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Turkish security forces killed in the basement of a house in Cizre 60 Kurds

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Turkish TV channel TRT reports an increase in the number of personnel of the Turkish police and army special forces involved in the course of a military operation in the south-east of the country. Official Ankara continues to call the operation “anti-terrorist”, but in fact it is being carried out against the Kurdish population, and in its course at least one hundred and fifty civilians have already died.


Turkish security forces killed in the basement of a house in Cizre 60 Kurds


In a summary of the official representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Turkey, it is reported that during a special operation in the city of Cizre (Sirnak Province, Turkey), Turkish security forces killed 60 "militants". Official Ankara calls the “militants” representatives of the Kurdish population who disagree with the policies of the central authorities regarding the Kurdish communities.

From the message channel:
Turkish security forces broke into the basement of one of the buildings where 70 militants were stationed. 60 of them were destroyed.


What did the "militants" do in the basement of one of the houses in such numbers? - the channel does not report.

It is noteworthy that just a few days ago, the Dzizre Kurdish population appealed to international organizations and the Turkish authorities with a request to allow humanitarian workers to enter the city, where people are forced to hide from shelling in basements. This appeal actually sheds light on what kind of "militants" were in the basement TRT mentioned - in all likelihood, these were ordinary civilians fleeing Turkish bullets.
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  1. Wolka
    Wolka 8 February 2016 12: 59
    32
    and what is the UN silent about, ay, ay human rights activists, where are you?
    1. Pravdarm
      Pravdarm 8 February 2016 13: 03
      19
      The UN behaves in exactly the same way as in DONBASS! How will they say otherwise, against the patrons of it all?
      Turkish security forces killed 60 "militants." Official Ankara calls the representatives of the Kurdish population “fighters”. (TurkOSMI)

      =
      Ukrainian security forces destroyed ... "separatist terrorists." Official Kiev calls the representatives of the LDNR population “separatist terrorists”. (UrcoSMI) (

      Rate the specularity, somewhat curved, like a Turkish saber! sad
      1. cniza
        cniza 8 February 2016 13: 15
        +8
        Their roof is the United States and NATO, so the UN will silently sniff. Erdogan completely unbelted seems like his own and will fall down.
        1. Inok10
          Inok10 8 February 2016 13: 45
          +6
          Quote: cniza
          Their roof is the United States and NATO, so the UN will silently sniff. Erdogan completely unbelted seems like his own and will fall down.

          ... so it will be ... although why are we surprised ?! ... at the beginning of the 20th century, Pontic Greeks and Armenians were slaughtered ... by the way, the Kurds actively helped them in this ... now the turn has reached the Kurds themselves ... hi
        2. Misha Honest
          Misha Honest 8 February 2016 14: 43
          +2
          Quote: cniza
          Erdogan completely unbelted seems like his own and will fall down.

          If they could, they would have already been dumped long ago. He has his own people at all key posts in the country. He quickly crushes the opposition to himself. Yes, and Washington Erdogan seems to have received permission from all his actions. So the Yankees will cover it, while it will meet their interests.
          So no one will pull the Turk now. Everyone silently pretends that everything is fine, and Erdogan is increasingly impudent from impunity.
      2. The comment was deleted.
    2. vovanpain
      vovanpain 8 February 2016 13: 05
      15
      Quote: Volka
      and what is the UN silent about, ay, ay human rights activists, where are you?

      How where? Yelling about the infringement of the rights of the Crimean Tatar Majlis and personally Messrs. Dzhemilev, Chubarov and Islyamov. request
      1. Militia
        Militia 8 February 2016 13: 19
        +6
        .... involved in a military operation in the southeast of the country. Official Ankara continues to call the operation "anti-terrorist", but in fact it is carried out against the Kurdish population

        Doesn’t resemble anything? Erdogan followed in the footsteps of Poroshenko and it seems that the instructions or teachers are the same. All under the carbon copy, as in the southeast of Ukraine. It’s amazing.
    3. Samen
      Samen 8 February 2016 13: 34
      +3
      and what is the UN silent about, ay, ay human rights activists, where are you?

