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Erstellt von Amphion, 27.12.2013, 17:31 Uhr · 15.069 Antworten · 588.255 Aufrufe

  1. #5891
    Avatar von Lubenica

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    Zitat Zitat von TuAF Beitrag anzeigen
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    kurdische islamisten stehen im verdacht die anschlaege in ankara und suruc veruebt zu haben..
    Klingt nicht glaubwürdig. Es gibt einen Verdacht, es wird gemutmaßt. Aleviten?

    Es ist offensichtlich, dass es immer die größten Gegner Erdogans getroffen hat. Suruc, zb. da gab es keine Demonstration, das war ein Ort, wo sich auch internationale Linke trafen und da haben vereinzelte ideologisierte Fanatiker nicht die Praxis und das Know-How, so etwas zu koordienieren und sie haben nicht die Infos, um ihre Ziele so auszuwählen. Da steckt ein Netzwerk dahinter.
    Als ob der IS sich speziell für das linke Kulturzentrum in Suruc interessiert hätte, das ist sehr unwahrscheinlich. Der IS hat andere Probleme gehabt und die Einheiten des IS waren eher damit beschäftigt, die neu eroberten Gebiete zu halten und sie mussten sich aus vielen Gebieten zurückziehen. Die ganze Aufmerksamkeit galt den Gebieten und den Fronten in Syrien.

    Warum waren keine Sicherheitskräfte, Polizei etc. in der Nähe der Demo?

    Ob es eine Verbindung von einem Netzwerk zum IS gibt ist wiederum nicht auszuschließen. Doch welches Netzwerk?

  2. #5892
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    Zitat Zitat von TuAF Beitrag anzeigen
    . - - - Aktualisiert - - - kurdische islamisten stehen im verdacht die anschlaege in ankara und suruc veruebt zu haben..
    Ich denke die Hisbullah steckt dahinter. Die hdp/pkk werden als Ungläubige angesehen.

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    Zitat Zitat von Tigerfish Beitrag anzeigen
    Wie alt bist du?
    Lass doch diesen krypto-armenier in Ruhe!

  3. #5893
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    Die ganze jüngere türkische Geschichte in zwei Bildern:
    Eins: Deniz Uzatmaz bei einer Gendenkkundgebung für den Studenten Ali İsmail Korkmaz (19), der während der Gezi-Proteste in Eskişehir von Polizisten u.a. totgeprügelt wurde.
    Zwei: Junge Frau am Montag bei der Beerdigung von Deniz Uzatmaz (auch 19, auch Student) in Kahramanmaraş, der bei dem Anschlag in Ankara ermordet wurde.


    İki karede Türkiye'nin bütün yakın tarihi:
    Bir: Deniz Uzatmaz, Gezi direnişinde Eskişehir'de polis ve sivil tarafınca dövülerek öldürülen 19 yaşındaki üniversite öğrencisi Ali İsmail Korkmaz için yapılan bir anma esnasında.
    İki: Genç kadın, Ankara'da katledilen Deniz Uzatmaz (yine 19 yaşında, yine üniversite öğrencisi) Pazartesi günü Kahramanmaraş'ta kaldırılan cenazesi esnasında.



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  4. #5894
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    Turkey has warned the United States and Russia that it will not tolerate Kurdish territorial gains by Kurdish militia close to its frontiers in northwestern Syria, two senior officials said.

    "This is clear-cut for us and there is no joking about it," one official said of the possibility of Syrian Kurdish militia crossing the Euphrates to extend control along Turkish borders from Iraq's Kurdistan region towards the Mediterranean coast.

    Turkey fears advances by Kurdish militia, Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), backed by its political wing, the pro-Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), on the Syrian side of its 900-kilometer (560-mile) border will fuel separatist ambitions among Kurds in its own southeastern territories. But Washington has supported YPG fighters as an effective force in combating Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

    "The PYD has been getting closer with both the United States and Russia of late. We view the PYD as a terrorist group and we want all countries to consider the consequences of their cooperation," one of the Turkish officials said.

    Turkey suspects Russia, which launched air strikes in Syria two weeks ago, has also been lending support to the YPG and PYD.
    "With support from Russia, the PYD is trying to capture land between Jarablus and Azaz, going west of the Euphrates. We will never accept this," the official said.
    He said Turkey had raised its concerns at high-level meetings with the US, European Union and Russia.
    Putin: Russia sees Turkey as important partner

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Turkey is one of Russia's most important partners and that Russia needed to understand how to build relations with Turkey to fight terrorism.
    Speaking at an investment conference, Putin said Russia is ready to work with Turkey and that Russia understands Turkey's concerns over Russian operations in Syria.

    Noting that Turkey is one of the most important partners of Russia, Putin said: "We have had very developed relations over many years. Look at the construction business. Recently Turkish firms got contracts in Russia worth 12 billion rubles. Turkey has intensified its delivery of agricultural goods to our market, while we mostly deliver energy resources to them."

