May 22, 2017

Dearest Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, GFYS

This is a message from America.

Turkey’s foreign ministry on Monday lodged a formal protest with the U.S. ambassador to Ankara over what it said were “lapses of security” during President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Washington earlier this month.

Jawa File image of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan


They’re not even claiming that the protesters started it. Their beef is that the protest was “provocative.” Are you kidding?
No they are not kidding, I like how Erdogan says he didn't approve the protestors permits. As if we're part of his little Caliphate.

By Howie at 11:21 AM | Comments |

April 17, 2017

Turkey Votes Expanded Powers to Chancellor Erdogan

The Turkish people have voted for the creation of a Clone Ottoman Empire to counter the threats of the Separatists.

urkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared victory in a referendum over a new constitution that will make him far more powerful, potentially for many more years to come. The result, which the opposition is calling fraudulent, promises to make Turkey less democratic, more bitterly divided and more religious than ever.

It comes as no surprise that at the last minute, when the counting showed the "no" vote was threatening the thin lead of the pro-Erdogan "Yes" vote, electoral authorities stepped in to announce they would allow unsealed ballots to be counted, in contravention to the rules.

Darth Khalifisus Chancellor Erdogan was quotes as saying, "Execute order 66".

By Howie at 08:11 AM | Comments |

January 03, 2017

Reminiscence When Assad Allowed al-Qaeda Passage and Lived To Regret It

When Syria let terrorists pass through to Iraq to fight the US it was "causing mischief"

When Turkey let loads of terrorists pass through on their way to Iraq and Syria for similar reasons, then it boomerangs on Erdogan, that's a tragedy.

Just so you all know the difference.

By Howie at 02:20 PM | Comments |

October 28, 2016

Turkey Used Humanitarian Aid As Cover For ISIS

Well that's just one part of it. I mean if you don't see Turkey as suspect *i will cut UR neck.

A former senior counter-terrorism official in Turkey has blown the whistle on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s deliberate sponsorship of the Islamic State (ISIS) as a geopolitical tool to expand Turkey’s regional influence and sideline his political opponents at home.

Ahmet Sait Yayla was Chief of the Counter-Terrorism and Operations Division of Turkish National Police between 2010 and 2012, before becoming Chief of the Public Order and Crime Prevention Division until 2014. Previously, he had worked in the Counter-Terrorism and Operations Division as a mid-level manager for his entire 20-year police tenure, before becoming Chief of Police in Ankara and Sanliurfa.

In interviews with INSURGE intelligence, Yayla exclusively revealed that he had personally witnessed evidence of high-level Turkish state sponsorship of ISIS during his police career, which eventually led him to resign. He decided to become a whistleblower after Erdogan’s authoritarian crackdown following the failed military coup in July. This is the first time that the former counter-terrorism chief has spoken on the record to reveal what he knows about Turkish government aid to Islamist terror groups.

Are we still banned in Turkey? I'm not sure.

As they say... Read the rest.

+Turkey’s intelligence chief, Hakan Fidan, named as member of terror group linked to al-Qaeda and ISIS
+ Turkish intelligence directly supplied military aid to ISIS for years
+ Turkish government siphoned military supplies to ISIS through humanitarian relief agency
+ ISIS fighters, including al-Baghadi’s deputy, received free medical treatment in Turkey and “protection” from Turkish police
+ Head of ISIS in Turkey received “24/7 protection” under the personal order of President Erdogan
+ Turkish police investigations into ISIS are being systematically quashed
+ ISIS oil is sold with complicity of authorities in Turkey and Kurdish region of northern Iraq
+ NATO affirms Turkey’s role as ally in war on ISIS

*An actual Fatwa on Rusty's life from one of our moderate Turkish readers.

By Howie at 10:05 AM | Comments |

September 22, 2016

This is Sharia: Woman Kicked in Face For Wearing Slacks in Turkey

Turkey released him so far without charge.

Aysegul Terzi was assaulted on a bus in Istanbul after the man claimed Islamic law demanded he attack the young woman.

In shocking footage the 23-year-old girl is seen being brutally kicked in the face by Abdullah Cakiroglu.

The thug was incredibly freed by prosecutors when he said he was following Islamic law by assaulting the woman and it was decided to classify the incident as an assault that did not justify custody.

Secular moderate Turkey, yeah right.

