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اردوغان للاتراك :دافعوا عن الاسلام وتركيا ويشن اعتقالات واسعه ويحذر من استقبال الفارين

رئيس التحرير
2018.06.17 08:12


أعلن مسؤولون أتراك السبت 16 يوليو/تموز، عن فشل محاولة قام بها عسكريون للانقلاب على الحكومة الشرعية، واعتقال 1563 عسكريا مشاركا في الانقلاب في مختلف أنحاء البلاد.

وأكد رئيس هيئة الأركان العامة التركية بالإنابة، الجنرال أوميت دوندار، فشل محاولة قام بها عسكريون للانقلاب على الحكومة المنتخبة ديمقراطيا، موضحا أن محاولة الانقلاب نفذتها قوات من سلاح الجو وبعض قوات الأمن وعناصر من القوات المدرعة.

وقال دوندار، في حديث للصحفيين، "تم إلقاء القبض على 1563 جنديا وضابطا شاركوا في عملية الانقلاب"، لافتا إلى أن مدبري محاولة الانقلاب احتجزوا الكثير من القادة العسكريين ونقلوهم إلى أماكن غير معروفة.

كما أكد وزير العدل التركي بكر بوزداغ، اعتقال 1563 عسكريا في مختلف أنحاء البلاد، على خلفية محاولة انقلاب فاشلة قام بها عسكريون مساء الجمعة.

وفي آخر التطورات أكدت مصادر تركية أن 200 جندي من المشاركين في الانقلاب، كانوا يسيطرون على مقر رئاسة الأركان التركية، سلموا أنفسهم لقيادة الجيش. وتم عزل 34 من قيادات الجيش التركي، من ضمنهم 5 جنرالات ، بتهمة ضلوعهم في محاولة الانقلاب.

ومن جهة أخرى تم تحرير رئيس هيئة أركان الجيش التركي خلوصي آكار، الذي كان قد احتجز سابقا من قبل مجموعة من الانقلابيين.

وكان رئيس الوزراء التركي بن علي يلدريم، قد أعلن في وقت سابق من يوم السبت، عن تعيين قائد الجيش الأول الجنرال أوميت دوندار رئيسا للأركان العامة للجيش التركي بالإنابة، وذلك قبل الإعلان عن تحرير خلوصي آكار.

ونقلت وسائل إعلام محلية أن رئيس الاستخبارات التركية تم نقله إلى مكان آمن أيضا، وذلك بعد تعرض مركز الاستخبارات التركية إلى هجوم نفذته مروحية عسكرية تابعة للانقلابيين.

وأفادت وسائل إعلام بمقتل أكثر من 90 شخصا حتى الآن جراء الاشتباكات المسلحة في تركيا، وقالت مصادر في الشرطة التركية، إن 16 شخصا من منظمي الانقلاب قتلوا خلال اشتباكات قرب مبنى البرلمان في أنقرة.

كما أعلن الهلال الأحمر التركي عن إصابة نحو 1000 شخص نتيجة للاشتباكات بين قوات الأمن التركي والانقلابيين، هم 800 في أنقرة و200 في اسطنبول.

المصدر: وكالات

Defiant Turks prepare for a fresh uprising: Brave civilians take to the streets again after seeing off a failed military coup, dragging cowering soldiers from their tanks and beating them in the streets 

  • Civilians reclaimed Turkey from their own military after helping to end coup to overthrow ruling President Erdogan
  • Ordinary Turks confronted rifle-wielding soldiers and laid in front of tanks in an effort to take back control of country
  • Some 104 plotters were killed, while 160 people - at least 41 of them police officers and 47 civilians - fell as martyrs
  • Erdogan has told civilians to keep on owning the streets over fears that renewed military action could flare up
  • At least 1,500 are wounded in the bloody uprising as Erdogan supporters clashed with the military rebels on Friday 

 

Defiant Turkish civilians reclaimed the country from their own military after helping to end a coup by the army to overthrow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who called on people to remain on the streets today over fears over a fresh uprising.

Ordinary Turks confronted rifle-wielding soldiers, climbed atop tanks and laid in front of military vehicles in an effort to take back control of the country, ignoring a curfew issued by coup plotters designed to allow the army to bring down the government unopposed




President Erdogan called on people to take to the streets, leading to reports of groups of soldiers surrendering at several key locations in Ankara and Istanbul, including Bosphorus Bridge, where 100 rebels laid down their arms and submitted themselves to advancing civilians and police officers.