    He said Turkey has concerns over the Kurdish factor [in Syria] and fighting terrorism. While there are contacts between military officials of the two countries, Putin said there is also a need for joint work at a political level.
    Regarding Russian intervention in Syria, he said Russia is not striving for leadership over Syria, adding that existing cooperation with Western countries over the Syrian conflict was not enough.
    Russia, the United States and Europe should encourage political dialogue between the sides of the Syrian conflict, Putin added.
    Iraqi strikes

    The Turkish officials did not say what action, if any, Turkey might take if YPG forces crossed the Euphrates. Ankara has carried out air strikes against terrorist Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) members based in the mountains of northern Iraq, but attacks on Kurds in Syria would be far riskier, bringing Ankara into possible conflict both with US and Russian air forces.
    The YPG said on Monday it had joined forces with Arab rebels and that their new alliance has been promised fresh weapon supplies by the United States for an assault on ISIL forces in what is effectively their capital, Raqqa.
    Turkey has accused the Kurdish militia of pursuing "demographic change" in northern Syria by forcibly displacing Turkmen and Arab communities. Ankara fears ultimately the creation of an independent Kurdish state occupying contiguous territories currently belonging to Iraq, Syria and Turkey.

    Amnesty International on Tuesday accused the YPG, which has seized swathes of northern Syria from ISIL this year, of committing war crimes by driving out thousands of non-Kurdish civilians and destroying their homes.

    Amnesty said its findings were based on visits to 14 towns and villages in the provinces of Hassakeh and Raqqa this summer, areas that are under Kurdish control. It said the abuses amount to war crimes.
    The rights group said at least two villages were entirely demolished. In at least eight other villages, the residents were forced to leave, sometimes threatened with being shot or targeted in US air strikes. It said the victims were mainly Arab, but also included Turkmens and other Kurds.

    The Kurds, who have emerged as the US-led coalition's most capable partner in Syria against ISIL on the ground, deny such accusations. They say those who left areas they seized did so to escape fighting and are welcome to return.

    Over 40,000 people have been killed in clashes between the PKK and the Turkish security forces in Turkey since 1984. The collapse of a cease-fire in July has brought a sharp increase in conflict between security forces and PKK fighters.





    Turkey warns US, Russia against backing Kurdish militia in Syria

  5. #5895
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    Zitat Zitat von Qasr-el-Yahud Beitrag anzeigen
    Turkey has warned the United States and Russia that it will not tolerate Kurdish territorial gains by Kurdish militia close to its frontiers in northwestern Syria, two senior officials said.

    "This is clear-cut for us and there is no joking about it," one official said of the possibility of Syrian Kurdish militia crossing the Euphrates to extend control along Turkish borders from Iraq's Kurdistan region towards the Mediterranean coast.

    Turkey fears advances by Kurdish militia, Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), backed by its political wing, the pro-Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), on the Syrian side of its 900-kilometer (560-mile) border will fuel separatist ambitions among Kurds in its own southeastern territories. But Washington has supported YPG fighters as an effective force in combating Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

    "The PYD has been getting closer with both the United States and Russia of late. We view the PYD as a terrorist group and we want all countries to consider the consequences of their cooperation," one of the Turkish officials said.

    Turkey suspects Russia, which launched air strikes in Syria two weeks ago, has also been lending support to the YPG and PYD.
    "With support from Russia, the PYD is trying to capture land between Jarablus and Azaz, going west of the Euphrates. We will never accept this," the official said.
    He said Turkey had raised its concerns at high-level meetings with the US, European Union and Russia.
    Putin: Russia sees Turkey as important partner


    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Turkey is one of Russia's most important partners and that Russia needed to understand how to build relations with Turkey to fight terrorism.
    Speaking at an investment conference, Putin said Russia is ready to work with Turkey and that Russia understands Turkey's concerns over Russian operations in Syria.

    Noting that Turkey is one of the most important partners of Russia, Putin said: "We have had very developed relations over many years. Look at the construction business. Recently Turkish firms got contracts in Russia worth 12 billion rubles. Turkey has intensified its delivery of agricultural goods to our market, while we mostly deliver energy resources to them."

    He said Turkey has concerns over the Kurdish factor [in Syria] and fighting terrorism. While there are contacts between military officials of the two countries, Putin said there is also a need for joint work at a political level.
    Regarding Russian intervention in Syria, he said Russia is not striving for leadership over Syria, adding that existing cooperation with Western countries over the Syrian conflict was not enough.
    Russia, the United States and Europe should encourage political dialogue between the sides of the Syrian conflict, Putin added.
    Iraqi strikes


    The Turkish officials did not say what action, if any, Turkey might take if YPG forces crossed the Euphrates. Ankara has carried out air strikes against terrorist Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) members based in the mountains of northern Iraq, but attacks on Kurds in Syria would be far riskier, bringing Ankara into possible conflict both with US and Russian air forces.
    The YPG said on Monday it had joined forces with Arab rebels and that their new alliance has been promised fresh weapon supplies by the United States for an assault on ISIL forces in what is effectively their capital, Raqqa.
    Turkey has accused the Kurdish militia of pursuing "demographic change" in northern Syria by forcibly displacing Turkmen and Arab communities. Ankara fears ultimately the creation of an independent Kurdish state occupying contiguous territories currently belonging to Iraq, Syria and Turkey.