      Give an independent Kurdistan !!!
      Freedom and independence of the Kurds !!!
      Erdogan on trial !!! negative negative negative
    4. FiremamRescueS
      FiremamRescueS 8 February 2016 17: 50
      0
      human rights activists protect only our dear liberals, they are offended in snot by the arbitrariness of the bloody regime.
  2. Vasya_Piterskiy
    Vasya_Piterskiy 8 February 2016 13: 00
    10
    Recognize Turkey as a terrorist country using appropriate measures!
  3. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 8 February 2016 13: 03
    12
    As always, the policy of double standards in all its glory, in the Turkish version. I remember that Erdogan called B. Assad a "butcher", but who is he after THIS?
    1. Reserve officer
      Reserve officer 8 February 2016 13: 08
      +9
      Quote: LÄRZ
      As always, the policy of double standards in all its glory, in the Turkish version. I remember that Erdogan called B. Assad a "butcher", but who is he after THIS?


      This is not a double standard policy. Standard one - state fascism. What is Turkey, what is Ukraine.
  4. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 8 February 2016 13: 03
    +7
    Genocide on the face. Fascism with Turkish roots.
    1. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 8 February 2016 13: 15
      15
      Quote: Alexander 3
      Genocide on the face. Fascism with Turkish roots.


      60 civilians ... When and who in Turkey were worried about civilian casualties? What are we talking about? Armenian Genocide:
      On August 31, 1915, Talaat Bey told German diplomats that "the Armenian issue no longer exists." He was right, because by this time the deportation was completed. It only remained to get rid of the rare victims, who miraculously survived, walking along the roads of death. They were gathered in huge concentration camps, leaving them almost without food and any means of subsistence.
      In January 1916, from 5 to 6 thousand Armenians of Aintaba were driven into the desert; in April, 14 thousand deportees were slaughtered in Ras ul Ain. On the orders of Kaimakam, every day groups of 300-500 people were taken away 10 kilometers from the city, to the river bank, where gangs of mercenaries killed them and threw bodies into the water. To the east of Aleppo, in the Mesken camp on the banks of the Euphrates, according to the Turks themselves, 55 thousand Armenians were buried in the ground, who died of starvation. "
      Fridtjof Nansen, polar explorer.
    2. Dam
      Dam 8 February 2016 13: 31
      +3
      Nothing new, he behaves like the Ottomans with the Armenians, for example. Hopefully and ends as well as the Ottomans.
    3. barclay
      barclay 8 February 2016 13: 43
      +1
      Alexander 3 (5)
      Genocide on the face. Fascism with Turkish roots.

      There’s nothing to be surprised at. The Turks have long been famous for their exceptional cruelty. Examples in the history of mass.
      For example, the Chele Kula tower in Serbia. It is a cultural monument of Serbia of exceptional importance.
      On May 31, 1809, on Mount Chegar, a few kilometers from Niš (Serbia), Serbian rebels were defeated in a battle with the Ottoman forces. By order of Khurshid Ahmed Pasha, the corpses of the Serbs who were killed in battle were beheaded, and their skulls were then mounted in a tower, which should have served as a warning to those trying to rebel against the Ottoman Empire. The skin from the skulls was stuffed with straw and sent to Constantinople.
      Cruelty in their blood.
  5. Mera joota
    Mera joota 8 February 2016 13: 04
    0
    And the photo from the Syrian Dayr-ez-Zaur has nothing to do with it?
    1. Mera joota
      Mera joota 8 February 2016 13: 14
      0
      Oh, changed ...
  6. Smoked
    Smoked 8 February 2016 13: 04
    +7
    I don’t understand, where is the OSCE? Where are the human rights defenders? Where is the red cross with a crescent?
    1. Militia
      Militia 8 February 2016 13: 32
      +3
      And these once respected organizations, quietly and imperceptibly became controlled desks and are waiting for the team from home on the lawn, where a very tanned owner lives out his life.
      1. Vitaly72
        Vitaly72 8 February 2016 23: 54
        0
        Let's at least we are without double standards - "STRONGLY BURNED"
  7. Same lech
    Same lech 8 February 2016 13: 05
    +5
    Turkish security forces killed in the basement of a house in Cizre 60 Kurds