By Howie at 08:27 AM | Comments |

September 16, 2016

Repeat After Me: Turkey is Our Ally

Repeat that 5000 times, still won't make it true, but hey who wants truth?

These are our moderate rebels, you know the ones John Kerry says we can support.

By Howie at 08:00 AM | Comments |

August 22, 2016

Turkey's Pet Terrorists Bomb Kurdish Wedding With 12 Year Old Suicide Bomber

So Turkey blamed this attack on its black ops proxy known as Islamic State

The explosion happened as wedding guests danced in the street on Saturday evening in a predominantly Kurdish district of Gaziantep.
The pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), said the wedding had been for one of its members.

The bride and bridegroom, from the mainly Kurdish region of Siirt in the south-east, survived the blast but were among the injured.

Witness Veli Can, 25, said that the celebrations were coming to an end when the explosion ripped through a crowd of people dancing.

"There was blood and body parts everywhere," he said.
Mr Erdogan said IS had been trying to "position itself" in Gaziantep, which is a major hub for Syrian refugees.

In a written statement, he said there was "no difference" between IS, the Kurdish militants of the PKK, and followers of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom he blames for the coup attempt last month.

Trust me you won't see strong Turkish action against Islamic State, what you will see is Turkey using this as an excuse to operate against the Kurds.

Really its pretty slick, you wonder why Arabs talk about 9/11 as an inside job? I know its silly right? Well not in the Islamic world, they say that because in their evil world they really do have inside jobs.

Turkey uses Islamic State to bomb Kurds. Turkey blames Islamic State terrorists, then use the operation against terrorists to bomb pretty much all the Kurds while for some reason forgetting to bomb Islamic State. Rinse repeat.

By Howie at 11:12 AM | Comments |

July 18, 2016

Experience Authentic Culture! Visit Turkey! Now With 100% More Pakistan!


By Howie at 07:37 AM | Comments |

July 15, 2016

Coup in Progress in Turkey(Failed?)

It seems the Turkish military is tired of carrying water for Erdogan's tolerance of Islamic State and its terror.

Its on like Donkey Kong.

Live Turkey coup: military attempt to seize power from Erdogan as low flying jets and gunfire heard in Ankara and bridges across Bosphorus in Istanbul closed

Update: 07:13 cdt. It appears the coup has failed. Or is at least the chatter indicates it might.

Guess why.

OMFG these are the two dumbest MOFOs on planet Earth. You flipping side with Turkey's military. Always. Then power goes back, rinse repeat.

The Turkish military would hand us Baghdadi's head on a platter for our support. Sweet Jesus!

Update: 08:43:

Obama, one dumb SOB.

By Howie at 03:25 PM | Comments |

June 30, 2016

Istanbul Airport Terrorists Sneaked Through Turkish Security by Posing as ISIS Fighters

I mean what's unusual about a Russian, Kyrgyz and Uzbek ISIS fighters traveling back and forth trough Turkey? It was the perfect cover really. ISIS fighters returning home to see Mommy and Daddy on Eid.

ISTANBUL — The three suicide bombers who attacked Istanbul's Ataturk Airport have been identified as nationals from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, a senior Turkish official said Thursday.
Stealth Jihad.

By Howie at 07:16 AM | Comments |

March 30, 2016

Turks Issue Fatwa Against This Video

But then again, screw the Turks.

By Howie at 09:01 AM | Comments |

February 17, 2016

Visit Turkey Islamic Tourist Paradise

That's right bask in the wonderfulness of Turkey's Authentic Islamic culture....

Plan your trip today! Only in Turkey can you find both modern convenience and authentic IED's all in one super exciting package!

By Howie at 01:17 PM | Comments |

December 29, 2015

Naji Jerf Murdered in Turkey

Its not every day that someone you follow gets murdered by ISIS supporters in Turkey.

Naji Jerf, 38, was shot with a silenced pistol in downtown Gaziantep, near the Syrian border, Turkish media reported.

Mr Jerf was the film director for Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently (RBSS), a group of journalists who risk their lives daily to report on IS abuses.

It is the second murder of a member of the group in as many weeks, after Ahmad Mohammed al-Mousa was killed in Syria.

Mr Jerf was a vocal critic of the so-called Islamic State. He directed two recent documentaries about the group - one about the killing of Syrian activists in Aleppo, the other about the work of RBSS.

