Turkey’s intrusion into Syrian territory (with the excuse to relocate the tomb of Suleyman Shah) proves its connection with Daesh

the real Syrian Free Press



(Damascus, 22/2/2015, SANA/Haifa Said) ~ Turkey transgressed into the Syrian territory and relocated the tomb of Suleyman Shah from the northeastern Raqqa province where it exists in a “suspicious” act that reveals the Turkish government’s close connection with terrorist organizations operating in the area.

An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said in a statement that Turkey did not await the Syrian consent to move the tomb after the Turkish Foreign Ministry informed Syria’s consulate in Istanbul of its intent to carry out the relocation on the eve of the transgression act.

Turkey did carry out the move without Syria’s consent contrary to procedures usually followed according to the 1921 agreement signed between Turkey and the French occupation authorities back then.

The Foreign Ministry source described the Turkish move, which took place at dawn Sunday, as no less…

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