اتوار, اکتوبر 14, 2012

it is not Erdoğan, it is Kılıçdaroğlu who is playing the sectarian card.

Reading into the mind of Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, a Turkish social democrat politician and the main opposition leader.

Mohammad Asif Reyaz

Turkish opposition leader Kılıçdaroğlu is strongly against any intervention in Syria. Every now and then he keeps slamming Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for his support to the Syrian opposition. He never leaves a chance to criticize the government on the issue of Syria. He seems to be strictly against war with Syria. He is putting himself to be a champion of peace with regards to the Syrian conflict.

Addressing his parliamentary group meet On 13, October, 2012, he said:
“We don’t want war. We don’t want our sons’ blood to be shed in Arabian deserts. [...] We have marked a historic event by saying ‘no’ to the motion [authorizing the military for cross-border operations].

Again speaking at a public event in the southern province of Hatay, Kılıçdaroğlu said, "When we woke up one morning, we saw that Syria had become our number-one foe. As if we intended to create a foe, not a friend from the beginning" Foreign Minister Davutoglu calls his policy "zero problems with neighbors," but Kılıçdaroğlu pointed out that Turkey has ended up with no friendly neighbors today. He added that “Turkish policies regarding Iraq and Iran are also misguided.”

Kılıçdaroğlu is so furious with the government’s approach to the Syrian conflict that in one of his statements he called the Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu an "idiot."
He did not even spare the Prime Minister Erdoğan, calling him traitor and accusing him for putting the country into a danger of war.

On CNNTürk late on Oct. 8 Kılıçdaroğlu accused Davutoğlu of favoring Sunnis in Syria’s crisis.
Wait, Wait, Wait, it is not easy to understand the mind of Kılıçdaroğlu. He is a man with complex personality. He cancels more than he reveals. His all hue and cry is not for sake of Turkey but for the sake of Assad regime in Syria.


Very few people know that Kılıçdaroğlu belongs to an Alawite sect. And since he is an Alwite, he finds himself religiously obligated to save Alawite regime in Syria. If you go deep into the water you will find that it is not Erdoğan, it is Kılıçdaroğlu who is playing the sectarian card.
Till now more than 30,000 innocent Syrian citizen most of them women and children have been killed in Assad’s onslaught, but Kılıçdaroğlu prefers to remain silent. He only speaks when he finds that Alawites regime in danger.

This is a clear indicator of the fact that, if a man is not fully aware of the situation and does not know the background and leaning of the people involved in the matter and he takes things superficially, can easily be misled. He will take falsehood as truth and dishonesty as honesty. He will go astray and will never come to the right conclusion.

To reach a right conclusion, it is imperative for a man to be well versed with the situation. Knowing every aspect of the situation is a must to arrive at the right conclusion. Without this one cannot arrive at a decisive conclusion.

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