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Eastern black mark

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The terrorist attack at the Istanbul airport, which became the most serious challenge to the international aviation system for several decades, attracted the attention of experts from all over the world to the situation of terrorist danger in Turkey.
Over the years, the fight against international terrorism has been recalled by the media and politicians mainly in connection with the situation in Libya, Iraq and Syria. Meanwhile, the terrorist threats in Turkey, which had turned into a front-line state, were growing until they reached an unprecedented level, although it is possible that the worst is yet to come.


References to the unfolding or impending unblocking of crises in relations between Turkey and Israel, Russia, Egypt as an essential factor in stabilizing the situation are not convincing. Normalization between Ankara and Jerusalem is still more declarative than practical. The same applies to the dialogue with Moscow, successful, but hardly capable of returning relations between Russia and Turkey to a pre-crisis level of trust. As for Cairo, President Al-Sisi’s reconciliation with Erdogan is still out of the question. This article is about threats to Turkey’s security and the situation in the most dangerous Kurdish area, based on materials prepared for the Institute of the Middle East by its experts, M. V. Kazanin, based on the work of specialists from the PRC, and Yu. B. Shcheglovin.

Inner battlefield

Chinese counterterrorism experts are closely monitoring the reaction of Turkish and Western analysts in light of the events that took place on 28 June at the international terminal of the Istanbul Mustafa Kemal Ataturk Airport, which killed 44 people (identified 37 personalities), injured 239. Among the dead identified citizens of Turkey, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, KSA, Tunisia, China, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.

The 27 officers of the PRC Ministry of Public Security believe that the Islamists used a scheme similar to the one used at the Brussels airport. That is, the Turkish security forces have not learned any experience.

According to Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, the terrorist act was committed by militants of the Islamic State (IG) banned in Russia. This raises serious and well-reasoned doubts among the experts of IBI.

Turkish analysts say that the terrorist act occurred almost immediately after the signing of an agreement between Ankara and Jerusalem on the resumption of interstate relations. From their point of view, the Islamists planned to demonstrate the vulnerability of one of the main transport hubs of Turkey and to influence the tourist sector of the country's economy.

At the same time, the scale of the terrorist threat is not limited to the Istanbul airport - over the past few years, in addition to this metropolis, provincial cities and the capital have also been subjected to attacks. The victims of the attacks were foreign tourists and Turks - civilians and representatives of law enforcement agencies. Statistics show an increase in the level of losses among the latter in 2016, along with an extremely high level of terrorist danger, which the authorities of the country clearly underestimated (including due to their links with such radical structures as Jabhat al-Nusra, Ahrar al-Sham "And the IG, fighting for control of Syria).

In most terrorist acts, the targets of the Islamists were law enforcement officers or military personnel of the Turkish Armed Forces. As a rule, militants used mined cars or disguised explosive devices that were activated by a call from a mobile phone.

It should be noted the intensification of terrorist activity last May, which was the response of the Islamists to the arrest of eight militants of the IG 25 in April in Gaziantep. From 18 in January to 27 in April, the IG fighters fired 45 shells from MLRS in Turkish settlements in Kilis province, which caused civilian casualties. 17 people killed, 60 injured.

According to the professors of the China People’s Armed Police Command Institute, official Ankara faces the following difficult moments in the fight against the terrorist threat.

Firstly, Recep Tayyip Erdogan helped establish economic ties with the IG group, which regularly supplied Turkey with oil from Syrian fields at reduced prices, which helped to support the country's economy in the context of aggravating relations with both the EU and Russia.

In addition, the Turkish authorities tried to use the Islamists in the fight against the Kurdish militia. According to the PRC intelligence services, one of the largest training centers of the IG was located in the immediate vicinity of the Incirlik airbase, several thousand Islamists were trained there.

The international terrorist group weekly paid for its “Turkish assets” - training bases, tickets for new recruits, medical services, weapons and special equipment.

Secondly, the military-political leadership of Turkey is under serious pressure from both the United States and Russia (albeit for different reasons). Both states support the Syrian Kurds (supply weapons), which are in opposition to official Ankara. It should be noted that Kurdish movements and organizations operating in Turkey, Syria and Iraq are gradually increasing their interaction.

