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Explosions in Turkish Izmir

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Another terrorist act occurred in Turkey. This time the target of the attack was the courthouse in the large Turkish city of Izmir. According to preliminary data, explosive devices were put into action, which were in two cars.


Explosions in Turkish Izmir


According to initial reports, at least three people were injured as a result of the explosions. In this case, the dead at the time of publication of the material was not reported. Ambulance cars arrive at the scene of the explosions, as well as detachments of the Turkish Guard and police.



It is reported that after the explosions there was a fire, which several fire brigades try to cope with.

According to the Turkish media, the attack on the courthouse was organized by representatives of the Kurdistan Workers' Party. It is added that the attackers had a small weapon. One of them was shot by the police.



Today, the attack occurred in the Syrian province of Latakia. In the immediate vicinity of the stadium of the city of Jabla an explosive device was activated. The victims of the attack were at least 9 people. More 25 injured varying degrees of severity.
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 5 January 2017 16: 51
    +13
    Shaking Turkey. The instability belt in Eurasia is very necessary for the Anglo-Saxons.
    1. Olgovich
      Olgovich 5 January 2017 17: 06
      +14
      Quote: oleg-gr
      Loosen Turkey


      Less than 100 years ago it was greek Smyrna, which became Turkish Izmir after the genocide of the Greeks of Smyrna ....
      1. HERMES
        HERMES 5 January 2017 17: 27
        +4
        Quote: Olgovich


        Less than 100 years ago it was greek Smyrna, which became Turkish Izmir after the genocide of the Greeks of Smyrna ....


        And for more than 400 years until 1919 it was an Ottoman city.
        Why are you doing this? In the same spirit, I can also give many examples.
        1. antivirus
          antivirus 5 January 2017 17: 38
          0
          everything is changing and Russia will calmly or not calmly cede territory. As long as the people have strength, there are no concessions.
          Turkey will be torn: NATO (USA) give way to part of the influence (and part of control for peace).
          The countries of the Middle East are gaining influence (from the time of the anti-colonial wave) + Russia, + China.
          If the Silk Road goes to Adana, Izmir, Istanbul, is it beneficial for the old transit countries (and their US curator)?
          1. cniza
            cniza 5 January 2017 18: 04
            +5
            Quote: oleg-gr
            Shaking Turkey. The instability belt in Eurasia is very necessary for the Anglo-Saxons.


            Not only Turkey, but the entire Middle East, but we must understand that they are shaking the one who gives in and we need to be prepared.
        2. Monarchist
          Monarchist 5 January 2017 17: 47
          +2
          Hermes, regarding the belonging of Izmir: "it was an Ottoman city" with equal success you can remember Corfu, Cyprus, they too, once belonged to the Turkish sultan.
          Greeks prevailed in Smyrna-Izmir, but the Turks wanted to shed blood
          1. HERMES
            HERMES 5 January 2017 18: 16
            +5
            Quote: Monarchist
            Greeks prevailed in Smyrna-Izmir, but the Turks wanted to shed blood