But I'm sure its a total coincidence that he was killed in turkey and there will be a full investigation.
The Committee to Protect Journalists condemned the murder of Mr Jerf. "Syrian journalists who have fled to Turkey for their safety are not safe at all," said Sherif Mansour, the CPJ's Middle East and North Africa programme co-ordinator.

"We call on Turkish authorities to bring the killers of Naji Jerf to justice swiftly and transparently, and to step up measures to protect all Syrian journalists on Turkish soil."

Turkish police say they have opened an investigation.

(Laughs nervously).

By Howie at 12:19 AM | Comments |

October 10, 2015

Terrorist Attack Against Kurds in Turkey

Its ironic that the PKK is on the terror list for attacks against Turkish police. Yet a demonstration in favor of the Kurds show there are terrorist among the supporters of the Turkish state as well.

Emergency services were called to the scene following a twin blast at 10:05am local time, according to local news agency, Anadolu. The Turkish government has described the incident as a terrorist attack, and believes at least one of the blasts to have been carried out by a suicide bomber, Reuters said.

The blast coincided with a rally organised by the Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions (KESK), to press the Turkish government to end conflict with Kurdish militant group Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).

A Reuters reporter in Ankara said there were several bodies covered by flags that had been carried by demonstrators, as well as body-parts and bloodstains on the road.

Hat Tip: Buzzfeed.

By Howie at 10:59 AM | Comments |

October 02, 2015

Meanwhile in Turkey

While we wring our hands about gun control..... um yeah.

Hat Tip: JWT.

By Howie at 08:31 AM | Comments |

July 25, 2015

Obama Paid the Price For Turkish Airbases

So I guess the price Turkey asked to stop helping ISIS and start hurting ISIS was for the US to f*ck over the Kurds.

Turkish fighter jets, which on Friday attacked Islamic State targets in Syria, have launched a wave of airstrikes in northern Iraq, targeting camps of the militant Kurdistan Workers’ Party for the first time in four years, the prime minister’s office said Saturday.

The Iraq raids, which began late Friday and continued into Saturday, effectively ended an unstable two-year cease-fire between the Turkish government and the Kurdish militants, also known by the initials of their Kurdish name, P.K.K. After a three-decade conflict that claimed at least 40,000 lives, the two sides reached a fragile peace in 2013, though there have been a few minor clashes since then.

Nice job Obama you just sold out the very last progressive people in the Middle East who supported freedom and loved the United States.

Obama, Sir. You suck. And I don't just mean suck in the ordinary sense, you megafookingsuckshitthroughastraw.

By Howie at 02:18 PM | Comments |

May 26, 2015

Awesome! Turkey Places A Policeman Somewhere Near Last Best Entrance to ISISLand

Let no one say that NATO Member Turkey is not doing its part to stop the flow Ammonium Nitrate, Pipe and Fighters from flowing through the border crossing at Akcakale!

Welcome to the border crossing nearest to the de facto capital of the Islamic State.

...One could have expected this border gate separating NATO from the world’s first self-proclaimed jihadi state to be bristling with soldiers and guns. Turkey, after all, has the second-biggest military in the Western alliance.

But here at Akcakale, there is no serious military presence, there are no checkpoints as you enter town on the road from Urfa, the Turkish city half-an-hour’s drive away that many foreign recruits have passed through on their way to join the jihadis.

On the day I entered town, there was one police car at a roundabout as you entered the main drag and a policeman sitting on the ground with his back to the road, drinking tea with a local.

Two Turks—both longtime Islamists and now members of ISIS—are the key organizers guiding foreign recruits and overseeing cross-border trade.

“One is responsible for bringing the foreigners to Akcakale; the other stays in Syria and escorts the foreigners to Raqqa.” The men are well known to Turkish authorities, locals say.On the day I entered town, there was one police car at a roundabout as you entered the main drag and a policeman sitting on the ground with his back to the road, drinking tea with a local.

Well its good to know that it only takes Two Turks to run such an operation. Just two.......

By Howie at 01:52 PM | Comments |

April 13, 2015

Turkey: The Truth Hurts

Sandcrawler PSA: Anyone who tells the truth about what the Turks did to the Armenians is a hateful bigoted Islamophobe.

Turkey has recalled its envoy to the Vatican after Pope Francis described the mass killing of Armenians under Ottoman rule in WW1 as "genocide".

