Turkish opposition figure slams cabinet for Syria stance..Website: So-called Syrian refugees at Turkish camps are terrorists
A senior member of the main Turkish opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has censured the government for its approach towards the current situation in Syria.
Faruk Logoglu, who is also the former Turkish ambassador to the United States, told Press TV on Wednesday that the Syrian “crisis must be resolved through internal dialogue.”
“We are very critical of the way AKP is handling the situation,” he said, referring to the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) led by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
“There should be no outside intervention of any sort and that any intervention must be mandated by a resolution from the United Nations Security Council. In the absence of such a resolution, any intervention would be unlawful.”
Turkish Website: The so-called Syrian refugees at Turkish camps are terrorists
The website said in a report published on Wednesday that the Turkish /Aydinlik / newspaper affirmed that the Turkish authorities issued on June the 16th a decision that prevents taking photos of the Syrians living at the camps, calling on the journalists who conduct interviews with them not to show the interviewees' faces on cameras.
In this context, Turkish /Vatan/ newspaper stressed that the photos show that the so-called Syrian refugees are in fact terrorists who have been launching terrorist attacks against the Syrian state and citizens.
Turkish Odatv website stressed that the decision issued by the Turkish authorities on preventing taking photos at the camps established in Turkey for harboring the fugitives from Syria aims at hiding the reality that the so-called refugees are in fact terrorists.