Thursday, 6 October 2011

The "real" reason why Erdogan did not go ahead with Gaza visit

He is desperate to visit Caza, BUT...

Erdugan is busy, very busy, he failed to Domasticate Bashar, therfore,  he can't "be a friend with or trust an administration that fires bullets at its people and attacks its cities with tanks",

Turkey Opens Hunting Season Against Kurds!
"A leader who kills his own people has lost his legitimacy", Erdugan added.
Erdogan takes off gloves: Kurds pay the price

Kurdish women hold portraits of their missing sons during a demonstration
against the killing of 12 Kurdish rebels by security forces.
 © Mustafa Ozer/AFP/Getty Images
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"'Matters will end with a civil war breaking out between the Alawites & the Sunnis!'" Thus said the Commander of Faithful

"... "I fear that matters will end with a civil war breaking out between the Alawites and the Sunnis," Erdogan said in an interview published by Egypt's independent Al-Shourouk as he began his tour in Cairo."We know that the Alawite elite dominates important positions within the regime, the army and the security forces," the Turkish premier said in the interview conducted last week."The people's anger is directed at them, not only because they are a tool of the government, but also because of their confession, and the Syrian regime is playing up this dangerous card," he said. Erdogan said a number of the so-called "shabiha," or pro-government militia, accused by protesters of helping security forces smash the pro-democracy protests, "belong to the Alawite sect."...
He said a solution would be for Assad to get rid of "those surrounding him who insist on the repression and the breaking of the Syrian people's will".
"If President Bashar does not take this step, he personally will pay the price," Erdogan said.
He said Turkey has been consulting with Syria's key regional ally Iran to try to find a way out... Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu "will soon travel to Tehran to pursue consultations on the situation in Syria and after that I will visit Tehran to meet officials," Erdogan said. 
Erdogan said the Arab Spring that saw the collapse of autocratic regimes in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya was ...."
He is desperate to visit Caza, BUT...
Turkey's top officials: A new regime should be established in Libya
"a victory as well for Turkey"

He is desperate to visit Caza, BUT...
Who would fill to Vacum in ME after the Yankee withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan
Haneyya: We are still waiting for Egypt to break siege

Egyptian Brothers finally got it
 حذرت جماعة الاخوان المسلمون أقوى جماعة إسلامية في مصر رئيس الوزراء التركي رجب طيب اردوغان يوم الاربعاء من سعي بلاده للهيمنة على منطقة الشرق الأوسط رغم الترحيب الحماسي الذي لقيه في بداية جولته بالمنطقة
Despite the enthusiastic welcome Erdugan received at the beginning of his tour of the region, Muslim Brotherhood, the most powerful Islamist group in Egypt warned that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan seeks to dominate the Middle East

And Hamas Leadership is staying in SYRIA

In case you missed it: After Egypt Pharaouh, the Turkish Sultan tries to domasticate Hamas

The "real" reason why Erdogan did not go ahead with Gaza visit

[ 14/09/2011 - 09:50 AM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- Egyptians amassed outside the Cairo Opera House on Tuesday calling on visiting Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to show support for the besieged Gaza Strip.
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On Monday night, the PM made a television appearance expressing his deep desire to the visit the Gaza Strip but said he did not want to burden the Egyptians with the visit.
High-level diplomats said the reason why Erdogan decided not to take the trip to Gaza was because it would have put Egypt in a tight situation by him crossing the Rafah border crossing during the current diplomatic fallout with Israel.
The other reason was that Erdogan asked Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to go with him to Gaza during the visit together with Prime Minister Ismail Haneyya, the sources told the PIC. [As far as I know Haneyya is in GAZA -]
They said Erdogan had spoken with Abbas prior to kicking off his recent tour of Arab Spring states to persuade him to go, but Abbas tried to dodge him on several occasions, saying that he would be busy in Egypt promoting the UN bid and with Arab League meetings.
 Now Siege is legal - Thanks to "Big brother "
According to Ibrahim al-Drawi, director of the Palestinian studies center in Cairo, Erdogan was also mulling over the possibility of visiting the Gaza Strip on board an aid convoy. [But,it would have put Netanyahoo in a tight situation by him during the current diplomatic fallout with Israel. UP]
Meanwhile in Gaza, children gathered at the memorial of the Freedom Flotilla victims, Turks shot dead by Israeli commandos as they tried to defy Israel’s blockade of the Gaza Strip. They raised pictures of PM Erdgoan, waved Turkish and Palestinian flags, and called on Erdogan to visit the Gaza Strip in solidarity with the Gazans living under Israeli siege for the past five years.

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