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After Clashes: Turkey Displaces 600 Syrians from Refugee Camp


The Turkish regime under Erdogan has ordered to displace about 600 Syrian refugees from the so-called Suleiman Shah Camp after the clashes between the Syrian refugees and the Turkish police there.

And so it happened – the Turkish authorities have deported about 600 Syrian refugees from the Suleiman Shah Camp, which is located near to the Turkish border with Syria. According to the information about this deportation of the Syrian refugees, they were deported because of the clashes with the Turkish police.

But to be honest, the Syrian refugees in the Suleiman Shah Camp (near the Turkish city of Akcakale) have just protested against the very poor and dirty living conditions in this so-called refugee camp near the Syrian border and the Turkish authorities and police have reacted as it is already known from both and like they do treat the Kurds in Turkey time by time – with violence, tear gas and water cannons after some Syrian refugees have allegedly started to throw some stones at the regime forces of Erdogan.

The clashes between the Syrian refugees and the Turkish police broke out on Wednesday in the Suleiman Shah Camp near the Turkish town of Akcakale, which is said to house over 35,000 Syrian refugees. These refugees from Syria have to live in very poor conditions and even the hygiene standards are very bad and even pose some dangers for diseases.

Of course, to save the image, the so-called Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has issued a new statement about the events in this Syrian refugee camp in Turkey. Melissa Fleming of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that the UNHCR would be very worried about the reports and have also requested some information from Turkish officials.

But they will not receive all information and probably not the truth. Same happened to German authorities when they asked the Turkish side for information about events and rumours in the military base where the German soldiers due to the patriot missiles are stationed.

Melissa Fleming of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) added in the statement that the deportations of Syrian refugees back to Syria would be against the principles of international law – as if any organisation under the umbrella of the United Nations (UN) would really care about international law.

Not to mention that many Syrian refugees were constantly returning to Syria from refugee camps in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey in the last months. Melissa Fleming also said, that they hope this didn`t happen, although the UNHCR knows better.

The West and its allies including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Turkey, as well as parts in Lebanon, are supporting the armed militants and Jihadists in Syria, these Islamists even receive support and aid from the Israeli side.

Thus, Germany and other European countries, as well as the not really democratic Gulf States and even Israel are violating international laws since over a year now and the United Stations are aware of this fact, but they do not care.

Same applies for so-called human rights organisations like Human Rights Watch and amnesty international. While Human Rights Watch has been a tool for US policy from its beginning, amnesty international was constantly infiltrated by persons who use this famous human rights organisation as a cover for the violations and terrorism of the United States.

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