Azeri demonstrators condemn Erdogan’s policy towards Syria, denounce publication of Prophet cartoons


Hundreds of Azeri people demonstrated against the policy of the Turkish regime towards Syria, and in condemnation of the publication of the satirical cartoons of Prophet Mohammad.
Azeri mass media said that demonstrators flooded to the Imam Hussein Square, Baku downtown, carrying banners condemning the Western policies which encourage offending Islam and they burnt the flags of the US, Israel and France.
Recently, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has republished satirical cartoons of Prophet Mohammad which have received a wide condemnation by Muslims and Christians in the world in general and in the Arab and Islamic countries in particular.
The demonstrators also denounced the US policy of double standards and they strongly criticized the Turkish regime led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, saying that Erdogan sheds crocodile tears about Islam while at the same time he transports terrorists to Syria across the Turkish territories.
Earlier on the day, Former Turkish Interior Minister, Idris Naim Sahin stressed that the government of Justice and Development Party is continuing to arm terrorists in Syria and opens the borders before them.

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