformed Turkey into a nation of government-endorsed militias and “anti-terror vigilantes.”

According to Ahval, Erdogan published Turkey’s latest state of emergency government decree – the country has been under a perpetual state of emergency since the summer of 2016 failed coup – in the Official Gazette on Sunday. And not only does it condone the purging of thousands of civil servants from their jobs, but, in an unprecedented escalation, grants immunity to “those who took to the streets during the coup attempt” or “assisted with suppressing terror.” Furthermore: ”Notwithstanding whether individuals hold a formal title or whether they have fulfilled a formal duty, those who have acted in the scope of suppressing the coup attempt and acts of terror on July 15, 2016, and actions that were extensions of these events” will be exempt from being put on trial for their actions.”

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Turkey plotting against Israel over Jerusalem might push Erdogan closer to Assad

What Erdogan really, really wants…

… is following his masters orders, whatever they may be…

And yes, he will sacrifice the whole of Turkey if he is told o do so!

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Turkey plotting against Israel over Jerusalem might push Erdogan closer to Assad:

The question a recent conference in Istanbul raises is not whether the Muslim world will support Palestine, but whether Erdogan’s stunt will succeed in breaking new ties between Israel and Arab countries aimed at getting a peace deal which pleases Netanyahu.

During a telephone interview I had with Steve Bannon in July 2016, just weeks before he was appointed Trump’s chief policy strategist in the White House, he asked me which country was the most dangerous in the Middle East region. He expected me to say Iran.

“Turkey,” I said. There was a pause on the line before he politely asked why. “Because Erdogan is a wild card who shifts his allegiances every five minutes and has so much to prove,” I replied.

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Erdogan is preparing to pray in the Hagia Sophia next Friday – In 2013: Christendom’s Greatest Cathedral to Become a Mosque – In 2016: The battle for Hagia Sophia in Istanbul escalates

In 2013:

Christendom’s Greatest Cathedral to Become a Mosque:

While unrest in Turkey continues to capture attention, more subtle and more telling events concerning the Islamification of Turkey — and not just at the hands of Prime Minister Erdogan but majorities of Turks — are quietly transpiring. These include the fact that Turkey’s Hagia Sophia museum is on its way to becoming a mosque.

Why does the fate of an old building matter?

Because Hagia Sophia — Greek for “Holy Wisdom” — was for some thousand years Christianity’s greatest cathedral. Built in 537 A.D. in Constantinople, the heart of the Christian empire, it was also a stalwart symbol of defiance against an ever encroaching Islam from the east.

After parrying centuries of jihadi thrusts, Constantinople was finally sacked by Ottoman Turks in 1453. Its crosses desecrated and icons defaced, Hagia Sophia — as well as thousands of other churches — was immediately converted into a mosque, the tall minarets of Islam surrounding it in triumph

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In 2016:

The battle for Hagia Sophia in Istanbul escalates:

The Hagia Sophia Museum, which is one of the most popular tourist sites in Istanbul, was built as a Greek Orthodox Christian basilica in 527. It was converted to an imperial mosque when the Ottomans conquered Istanbul in 1453. Following renovations in 1931-35, it was reopened as a museum under the rule of the newly established secular Republic of Turkey. Ever since 1931, the yearnings of the Turkish conservatives to reopen the site as a mosque has never ceased. In the last decade, with tacit government approval, Islamist groups as well as ultranationalists have periodically carried Hagia Sophia to the headlines. They have organized rallies calling upon the government during Friday sermons and initiating petitions to focus the public attention on the matter.

Finally on April 11, 2015, a day before Greek Orthodox Easter Sunday, which coincided with the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, for the first time in 85 years there was a Quran recitation inside Hagia Sophia. In November 2015, a young visitor from Sanliurfa province, Fatih Dortbudak, performed salat (prayer) inside the museum.

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Erdogan is preparing to pray in the Hagia Sophia next Friday:

The President will pray together with members of his party and the religious leaders in Istanbul. The event falls two days before the referendum, to garner the Muslim vote. Transformation of the ancient Christian basilica into a museum rejected. Erdogan: Kemalism is dead.

Istanbul (AsiaNews) – The Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan is preparing to go to pray next Friday April 14 in Saint Sophia in Constantinople, the church declared a museum by the father of Republican Turkey Kemal Ataturk in 1934.

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Fast Friends? Turkey arrives in Somalia

Fast Friends? Turkey arrives in Somalia:

by Paul Pryce. With degrees in political science from both sides of the pond, Paul Pryce has previously worked as Senior Research Fellow for the Atlantic Council of Canada’s Canadian Armed Forces program, as a Research Fellow for the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, and as an Associate Fellow at the Latvian Institute of International Affairs. He has also served as an infantryman in the Canadian Forces.

Turkey announced on 30 September 2017 the establishment of its largest overseas military base, in the Somali capital of Mogadishu (see video above). The facility, which cost approximately $50 million US, is intended to train 10,000 soldiers for the Somali National Army, which is struggling to maintain security against the threat of al-Shabaab, an affiliate of al-Qaeda that briefly seized power in Somalia and continues to wage an insurgency throughout the region. This move has led some observers to argue that Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has adopted a neo-Ottoman foreign policy orientation, seeking to re-establish Turkish dominance in the region that once fell under Ottoman rule. In fact, the motivations behind the Turkish military presence in Somalia are more complex.

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“It’s not 1389 – Serbia and Turkey are now friends”

“It’s not 1389 – Serbia and Turkey are now friends”:

Vucic made the comments during a joint news conference with Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, held after their meeting in Belgrade.

Vucic appraised that relations between the two countries would continue to improve going forward, and that this message, sent from Belgrade today, will be also be sent from Novi Pazar – a town in southwestern Serbia with a large Bosniak (Muslim) population – when Erdogan visits there on Wednesday.

Apparently referring to the year the Battle of Kosovo was fought – when Ottoman Turks started their centuries-long invasion and occupation of the medieval Serbian state – the president then said that “this is not 1389, as some think – this is 2017.”

“Our relations are important for Serbia’s future,” Vucic said.

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