Erdogan’s Self-Righteous Blast on Egypt http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2013/08/erdogan-blasts-egypt.html
Erdogan went on to accuse the international media of broadcasting hours of programs on endangered seals, while disregarding the children dying in Egypt, Syria and Palestine. Needless to say, this is pure rhetoric aimed at a domestic audience that has no notion of how the events in the Middle East are covered by the Western media in particular and the international media in general.
|ERDOGAN GIVES QUEEN OF ZIONISM JEWELRY|
[ed notes:also see...Bilal your father is an agent for the zionist imperial crown in england you scoundrel! MPs: Erdogan's son doing business in Israel http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4366091,00.html
Not surprisingly in this charged atmosphere, any parallels drawn between brutality against anti-government demonstrators in Turkey and against Morsi supporters in Egypt — although the scale of the inhuman behavior by the Egyptian police and military far surpasses that of the Turkish police — result in furious reactions from Erdogan’s supporters. One prominent journalist to discover this was Cengiz Candar, the veteran commentator for daily Radikal and an Al-Monitor contributor, whose expertise on the Middle East far outstrips that of the average Erdogan supporter. Candar became an object of instant hate for Erdogan’s supporters and deputies from his Justice and Development Party (AKP) over a commentary he wrote on Egypt, and even received death threats. Indicating that Erdogan supporters were using the massacre in Egypt for the sake of bolstering their own sense of victimhood in Turkey, Candar argued the following: “There is something that they have forgotten and are trying to overlook, however. There is not much difference between the methods used and the images that have emerged, in the clearing of the Nahda and Rabia al-Adawiya squares by the Egyptian military and those used on June 11 and June 15 in Istanbul’s Taksim Square and Gezi Park. In both cases, the principle tools were unlimited use of gas and bulldozers.”
Candar’s remarks and particularly his reference to the “clearing of the Nahda and Rabia al-Adawiya squares” were immediately latched onto by Erdogan supporters as “support for the massacre in Egypt.” Samil Tayyar, an AKP deputy who is a former journalist known for his abrasive tongue and strange conspiracy theories, was among those accusing Candar of being a “lackey of American neocons” and “facing a different Qibla.”