Turkey slams Morsi's military ouster

Turkey slams Morsi's military ouster

There are 13 comments on the KLFY-TV Lafayette story from Jul 4, 2013, titled Turkey slams Morsi's military ouster. In it, KLFY-TV Lafayette reports that:

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“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

Since: Apr 09

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#1 Jul 4, 2013
In the same way other countries are advanced in the art of things like Kung Fu Turkey is advanced in the art of hypocrisy.
el salvador

Istanbul, Turkey

#2 Jul 4, 2013
islamists like islamists i hope all backwarded islamist goverment fall down one by one. akp and its follwers in panic.
CRN

Samsun, Turkey

#3 Jul 4, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
In the same way other countries are advanced in the art of things like Kung Fu Turkey is advanced in the art of hypocrisy.
turkey may only fly, can make no #Kung Fu

Since: Jun 13

United States

#4 Jul 4, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
In the same way other countries are advanced in the art of things like Kung Fu Turkey is advanced in the art of hypocrisy.
Thats just it
SHIRO

New York, NY

#5 Jul 4, 2013
Turkey`s time is up .A regime can not keep itself in power for too long , if it can not even offer a bogus constitution, Case in point is Turkey..

Who are regimes advercarie in Turkey:: Unmber one Turkish intelligicia all , then the Kurds ,then the true pious Henefies, Then the Alvees , Shafeies ,then the labour union,that leaves us with the brotheles houses and their managers ,plus the capitalist tycons and their body guard the Turkish police and Army, I leave the Darwishes of Qonia out for time saving..But their curse is on Turkish Establishment soon will be felt by all

truther

“truth hurts”

Since: Aug 09

NOVA

#6 Jul 4, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
In the same way other countries are advanced in the art of things like Kung Fu Turkey is advanced in the art of hypocrisy.
so dear hag, whose picture have u posted as ur own?

“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#8 Jul 4, 2013
truther wrote:
<quoted text>
so dear hag, whose picture have u posted as ur own?

Refrain yourself from calling me dear - or else I will vomit..
murat von zurich

Les Hauts-geneveys, Switzerland

#9 Jul 4, 2013
morsi was legitimately elected and the elction was fair and democratic. however, Morsi hasn't kept his promises, what was his promises before he was elected?

Morsi Famously promised to rule for all Agyptians.



under the rule of muslim brotherhood human rights violation got worse in agypt, violance against Christians incrased, persucution of NGO members acusing them for being spy of the west. Close relation with Terrorist hamas.
Morsi aggravated the situation when he appointed seven governors from the Brotherhood and one from the Gamaa Islamiyya, the extremist group responsible for a notorious massacre at Luxor in 1997.
Economical problem was an other factor to Morsi rule such as power cuts, petrol shortages and soaring food prices etc...

however, being toped by military can't justfy nor can be describe as democratic. it is infact bad for democracy.
TTNET

Istanbul, Turkey

#11 Jul 4, 2013
murat von zurich wrote:
morsi was legitimately elected and the elction was fair and democratic. however, Morsi hasn't kept his promises, what was his promises before he was elected?
Morsi Famously promised to rule for all Agyptians.
under the rule of muslim brotherhood human rights violation got worse in agypt, violance against Christians incrased, persucution of NGO members acusing them for being spy of the west. Close relation with Terrorist hamas.
Morsi aggravated the situation when he appointed seven governors from the Brotherhood and one from the Gamaa Islamiyya, the extremist group responsible for a notorious massacre at Luxor in 1997.
Economical problem was an other factor to Morsi rule such as power cuts, petrol shortages and soaring food prices etc...
however, being toped by military can't justfy nor can be describe as democratic. it is infact bad for democracy.
sana ne lan misirdan amina koydugumun ermeni pici
Dander

Deloraine, Australia

#12 Jul 4, 2013
Richardonne says they hear ataturk's voice in Gezi protests.
Yanks do not say much but they are true to the history they wrote for turkey.
Truth

UK

#13 Jul 4, 2013
murat von zurich wrote:
morsi was legitimately elected and the elction was fair and democratic. however, Morsi hasn't kept his promises, what was his promises before he was elected?
Morsi Famously promised to rule for all Agyptians.
under the rule of muslim brotherhood human rights violation got worse in agypt, violance against Christians incrased, persucution of NGO members acusing them for being spy of the west. Close relation with Terrorist hamas.
Morsi aggravated the situation when he appointed seven governors from the Brotherhood and one from the Gamaa Islamiyya, the extremist group responsible for a notorious massacre at Luxor in 1997.
Economical problem was an other factor to Morsi rule such as power cuts, petrol shortages and soaring food prices etc...
however, being toped by military can't justfy nor can be describe as democratic. it is infact bad for democracy.
It does not matter ! If you have a problem with the ruling party you settle it at the valid box not through a military coup !
shane

Ashburn, VA

#15 Jul 4, 2013
why use tanks againist MB supporters when opposition rallies were given free hand...why take tv channels down ...who made egypt dependent on aid ...the army should had instead used pressure to bring both parties to negotiating table...the real culprit is army nd bureaucratic machinery that was always working againist MB govt...for egyptian army, absolute power corrupts absolutely nd u r corrupt...for egyptian so called liberals nd democrats, jst have a look to countries where coups nd repressions have been exercised againist one section of society, extremism, violence, destruction nd chaos are consequences...best of luck egyptian ...but u liberals nd seculars shd had thought before action...

truther

“truth hurts”

Since: Aug 09

NOVA

#16 Jul 5, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
<quoted text>
Refrain yourself from calling me dear - or else I will vomit..
dear dear dear dear dear dear dear dear haaaaaaaaag.

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