There were unconfirmed reports of one soldier being beheaded by a mob of civilians on the bridge after a video surfaced online showing a crowd launching an attack on the downed man. However in the video the man is still alive and shows no beheading, though it is unknown if this happened after the footage ended.

This morning the President used Twitter to call on supporters to prevent any additional military action, adding: We should keep on owning the streets no matter at what stage because a new flare-up could take place at any moment.

Some 104 plotters were killed after a coup attempt to bring down the Turkish government, while 160 people - at least 41 of them police and 47 civilians - fell as martyrs.

Throughout the night, supporters of Erdogan threw themselves in front of tanks at key landmarks to prevent the military from maintaining a stranglehold on the country, notably outside Ataturk airport in Istanbul, where some civilians lodged themselves under the wheels of tanks to stop them from advancing.

More than 2,800 rebels have been detained after their failed military coup that killed at least 250 and wounded more than 1,500, with Erdogan vowing revenge for the bloody uprising

The President used Twitter to call on supporters to prevent any additional military action, adding: We should keep on owning the streets no matter at what stage because a new flare-up could take place at any moment

The President used Twitter to call on supporters to prevent any additional military action, adding: We should keep on owning the streets no matter at what stage because a new flare-up could take place at any moment

Hundreds of Turks have taken to the streets to ensure no fresh coup could take place after last nights uprising was defeated

Hundreds of Turks have taken to the streets to ensure no fresh coup could take place after last nights uprising was defeated

A soldier cowers as he is confronted by plain-clothes police officers and civilians after the military surrendered on Bosphorus Bridge

People wave national flags as they march from Kizilay square to Turkish General Staff building to react against military coup attempt

People wave national flags as they march from Kizilay square to Turkish General Staff building to react against military coup attempt

A young girl joins police officers loyal to President Erdogan atop a tank abandoned by military personnel who surrendered

A young girl joins police officers loyal to President Erdogan atop a tank abandoned by military personnel who surrendered

More than 2,800 rebels have been detained after their failed military coup that killed at least 250 as Turkish President Erdogan vows revenge for the bloody uprising (pictured: Up to 100 rebel soldiers surrendered on Bosphorus Bridge after their failed uprising)

More than 2,800 rebels have been detained after their failed military coup that killed at least 250 as Turkish President Erdogan vows revenge for the bloody uprising (pictured: Up to 100 rebel soldiers surrendered on Bosphorus Bridge after their failed uprising)

Ordinary Turks confronted rifle-wielding soldiers, climbed atop tanks and laid in front of military vehicles in an effort to take back control of the country, ignoring a curfew issued by coup plotters designed to allow the army to bring down the government unopposed

Ordinary Turks confronted rifle-wielding soldiers, climbed atop tanks and laid in front of military vehicles in an effort to take back control of the country, ignoring a curfew issued by coup plotters designed to allow the army to bring down the government unopposed

There were unconfirmed reports of one soldier being beheaded by a mob of civilians on the bridge after a video surfaced online showing a crowd launching an attack on the downed man
However in the video the man is still alive and shows no beheading, though it is unknown if this happened after the footage ended

There were unconfirmed reports of one soldier being beheaded by a mob of civilians on the bridge after a video surfaced online showing a crowd launching an attack on the downed man. However in the video the man is still alive and shows no beheading, though it is unknown if this happened after the footage ended

People wave Turkish flags as they stand around the Republic Monument in Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey

People wave Turkish flags as they stand around the Republic Monument in Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey

Men wave flags as they stand on tanks as people walk on the Bosphorus Bridge after taking over the military position in Istanbul

Men wave flags as they stand on tanks as people walk on the Bosphorus Bridge after taking over the military position in Istanbul

A Turkish civilian whips soldiers with his belt after they surrendered to police on Bosphorus Bridge, a strategic landmark which was seized by the army during the coup

A Turkish civilian whips soldiers with his belt after they surrendered to police on Bosphorus Bridge, a strategic landmark which was seized by the army during the coup

People climb on tanks after around a hundred soldiers occupying Bosphorus Bridge surrendered in Istanbul, Turkey

People climb on tanks after around a hundred soldiers occupying Bosphorus Bridge surrendered in Istanbul, Turkey

The President made his triumphant return back to Istanbul after his forces quelled the coup on Friday evening, as he warned that the members of the military behind the plot to oust him would pay a heavy price for their treason.

