Unrest in Turkey and the Prime Minister’s Appeal to Allah to End it

hülya n yılmaz

“It all started with a tree”

 

 

What can penguins, pots and pans, jazz, folk music, police, Allah, a woman in red, gas grenades, nail polish, Noam Chomsky, children, alcohol consumption, family values, Turkish Airlines, red lipstick, possibly have in common?

If you are as puzzled now as I had been on May 30, 2013, then we are in good company for each other, when it comes to my attempt today to help us all understand and make sense of what has been happening in Turkey since.

It all began in Gezi Parkı, in Taksim, İstanbul with a hard core female terrorist.  Please, heed particular attention to her white bag over her right shoulder and her left hand.  You, too, will be convinced as to what type of destructive acts a ‘Woman in red’ is capable of:

 

 

The country’s unarmed, unprepared police force has, thus, suffered first…

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