Warning without a return address

Chinese analysts point out that the Turkish Armed Forces do not receive support from NATO allies in their confrontation with Kurdish organizations. In addition, in the North Atlantic Alliance, they do not approve of Ankara’s intentions to send limited military contingents to border regions, as this strengthens protest sentiments among the local population and increases the losses of the Turkish armed forces.

Eastern black mark


In view of the foregoing, it is possible to agree with representatives of the PRC’s military intelligence agencies that the direction of military advisers and special forces of the Turkish Armed Forces under the guise of groups of Turkomans did not help official Ankara to overthrow the regime of the President of the Syrian Arab Republic Bashar Al-Assad. Such a failure of Erdogan’s strategy radically aggravated the issues of fighting the terrorist threat inside Turkey. In fact, the military and political leadership of the country has failed to fight the terrorist threat in order to recreate the new Ottoman Empire.

Returning to the terrorist attack at Istanbul airport, one cannot help noting the words of B. Yıldırım that “there were no omissions in terms of security measures at the airport”. If “with the correct actions of the security service, about fifty people died”, it remains to be seen how many victims there would be in the case of “wrong actions”. Moreover, the entire world experience shows that the level of security at the Istanbul airport did not correspond to the latest developments of the special services, especially considering the results of the latest European terrorist attacks.

In fairness, it must be said that the airport is not a fortress in any case and it is impossible to provide 100% protection of passengers against an open armed attack on such an object. However, speaking not about the actions of the security service, but about who could have committed this terrorist act, taking into account references to foreign fighters from the territory of Russia or the post-Soviet countries of Central Asia, you should not delude yourself with the instant insight of Turkish officials.

The unequivocal statements of Turkish officials about the involvement of the Islamic State in this terrorist act should be viewed as a tribute to Ankara’s foreign policy trend, which is trying to position itself as a fighter against IS. Earlier, with the same speed, all the resonant terrorist attacks were written off by Ankara exclusively to Kurdish militants. Moreover, the Turkish authorities were not embarrassed by the fact that terrorists undermined pro-Kurdish meetings.

The application of the involvement of the IG to the incident must be considered in the context of the terrorist manifestations of this grouping in the past. There were two of them - these are the resonant explosions of pro-Kurdish and opposition rallies. As for the explosion at the airport, no one took responsibility for themselves, which is extremely atypical for the IG. This group willingly ascribes to itself any terrorist manifestations that it is beneficial for one reason or another to take upon itself, even if it did not commit them.

In Turkey, the IG did not take responsibility for any terrorist attack. It is unprofessional to declare that in this case the terrorist acts were committed by the supporters of the IS, without even identifying the corpses of the suicide bombers and not waiting for official statements on this topic from the group itself.

The question arises: why did the IS need it? Turkish territory regularly continues to be used as the rear base of this group. Through it is the main stream of Islamist volunteers and logistics.

The relationship of Doha, which is the main sponsor of the IG, and Ankara is still strong. At least no signals threatening this alliance are visible. The organization of such a terrorist act, in principle, should have testified not just about a sharp aggravation of relations between these partners, but about a serious crisis between them. The terrorist attack in Istanbul in terms of the impact on local authorities is akin to the explosion of a Russian plane over the Sinai - thus, in the Middle East, one country or another is usually warned about some of its wrong actions.

If we keep in mind Erdogan’s message to Russian President Vladimir Putin with “apologies” for the downed plane as the root cause of the terrorist attack, as some media in the West write about, then firstly, it should have worked too quickly, and secondly, from this letter to practical actions that could theoretically threaten the same IS or Qatar, a very long distance.

Tagged in tourists

Note that supporters of the IG have never committed terrorist attacks in Turkey against government targets or key sectors of the economy. They have always acted solely against the opponents of Erdogan, clearly trying to intimidate them. In the case of the terrorist attack at the airport in Istanbul, we are dealing with an attack on the tourism sector, which is already experiencing not the best of times.

The IG clause instead of the Kurds in this case is symbolic - the Turkish president decided to slowly return to a truce with them. Even the disgrace of the two main supporters of the resumption of dialogue with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in the person of former Prime Minister A. Davotoglu and the Director of the Intelligence Service MIT H. Fidan in this case does not change anything. The main disagreements between them were not in the necessity of the step itself, but in the time during which this truce could be concluded.

