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    I am a Sunni Muslim but I do not understand why people are not talking about how Erdogan allowed the Syrian regime to take Aleppo and effectively assisted a retreat into Idlib in coordination with the Russians. He claims he is anti-Kurd but only when they are his problem, he never critisized his Iraqi peshmerga friends who attack innocent Sunni Arabs. Turkey and Qatar love to behave like defenders of Sunnis but yet they are getting ever closer to Iran. I want a reply from Islamist Erdogan fanboys who seem to have a history of working with Shia terrorist groups.
    PS: I am not trying to be rude, I would like to see your responses though
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    (Original post by Sami50)
    I am a Sunni Muslim but I do not understand why people are not talking about how Erdogan allowed the Syrian regime to take Aleppo and effectively assisted a retreat into Idlib in coordination with the Russians. He claims he is anti-Kurd but only when they are his problem, he never critisized his Iraqi peshmerga friends who attack innocent Sunni Arabs. Turkey and Qatar love to behave like defenders of Sunnis but yet they are getting ever closer to Iran. I want a reply from Islamist Erdogan fanboys who seem to have a history of working with Shia terrorist groups.
    PS: I am not trying to be rude, I would like to see your responses though
    How did you expect the Turks to take Aleppo?
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    How did you expect the Turks to take Aleppo?
    Not take it but helping the rebels push hard to break the siege would have been an alternative that would be more harmful to the regime.
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    Because he's one of the few leader's who takes action such as bringing in refugees, speaking out against Anti-Islam, aiding Muslim countries etc.

    His country is Turkey and not Syria which is also facing a lot of problems right now, so how did you expect the him to take Aleppo.

    I now want a reply from you to give evidence that Erdogan (May Allah be pleased with him) has history of working with Shia terrorist groups.

    I find it sad and disgusting that people are finding ways for people to go against him without any authentic evidence at all. But on the other hand, you have probably been brainwashed like a lot of people.

    And Allah knows best
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    (Original post by Sami50)
    Not take it but helping the rebels push hard to break the siege would have been an alternative that would be more harmful to the regime.
    By 'rebels' you mean 'terrorists'?
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    (Original post by WaqarAliShabir)
    Because he's one of the few leader's who takes action such as bringing in refugees, speaking out against Anti-Islam, aiding Muslim countries etc.

    His country is Turkey and not Syria which is also facing a lot of problems right now, so how did you expect the him to take Aleppo.

    I now want a reply from you to give evidence that Erdogan (May Allah be pleased with him) has history of working with Shia terrorist groups.

    He's probably the only Muslim leader who has a heart that has so much love for his fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.

    I find it sad and disgusting that people are finding ways for people to go against him without any authentic evidence at all. But on the other hand, you have probably been brainwashed like a lot of people. It should be the Saudi leaders who you should be shaming who no shame at all; killing their own brothers and sisters in Yemen and aiding countries like America and Israel.

    And Allah knows best
    His country is Turkey but he encouraged the Syrians to revolt and claimed that he would fight Syria but he backed down at the end and decided to make peace with Russia.

    The Saudis are not trying to massacre innocents in Yemen even if it has regretably happened. They are trying to fight Houthi terrorists who have killed Yemeni and Saudi civillians.

    Now Turkey is back with Iran in terms of improving relations. They agreed to cooperate in Iraq even though Turkey was supporting the Kurds which are about to announce an independence referendum this month.
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    Can I ask where you're from if you don't mind?
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    (Original post by WaqarAliShabir)
    :yawn::yawn::yawn:

    'The Saudis are not trying to massacre innocents in Yemen even if it has regretably happened' IS THIS A JOKE?
    No it's not a joke. Why would they benefit from killing innocents? Do you realise what Iran is doing to the region?
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    (Original post by Mesopotamian.)
    Can I ask where you're from if you don't mind?
    The UK, this is where I was born and where I live. It seems to be a sufficient answer.
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    Why does anybody like Erdogan?
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    (Original post by Sami50)
    The UK, this is where I was born and where I live. It seems to be a sufficient answer.
    I meant where you come from originally as in your roots, but it was a question - you didn't have to answer it if you didn't want to.
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    Why does anyone support a de facto dictator?
 
 
 
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