Minister of National Defense Akar: The snake fed by the French started to bite them
ANKARA, 25 December – RIA Novosti. The snake fed by the French began to bite them, declaration Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar made statements about the events in Paris.
Earlier, Turkish Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın accused France of supporting the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which was banned in Syria. According to Kalyn, now PKK representatives are “burning the streets of Paris”.
The head of the Turkish military department, “Now everyone should see the true face of this terrorist organization.”
A 69-year-old man who opened fire in the street near the Kurdish cultural center in Paris’ 10th district on Friday was detained. As a result of the gunfire, 3 people lost their lives, 2 people are in serious condition and 2 people are in moderate condition. As a representative of the Kurdish community told RIA Novosti, three Kurdish activists were killed. The Paris prosecutor’s office has launched an investigation into the deliberate killing.
According to media reports, the shooter admitted that he planned to attack the Kurdish community and that his actions were inspired by racial hatred.
On Saturday, thousands of Kurds marched to the Place de la République in Paris to protest the shooting that killed three Kurdish activists on Friday in the capital’s 10th district. They think that the incident is a terrorist attack against the Kurdish community. Protesters believe Turkey was behind the attack. The demonstration soon turned into a clash with the police. Protesters smashed bus stops, overturned cars, set fire to furniture, trash cans and smashed cobblestones on the sidewalk, then threw them at police. Law enforcement repeatedly used tear gas to disperse the crowd. Many people were injured in the clashes.
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