Turkey has reacted with anger to the comment made by the Pope at a service in Rome earlier on Sunday.

Armenia and many historians say up to 1.5 million Armenian Christians were killed by Ottoman forces in 1915.

But Turkey has always disputed that figure and said the deaths were part of a civil conflict triggered by WW1.

The row has continued to sour relations between Armenia and Turkey.

Because the Muslim genocide of 1.5 million Armenians was 100% approved by Allah you racist bastards!

The only thing worse is pretending the Turks aren't in the bag for ISIS and letting them remain in NATO. I mean you wouldn't have appointed Nikita Kruschev Easter Bunny would you?

By Howie at 02:36 PM | Comments |

February 03, 2015

Sandcrawler Mystery

ISIS is at war with. Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, US, The Taliban, FSA, al-Nusra, France, UK, Italy, Japan.

Notice anyone missing? Anyone strangely not at war with ISIS? Like say a country that has a huge border with ISIS but opened its road to provide security for the "exchange".

I mean maybe the same county from which more death threats against Jawa Repot have been posted than any nation on the face of the Earth?


Exit question theories on how this jives with ISIS provoking war with Jordan and why would ISIS believe it can come out on top if that occurs?

ALICE FORDHAM, BYLINE: A good place to meet Iraq's rebellious Sunni tribal leaders is the neighboring country of Jordan. Last month, in his house on a sleepy street in the capital Amman, I met Sheikh Ahmed Dabbash.

AHMED DABBASH: (Foreign language spoken).

FORDHAM: "We fought side-by-side with al-Qaida against the Americans," he says. This neatly bearded man has a PhD in religious sciences, but he's better known as a leader in the Islamic Army - a group of Sunni militants the U.S. spent a lot of blood and bullets trying to eliminate before pulling out troops in 2011.

DABBASH: (Foreign language spoken).

FORDHAM: Now his group is in a de facto alliance with al-Qaida's successor, ISIS.

Its now or never folks ISIS won't stop they must be stopped. And with the greatest of haste and force available.

Mystery III where did Vlad get his ideas anyway?

By Howie at 06:45 PM | Comments |

November 12, 2014

Jawas Are Not Surprised That Turks Are Assholes

Our "I will cut UR Neck" Fatwa and others come from comments posted on Jawa Report from Turkey.

In fact there are so many terrorist supporters in Turkey that we eventually had to ban the entire nation because of Turkish DDOS attacks in revenge for telling the truth about Islamic Terrorists.

Allowing Turkey into NATO or the EU is like letting a fox into the hen house.

Update: Yup.

etained policemen standing trial on charges of wiretapping have claimed that they were prevented from putting suspects linked to the al-Qaeda terrorist organization and other groups affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) under close surveillance.
The defense testimony of the policemen was heard at the 9th İzmir High Criminal Court, where 32 police officers are standing trial after they were detained in a number of provinces across Turkey on Aug. 19 on accusations of illegal wiretapping.

Of those 32, 11 were placed under arrest in İzmir. Among those arrested include former Batman Police Chief Hasan Ali Okan. Most of the officers detained were involved in a tender-rigging investigation in İzmir as well as in an investigation into an espionage ring allegedly involving members of the military.

Muhammed Suad Çelen, one of the policemen who delivered his defense statement, said all the wiretapping activities were conducted legally and with a court decision, adding that there was no way the policemen could have benefited from the wiretapping.

... Çelen's lawyer, Ali Aksoy, said the primary reason for the trial is his client's investigation of ISIL. He added that the intelligence unit chief blocked him from conducting work to expose ISIL militants.

By Howie at 09:15 AM | Comments |

October 07, 2014

Turkey's End Game on Kobane

Plans within plans.

or the last few months Turkey has actively prevented Turkish Kurds from crossing the border to help defend Kobane. Even though Turkey is a nominal member of Obama’s grand anti-ISIS coalition it has done nothing to help Kobane except to allow refugees fleeing the city to cross the Turkish border.

Kurdish requests for heavy weapons have so far fallen on deaf ears, which means that the YPG fighters in Kobane are outgunned by the US tanks and Humvees that IS took from the Iraqi army in the summer.

What explains this passivity? For one thing, Turkey will not lift a finger to do anything that might encourage or empower the Kurds, and regards Kurdish national aspirations as a greater threat to its national security than ISIS. The YPG is the fighting wing of the Democratic Union Party (PYD), the Syrian affiliate of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which the Turkish government regards as a terrorist organization, as does the US.