            I do not deny those events ... it was a fact. But the number of victims was exaggerated for political reasons. I am disgusted with these "crowing" about genocides ... behind which there is a thirst for profit. Not long ago, one of their victims "croaked" with such thoughts. Concurrently our neighbors. And what kind of "white and fluffy" themselves prefer to be silent ...
            China lost at one time more than 40 million people from the atrocities of the Japanese imperial army ... but why are the Chinese silent? Why don't they "trynd" to half the world - "we are victims" ... "We were raped" ... why the Russians don't do it ... there is dignity. Mention of the twenty million dead is most often when - when you need to remember the snickering West - who defeated Nazi Germany.
            As for Corfa and Cyprus ... half of Cyprus is still under the control of the Turks. Also, "I can remember" a huge number of territories that belonged to the Russian Empire. But neither the Empire nor the Sultanate exists now. Actually, what do you need?
          2. Ivanov17
            Ivanov17 5 January 2017 18: 29
            +2
            the Greeks are also good and after the defeat of Turkey in the 1st World War, they ran to cut them
            Quote: Monarchist
            Hermes, regarding the belonging of Izmir: "it was an Ottoman city" with equal success you can remember Corfu, Cyprus, they too, once belonged to the Turkish sultan.
            Greeks prevailed in Smyrna-Izmir, but the Turks wanted to shed blood
            1. garnik
              garnik 6 January 2017 05: 24
              +2
              the Greeks are also good and after the defeat of Turkey in the 1st World War, they ran to cut them
              ------------------------------
              They tried to return their historic land, and this will go on forever.
          3. Ape
            Ape 5 January 2017 21: 28
            +1
            You deal with a Turk, do not let the stick out of your hands.
          4. Ape
            Ape 5 January 2017 21: 30
            +2
            People are building, the Turks are being destroyed. Serbian proverb
          5. garnik
            garnik 6 January 2017 05: 35
            +2
            Greeks prevailed in Smyrna-Izmir, but the Turks wanted to shed blood
            ----------------------
            You are right, in addition to the defenders of the Turks, I would ask to refer to Wikipedia "Massacre in Smyrna". Where the beast is described in its beauty.
        3. Fonmeg
          Fonmeg 5 January 2017 19: 04
          +1
          Smyrna is an ancient city, one of the oldest ancient Greek cities in Asia Minor. Today, the ruins of the city are located in the Turkish city of Izmir.
          Until recently, it was believed that the oldest settlements on the territory of Smyrna date back to 3000 BC. However, in 2004 archaeologists of the University of Izmir discovered settlements of the Neolithic and Chalcolithic periods dating back to the period between 6500 and 4000 in the area of ​​Yesilova-Höyük (tour: Yeşilova Höyük). BC e. In the III millennium BC. e. at the foot of Mount Yamanlar, a settlement arises, later known as “Old Smyrna”. At that time, this area was a small peninsula connected with the mainland by a narrow isthmus (the modern Bayrakli region, northwest of the later city). To 1500 g BC e. the area came under the influence of the Hittite kingdom. Hittite documents mention the names of several places near Izmir. The ruins of the Smyrna agora, on the site of which there were vineyards of the winery in the 1960th century, were preserved for this reason, the territory was not built up until the XNUMXs, until the archaeological excavations began there.


          Learn the story, your mother !!!!
      2. Ivanov17
        Ivanov17 5 January 2017 18: 28
        +2
        Quote: Olgovich
        Quote: oleg-gr
        Loosen Turkey


        Less than 100 years ago it was greek Smyrna, which became Turkish Izmir after the genocide of the Greeks of Smyrna ....

        the genocide of the Greeks is from the same "song" as the Armenian genocide and the Holocaust
      3. Letun
        Letun 5 January 2017 19: 42
        +2
        Quote: Olgovich
        Less than 100 years ago it was the Greek Smyrna, which became Turkish Izmir after the genocide of the Greeks of Smyrna ....

        Kaliningrad 100 years ago whose was? Do not remember?
        I mean, to write such nonsense is somehow not camille ...
        1. garnik
          garnik 6 January 2017 05: 45
          +2
          Kaliningrad 100 years ago whose was? Do not remember?
          I mean, to write such nonsense is somehow not camilpho ..
          -------------------
          These are different things. Kaliningrad is a trophy from the aggressor. And Smyrna, an enslaved city in the hands of the enemy.
      4. garnik
        garnik 6 January 2017 05: 15
        +1
        You are ahead of me. In the Russian Empire, almost all toponyms of the European part of Turkey were pronounced in their original form.

        -------------------------------------------------
        ----
        Less than 100 years ago it was the Greek Smyrna, which became Turkish Izmir after the genocide of the Greeks of Smyrna ..
        -----------------------------------
    2. cayman gene
      cayman gene 5 January 2017 17: 11
      +7
      I agree with you, Oleg, the "partners" really need an unstable, semi-Ishilov Turkey with a nominally secular regime, but with wars here and there (the more, the better) Maybe this Erdogan is still not an Urkagan, and in his muddy skull some biological substances still stirring? It seems not old, educated, not a clinical cretin.
      1. bouncyhunter
        bouncyhunter 5 January 2017 17: 29
        +10
        Quote: oleg-gr
        Shaking Turkey. The instability belt in Eurasia is very necessary for the Anglo-Saxons.

        Typical tactics of arrogant Saxons, known at least since the last century. It’s impossible to stir up a full-fledged civil war, which means that we need to feed the terrorists.
        1. Gulo
          Gulo 5 January 2017 18: 34
          +1
          I’ll fix it a bit. This tactic has been known since the Anglo-Saxons themselves became known. For the rest, I completely agree.
      2. Monarchist
        Monarchist 5 January 2017 17: 53
        +3
        Cayman Gena, the newly-minted sultan is far from imbecile and knows how to add 2 + 2. Another thing is that I would not blame everything on Gulen or the Kurdistan Workers' Party: there is too motley "political landscape".
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    3. OLD FART
      OLD FART 5 January 2017 17: 24
      +1
      Quote: oleg-gr
      Shaking Turkey. The instability belt in Eurasia is very necessary for the Anglo-Saxons.

