Saturday, June 1, 2013

Turkish Spring protest against Erdogan and the Islamization of Turkey.

Turkish Spring protest against Erdogan and the Islamization of Turkey.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged protesters to immediately cease all anti-government demonstrations and remained adamant in its position that the plans for the reconstruction of Istanbul's central square "fees" will continue, and the police will be there and will intervene when necessary, reported news agency.
Although police in Istanbul withdrawn from troubled square "Taksim" Islamist remains intransigent.
Whether Turkish Spring will grow into "Arab Spring"-civil war or Bulgarian Spring-democratic resignation is a matter of the future.
The protests gained strength from a grudge against the police Friday morning to remove peaceful sitting protest.
Demonstration in defense of the park turned into a wider protest against Erdogan, who has become increasingly authoritarian, against creeping transformation of Turkey into a secular Islamic state and covered many Turkish cities.
  Human rights activists reported two dead and hundreds seriously injured in clashes with police.
Erdogan denies.
 United States expressed concern about the number of victims of the demonstrations in Turkey.
The European Union expressed concern about the excessive use of force by the police.
European Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Fule will visit Turkey next week to discuss with the Turkish authorities protests.
Many countries urged citizens to refrain from traveling to Turkey, especially to avoid the central parts of Istanbul.
Turks protest as they have done since the seventies, and their anger is directed against the policies of Prime Minister Erdogan and want the resignation of the government.
The administrative court in Istanbul moratorium on construction until the ministries of culture and tourism come out with their opinions.
  Enervated political Turkish army supports the demonstrators.
Military hospital in Istanbul medical assistance to victims of tear gas used by police.
Army defends the values ​​of Ataturk in European Turkey, where human rights are capitalized.
Now it comes to human rights and creeping Islamism.
Many Turkish cities identify with the protesters in Istanbul. And there again, the police used force against demonstrators.

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