Belgian TV Exposed Armed Groups Harboured in Turkey
Belgian public broadcaster (RTBF) once again had the courage to describe the tragedy Syrian its complexity featuring a report on the impact of the Turkish Syrian tragedy.Entitled “Syrian Refugees : The ras-le-bol Turkish, “the report produced at Antioch in southern Turkey begins with the poignant testimony of a known spy Army” Syrian “” free “(ASL).RTBF question then residents of the nearby town of Samandag (Sweydiye in Arabic) who are concerned about the presence of armed groups in Syria.For residents of this quiet little town where live Arabs Alawites, Sunnis, Christians and Armenians, Syrian armed groups that use the Turkish territory to launch military attacks in neighboring threaten peaceful coexistence in the region.Refik Eryilmaz, Kemalist MP (Parliamentary Opposition) is also part of the interviewees. A few weeks ago, Refik Eryilmaz and his comrades party were denied access to the refugee camp Apaydin by Syrian soldiers of the Turkish army. The MP had wanted to know more after residents of the area have noticed the presence of Syrian terrorists and jihadists “internationalist” in and around the camps.Like most people Samandag and Antioch, Eryilmaz regret stopping cross-border trade and concerned inter mistrust that installs the aftermath of the war in Syria.This is not the first time a team RTBF goes against current folder Syria. Last year, reporters RTBF had the audacity to mention the suffering of Syrians lying on the other side of the frontline.
journalistic This adventure led to the enemy lines had cost them one thinly veiled attack from pro-ASL patrol the Belgian press:http://archives.lesoir.be/la-guerre-mediatique_t-20111121-01NZJZ.html good vision. Source: Committee-valmy.org : By Bahar Kimyongür
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