In a choice between IS and the YPG, Turkey clearly prefers the former.

So what does Turkey have to gain at the expense of the Kurds?

The end game appears clear. Turkey will allow ISIS to become such a problem on its border AFTER the Kurds fail, then Turkey in the absence of any other power to push ISIS back will itself occupy the Kurdish areas in a ground invasion invoking its NATO membership to get support.

Telegraph: The president of Turkey has urged for ground troops to be deployed in Kobane as the key Syrian border town looks set to fall under the control of the Islamic State and of Iraq and the Levant (Isil).

The town has been under assault by Isil jihadists for more than three weeks and has become a focal point for the West's air strikes against the terrorist organisation.

On Monday, as fighting intensified around Kobane, the black flag of the Islamic State was seen flying from its buildings and a nearby hill, prompting fears that the town was about to fall under Isil control.

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has since warned that a ground operation is needed to defeat the militants, fueling concerns that US-led air strikes are doing little to halt Isil's advances.

"The terror will not be over... unless we cooperate for a ground operation," president Erdogan said in a televised speech in the eastern city of Gaziantep, adding that air strikes were not enough on their own.

And the Kurds, who fight valiantly against ISIS, will get screwed over yet again.

Turkey on the one hand will seek a Hudna with ISIS once it feels it has occupied a healthy buffer zone, while on the other hand claim it has saved the day for NATO.

ISIS' smuggled oil will still flow through Turkey and Syria.

It works out in everyone's interest, well except for the Kurds who will die to justify Turkeys actions and the US & Western powers who will be extorted to pay for the Turk's help.

*Look American's just don't think and/or act dirty enough to play in the ME. We just don't.

*I'm glad for that really. I don't want to live in a place like that. But we pay a heavy price for our naivete.

By Howie at 08:04 AM | Comments |

September 18, 2014

Good News! ISIS Openly Recruiting on Turkey on Itsanbul Busses

We should boot Turkey from NATO, they both support ISIS and refuse to allow NATO to use their soil to base aircraft despite the treaty. So what good are they?

By Howie at 09:25 AM | Comments |

September 16, 2014

ISIS Genocide and Turkey

*The post that the nation of Turkey, who refuses to fight ISIS, doesn't want you to read.

Because genocide in the name of Allah is, you know, not genocide at all but the will of Allah, AKA Halal or permitted. Its just your silly man made laws that are wrong.

* Copy and paste is blocked so you don't get a quote, you have to click to read.

By Howie at 01:50 PM | Comments |

June 11, 2014

Report: Turkey Shelling ISIS Positions Near Mosul

This is starting to get some buzz on Twitter, but as of now no actual confirmation that the Turkish air force is bombing ISIS positions around Mosul. The only news I can find is an Iraqi/Arabic news site and they don't cite a source. The story's focus is actually on reports that Kurdish fighters have begun engaging ISIS terrorists, with a report of the Turkish offensive kind of thrown in there. That is, if the Google translation is working.

It seems almost inconceivable to me that Turkey would insert itself here, despite my earlier speculation (wishful thinking?) that ISIS's capture of dozens of Turks including a senior diplomat might push them into the conflict. So, I can't help but wonder if the reports of airplanes bombing ISIS positions aren't coming from people on the ground, near/in Mosul? And if that's the case, how do they know it's the Turks?

News reports on Iraqi TV earlier today claimed Iraqi troops, bolstered by 'militia' (read, Iranian proxies) were beginning a major counter offensive. So, maybe what the locals are seeing are Iraqi planes beginning to bomb ISIS positions? I just don't see people on the ground being able to distinguish who's air force is engaging giving the distances we are probably talking about here and the speeds involved.

But the fact that the Kurds are taking some initiative and some air force is finally responding is good news. The question remains, though, why hadn't the Iraqi air force responded prior to this? The deserts of Western Iraq are the perfect place for a turkey shoot (no pun intended), and since ISIS vehicles tend to move in convoys it's a head scratcher as to why the big guns haven't been brought in until now (if, in fact, the reports are true).