      Erdogan, according to the script, was supposed to die ... Again, Russia and Putin are not according to the plan and have run into! Now they are taking revenge on Turkey ... And we continue to wet the devils ..! Turks, let's agree at least for a while ...?
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 17: 48
        +3
        Quote: STARPER
        Erdogan was supposed to die according to the script ...

        Vitaly, you don't need to be so bloodthirsty! and with whom, Volfovich will thump and conclude "peace"? the former drinking companions were "reset to zero ..." (I am sincerely sorry), now the impression is that the Head of the Great Liberal Democratic Party, there is no one to drink a cup with ... he needs a sabot companion ... well ... Reghep ... let ... ? Everyone has a lot of questions. (How many videos later on the "pipe" - remember? With ... the deceased ...) I think Erdogan will sweat thoroughly, steeper than in "you know", but drinking with Zhirinovsky - thank you ... -excalator to Allah ... I think not many will agree to sip this Cup of Grail-live hunting bully
        1. OLD FART
          OLD FART 5 January 2017 18: 24
          +2
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          I think Erdogan will sweat thoroughly, cooler than in "you know", but drink with Zhirinovsky - thank you ... this is an escalator to Allah ... I think not many will agree to sip this Grail - to live

          Well Zhirik, I don’t know what ... (father is a lawyer)))) I would have drunk with Zhirinovsky and got into a fight 100% ... (I feel sorry for his guards ..)))) But the thought is direction, I like it sometimes !! !!
          1. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 20: 47
            +1
            Quote: STARPER
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            I think Erdogan will sweat thoroughly, cooler than in "you know", but drink with Zhirinovsky - thank you ... this is an escalator to Allah ... I think not many will agree to sip this Grail - to live

            Well Zhirik, I don’t know what ... (father is a lawyer)))) I would have drunk with Zhirinovsky and got into a fight 100% ... (I feel sorry for his guards ..)))) But the thought is direction, I like it sometimes !! !!

            the essence of your present thought is clear to me, but, with all the good will for you, let me give advice — try infusion-detoxification therapy — it helps, but not for everyone ... but I advise you as a Friend ... although you better send me fuck ... you’d better be ... live longer, but with loved ones, drink blood ... your Polish girl probably need to drink, it will become quieter. wink
    4. gladcu2
      gladcu2 5 January 2017 17: 39
      +3
      Oleg

      But interestingly .. Who is loosening Turkey?

      Americans?

      D. Trump said that the United States had lost its sovereignty. And then many who support Trump continued his point of view and pointed out that D. Sores is working against US sovereignty as a representative of the "shadow government" or "globalists." This "group of individuals" has taken over the control of the CIA and NATO and carries out terrorist financing around the world.

      By "globalists" we mean TNCs, the international financial sector. "globalists" do not bear any social responsibility, do not express anyone's national interests. Therefore, the accusations against the United States as a country are formally groundless.

      But towards the USA there are accusations of MORAL quality. USA, guilty of losing their sovereignty. The United States is required to regain its sovereignty. Because using the territory of the United States, TNCs are destructive of the world.

      That should be the point of view.

      And now to yell in three voices, "The United States must leave," of course, but with understanding. The criticism has to go, because if you don't know that you are bad, you will not get better.

      But his enemies must be identified correctly. Otherwise, it turns out that you are fighting with an ally, at a time when your real enemy is gaining strength in your war.
      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 5 January 2017 18: 05
        +3
        Continuing your point of view, to understand the situation you need to ask yourself a question.

        How did the US government allow the loss of sovereignty?

        Let's remember Kennedy. It is said that Kennedy was the last president of the United States. All the rest were puppet.

        Then what happens? Is the US representation in the UN a fiction ?. USA, how did the state disappear?

        Why, ALL statements of US representatives to the UN, as well as representatives of Germany, Ukraine (tfyu, these are generally disgusting to recall), do not bear any responsibility for their own national interests because they are puppet. So they are nobody.

        Isn’t it time to raise this issue publicly? Moreover, D. Trump has already given such a right, taking responsibility by declaring that the United States has lost sovereignty.

