La polizia di Erdogan uccide in Turchia un manifestante sceso in piazza a Mus (estrema provincia orientale) per chiedere un intervento contro l’Isil che ha preso la città al confine siriano-turco di Kobane.
Poi faccia di bronzo Erdogan dichiara che forse occorrerà un intervento di terra…
Intanto per terra ha lasciato un connazionale morto, Hakan Buksur.
Ecco cosa scrive il quotidiano turco Hurriyet online:
One killed, several injured in ISIL protests across Turkey as curfew declared in two provinces
One person has been killed and at least two were injured as the advance of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants on the Kurdish town of Kobane in northern Syria prompted fresh protests across Turkey on Oct. 7, while a curfew was declared in two Turkish provinces.
Hakan Buksur, 25, was reportedly hit and killed by live ammunition as police hit protesters with bullets, tear gas and water cannon in the eastern province of Muş’s Varto district. A second protester was also wounded during the incidents, reports have said.
A curfew was declared at 5 p.m. local time in the southeastern province of Mardin, whose districts of Kızıltepe, Nusaybin, Derik, Dargeçit, Mazıdağı and Savur are not far from Turkey’s border with Syria. A curfew was declared in Erciş district of Van, an eastern province, and Kurtulan district of Siirt too, according to Doğan News Agency.
Interior Minister Efkan Ala, who was accompanying President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan during his visit to Gaziantep, said violance was not a solution method.
“Violence will be retorted,” he said. “This eclipse of reason should be ended immediately and streets should be emptied. Or else this issue will have unforeseen results.”
“Those who are resorting to violence are in treason,” he also said.
A lawyer identified as Tamer Doğan was also rushed to hospital after being injured during a police crackdown on protesters in the Asian-side Istanbul district of Kadıköy. Police had earlier refused to allow a protest after dozens of people had gathered early Oct. 7 following the Peoples’ Democratic Party’s (HDP) call for a demonstration in support of Kobane.
Doğan tried to negotiate with the police before the intervention, a colleague of his told daily Radikal, adding that he was hit in the head by a tear gas canister as he was trying to step aside. His condition is not life threatening and is improving, Radikal reported. Kadıköy has been one of the hot spots of protests in support of Kobane since last week.
Police also refused to permit a protest in the sensitive European district of Sultangazi, where 500 people had gathered early Oct. 7. A group of demonstrators had attempted to march to the local headquarters of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) to protest against the government’s stance on Kobane, according to reports.
There was also tension in Istanbul’s Bağcılar district as plumes of smoke rose over the horizon amid reported battles between protesters and police. Protesters allegedly attempted to set fire to the local Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) building after shots were fired from it.
Police resorted to tear gas and water cannon during a protest in Ankara where several hundred people had gathered.
Several protests have been staged in many other Turkish cities, including Ankara, Antakya, Meanwhile, one of the two protesters injured during an attack against a group protesting ISIL late Oct. 6 in the southern province of Adana is in serious condition, Doğan News Agency has reported. Attackers who opened fire on protesters with live ammunition are still unidentified, reports said.