And if this does turn out to be Turkey involved, then I have to wonder whether this is an ultra-limited engagement meant to bolster their bargaining position to get back the Turkish hostages, or whether this signals the end of the facade of civil war in Syria and Iraq and the overt recognition that this thing has become a regional, international conflict.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 04:16 PM | Comments |

February 07, 2014

Failed Airplane Hijacking in Turkey

Here's the initial report I saw, but I'll update if I find out there's more to the story:

While the plane was in the air, one of the passengers said that there was a bomb on board and asked the plane to not land in Sabiha Gokcen (in Turkey) but rather to land in Sochi," Transportation Ministry official Habip Soluk said Friday on CNNTurk.

The passenger said the bomb was in the baggage hold, a Transportation Ministry official said.

The plane landed in Istanbul and the guy is in custody and is said to be Ukrainian.

Thanks to Phil

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 01:33 PM | Comments |

January 14, 2014

Bwahahaha: "Charity" Made Infamous When Israeli Commandos Stormed Ship Raided by Turkish Police for, ahem, Supporting al Qaeda

There are so many levels of irony here, I don't know where to begin:

Turkish anti-terrorist police raided the offices of an aid agency on the border with Syria on Tuesday, in part of what local media said was an operation in six cities against individuals suspected of links to al Qaeda.

The Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) said police had raided its offices in the southern Turkish city of Kilis, which borders Syria, and detained one person.

The IHH came to prominence in May 2010 when Israeli marines stormed its Mavi Marmara ship to enforce a naval blockade of the Palestinian-run Gaza Strip and killed nine Turks in clashes with activists.

You'll remember it was the raid on one of the IHH's ships from Turkey trying to illegally run the blockade of Gaza that started the rift between Turkey and Israel in the first place (or, at least, made that rift much worse). Turkey demanded -- DEMANDED! -- that Israel apologize for stopping the "humanitarian aid" and killing the "activists".

Chickens, welcome home to the roost!

But it gets better. Turkish sources claim that one of those arrested was ex-Gitmo prisoner Ibrahim Sen. If true, this would be the second time the Turks arrested this guy for terrorism since his release. Apparently, being a member of al Qaeda isn't serious enough that they remand you to custody when you appeal your sentence in Turkey:

Among those arrested was Ibrahim Sen, al-Qaida's Middle East deputy, who was released from the U.S. prison camp in Cuba in 2006, Today's Zaman reported Monday.

Sen was handed over to Turkish authorities in 2008 and later sentenced by a Turkish court to six years in prison on terror charges. The case is on appeal.

Also arrested was Halis Bayancuk, the terror group's representative in Turkey.

Let's hope Turkey has rounded a corner with this one. But don't hold your breath.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 11:51 AM | Comments |

May 28, 2013

Good News! Turkey Stakes Claim in America With $100 Million Mega-Mosque


There goes the neighborhood.

The government of Turkey is building a 15-acre, $100 million mega-mosque in Lanham, Maryland. Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan visited the site on May 15 as part of his official visit to the U.S.. The state of Maryland was officially represented at the event by its Secretary of State John McDonough.

The event was also attended by the leaders of two U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entities.

The mega-mosque is called the Turkish American Culture and Civilization Center and, according to the Muslim Link, it “will likely become the largest and most striking examples of Islamic architecture in the western hemisphere” when it is finished in 2014. The Muslim Link explicitly says it is “a project of the government of Turkey.”

On May 15, Prime Minister Erdogan spoke to hundreds of people at the construction site and said he’d come back for the opening ceremony next year. He warned the audience that there are groups promoting “Islamophobia,” branding potential critics as paranoid bigots. Erdogan recently said that “Islamophobia” and Zionism are equivalent to fascism and anti-Semitism, saying they are a “crime against humanity.”

[Continue reading nothing to see here move along]

File this under Stealth Jihad.

Flashback: "Mosques our barracks" "Minarets our bayonets" "Domes our helmets" "Believers our soldiers":

Even a horse knows a jackass when he sees one:

And kicked him in the balls:

By Stable Hand at 04:59 PM | Comments |

January 24, 2013

Ministry of Irony: Turks Issue Fatwa Against Jabba's Fortress


Lego has been accused of racism by the Turkish community over a Star Wars model that supposedly resembles one of Istanbul’s most revered mosques.
Not only does the model kind of sort of look like Hagia Sophia Turkey says the characters at Jabba's house hurt religious and cultural feelings, of Asians(Muslims) and Orientals(Muslims) because they portray them as armed, violent and prone to crimes like say terrorism, slavery, murder.