    Criminals ....
    Kurds must file a lawsuit with the UN against TURKEY and demand punishment by Erdogan.
  8. Yuriy Nikolayevich
    Yuriy Nikolayevich 8 February 2016 13: 05
    +6
    Erdogan is insolent!
    Erdogan accused Putin of occupying Syria
    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Ankara should not repeat the same mistake in Syria as when it refused at the suggestion of the United States to join the coalition to overthrow the regime of Saddam Hussein, Bloomberg reports.
    “We do not want to make the same mistake in Syria as in Iraq. Must see the horizon. What happens in Syria can only happen until a certain point. In one of them, this should change, ”he said.
    According to Erdogan, the Turkish military is “ready for any possible situations” in Syria. He noted, answering a question about a possible ground operation by Turkish troops in the SAR, that "one cannot talk about such things." But he added that "when necessary, you do what you need."

    He also commented on the situation with the attack on the city of Aleppo. Bloomberg notes that the troops of the Syrian government during the siege of the city help the Russian air forces.

    “What are you doing in Syria? You are essentially an occupier, ”said Erdogan, addressing Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a decline in confidence between Ankara and Washington due to US support for Syrian Kurds.
    https://news.mail.ru/politics/24768233/?frommail=1
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 8 February 2016 13: 09
      +5
      Erdogan is insolent!


      He not only became insolent ....

      The FSB of Russia announced the detention in Yekaterinburg of seven members of a gang that is part of the Islamic State terrorist organization (IS) banned in Russia, planning terrorist attacks in Moscow, St. Petersburg and the Urals, and a terrorist arriving from Turkey was in charge of the group of IS militants.


      Vague doubts torment me that he, like in Syria, wants to arrange a blood bath in RUSSIA with the help of such walkers.
      1. Quager
        Quager 8 February 2016 18: 19
        +1
        A separate prison for terrorists is necessary !!!
  9. Achilles
    Achilles 8 February 2016 13: 22
    +3
    The Turkish authorities are completely insolent, our leadership urgently needs to arm the Syrian Kurds, and they themselves will hand them over to the Turkish Kurds
  10. Taygerus
    Taygerus 8 February 2016 13: 24
    +2
    well, where are the most truthful Western media and human rights defenders of all sorts, the Kurdish genocide has been going on for more than a decade, Perdogan will scratch his fart like that, fucking fascist
    1. Militia
      Militia 8 February 2016 13: 46
      +4
      Mom darling! I belittle you! What are these, true media and human rights activists. They are concepts such as honor and conscience gobbled up or such concepts are completely absent. And they are as before, everything is there. On a short leash from their owners, behind a large puddle. What owners are such and lackeys.
  11. Mera joota
    Mera joota 8 February 2016 13: 40
    0
    Unfortunately, the original is not available because the TV channel deleted it. It is unclear how many terrorists got into the basement (it was the rashatudei who called them so
    Turkish forces kill 60 'terrorists' in Kurdish Cizre raid https://www.rt.com/news/331689-turkey-kurdish-cizre-raid/
    , other publications referred to the TRT article indicated the neutralization of 60 militants, it is not clear for the entire operation or only in the basement.
    But as if most concerned about the death of nine civilians burned in a house fired by the Turkish military.
  12. Irbis77
    Irbis77 8 February 2016 13: 42
    +1
    Why hasn’t Vasiliev’s team of bishektash been buried yet ??? and for heap and galatosaray you can draw
  13. Turkir
    Turkir 8 February 2016 13: 45
    +4
    This is genocide.
    All lovers of freedom, democracy and human rights, in the American way, are silent.
    They are not paid for this region of the world.
  14. LVMI1980
    LVMI1980 8 February 2016 13: 47
    +1
    Armenian Genocide, Kurdish Genocide ...
  15. afrikanez
    afrikanez 8 February 2016 13: 48
    +2
    Erdogasha, so whose hands are up to the elbow in the blood? You are the real, bloody dictator angry
  16. Yugra
    Yugra 8 February 2016 13: 52
    +1
    I think that the weapons for the Kurds of Turkey are already coming through the Syrian Kurds. God help you guys in the destruction of the Ottomans ...
  17. nrex
    nrex 8 February 2016 14: 01
    +1
    The twentieth century is not what humanity has not taught. More precisely, a country that has not gone through all the horrors of world wars. All of today's killings are due to the connivance and tacit consent of the United States. Turkey uses a confrontation with Russia to the full mosh, realizing that she will get away with everything if she spit in our direction.
  18. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 8 February 2016 14: 07
    +2
    Quote: Volka
    and what is the UN silent about, ay, ay human rights activists, where are you?