        Is it not time for the representative of Russia in the United Nations, as a country to uphold its sovereignty, loudly and confidently announce so that the world can hear that the governments of many countries are puppet and cannot have their own representation in the UN.

        Well, I'm generally nobody, just a nickname on the Internet. So-so ... I can have an opinion.
      2. Kasym
        Kasym 5 January 2017 18: 10
        +6
        The Turks announced the Ingerlik base today. I am not a supporter of "conspiracy theory" and do not intend to somehow connect these two events. But the fact is that NATO, with all the capabilities of their special services, do not help Erdogan cope with the problems. Moreover, the Kurds are being helped, the opposition is helping, the barmaley are being helped - they did everything to make it (the terrorist attacks) start. And then there is Syria and the deepening split (not without the fault of the authorities) in society.
        Terrorist attacks in Turkey significantly increased. Moreover, different sides (Gülen’s, IG, Kurds), which is a distinctive feature. Who can help Erdogan if the members of the Alliance do nothing to help? Who could defeat terror in their country? Soon a meeting in Moscow and then in Astana - maybe this is the reason? But one more thing. Previously, the attacks were directed mainly against the police and the army, but now ... the ambassador, citizens, the court. Goals are changing. Can Turkey turn into Syria and Iraq? This is not beneficial for us ... But we can try to make Turkey leave NATO after this catastrophe. hi
        1. antivirus
          antivirus 5 January 2017 18: 42
          0
          antivirus 1 Today, 17:38 ↑
          everything is changing and Russia will calmly or not calmly cede territory. As long as the people have strength, there are no concessions.
          Turkey will be torn: NATO (USA) give way to part of the influence (and part of control for peace).
          The countries of the Middle East are gaining influence (from the time of the anti-colonial wave) + Russia, + China.
          If the Silk Road goes to Adana, Izmir, Istanbul, is it beneficial for the old transit countries (and their US curator)?
        2. gladcu2
          gladcu2 5 January 2017 23: 38
          +3
          Kasym

          Good... laughing

          You are not a conspiracy theorist. laughing

          In the first sentence, you asked yourself a question, why won't NATO help Turkey? I'll give you the answer, but it will be within the "conspiracy theory".

          Let's make it easier for you to figure it out, I'll start from far away.

          With the presence of systemic crises of capitalism, do you agree? Well, history has already shown these crises that have occurred over the past 100 years. Do you remember how these crises were solved in the USA, in Europe ?.

          In the USA, Roosevelt administratively eliminated the situation, created labor armies, built a bunch of roads, got real estate, made an issue (printed money for the cost of roads). Then the Second World War turned up successfully.

          In Europe they made Hitler, launched fascism. Indicated the enemies.

          The question is, who did all this? It’s too early to answer.

          Let's continue.

          USSR destroyed. Under the slogan, capitalism is good, socialism-communism is bad. But the systemic nature of the crises has not gone away. It needs to be solved somehow.

          Further. 26 years as there is no USSR. In its structure, Russia resembles the United States as twin brothers.
          Question.
          Why is such a low turnover of Russia and the United States after 2008? A year recognized at the beginning of another crisis.

          The answer is by analogy. Because Russia was identified again as an enemy? And it does not play any role that Russia itself is the most bourgeois country.
          And by analogy, the development of further events exponentially fits D. Trump. With its administrative rigidity.

          What should be next? But wait joyfully to scream that you know the answer.

          The question remains open.

          Who needs all this?

          Answer. All this is needed by a third party. To the side that is not interested in any national interests.

          And who does not represent national interests in our country. That's right TNCs and NATO. And who controls them?

          Any questions?
          1. Kasym
            Kasym 6 January 2017 15: 03
            +1
            Well, then in all the troubles of the West, you can safely blame GDP, if we proceed from the conspiracy theory! laughing Do you believe that? hi
      3. 34 region
        34 region 5 January 2017 20: 25
        +1
        17.39. Smooth2! Why is the US losing its sovereignty? From the transfer of factories to China, the USA ceased to be independent? In my talk of losing state sovereignty, pure bluff. While the UN and the IOC carry out the team of Americans. The IMF and other financial institutions also have nothing against the United States. But the USA even obliged Swiss banks to provide information about depositors. Despite the joyful screams of the presence of shale gas and oil in the United States, for some reason, a fire of war breaks out at gas stations of traditional oil products. Why is the Soviet Union after the loss of sovereignty embraced by armed conflicts, but in the United States and on its borders about armed conflicts, rebels, opposition is not heard? And the computer programs we have are all American. And the vast expanses of the universe plow mainly American probes. So do not bury in advance a still prosperous organism.
        1. gladcu2
          gladcu2 5 January 2017 21: 57
          0
          34 region

          You have a system error.

