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  1. #31
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    Citaat Geplaatst door jakko Bekijk reactie
    Vraag het de Amerikaanse senatoren die om de uitzetting van Turkse ambassadeur vragen. Misschien weten die je te overtuigen. Ciao ciao..
    Nu heb je het opeens over Amerikaanse senatoren?? Vind je het lastig om bij het filmpje te blijven?

  2. #32
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    Ik vind dat niet lastig, het zegt mij genoeg maar jou blijkbaar niet. Vraag het daarom aan de Amerikaanse senatoren die hun besluit ergens op baseren. Misschien is dat van nog meer bewijs, politierapporten etc. De burgemeester van Washington kun je het ook vragen, die is laaiend.

    Citaat Geplaatst door DrWho Bekijk reactie
    Nu heb je het opeens over Amerikaanse senatoren?? Vind je het lastig om bij het filmpje te blijven?

  3. #33
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    Dat kun je niet zien vanaf de auto, dat het dan pas los gaat. Het is niet meer dan een aanname.

    DrWho,

    Je kunt er van uitgaan dat 99% van de wereldburgers die hier naar kijken dezelfde aanname zullen maken.
    Erdogan heeft zich op een zeer onfatsoenlijke, schaamteloze en arrogante manier misdragen en de hele wereld ziet dat.


    Noord
    Nothing works....

  4. #34
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    Ik vind dat niet lastig, het zegt mij genoeg maar jou blijkbaar niet. Vraag het daarom aan de Amerikaanse senatoren die hun besluit ergens op baseren. Misschien is dat van nog meer bewijs, politierapporten etc. De burgemeester van Washington kun je het ook vragen, die is laaiend.
    Misschien hebben ze beter beeldmateriaal, of denken ze dat hun aannames de waarheid zijn.

  5. #35
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    Citaat Geplaatst door Noord55 Bekijk reactie
    DrWho,

    Je kunt er van uitgaan dat 99% van de wereldburgers die hier naar kijken dezelfde aanname zullen maken.
    Erdogan heeft zich op een zeer onfatsoenlijke, schaamteloze en arrogante manier misdragen en de hele wereld ziet dat.


    Noord
    99 procent zelfs. Wauw. Mindblowing.

  6. #36
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    Citaat Geplaatst door No-No Bekijk reactie
    Zoveel aannanes als reactie op een qoute over aannames
    Citaat Geplaatst door jakko Bekijk reactie
    ik weet wel beter.
    .

  7. #37
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    Citaat Geplaatst door Noord55 Bekijk reactie
    Onvoorstelbaar, toch?
    Erdogan is echt gek. Helemaal gestoord!


    Noord
    Ooit een fascistisce dictator met imperialistische neigingen gezien die niet compleet ziek in zijn hoofd was?
    Geweld lost niks op! Vrede is de weg!

    Iedere dode is er één teveel!

  8. #38
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    Citaat Geplaatst door 918 Bekijk reactie
    Ga werken zwervers, dat doet Erdogan ook
    Tja, als je de ballen van Trump likken werken noemt...
    Geweld lost niks op! Vrede is de weg!

    Iedere dode is er één teveel!

  9. #39
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    WASHINGTON — New video surfaced on Thursday that shows President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey looking on as armed members of his security team violently charge a group of protesters outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence here.

    The Voice of America’s Turkish Service posted the video on its Twitter account with a brief description in Turkish.


    The confrontation on Tuesday came after President Trump had welcomed Mr. Erdogan to the White House and praised him as a stalwart ally in the battle against Islamic extremism. Mr. Trump did not speak of Mr. Erdogan’s authoritarian crackdown on his own people.

    It is unclear if Mr. Erdogan, who is seen in the video sitting in a black Mercedes sedan, communicated with the would-be assailants. An aide can be seen leaning into the car, then speaking to another aide who walks toward the group of supporters and out of the range of the camera.

    Seconds later, members of the group run toward and confront the protesters. The second aide then returns to the president’s car as Mr. Erdogan exits and enters the residence.