The very mention of the IG as the organizer of the attack in official government press releases may indicate that public opinion was being prepared for a possible limited intervention by the Turkish army in the north of Syria. Reconciliation with Russia is also part of this plan in order to avoid direct confrontation with the Russian videoconferencing if this scenario is implemented. This opinion is shared, in particular, by the Americans. But to create an information background and to perform an invasion operation with an obvious and hidden counteraction to this by our own military with all the attendant risks of an internal political nature are not the same thing.

Those who attacked the airport, marked the tourists. Strictly speaking, it is now beneficial only to the Kurds. It is also possible that the special services of Syria, which are actively working to preserve the necessary "degree" of destabilization from the main regional opponent of Damascus, can stand behind this.

So, about a month ago, a new organization was created in Kamyshly with the active but unofficial assistance of the Syrian special services by the Kurds, which united and coordinated the actions of the militants not only from among the units of the Falcons of Kurdistan type, but also the Maoist and leftist groups in Turkey itself. The goal was proclaimed attacks on government and military facilities, as well as the country's transport infrastructure.

By the way, the Turkish "leftists", as well as supporters of the IG, willingly use suicide bombers. So so far, there is little that indicates in relation to the terrorist attack at the Istanbul airport on the IG and quite a lot to other forces. It’s too early to draw any conclusions regarding customers and performers. Moreover, taking into account the explicit assignment of the Turkish information policy in this case, it is not at all the fact that the real information, even if they are in the hands of the authorities, will be voiced.

Stop dam

In connection with all the above, it makes sense to pay attention to the real state of the “Kurdish issue” in Turkey. The fact is that despite all the assurances of the authorities about the "successful completion" of the military phase of the operation against PKK supporters in the south-east of the country, it is hard to believe that the increased terrorist activity of the Kurds will be over.

After several months of fighting, Turkish troops managed to clean up the main urban centers of resistance of the Kurds, turning these settlements into ruins, but the PKK mountain bases continue to function. This also applies to rear bases in Iraq, Syria and Iran. In Syria, the Kurds enjoy US support in the Manbij area, which will dramatically enhance their logistical capabilities in the material and technical supply of the PKK troops in Turkey.

Ankara in this regard, announced plans for the economic revival of the destroyed region. The idea of ​​Kurdish separatism implies statehood. The Turkish authorities intend in the near future to intensify efforts to build new infrastructure and above all to complete the construction of the Ilisu dam. Fortunately, one of the reasons for Ankara’s reluctance in any rulers to compromise with the Kurds on the issue of state isolation is the issue of control over water resources, which is fundamental for all countries of the Middle East.

The main water arteries on which life in Iraq and Syria depends are the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, whose sources lie in the Kurdish territories of Turkey, in the eastern highlands near Lake Van. The 90 percent of the water turnover of the Euphrates and the 44 percent of the Tigris pass through Turkish territory, making the construction of dams in the Kurdish regions promising in terms of managing water resources and influencing the situation in Syria and Iraq.

This has been actively used by the Turkish authorities since the 60s of the last century, when the first dam was built. Now they are more than 600, the largest are Karakaya (1988, built) and Ataturk (1992). The Ilisu Dam should be the next stage of the program of economic development of South-West Anatolia - the most controversial. It is about flooding the percent of the ancient city of Hasankeyf as a result of the construction of 89, which brought Ankara to UNESCO, and about the confrontation with Kurdish resistance groups.

In addition to energy and irrigation benefits, the construction of dams, according to the Turkish authorities, should play the role of restricting the freedom of movement of the PKK detachments in the eastern highlands of Turkey, including on the border with Iraqi Kurdistan. It is planned to divide the Kurdish region into two parts - the north and south. To this end, construction of several small dams in the Hakkari and Sirnak areas is planned. But all this is still projects that are constrained by a poor investment climate.

