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Syrian Influx Unnerves Turks in Border Towns

Aug 15, 2012 | Comments Off

HATAY, Turkey — While the Assad regime in Syria looks increasingly precarious, many Turks, especially those who live near the border with Syria, are less than enthusiastic about Turkey’s unequivocal support for the Syrian opposition.

Hatay province’s Alevi population, whose religious faith is similar but not identical to that of Syria’s minority Alawites, fears that Syrian Alawites’ lives will be at risk once President Bashar al-Assad falls and that in the undetermined amount of time it takes for him to go, radicals will benefit most from the chaotic environment.

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ם הסורים, שברחו מהתופת של אסד אבל לא מצליחים להשתחרר ממנהמיוחד: שליחת “ידיעות אחרונות” בטורקיה ביקרה במחנות הפליטיי

Aug 10, 2012 | Comments Off

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