Which is kind of funny because the Hagia Sophia is a former Christian Basilica which was taken by when Mehmed the Conqueror. Mehmed's brutality was only surpassed by Vlad the Impaler.

But the main difference between Jabba the Hut and Mehmed the Conqueror is that Jabba wasn't gay.

Mehmed II ordered the 14-year old son of the Grand Duke Lucas Notaras brought to him "for his pleasure". When the father refused to deliver his son to such a fate he had them both decapitated on the spot.

Some dispute the account of Mehmed the Conqueror's gayness due to the fact that it he killed all the witnesses.

Furthermore according to Ottoman sources Notaras and all the other Christian dignitaries in the city were executed for purely political reasons.
See totally 100% not gay.

By Howie at 11:39 AM | Comments |

January 23, 2013

Retards in Turkey Shout "Yankee go home!" at Germans

The NATO soldiers being harassed are, in fact, Germans.

And the the real kicker here? Even those these morons are harassing the wrong people, I think they're right. We should go home.

Turkey is in NATO because of Cold War necessities. Earth to the Pentagon: we won the Cold War. We don't need the Turks as allies anymore. Is there really a good reason why we're still there? If there is, I don't see it.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 07:32 PM | Comments |

January 18, 2013

Ministry of Laughter: Turkish Construction Firm Goes Bankrupt After Sponsoring Antisemitic Films


A Turkish construction firm that sponsored an antisemitic film and has featured the film’s actors in advertisement campaigns has gone bankrupt. According to Turkey’s Hurriyet daily, a court has passed an injunction protecting Ukra İnşaat against its creditors. The Istanbul-based firm recently requested a delay in proceedings, which will be considered at the conclusion of the current legal process.
Suck it, bitches
The first film, “Valley of the Wolves Iraq,” released in 2006, depicted a Jewish army doctor who removed organs of dead American soldiers and sold them to rich people located throughout the world. The film was described by the Wall Street Journal as “a cross between ‘American Psycho’ in uniform and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”

[Read it all]

By Stable Hand at 03:55 PM | Comments |

June 10, 2012

US Ousts Israel From Counterterrorism Forum


Via Arutz Sheva

The United States blocked Israel's participation in the Global Counterterrorism Forum's (GCTF) first meeting in Istanbul on Friday, despite Israel's having one of the most extensive counterterrorism experiences in the world.

Israel was excluded from the meeting due to fierce objections by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a Washington-based source told Globes news.

According the State Department’s website, the GCTF, which was established in September 2011, aims at “strengthening the global counterterrorism (CT) architecture in a manner that complements and reinforces the CT work of existing multilateral bodies.”

Twenty-nine countries are participating in the GCTF, ten of which are Arab and/or Muslim countries.

Never mind Erdogan refuses to call Hamas a terrorist organization. We certainly wouldn't want to hurt Turkey's feelings by including Israel. It isn't like Erdogan supports terrorism or anything, oh wait.

Nothing to see here, move along.

By Stable Hand at 11:59 AM | Comments |

May 15, 2012

Turkey Suspects Bird of Being Spy for Israel

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We at the Jawa Report demand the immediate release of Agent R65 NOW! Along with, who was tortured, Agent BeeEater!


h/t El_Grillo

By Stable Hand at 08:56 PM | Comments |

April 12, 2012

Turkey Has Become World's Leading Hotspot Of Honor Killings

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Such a nice woman/gay/lesbian, it would be a shame if you shame us~Turkey


So Gov Perry was on to something
…after the Islamists came to power in 2002 and opened the gates of gradual Islamization of Turkey, after 8 decades of strict secular rule, Turkey has risen to be the world’s “number one honor killing country“, with a killing rate 5 times higher than that of Pakistan, known to be notorious for honor killing[...]

In Pakistan, notorious for honor killing, Human Rights Commission of Pakistan recorded 943 cases of such killings in 2011, and about 100 less in 2010. That means Turkey had about double the number of honor killings in 2009 as compared the number honor-killed in Pakistan in 2011. Given Pakistan has a population of 177 million as compared to Turkey’s 75 million, Turkey has an honor-killing rate, which is greater than 5 times higher than that of Pakistan. So, undoubtedly, Turkey is the number one country in the world in terms of total number of honor killings happening every year, and its honor-killing rate is also nearly at the top amongst all countries in the world[More..]

