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The Facebook jihadis seeking action in Syria




Syrian rebels and eyewitnesses claimed that Turkey had allowed Islamist rebels to enter Syria for the Kasab offensive; the Erdogan government denied the claim. An Adana prosecutor who in January stopped and searched trucks on suspicion they were carrying weapons into Syria has been removed from his post and reassigned; two officers arrested in the same incident were released. About 280 police officers, including some in counterterrorism units, were reassigned in four provinces in the past two days. An official said Turkey now hosts over 900,000 Syrian refugees.




Is Turkey behind the chemical attack in Syria?




Turkey realizes its blunder in Kassab operation




Jihadist attack on Latakia raises fear of deeper sectarian warfare




US accused of supplying anti-tank weapons to Syrian rebels




Rebel assault on Kasab, Syria, revives dark memories for Armenians




Syria's moderate rebels still losing ground to extremists




Turkey admits Reyhanli was attacked by al Qaeda




Armenia Concerned Over Fate Of Families In Syria's Kesab




Turkish border province punishes Erdogan on Syria in polls




Turkish military fires into Syria in response to stray Syrian rocket




Turkey's ISIS problem

Recent attacks in Nigde have raised concerns in Turkey over extremism in Syria. Tensions have been high between the Turkish military and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham since the tomb of Suleyman Shah, a small Turkish territory in Syria, fell under the threat of an ISIS attack.


Syria spillover taints Turkey poll in border province




Turkish tomb in Syria becomes flashpoint for conflict




Authorities shut down YouTube after the airing of leaked audio in which the foreign minister, the intelligence head, and a top general are heard discussing possible military operations in Syria. Foreign Minister Davutoğlu said publicly yesterday that Turkey would take steps to protect its security, including an operation in Syria to protect the tomb of Süleyman Shah. In the unverified recording, an official says: "An operation against ISIL has international legitimacy. We will define it as al Qaeda .... When it comes to the Suleyman Shah tomb, it's about the protection of national soil." Two suspected ISIS (ISIL) members and two policemen were injured during a raid in Istanbul on March 25. An intelligence expert said that the Iran-backed Tawhid-Salam is the most dangerous terrorist group Turkey has faced.




Syria rebels gain foothold by Mediterranean




The military said Syrian missile systems locked on to five Turkish jets patrolling the border. The military is on heightened alert after Turkish forces shot down a Syrian jet on March 23 that allegedly strayed into Turkish airspace. Syrian military forces are battling al Qaeda-linked rebels for border territory in Syria's Latakia province, and have accused Turkey of assisting the rebels. An Armenian group in the US called on President Obama to demand that Turkey stop facilitating attacks by al Qaeda-linked fighters in Kasab in Latakia.




Turkish charity İMKANDER praises slain Islamic Caucasus Emirate emir in rally

İMKANDER held large rallies in several Turkish cities to praise Doku Umarov, the emir of the Islamic Caucasus Emirate whose death was announced just last week.


Syria back on Turkey's agenda


 
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