Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Magic turned against Turkish Magician: 7 killed dozens injured in 'Deadly bombing' in Turkish city of Gaziantep

No surprise, more than one year ago I wrote:

Is Erdogan worried about Strategic Relationship with Syria? He should

Erdogan, should worry, Turkey has the same Syrian, religious/ethnic political landscape. So, if Syria falls, Turkey could be NEXT. If Syria survive (IT will), Turkey would lose everything build via the Syrian Gate.

In Arabic we say in Arabic, those who have a Glass home should avoid throwing stones on neighbors....

Turkey Car Bomb

August 20, 2012
A remote-detonated car bomb killed seven people in front of a police station in the southern Turkish town of Gaziantep on August 20, 2012. You can see video footage of the aftermath of the Gaziantep car bomb below.
So far, nobody has claimed responsibility for the bomb attack.

Gaziantep is less than 50km from the Syrian border, and has been receiving aid packages for the tens of thousands of refugees fleeing Syria's civil war.

Bomb in Turkish town of Gaziantep kills seven
Dozens more injured after apparently remote-controlled car bomb explodes in vicinity of police station
The explosion was caused by a remote-controlled car bomb, Turkey's Dogan news agency quoted Gaziantep's governor, Erdal Ata, as saying.

Television footage showed firefighters attempting to douse a fierce blaze that gutted several vehicles.

Turkey has opened a centre in Gaziantep to receive international aid for Syrian refugees fleeing the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad. Turkey is struggling to cope with an influx of almost 70,000 Syrian refugees.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility but southeastern Turkey has seen frequent attacks by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), designated a terrorist group by Turkey, the United States and European Union. The group launched a separatist insurgency in the region 28 years ago.

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