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said that, while the death penalty was abolished in Turkey in 2004, the country may consider legal changes to deter any such coup happening again. 

The Greek police ministry said a Turkish military helicopter landed in Greece this morning and eight men on board, thought to be senior coup plotters, have requested political asylum. Turkey has asked for the men, made up of seven soldiers and one civilian, to be extradited back to the country.

The rebel army faction - who call themselves the Peace Council - said they were trying to overthrow the government to protect human rights and restore democracy from Erdogans Justice and Development Party, AKP, which has repeatedly faced criticism from human rights groups and Western allies over its brutal crackdowns on anti-government protesters.

However, Erdogan has blamed his old scapegoat, Fethullah Gulen for orchestrating the uprising. Muslim cleric Gulen, the presidents rival who lives in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania, U.S. as the head of a billion dollar religious movement, has often been blamed for political unrest in Turkey.

The five hours of chaos began when two busloads of soldiers burst into the headquarters of the state-run TRT news agency, taking news off the air and replacing it with a stream of weather forecasts.

After launching the coup, the Turkish military imposed a curfew on civilians telling them to stay in their homes, but Erdogan called on supporters to ignore the order and take to the streets, which is thought to have caused the army to relinquish control.

Turkeys top general Hulusi Akar was taken hostage at the military headquarters in the capital Ankara after an attempt to bring down the government, but was rescued during the night.

One military official, Navy Fleet Commander Admiral Veysel Kosele, is currently unaccounted for and it is unknown whether or not he was part of the coup against President Erdogan.

Turkeys state-run news agency said five warships which reportedly set sail during the attempted coup have returned to their military port in northwest Turkey, but it is unclear whether or not the Admiral was abroad one of the ships.

After the uprising was crushed in the early hours of Saturday morning, Erdogan told the gathered masses at Ataturk Airport that those loyal to Gulen had penetrated the Armed Forces and the police, among other government agencies, over the past 40 years.

What is being perpetrated is a rebellion and a treason, Erdogan said. They will pay a heavy price for their treason to Turkey.

 
 
 
Soldiers, who surrendered following the defeat of last nights attempted coup, are loaded onto a bus following their arrest by police officers and civilians

Soldiers, who surrendered following the defeat of last nights attempted coup, are loaded onto a bus following their arrest by police officers and civilians

A man lays down in front of a tank on the approach to Ataturk airport in Istanbul as citizens took to the streets to oppose the military coup

A man lays down in front of a tank on the approach to Ataturk airport in Istanbul as citizens took to the streets to oppose the military coup

Civilians launch an attack on an armoured police car carrying Turkish soldiers who participated in the coup against President Erdogan

Civilians launch an attack on an armoured police car carrying Turkish soldiers who participated in the coup against President Erdogan

People celebrate on an abandoned military tank after they took over military position on the Bosphorus bridge in Istanbul

People celebrate on an abandoned military tank after they took over military position on the Bosphorus bridge in Istanbul

A civilian punches a Turkish soldier who took part in the failed military coup as he is led away by police having surrendered

A civilian punches a Turkish soldier who took part in the failed military coup as he is led away by police having surrendered

 
 
 
People shout at the soliders involved in the coup attempt who have surrendered on Bosphorus Bridge following their surrender

People shout at the soliders involved in the coup attempt who have surrendered on Bosphorus Bridge following their surrender

A soldier lies dead underneath rubble following the defeat of a military coup by Turkeys army to overthrow President Erdogan

A soldier lies dead underneath rubble following the defeat of a military coup by Turkeys army to overthrow President Erdogan

Police officers arrest a soldier after he was attacked by a mob of civilians following the surrender of 100 rebels on Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul

Police officers arrest a soldier after he was attacked by a mob of civilians following the surrender of 100 rebels on Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul

Up to 100 rebel soldiers surrendered on Bosphorus Bridge after their failed uprising. At least 2,863 connected have been arrested in connection with the dramatic coup which lasted approximately five hours.

New British foreign secretary Boris Johnson said on Twitter that he has spoken to Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu following the attempted military coup, adding: I underlined UK support for the democratic elected government and institutions.

Explosions and gunfire erupted in Istanbul and Ankara on Friday night during the coup which killed at least 250 people in the armys bid to overthrow the Islamic government.

Elsewhere troops opened fire on civilians attempting to cross the river Bosporus in Istanbul in protest to the military coup, while a bomb exploded at the parliament building according to the states press agency as the security situation in the country becomes more perilous.