    Amnesty International on Tuesday accused the YPG, which has seized swathes of northern Syria from ISIL this year, of committing war crimes by driving out thousands of non-Kurdish civilians and destroying their homes.

    Amnesty said its findings were based on visits to 14 towns and villages in the provinces of Hassakeh and Raqqa this summer, areas that are under Kurdish control. It said the abuses amount to war crimes.
    The rights group said at least two villages were entirely demolished. In at least eight other villages, the residents were forced to leave, sometimes threatened with being shot or targeted in US air strikes. It said the victims were mainly Arab, but also included Turkmens and other Kurds.

    The Kurds, who have emerged as the US-led coalition's most capable partner in Syria against ISIL on the ground, deny such accusations. They say those who left areas they seized did so to escape fighting and are welcome to return.

    Over 40,000 people have been killed in clashes between the PKK and the Turkish security forces in Turkey since 1984. The collapse of a cease-fire in July has brought a sharp increase in conflict between security forces and PKK fighters.





    Turkey warns US, Russia against backing Kurdish militia in Syria
    Denkst du wirklich, dass die türkische Regierung nach der leeren Drohung von irgendeinem Staat ernstgenommen wird?

    Die lachen sich bestimmt kaputt. Wenn ich es tue, tun sie es erst recht.

  6. #5896
    Avatar von Ts61

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    Zitat Zitat von Toruko-jin Beitrag anzeigen
    Denkst du wirklich, dass die türkische Regierung nach der leeren Drohung von irgendeinem Staat ernstgenommen wird?

    Die lachen sich bestimmt kaputt. Wenn ich es tue, tun sie es erst recht.

    So ist es patrida.

  7. #5897
    Avatar von Tigerfish

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    Zitat Zitat von Toruko-jin Beitrag anzeigen
    Denkst du wirklich, dass die türkische Regierung nach der leeren Drohung von irgendeinem Staat ernstgenommen wird?

    Die lachen sich bestimmt kaputt. Wenn ich es tue, tun sie es erst recht.
    Ist das so eine Art Genugtuung für dich?
    Was du tust geht mit dir den Bach runter.

    Langsam interessieren mich deine Beiträge nicht mehr.

    Sorry

  8. #5898
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    Selbstmordanschlag in Ankara
    Behörden kannten die Attentäter


    14:26 Uhr
    Nach Medienberichten waren die beiden Anhänger des IS und standen auf einer Liste der Geheimdienste. Ein mutmaßlicher Komplize wurde verhaftet.

    Die beiden radikal-islamischen Selbstmordattentäter, die am Samstag bei dem schweren Anschlag in Ankara fast hundert Menschen töteten, waren den Behörden bekannt. Wie die Zeitung „Hürriyet“ am Mittwoch meldete, handelte es sich bei den Tätern um zwei Anhänger des Islamischen Staates (IS), deren Namen auf einer Verdächtigenliste von Polizei und Geheimdienst standen. Ein mutmaßlicher Komplize der beiden Selbstmordattentäter wurde dem Bericht zufolge in der Stadt Gaziantep an der syrischen Grenze festgenommen.

    Unterdessen ging der politische Streit um die Hintergründe des Anschlags vor der Parlamentsneuwahl am 1. November weiter. Ministerpräsident Ahmet Davutoglu sprach von Hinweisen, wonach der IS und die kurdische Rebellengruppe PKK bei der Gewalttat kooperierten. Da sich PKK und IS im Nordirak und in Syrien erbittert bekämpfen, ist dies sehr unwahrscheinlich. Davutoglus Aussage zeigt das Bemühen der Regierung, vor der Wahl die Kurdenpartei HDP zu attackieren, die enge Verbindungen zur PKK hat.

    Selbstmordanschlag in Ankara: Behörden kannten die Attentäter - Politik - Tagesspiegel


    Türkei: Innenministerium suspendiert Polizeichefs

    14. Oktober 2015, 13:36


    Ankara – In der Türkei gibt es angesichts der Kritik an den Behörden nach dem Anschlag von Ankara mit fast 100 Toten erste personelle Konsequenzen. Die Chefs der Polizei sowie des Geheim- und Sicherheitsdienstes in Ankara seien suspendiert worden, wie die offizielle Nachrichtenagentur Anadolu am Mittwoch meldete. Dieser Schritt solle effektive Untersuchungen der Anschläge ermöglichen, hieß es zur Begründung auf der Seite des Innenministeriums. Ob nach deren Abschluss die Beamten wieder auf ihre Posten zurückkehren, blieb unklar.

    Präsident Recep Tayyip Erdogan hatte am Dienstag mögliche Versäumnisse der Sicherheitsbehörden eingeräumt und Sonderermittlungen durch das Präsidialamt angeordnet. In den vergangenen Tagen waren insbesondere Vorwürfe an Innenminister Selami Altinok laut geworden, der bisher jedoch einen Rücktritt ablehnt.
    ...
    Türkei: Innenministerium suspendiert Polizeichefs - Türkei - derStandard.at ? International



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