    Nine people were hospitalized after the skirmish, and the State Department issued a stern statement condemning the attack

    The video was one of several new details that emerged about the episode on Thursday, as the State Department and the police here continued to investigate and American lawmakers escalated their criticism of the Turkish guards’ behavior and put pressure on the Trump administration to respond forcefully.

    Investigators were paying particular attention to two members of the Turkish security detail who assaulted American Diplomatic Security officers assigned to protect the visiting delegation.

    The men were briefly detained on the scene Tuesday and their guns confiscated. But when it was determined that they held diplomatic status, they were promptly released, according to a congressional aide briefed on the State Department’s investigation. By the time video of what had happened outside the ambassador’s residence shot across the internet Tuesday night, stoking outrage in the United States, the two men were on their way out of the country with Mr. Erdogan and the rest of his entourage.

    The two men remain the subject of an active criminal investigation and will not be allowed to re-enter the United States, the aide said.

    The congressional aide and others who shared details about the case spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss details of the investigation. They declined to identify the two members of the Turkish security forces who were detained, but said their immunity was no longer in place.

    The Turkish Embassy in Washington and officials in Turkey did not respond to requests for comment on Thursday. The embassy issued a statement on Wednesday contradicting much of the American officials account and laying blame for the episode on protesters who they said had incited the violence.

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    WASHINGTON — New video surfaced on Thursday that shows President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey looking on as armed members of his security team violently charge a group of protesters outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence here.

    The Voice of America’s Turkish Service posted the video on its Twitter account with a brief description in Turkish.

    BLABLABLABLABLABLABALBALBALAB

    Anti Erdogan propaganda.

  11. #41
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    WASHINGTON — New video surfaced on Thursday that shows President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey looking on as armed members of his security team violently charge a group of protesters outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence here.

    The Voice of America’s Turkish Service posted the video on its Twitter account with a brief description in Turkish.


    The confrontation on Tuesday came after President Trump had welcomed Mr. Erdogan to the White House and praised him as a stalwart ally in the battle against Islamic extremism. Mr. Trump did not speak of Mr. Erdogan’s authoritarian crackdown on his own people.

    It is unclear if Mr. Erdogan, who is seen in the video sitting in a black Mercedes sedan, communicated with the would-be assailants. An aide can be seen leaning into the car, then speaking to another aide who walks toward the group of supporters and out of the range of the camera.

    Seconds later, members of the group run toward and confront the protesters. The second aide then returns to the president’s car as Mr. Erdogan exits and enters the residence.

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    The video was one of several new details that emerged about the episode on Thursday, as the State Department and the police here continued to investigate and American lawmakers escalated their criticism of the Turkish guards’ behavior and put pressure on the Trump administration to respond forcefully.

    Investigators were paying particular attention to two members of the Turkish security detail who assaulted American Diplomatic Security officers assigned to protect the visiting delegation.

    The men were briefly detained on the scene Tuesday and their guns confiscated. But when it was determined that they held diplomatic status, they were promptly released, according to a congressional aide briefed on the State Department’s investigation. By the time video of what had happened outside the ambassador’s residence shot across the internet Tuesday night, stoking outrage in the United States, the two men were on their way out of the country with Mr. Erdogan and the rest of his entourage.

    The two men remain the subject of an active criminal investigation and will not be allowed to re-enter the United States, the aide said.

    The congressional aide and others who shared details about the case spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss details of the investigation. They declined to identify the two members of the Turkish security forces who were detained, but said their immunity was no longer in place.

    The Turkish Embassy in Washington and officials in Turkey did not respond to requests for comment on Thursday. The embassy issued a statement on Wednesday contradicting much of the American officials account and laying blame for the episode on protesters who they said had incited the violence.

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    The exchange between Turkish security personnel and American diplomatic officers sheds light on just how far the Turks strayed outside the bounds of typical diplomatic behavior on Tuesday. It also highlights the challenge facing American officials who must navigate potential diplomatic immunity claims, not to mention political repercussions, even as they pledge to hold those involved accountable.

