BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:04 P.M.) – Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey, Numan Kurtulmus, described the airstrike on a mosque near Aleppo, Syria, as a “war crime”, in a statement to reporters from the Turkish city of Canakkale on Friday.

“It is not something tolerable, that bombing of a place of worship with praying people inside,” Kurtulmus said, adding that “it is going to be understood in the coming hours who is responsible for this bombing and who is behind it.”

“There are extremely sad things happening in Syria and these things are harming the civilians, such as the one last night,” he continued.

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He then emphasized that Turkey did not know who was responsible for the airstrike, but all evidence shows it was a US-led airstrike.

“We do not have much of information for the moment. Who did the bombing? Who is behind it is not known yet in detail. No matter who ever it is, harming civilians is a war crime. It is not something acceptable. I think it is going to be understood in the coming hours who is responsible for this bombing and who is behind it. We cannot talk about it much due to lack of information for the moment. But in any case it is a crime against the humanity. It is a war crime. It is not something tolerable that bombing of a place of worship with praying people inside.”

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so is killing 1,5m armenians

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Another Armenian genocide with 300.000 in 1895 AFAIR.
Makes 1.8 AFAIK?

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Not counting Greeks, Assyrians and Kurds…

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Only the Armenians were into oil. So… only they matter.
Lazo, Bulgarians, Vlachi… not counting.

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Funny to see him standing in front of the trojan horse and ancient greek letters. I bet they will claim that ancient turks were living in Troy.

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Great cartoon.

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Haahahahahahah does this guy really have the stomach to be such an utter hypocrite?? So they are war-crimes, heh? What about Turkeys illegal invasion of Syria? What about their collaboration with the jihad.. eh, I mean “FSA” in that venture? Shelling and killing Syrian kurds left and right?
The turks better wise up and shut the fuck up

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Turkish militaries destroying Sirnak mosque :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YXHJBpfr5o
But hey, it’s Turkish Kurdistan 😀
A little mosque bombing in Silopi too?

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Forbidden only for Christians… Tongue out.

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1 Erdofan thumbdowner here 😀
Nevertheless, ErdoGollum and his rats prove again how hypocrite they are : they speak about war crimes only when it’s not their bombs blowing mosques but they do exactly what they accuse others to do!

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La doble moral que maneja Turquía, no son los indicados para hablar, también es crimen de guerra matar civiles, es lo que hace Turquía en el norte de Alepo en los cantones de Afrin, Manbij y otras zonas.

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