Turkey warns Syria of stronger response over shelling: Turkey Is Sending More Than Two Dozen F-16s Toward The Syrian Border

Turkey warns Syria of stronger response over shelling: Turkey Is Sending More Than Two Dozen F-16s Toward The Syrian Border

Ankara : Turkey | Oct 10, 2012 at 7:39 AM PDT
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Turkey said Syria has admitted responsibility for the shelling

Is there a battle soon between Syria and Turkey?

Now seems now a war of words between Syria and Turkey

Jihad Makdissi returned, a spokesman for the Syrian Foreign Ministry, Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks, Turkish Prime Minister,
Saying: "I do not hope confrontation with one, but we will defend every bit the dust Syria."

In response to the intervention and Turkish Foreign Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, in Syria's internal affairs, said Makdisi, in remarks carried by the Syrian news website letter, on Wednesday:
"When Turkey allows us to say we will not allow them to tell us what to do, and Faisal in this matter is the Syrian people."

So Syria could benefit from any future conflict with Turkey

The case is converted from fighting by the Syrian people against the ruling authority in Syria to the Syrian people's struggle against foreign occupation and greed

Some political analysts see the difficulty of implementing this conversion, especially after the long war and the continuing so far in Syria

But it seems that there are other fears and precautions referred to in points and international newspapers

Where a U.S. newspaper reported that the bombings in various regions in Syria provoke a state of anxiety and fear of the role played by Al-Qaeda in the conflict there.

In the case of increasing the combat operations carried out by Islamist groups could turn Syria into Afghanistan in a very complex area

Then Bashar al-Assad will say: fought with me and for the victory of the Islamist armed groups

Bashar al-Assad will be the hero who stands next to the West and America

Look at the picture very complex

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Turkey warns Syria of stronger response over shelling: Turkey Is Sending More Than Two Dozen F-16s Toward The Syrian Border
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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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