    Brawl in Washington Over President Erdogan's Visit
    Supporters and opponents of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan fought outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington on Tuesday.
    The police arrested two people on Tuesday evening after the confrontation outside the embassy. Ayten Necmi, 49, of Woodside, N.Y., was charged with aggravated assault, and Jalal Kheirabaoi, 42, of Fairfax, Va., was charged with assault on a police officer.

    The White House has been silent on the episode, which took place after a warm reception for Mr. Erdogan at the Executive Mansion on Tuesday. And after issuing a short public statement on Wednesday, the State Department has mostly been working behind the scenes.

    The Turkish ambassador, Serdar Kilic, was summoned to the State Department on Wednesday by Thomas A. Shannon Jr., the under secretary of state for political affairs, according to a State Department official. The official declined to characterize the conversation.

    Lawmakers on Capitol Hill showed less restraint. In an interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Thursday, Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, said the United States “should throw their ambassador the hell out of the United States of America.”

    “This kind of thing cannot go unresponded to diplomatically,” Mr. McCain said. “And maybe in other ways. Maybe bring lawsuits against so we can identify these people.”

    Later in the day, Mr. McCain and Senator Dianne Feinstein, Democrat of California, sent a letter to Mr. Erdogan demanding that he hold members of his staff implicated in the attack responsible. Their actions, the senators wrote, constituted “an affront” to the nation’s legal rights “and reflects poorly on your government.”

    The episode Tuesday was not the first in which Turkish security forces have incited violence in Washington. The police and members of Mr. Erdogan’s security team clashed with demonstrators last year outside the Brookings Institution, where Mr. Erdogan was delivering a speech.

    Patrick Kingsley contributed reporting from New York.
    Citaat Geplaatst door jakko Bekijk reactie
    Op dat moment hoor je de protesters nog gewoon hun slogans roepen, en is er dus niks aan de hand. Pas daarna hoor je geschreeuw van het meppen. Geloof wat je wilt, ik weet wel beter. Dit loopt slecht af voor Erdi, wat een modderfiguur..

    ordinaire maffiabaas, opperhooligan..
    Beeldmateriaal gaarne.

  12. #42
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    Anti Erdogan propaganda.

    Izanovic,


    Erdogan verzorgt zijn eigen anti-Erdogan propaganda, daar heeft hij de Amerikaanse media niet voor nodig!


    Noord
    Nothing works....

  13. #43
    حياكم الله

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    Citaat Geplaatst door Peej Bekijk reactie
    Tja, als je de ballen van Trump likken werken noemt...
    Hij likt ook zijn oranje tenen

  14. #44
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    Op dat moment hoor je de protesters nog gewoon hun slogans roepen, en is er dus niks aan de hand. Pas daarna hoor je geschreeuw van het meppen. Geloof wat je wilt, ik weet wel beter. Dit loopt slecht af voor Erdi, wat een modderfiguur..

    ordinaire maffiabaas, opperhooligan..
    Het zal niet slecht voor Erdolf aflopen als Trump het voor het zeggen heeft. Die is namelijk net zo gek en van hetzelfde laken een pak. Trump heeft tijdens zijn verkiezingsrallys ook meermalen opgeroepen om tegenstanders met geweld uit het publiek te verwijderen. Trump zal dit geweldig vinden. Net zo'n gevaarlijke idioot .
    Geweld lost niks op! Vrede is de weg!

    Iedere dode is er één teveel!

  15. #45
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    Trump's dagen zijn ook aflopend, duurt niet lang meer. Maar inderdaad eenzelfde anti-democratische despoot.

    Citaat Geplaatst door Peej Bekijk reactie
    Het zal niet slecht voor Erdolf aflopen als Trump het voor het zeggen heeft. Die is namelijk net zo gek en van hetzelfde laken een pak. Trump heeft tijdens zijn verkiezingsrallys ook meermalen opgeroepen om tegenstanders met geweld uit het publiek te verwijderen. Trump zal dit geweldig vinden. Net zo'n gevaarlijke idioot .