March 04, 2016

Turkey: Erdogan regime continues attacks on opposition media, raids Zaman offices

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator
 

Today, March 4 - 2016, police raided the offices of opposition newspaper, 'Today's Zaman'.   

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, president of Turkey, has created a regime with, at times, the most journalists in jail in the world.
According to Buzzfeed, Turkey was holding 40 journalists in detention in 2013
In 2015, raids on other major Turkish dailies  for exposing complicity between the Erdoğan regime and the Islamic State resulted in two arrests.
In that case, Reporters from Cumhuriyet Daily exposed National Intelligence Agency (MİT) trucks full of weapons and ammunition headed for Turkmen fighters with the Islamic State, busted by border police.
Report on the arrest here:
The original report on the smuggled arms was removed but the video is below:
Here is a video of a raid on another newspaper office that was reporting on corruption of government and government family members in Sept. 2014
More on today's raid of Zaman:

Water cannon is used on crowds at the offices of the Turkish daily 
Related:
Today, RT released video of shipments of aid to Al Nusra front, an Islamic State affiliate, from Turkey
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commented 2016-03-05 17:02:40 -0500
The politics which precipitated the Armenian genocide are still active in Turkey’s internal workings.
commented 2016-03-05 12:35:42 -0500
This just goes to prove that you can never ever trust a Muslim. They only have one agenda and that is Death to all none Muslims.

The only way Canada can take back control of the situation is to deactivate Trudeau and his gang, any which way we can.
commented 2016-03-04 22:45:39 -0500
Some real reporting on foreign events around the world. Thanks.