Kurdish protesters occupy a Turkish Army tank that was abandoned by the soldiers at their Shiladze base in the Dohuk Governorate

BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:20 P.M.) – The Kurdish protesters that stormed the Turkish Army headquarters in the Dohuk Governorate town of Shiladze have swept through much of the base and set fire to several vehicles, NRT TV reported this afternoon.

The Kurdish protesters have set several Turkish Army vehicles on fire after sweeping through much of the base Photo credit: NRT TV

According to the NRT report, the protesters have since occupied an abandoned Turkish Army tank at the base.

Kurdish protesters occupy a Turkish Army tank that was abandoned by the soldiers at their Shiladze base in the Dohuk Governorate Photo credit: NRT TV
Kurdish protesters stand atop the tank after entering the Turkish Army base Photo credit: NRT TV

The civilians in Shiladze are protesting the recent Turkish airstrikes that killed several people, including a Peshmerga soldier.

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Altazar
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Altazar

Hahaha, this is brilliant. GTFO Turks, don’t you have your own homes? Why you gotta go and make bases in other people’s land? Filthy occupiers.

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

PKK and Turkey, I do not like either. Both EVIL.Both responsible for deaths of innocents. Each interested in their own agendas, money,& power. both are so corrupt that I would not be surprised if they have coordinated attacks on Syria together.

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Erdoğan helps drug runner, racketeer who works with Turkey’s intel agency…
https://tinyurl.com/y7fnwc62
Erdogan should know his place :
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