Experts expect the continuation and, possibly, the intensification of the terrorist activities of the PKK in this direction, although it never stopped. In 2012, militants captured groups of builders and set fire to 22 trucks. In 2014, the abduction of two heads of foreign companies - co-executors of the Ilisu dam construction project caused a construction delay of four months. Militants regularly mine roads at the entrance to the construction site, which forces the Turkish authorities to use Tanks and armored vehicles to accompany builders. In July 2015, the leadership of the PKK confirmed its readiness to continue to strike at the energy and hydrotechnical infrastructure of Turkey.

Experts do not expect that the construction of dams will reduce tension in Ankara’s relations with the Kurds. The hypothetical possibility of overlapping water resources for Syrian and Iraqi Kurds is minimal due to the technical difficulties and high risks of international pressure on Ankara when trying to implement such a scenario. At the same time, the PKK’s tactics in this area will not be aimed at breaking up dams. This does not meet its interests in the long term: all of these irrigation facilities should sooner or later, according to the Kurds, become part of the "Great Kurdistan".

Hence the limited impact on the course of construction by methods previously tried to intimidate companies-contractors and builders with road mining and abductions. This slows down projects and scares investors. And this is the main goal that the PKK sets itself. It involves strikes at such vulnerable points of Ankara as tourism, investments and the infliction of permanent losses on the army and security forces.
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  1. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 6 July 2016 13: 32
    +7
    I will not go to Turkey on vacation, at least the next 5-6 years. Well her. If Erdogapsh will be knocked off, normal relations with the Kurds will be restored, everything that they destroyed will be rebuilt for them, then it will be possible to use "all inclusive". And now ... Some reckless man with a suicide bomber belt will run into the hotel / airport / market, bang a bunch of people for nothing, not understanding why and in the name of what he is doing this ... Well, nafig, rest in Abkhazia it's not bad too ))
    1. EvgNik
      EvgNik 6 July 2016 13: 45
      +2
      Quote: Corsair0304
      Well nafig, in Abkhazia it’s also a good rest

      The son and his family in Sochi rested - satisfied.
      Nevertheless, ours will go there, by chance. Maybe they will not blow us up, maybe we’ll slip through.
      1. Vladimir 1964
        Vladimir 1964 6 July 2016 19: 36
        +1
        Quote: EvgNik
        The son and his family in Sochi rested - satisfied.
        Nevertheless, ours will go there, by chance. Maybe they will not blow us up, maybe we’ll slip through.

        Evgeny Nikolaevich! Well, with all due respect ... Holidays in Sochi are too expensive for a Russian pensioner. I am not a supporter (and an "impossibility", as a result of work in the military registration and enlistment office) of trips to Turkey, but in 2011-2013, the rest there was much more interesting, and cheaper, in the aggregate of pleasures, than at any resort in the Krasnodar Territory. hi
        1. Vladimir 1964
          Vladimir 1964 6 July 2016 21: 26
          +1
          Quote: Vladimir 1964
          Quote: EvgNik
          The son and his family in Sochi rested - satisfied.
          Nevertheless, ours will go there, by chance. Maybe they will not blow us up, maybe we’ll slip through.
          Evgeny Nikolaevich! Well, with all due respect ... Holidays in Sochi are too expensive for a Russian pensioner. I am not a supporter (and an "impossibility", as a result of work in the military registration and enlistment office) of trips to Turkey, but in 2011-2013, the rest there was much more interesting, and cheaper, in the aggregate of pleasures, than at any resort in the Krasnodar Territory.

          The colleague who put a minus, well, drop a line why? Interesting is a live opponent, and not some preoccupied urya-patriot of rest on the expensive Armenian-foreign coast of the North Caucasus. I live in Krasnodar myself, but for me the "coast" is another planet, and unfortunately exactly as I called it .... And by the way, the fact that the coast is all in Mr. and the price can be compared with other places of interest in the Krasnodar Territory and Adygea, and cheaper at times and the attitude towards vacationers is not black.
    2. volot-voin
      volot-voin 6 July 2016 14: 01
      +1
      Quote: Corsair0304
      If Erdogapsh will be knocked off, normal relations with the Kurds will be restored, everything that they destroyed will be rebuilt for them, then it will be possible to use "all inclusive".