          The transfer of industry from the United States to China is not a cause, but a consequence of the loss of sovereignty.

          Based on this statement, all that you wrote is complete nonsense.

          Look at the root, colleagues.
          1. 34 region
            34 region 6 January 2017 02: 57
            0
            21.57! Smooth2! I see no signs of loss of sovereignty by the United States. Open my eyelids!
        2. antivirus
          antivirus 6 January 2017 09: 33
          0
          Yes, the US is very quick to want to shed old skin. They will call: we are not responsible for those bastards
          RF will not show. but China and others can collect in one "piece of paper" the number of debt and just compensation for damage.
    5. vovanpain
      vovanpain 5 January 2017 18: 24
      +9
      Quote: oleg-gr
      Shaking Turkey. The instability belt in Eurasia is very necessary for the Anglo-Saxons.

      Yes, and Erdogan is not flirting with the Nuggest Saxons:
      Newspaper and social networks have made Obama an Istanbul terrorist
      The Turkish newspaper Yeni Akit on Wednesday posted on its website, as well as on Twitter, a collage of two images. Right - a picture of a man who attacked a nightclub in Istanbul, in which his face was replaced by the face of US President Barack Obama. On the left is the usual photo of the American leader. The collage spread on social networks. Tweet is accompanied by these words: "The clearest photo of the killer." The same phrase is in the title of the material on the publication’s website. This note consists of one paragraph, which reads as follows: “Social networks discuss that the United States is behind the terrorist attack at the Reina club.” The image with Obama spread on the Internet. The Yeni Akit Twitter page has more than one hundred thousand subscribers, and the publication’s website is one of the most visited portals in Turkey, Turkish Minute notes. On the night of January 1, a man armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle came to a popular institution in Istanbul. He killed two people at the entrance, including a policeman, went inside and opened indiscriminate firing. 39 people were killed, including a Russian woman, 69 were injured. Responsibility for the attack was claimed by the Islamic State terrorist group banned in Russia. The suspect is still at large. A video appeared on the Internet with the alleged offender.
      https://lenta.ru/news/2017/01/05/obama/?utm_sourc
      e = lentatw & utm_medium = social & utm_campaign = gazeta-i
      -sotsseti-sdelali-obamu-stambuls wink Maybe they’re right. fellow
  2. Tutin
    Tutin 5 January 2017 16: 53
    +1
    Kneel down
    1. 210ox
      210ox 5 January 2017 16: 59
      +5
      To put Erdogan on his knees? No matter how we treat him, he is a strong personality .. at least for this he must be respected. Condolences to the victims. By the way, his superiors wanted to bring him to his knees, it did not work, unlike the same Kiev, which is not right that on my knees in front of the master, but also diligently "work"
      Quote: Tutin
      Kneel down
      1. Monarchist
        Monarchist 5 January 2017 17: 57
        +2
        210 okv, I agree with you: I didn’t put the Sultan on my knees, and maydaunas squeak some pleasure
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 17: 00
      +7
      Quote: Tutin
      Kneel down

      you yourself have been on your knees ... "offended." ... I interpret for your "nicknames and names". I am not a supporter of the President, but I do not tolerate rudeness in his direction, this is the Head of State, and there is an article corresponding now ... so: my sympathy ...
      1. 210ox
        210ox 5 January 2017 18: 03
        +3
        Andrei, this type is probably a bad guy, the bourgeoisie-a barrel of jam, and Bandera-iPhone7 .. rewarded ..
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        Quote: Tutin
        Kneel down

        you yourself have been on your knees ... "offended." ... I interpret for your "nicknames and names". I am not a supporter of the President, but I do not tolerate rudeness in his direction, this is the Head of State, and there is an article corresponding now ... so: my sympathy ...
  3. patriot-rf
    patriot-rf 5 January 2017 16: 53
    +3
    I would like to know, but what about the support of the bearded? How do ordinary people look at it?
    1. inkass_98
      inkass_98 5 January 2017 17: 10
      +3
      Quote: patriot-RF
      But what about the support of the bearded?