    They are busy investigating the "terrible atrocities" of Russia, they have no time to do all kinds of garbage.
  19. L. A. A.
    L. A. A. 8 February 2016 14: 19
    0
    Are Kurds good or bad for Russia?
    1. Artem shlykov
      Artem shlykov 8 February 2016 14: 48
      +2
      And neither good nor bad. It is necessary to support them for their own purposes.
    2. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 8 February 2016 15: 11
      +2
      Quote: L.A. A.
      Are Kurds good or bad for Russia?

      Neither good nor bad ....
      ... it's just that at present our interests coincide, and therefore, the maximum support of the Kurds from Russia is required to resolve the "Erdogan problem."
  20. triglav
    triglav 8 February 2016 14: 21
    +1
    In-in, here the Americans got water in their mouths.
  21. Arandir
    Arandir 8 February 2016 14: 28
    +2
    Again, Russia will roll up its sleeves, and then roll up the igil-daish, Turkey together with Erdogan, the Kiev ukrokhunta and their sponsors in the asphalt. And if she does not do this, then there will soon be no life for an ordinary person on planet Earth. We will all go chipped, tolerant and plow not for a bowl of stew, but for "want to live." If you can't plow, you went to organs ...
    Democracy however ...
  22. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 8 February 2016 14: 32
    +1
    The Turks, if they could, would have killed the Kurds long ago, as well as the Armenians .... All these atrocities and genocide will come back to haunt them in return! "Do not wake up smartly while it is quiet" (c). The Ottomans are poorly aware of Russian proverbs. More and more, they tumbled with the ukronoshnitsa, like Sultan Suleiman. As a result, Porto was ravaged by an ukronostrozhitsa with her stupid son, her drunkard and a bum. Nifiga Do not remember history! Hence, doomed to repeat!
  23. Artem shlykov
    Artem shlykov 8 February 2016 14: 46
    +1
    Interestingly, only in Russia is this lawlessness called by its name - GENOCIDE?
  24. Arandir
    Arandir 8 February 2016 14: 46
    +1
    Quote: Smoked
    I don’t understand, where is the OSCE? Where are the human rights defenders? Where is the red cross with a crescent?

    The red cross has long been a blue snowflake. And all because of tolerance. This is part of the answer to your question.
  25. andrew42
    andrew42 8 February 2016 15: 49
    +1
    Erdogan is trying to "stop" the Kurdish issue in Turkey as harshly as possible, and at the same time take part in the division of Syria, and even keep Daesh on a leash. Wants to sit on 3 or more swinging chairs at the same time. It seems to him that this is it, once again it is harder and more terrible to trample the Kurds, and that's it, his problems will be solved. The fact that the United States, supporting the Kurds of Iraq, has already "shallowed" it from the cashier, does not reach Erdogan, and if it does, it simply causes anger and obstinacy in his line. But with the Kurds, you need to be more careful. You don't need those zapoloshny cries of "Give Kurdistan". If the Kurdish people create their own secular state, that's good. But if this will be another "scarecrow" under the control of the United States, which will plant their puppets for the Kurds, it will not seem like little. It may happen that behind the collapsed wall of the failed "Ottoman neo-empire" a new beast will be found on an overseas leash. Now there is no certainty who will sit on the neck of the "united Kurds" in the future - their own national leaders, or pro-American puppets. So, you need to be calmer.
  26. Prisoner
    Prisoner 8 February 2016 18: 18
    0
    Scoundrels! "Free" media and "human rights" organizations are the same bastards!