      Erdogan may be picked, but here in the normal relations of the Turks with the Kurds ... you yourself believe it)))) maybe it's for the better, the more the United States will arm the Kurds, the more Erdogan will desire friendship and alliance with the Russian Federation. two, a strong centralized power providing "all inclusive", or chaos and devastation and ... possibly IS. Time will tell what is more profitable, friendship with Turkey or its complete torn, on Kurdistan, Armenia's pendant with Mount Ararat and Constantinople.
      I hope that the ally of the Russian Federation will be the one with whom it will be profitable for us to do business, but we need to rely only on ourselves, our own aircraft, air forces, naval forces and the defense industry.
    3. Pitot
      Pitot 6 July 2016 14: 12
      +2
      By the way, this situation showed the level of patriotism rossiyannannnn .... nothing remained. Some consumers are a la for themselves beloved. If they stick to a terrorist attack - there they are and the way, corrupt .... TV ..... and
      1. volot-voin
        volot-voin 6 July 2016 15: 23
        0
        Quote: Pitot
        showed the level of patriotism of Russians

        This does not mean anything, the level of patriotism is when, at a certain danger, the people rally, and not the level of tourist attendance. As during the Second World War, for example, or during the return of the Crimea and the war in the Donbass. There is always a layer "ready to sell the Motherland for sausage", was, is and will be, unfortunately, but fortunately this is not about all the people.
    4. kolyhalovs
      kolyhalovs 6 July 2016 14: 44
      +1
      I will not go to Turkey to rest

      Agree
      Here they will pick Erdogapshu

      I do not agree. He’s here on the side. Who cares who the president of Vietnam, Thailand, Italy, Spain or Egypt is. But here's a hitch, in Egypt and Turkey they shoot and explode. There is a stupid war going on, what kind of anal rest !? If Erdogan is not the president, but something will explode there as well, no thanks, I’m somewhere somewhere.
    5. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 6 July 2016 15: 01
      -1
      Quote: Corsair0304
      They will knock down Erdogapsh, restore normal relations with the Kurds, rebuild everything that was destroyed for them, then it will be possible to use "all inclusive"

      But what, in general, you can not go to Turkey? Or like an alcoholic without vodka? request I don’t understand that in general people are drawn to warm seas? I don’t need them for nothing.
    6. Vik66
      Vik66 6 July 2016 15: 05
      0
      Abkhazia is also restless, the "opposition" is storming the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs ... what
    7. Buffet
      Buffet 6 July 2016 15: 59
      0
      For example, it is very difficult to forget how nearly 200 Kurds were burned not so long ago for vividly ... And at what it was done, of course, by order from above. And as for Abkhazia ... Even from there gloomy news comes.
    8. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 6 July 2016 16: 12
      +1
      so I'm not evil, and even vice versa, but crying and twisting along the idiot.o.t.a.m, who rushed to the turret, I will not ... damn you ... ghouls, you just have a belly to warm it up cheaper, and Schaub "All inclusive", ... - I would choose Altai, or Kamchatka, well, if the heat is hunting, Bashkiria, Kazakhstan or our "south".
  2. Circuit breaker
    Circuit breaker 6 July 2016 13: 43
    +6
    I won’t go either. Better to relatives in the village - there is fishing, mushrooms, barbecue - in a word, grace. And nobody blows anything up)))
    1. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 6 July 2016 14: 08
      +4
      Quote: Circuit breaker
      I won’t go either. Better to relatives in the village - there is fishing, mushrooms, barbecue - in a word, grace. And nobody blows anything up)))


      Beauty .
    2. Vladimir 1964
      Vladimir 1964 6 July 2016 21: 41
      0
      Quote: Circuit breaker
      I won’t go either. Better to relatives in the village - there is fishing, mushrooms, barbecue - in a word, grace. And nobody blows anything up)))