      Everything is quite complicated there, not only bearded against Erdogan, but Kurds in the first place. And with regard to the Kurds, I have a double attitude: as people I simply cannot stand them (I had experience of personal relationships), but as a people with the right to statehood, I understand. When our relations with Turkey worsened last year, the first thought was to strengthen Russia's support for the Kurds. But there was a catch - Erdogan is not always, and our interests in Asia Minor have been around for the second thousand years, and it is not a fact that the same Kurds will help us in realizing our ambitions in this region.
  4. White Russia
    White Russia 5 January 2017 16: 54
    +3
    Well, quite somehow it becomes alarming from the news. Where the world is heading .... What is not news is trouble.
  5. RDX
    RDX 5 January 2017 16: 55
    +4
    These are the fruits of flirting, terrorist attacks, as with good morning Ankara
  6. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 5 January 2017 16: 56
    +1
    Someone there now is organizing bloody massacres - one black ... th Nobel takes revenge on disobedience.
    1. Deniska999
      Deniska999 5 January 2017 17: 01
      0
      There are plenty of mine.
  7. Sergey F
    Sergey F 5 January 2017 16: 56
    +1
    So it’s mine, go and play pranks!
    Either Turkish or Syrian Kurds - horseradish radish is not sweeter!
  8. mitrich
    mitrich 5 January 2017 16: 58
    +5
    This is for our Caucasus and for your health resort, a hospital for our home-grown terrorists.
    Get the return from the Almighty.
    Still this and towards the shining city on the hill would wait ....
  9. parusnik
    parusnik 5 January 2017 16: 59
    +6
    Treason in the East is not forgiven .. Erdogan began to shoot Iglovtsev .. then he answered terrorist attacks ..
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 17: 07
      +2
      Quote: parusnik
      Treason in the East is not forgiven .. Erdogan began to shoot Iglovtsev .. then he answered terrorist attacks ..

      I beg you ... no cliches, as if you would forgive, living in the west? I am not a Caucasian, but I am a mountaineer, the Middle Urals are mountains, and I like it, blood for blood, what happens, my life is worth nothing if I do not take revenge. scum from this and multiply, that there is no punishment, "justice" is always within "framework" ... and blood is not. IMHO.
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 5 January 2017 18: 26
        +3
        What stamps, rewind the film back ... How good it was .. They gave him oil, he gave them weapons, money ... and like bombing .. Both sides were happy with everything .. The peak of relations was when the Turks shot down a Russian plane .. everyone was happy and Turks and barmalei .. And all the love collapsed .. Erdogan was sold to the Russians .. as the barmalei think .. and the answer went .. And surely Erdogan swore by his mother the barmaley .. that everything will be hockey ..
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 19: 07
          0
          Quote: parusnik
          The peak of relations was when the Turks shot down a Russian plane .. everyone rejoiced both the Turks and the barmalei .. And all the love crashed .. Erdogan was sold to the Russians .. as the barmalei think .. and the answer went off .. And surely Erdogan swore to his mother the barmaley .. that everything will be hockey ..

          let's describe everything in Russian; the plane was shot down ..... otvetka: burnt columns and wells, the impossibility of free transit, pamidors, tourists, and so on ... a collapse was going on in detail, plus a cherry on the cake-conspiracy, and our tip ... not bad? I think the "party" continues ...
    2. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 5 January 2017 18: 20
      +1
      Quote: parusnik
      Treason in the East is not forgiven .. Erdogan began to shoot Iglovtsev .. then he answered terrorist attacks ..

      Erdogan simply hinted to the mattresses that he might ask them to leave the Ingerlik base.
  10. Knight Rider
    Knight Rider 5 January 2017 17: 01
    +1
    Looks like the Turkish army in Syria pinched someone’s tail very painfully. How many terrorist attacks in Turkey in recent years ... Although there are their own, Turkish extremists, a dime a dozen
  11. core
    core 5 January 2017 17: 02
    +5
    Since the 90s, Turkey has warmed all the terrorist rubbish from the former USSR. now bearded thanks. but it's good. there is little democracy, Erdogan will quickly smear them together with wives and children into Turkish dust. one bad thing is now running home again.
    1. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 5 January 2017 17: 24
      +1
      Kurds live there from time immemorial, probably even before the arrival of the same Turks
  12. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 5 January 2017 17: 05
    +3
    Erdagan should say thanks to the USA for this! And removing the NATO collar will be very difficult. As always, ordinary people suffer.
  13. bald
    bald 5 January 2017 17: 07
    +5
    Turkey is so teeming with terrorists as a street dog stuffed with fleas. They bred this nursery, while they were not touched in Syria. Plus the Kurds are vendetta.
  14. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 5 January 2017 17: 11
    +3
    This is the handwriting of the Kurds. Work on the gendarmerie, police, army, courts. Not for people. And do not use suicide bombers. Kurds are Erdogan's big headache. Very big.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 17: 18
      +1
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      This is the handwriting of the Kurds