"There's no honor in killing" top Judge tells Muslim family..

By Stable Hand at 08:33 AM | Comments |

November 25, 2011

Terror in the Heartland:Wild Turkey Crashes Into Eat'n Park On Thanksgiving

As God is my witness I thought turkeys could fly...

PENN HILLS, Pa. -- A wild turkey apparently flew into an Eat'n Park restaurant on -- of all days -- Thanksgiving.

The 15-pound turkey was found among a pile of shattered glass on the carpet near some booth tables around 3 p.m.

Nobody was inside the restaurant on Frankstown Road, which was closed for the holiday.

The quote in my opening was from the greatest sitcom episode EVER!

By Matt Damon at 05:52 AM | Comments |

November 22, 2011

18 al Qaeda Arrested in Turkey Preparing for Attack

More trouble afoot in Turkey:

Police have detained 18 people suspected of having ties to the al-Qaeda extremist network in central Turkey....

Many documents were seized in police raids and searches at various locations were in progress as the Hürriyet Daily News went to print late yesterday. The operation was the result of more than one year of surveillance and the suspects were preparing for an attack

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 04:29 PM | Comments |

October 06, 2011

Turkey: This Will Teach The Evil Jooos

Turkey is no longer using IDF drones, they don't want to trade with the evil Jooos anymore so they built their own.

One problem though, they have all crashed: As God as my witness, I thought Turkey's could fly!


By Stable Hand at 08:53 AM | Comments |

September 29, 2011

Turkish Cartoonist To Be Put On Trial For Renouncing "Allah"..

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Insane..Bahadır Baruter's drawing was published in a weekly humor magazine and some were offended and filed suit:

...Baruter's caricature depicted an imam and believers praying in a mosque. One of the characters is talking to God on his cellphone and asking to be pardoned from the last part of the prayer because he has errands to run.

Within the wall decorations of the mosque, Baruter hid[circled in red..ed] the words, "There is no Allah, religion is a lie." The cartoon was published in the weekly "Penguen" humor magazine.

Shariah has dug it's claws in deep in Turkey.

h/t @Kim_AE

By Stable Hand at 09:53 PM | Comments |

September 27, 2011

Turkish Paper Publishes Hit List of Israelies

We've seen these kinds of lists naming names of "legitimate" targets in Israel before. Specifically, lists of Israelis claimed to have taken part in Operation Cast Lead (can't find the link, if you have it send it to me).

The Turks claim the data mining is about prosecuting members of the Israeli military they accuse of being involved in "war crimes", but I, for one, am not buying it.

We all know that none of these alleged "criminals" will ever make it into a Turkish court. In fact, all indications are that the list is entirely wrong as to the people involved. In other words, most of the names on the list are innocent Israelis who had nothing to do with the incident in which a Turkish vessel was illegally trying to get around Israel's embargo of the terrorist run Gaza strip.

Given that, it seems obvious to me that the real reason the list is being published is to give license to murder more Israelis.


A Turkish newspaper published the names and photographs on Monday of more than 140 Israeli soldiers who the paper said took part in the raid on a Turkish flotilla to Gaza last year that ended with the death of nine passengers and created a diplomatic standoff between Turkey and Israel....

Television analysts in Israel noted that the list included some well-known Israeli figures who had long since left the military, which they said gave some indication of its accuracy....

The newspaper, a pro-government daily, reported that a senior Turkish prosecutor had authorized the investigation, which filtered all available film and other visuals from the flotilla raid for facial images that could be matched to photographs on social networks like Facebook and Twitter.

Yeah, I know, when has any one in the Middle East needed license to murder Jews?

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 01:22 PM | Comments |

September 09, 2011

The Turkish dumbbell and the sorrows of the evicted

Ah, new graphics..


By Stable Hand at 10:48 PM | Comments |

July 29, 2011

Turkey's Four Military Generals Quit At Same Time

Tayyip Erdogan under their skin?

General Isik Kosaner, the head of the Turkish armed forces, has quit along with the heads of the ground, naval and air forces.

UPDATE: Turkish forces to maintain spirit of "unity"

Unity? Is that a code word for Muslim Brotherhood's Shariah law unity?

Not good, not good at all.

By Stable Hand at 04:12 PM | Comments |