      And I envy you from the heart ...... (I don’t mention, you have very dissonant names). I really want to go to the village, but all the village relatives have already died and nowhere to go. I sincerely envy people from central Russia, childhood memories of trips to my grandmother still live in my soul. Perhaps this is naive, but the way it is. hi
  3. Enoch
    Enoch 6 July 2016 13: 45
    +1
    The most ridiculous, there are those who will go. No matter how the Turks treat them, as well as our pilot, the Kingdom of Heaven is to Him.
  4. Cyril7377
    Cyril7377 6 July 2016 13: 47
    +4
    We are waiting for the completion of the construction of the Kerch bridge and go to the Crimea :)
    1. Monarchist
      Monarchist 6 July 2016 14: 40
      0
      My cousin went to Turkey in 2014, and in the past to Crimea and says: "what a fig went to Turkey: the sun and the sea are the same, but Crimea came out 60% cheaper + all our own"
  5. siberalt
    siberalt 6 July 2016 13: 54
    +2
    With Satanovsky, any discussion of the topic is meaningless, because he always has more chips prepared than his opponents. And when one of the methods of rhetoric is "underestimated" or "overestimated", then finally the question of whom to put? The guy is smart, no words. That is why he and Satanovsky, that would be so "hang", and everything seems to come true, as he predicted. Master class, honestly! good
    He started with a terrorist attack in Istanbul and hooked everyone possible up to probability, plus the kidnapping in 2014 of 2 leaders of the Ilisu dam construction. Bravo! What about the Torah as the only life textbook for the whole world? On the other hand, the article divides into different directions of understanding what is happening. But it is up to the experts to weave the political circle of his own level. And so, I read the article with great interest. Something has cleared up, and something has muddied. But E. Satanovsky did not address our audience directly. It is not for us to judge his "understandings". We have too different weight categories. We do not even have a fraction of the information that the author owns.hi
  6. mitya24
    mitya24 6 July 2016 13: 55
    +4
    Orthodox Greece, why not an alternative to Islamized on the very ears of Turkey? Of course, for those who can’t wait for the cordon to blame for a week or two. And so, in Russia we have so many places suitable for tourism that one life is not enough to go round everything.
    I fully join the comment above: not with my foot in these Turkey-Egypt-Tunisia-UAE and other Arab-populated resorts.
  7. erased
    erased 6 July 2016 13: 56
    +5
    We kindly ask Russian tourists to go to Turetchina. You were also allowed to invest money in the Turkish money box again and sponsor ISIS. Under the slogan "we have a lousy service", to jump to where the service is quite the opposite is super. As a bonus - a free chance to look at Antalya and Istanbul from above when it explodes under your feet.
    That's just pouring avaricious tears on fans of inclusive no one will. They climbed themselves, and cry. Democracy, after all, is all possible. Go ahead, Istanbul is waiting for you ...
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 6 July 2016 15: 04
      +3
      Quote: erased
      That's just pouring avaricious tears on fans of inclusive no one will. They climbed themselves, and cry. Democracy, after all, is all possible.

      The most interesting thing is that Putin will be to blame for everything. He allowed it! And the fact that their brains, at least a little, should be somehow forgotten. Like a herd. negative
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 6 July 2016 15: 10
        +2
        Quote: Vladimirets
        The most interesting thing is that Putin will be to blame for everything. He allowed it!

        - exactly
        - I’m probably already saying for the hundredth time:
        - no one ever forbade jumping from a "high roof"
        - but not everyone jumps for some reason belay
        - and here - hope for a Russian "maybe", hike ..
        - nucho, if cho - evil spirits request

        But Putin will still be "to blame", do not go to the fortuneteller laughing
      2. Koshak
        Koshak 6 July 2016 16: 02
        0
        Quote: Vladimirets
        The most interesting thing is that Putin will be to blame for everything. He allowed it!

        For information. Neither Putin, nor anyone else, forbade anyone to travel to Turkey.
  8. Machete
    Machete 6 July 2016 13: 57
    +1
    The Turks drew problems for themselves: the war with the Kurds, the arrogance of Erdogan in foreign policy, flirting with the igil, unconfirmed imperial ambitions. Here it is and got lucky from all the cracks at once. Turkey is now almost on the verge of collapse on a territorial basis. The economy was cracking.
    To the honor of Erdogan, he clenched his buttocks into a fist and began a dialogue with us and the Jews.
    It seems that this will not work with Europe: he messed up too much there.
    1. Monarchist
      Monarchist 6 July 2016 14: 47
      0
      Corporal, you are right: Sultan, by the year the cock pecked, he actively turned around.
  9. family tree
    family tree 6 July 2016 14: 01
    +2
    Quote: monk
    The most ridiculous, there are those who will go.