      you can think so, you shouldn't voice it. then be surprised to see your words in the "blogosphere" ... - they filter and choose the right one for "time", don't be children ... well, if you have nothing to lose - go ahead ... but in general , for all the stupid, if not "ideological", bite your tongues ... otherwise: "to the madness of the brave, we sing a song ..." and the rest, who have nothing to lose: go ahead ... I'm not you, I'm on my own, I don’t believe anyone.
  15. Arameev
    Arameev 5 January 2017 17: 16
    +1
    almost every day - for a terrorist attack! it reminds me of something ..... the authorities, as usual, are unlikely to draw the right conclusions, but ordinary people suffer (this, unfortunately, is usually the case in our world). you can not justify (not to mention support!) terror in any form and for any reason - it seems to be a truism, but for some reason ... sometimes people forget about it. I sympathize with the Turks.
  16. Ihrek
    Ihrek 5 January 2017 17: 17
    +5
    This is what Putin warned about - "It will not work to tame the terrorists"
  17. kill the fascist
    kill the fascist 5 January 2017 17: 19
    +2
    It seems that the bearded ones decided to become active in Turkey. there still Kurds do not allow to relax ... it will be difficult for the Turkish authorities. I would like to gloat, but if Erdogash is dumped, then the Russian Federation, I think, will definitely not benefit from such a replacement. and ordinary citizens, not authorities, suffer from terrorist attacks.
  18. Dezinto
    Dezinto 5 January 2017 17: 44
    +3
    I wonder how much trips now to this country.? Although it’s not interesting, I didn’t go there! Like in Egypt. As in the plane now can not drive me! )))

    I'd rather go to Tyumen by train, .... calmly and sincerely. Well nafig these adventures.
  19. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 17: 59
    +1
    Quote: DEZINTO
    Well nafig these adventures.
    Reply Quote Complaint More ... DEZINTO

    Kolya ... just take the money with you, don’t take it, the card is our fsё ... support phone number, save, call, call. (Well, eat, four to four in the sock) and so ... we have good people .. cowards do not take away ...
    1. Dezinto
      Dezinto 5 January 2017 18: 02
      +1
      )))) I understood )
      only money with you, don’t take it

      1. Dezinto
        Dezinto 5 January 2017 18: 03
        0
        Well bargain ...

        Caravan)



        No offense. I’m just watching a movie.
      2. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 5 January 2017 18: 06
        +1
        Quote: DEZINTO
        ) I understood )

        about... yes
  20. sgazeev
    sgazeev 5 January 2017 18: 56
    0
    Quote: bouncyhunter
    Quote: oleg-gr
    Shaking Turkey. The instability belt in Eurasia is very necessary for the Anglo-Saxons.

    Typical tactics of arrogant Saxons, known at least since the last century. It’s impossible to stir up a full-fledged civil war, which means that we need to feed the terrorists.

    Turkish newspaper suggested looking for Istanbul killer based on Obama's photograph

    The Turkish newspaper Yeni Akit posted a collage on its website and on Twitter, where it presented US President Barack Obama as the Istanbul assassin. The image on the right is a snapshot of a criminal whose face was replaced with Obama's, on the left is a regular snapshot of the head of the United States. The collage is labeled "Clearest Photograph of a Killer." The article on the website of the publication says that the involvement of Washington in the shooting of people in a nightclub in Istanbul is being discussed on social networks.

    Source: http://politikus.ru/events/88758-tureckaya-gazeta
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    Politikus.ru
  21. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 5 January 2017 18: 57
    0
    It was necessary to think when the terrorists were taken out by bus from Aleppo !!! ??? These jackals, under the wing of the Anglo-Saxons, will again gather in packs.
  22. igor67
    igor67 5 January 2017 19: 16
    +1
    For 2016, 1116 suicide bombers of the IGilovites blew themselves up, these are only suicide bombers,