    Well, it’s useless to save suicides, one figs will be repeated to achieve a result.
    But the airport, much like the actions of the army, seems to be stripping. Grenades, firing from doors and quick evacuation. No shahids and allaavbar for you.
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 6 July 2016 16: 09
      +1
      Chechens. Acted, as always, wisely. Made a distraction
      the explosion in the parking lot, many guards rushed there,
      leaving their posts at the door.
      1. family tree
        family tree 6 July 2016 19: 31
        0
        Quote: voyaka uh
        Chechens

        Yes, one can only guess, but obviously not a circle of cutting and sewing. There, just the Turkish negotiating team from Moscow should have returned, like, request so look for who benefits
        But at the expense of a jerk, you won’t take it away from the Turks, I watched something like that, a packet from the crossroads at the crossroads, and it’s clear that it’s not something, no, one fig crowd gathered around the sapper, bang and ruined someone with what what a mentality such as that, it’s not clear
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  10. cap
    cap 6 July 2016 14: 29
    0
    Erdogan was driven into a corner by his pride. When he didn’t get along with NATO, he started to tricks. He got a black mark from everyone, it remains to spin like a snake in a pan.
    What such a policy will lead only time will tell.
    East is a delicate matter (c).
  11. Monarchist
    Monarchist 6 July 2016 15: 01
    0
    The sultans, once smoked hookah and bastards. The current sultan drugged himself with dreams of the Great Ottoman Empire and forgot the folk wisdom: "no matter how you feed the wolf, he looks into the forest" - ISIS decided that everything is possible for them2 "every action gives rise to opposition" -Kurdy snarls at the oppression of the Sultan. Everyone could see and hear the results in Istanbul.
  12. Aleksander
    Aleksander 6 July 2016 15: 01
    -3
    The attack at the Istanbul airport, which has become the most serious challenge to the international aviation system in several decades,


    Yes? And here is Putin strictly after him ALLOWED tourists to fly there. yes
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 6 July 2016 15: 14
      +2
      Quote: Aleksander
      The attack at the Istanbul airport, which has become the most serious challenge to the international aviation system in several decades,


      Yes? And here is Putin strictly after him ALLOWED tourists to fly there. yes

      - allowed or commanded? wink
      - If Putin permits you tomorrow ... to drink sulfuric acid, for example - will you drink, or wait a while? fool
      - by the way ... but to drink this very acid ... no one ever forbade ... ABOUT HOW belay
    2. Abbra
      Abbra 6 July 2016 15: 14
      +2
      GDP just knows that there are less and less fools in Russia ...
    3. Koshak
      Koshak 6 July 2016 16: 05
      +1
      Quote: Aleksander
      Yes? And here is Putin strictly after him ALLOWED tourists to fly there.

      First, I would like to know when and to whom did Putin forbid flying there? Who wanted - he flew.
  13. kotuk_ha_oxote
    kotuk_ha_oxote 6 July 2016 15: 43
    -1
    It's good to rest here. You can "swim well".
  14. kind
    kind 6 July 2016 16: 38
    +3
    I have never been to Turkey, and I won’t go. We have a lot of our own sea, and all kinds of Turkish services are there for snobs and lazy people. In Russia there are so many beautiful and interesting things that life is not enough to go around!
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  16. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 6 July 2016 21: 17
    +1
    Quote: Good
    I have never been to Turkey, and I won’t go. We have a lot of our own sea, and all kinds of Turkish services are there for snobs and lazy people. In Russia there are so many beautiful and interesting things that life is not enough to go around!


    Turkey is an ideal holiday destination for Russians who have adopted the American system of life values. The all-inclusive system, which implies the ability to thump without drying out and overeat 24 hours a day, animators with their idiotic entertainment - all this is designed to lower the resting person to the intellectual level of an insect. It is a pity that there are so many insects in Russia.
  17. romex1
    romex1 7 July 2016 01: 33
    0
    Quote: EvgNik
    Quote: Corsair0304
    Well nafig, in Abkhazia it’s also a good rest

    The son and his family in Sochi rested - satisfied.
    Nevertheless, ours will go there, by chance. Maybe they will not blow us up, maybe we’ll slip through.




    Ha. in Abkhazia, too, began to shoot. although I liked the rest there. and in Sochi it’s expensive to relax