Colonel Muharrem Kose reportedly led the Turkish military forces in the uprising.

Kose had recently been kicked out of the army, from his position as head of the militarys legal advisory department, over his links to Gulen. He was killed during the clashes with Erdogans supporters, sources report.

Civilians take cover outside the building of the General Staff, the final landmark still held by coup plotters who are in the process of surrendering to police officers

Civilians take cover outside the building of the General Staff, the final landmark still held by coup plotters who are in the process of surrendering to police officers

A Turkish policeman and other people stand atop of a military vehicle in Ankara after crushing the rebellion

A Turkish policeman and other people stand atop of a military vehicle in Ankara after crushing the rebellion

Clothes and weapons beloging to soldiers involved in the coup attempt that have now surrendered lie on the ground abandoned on Bosphorus Bridge

Clothes and weapons beloging to soldiers involved in the coup attempt that have now surrendered lie on the ground abandoned on Bosphorus Bridge

The man then stood up and took off his shirt in an effort the present the tank from taking position in the airport 

The man then stood up and took off his shirt in an effort the present the tank from taking position in the airport 

The police siege around the building of the General Staff, thought to be the final landmark held by coup plotters who are in the process of negotiating their surrender

The police siege around the building of the General Staff, thought to be the final landmark held by coup plotters who are in the process of negotiating their surrender

As military took to the streets, Erdogan had urged his supporters to ignore a curfew and take back control of the country.

Tanks and armoured personnel carriers tried to seize strategic points in Istanbul and Ankara but were faced down by unarmed civilians who lay down in front of the heavy armour.

Police special forces headquarters was also hit and was razed to the ground. Other witnesses reported attack helicopters firing machine guns in the capital Ankara in a bid to depose the Islamic government.

There were also reports that a Turkish Air Force F-16 had shot down a Sikorsky helicopter over Ankara. The government claimed the jet destroyed the helicopter which had been hijacked by coup plotters.

In Takism square, around 30 rebel soldiers surrendered following a gun battle with police loyal to Erdogan. A number of F-16 fighter jets had screamed across the square at low level blasting the area with a sonic boom.

During the night, both the civilian government and the military claimed they were in control of the country, with reports of sporadic gunfire and explosions.

In a statement, the army faction said that they took action to reinstall the constitutional order, democracy, human rights and freedoms, to ensure that the rule of law once again reigns in the country, for the law and order to be reinstated.

The Turkish military has also long seen its role as safeguarding Turkeys secularist agenda, and has staged numerous coups over the last 60 years when it feels the governments stance is moving too far away from that.

Civilians help police officers to arrest soldiers at Taksim Square in Istanbul after ordinary Turks helped to stop the attempted coup

Civilians help police officers to arrest soldiers at Taksim Square in Istanbul after ordinary Turks helped to stop the attempted coup

People gather for celebration around Turkish police officers, loyal to the government, standing atop tanks abandoned by Turkish army officers

People gather for celebration around Turkish police officers, loyal to the government, standing atop tanks abandoned by Turkish army officers

 
 
 

 

 
 
 

Meanwhile, Erdogan made it clear he believes rival Gulen is behind the attack.

Gulens nonprofit organization, the Alliance for Shared Values, denies any involvement and condemned the actions of the Turkish military.

Gulen, 75, was initially a close ally of Erdogan, who rose from the mayor of Istanbul to prime minister before he became president in 2014.

But the two fell out over a massive corruption scandal in 2013 that cost the country $100billion in a campaign thought to be initiated by Gulens followers against Erdogans closest allies.

Trained as an imam, Fethullah Gulen gained notice in Turkey some 50 years ago, promoting a philosophy that blended a mystical form of Islam with staunch advocacy of democracy, education, science and interfaith dialogue.

Erdogan has long accused Gulen of plotting to overthrow the officially secular government from a gated 26-acre compound in Pennsylvanias Pocono Mountains, which has a population of about 1,100.

The President, who was on vacation in the resort town of Marmaris when the coup began, issued a statement to CNN tonight referring to a parallel structure behind the coup, a reference to Gulens followers.

Supporters of Recep Tayyip Erdogan ambush a tank as it attempts to seize ground in Turkeys capital city of Ankara

Supporters of Recep Tayyip Erdogan ambush a tank as it attempts to seize ground in Turkeys capital city of Ankara

One man throws himself onto the front of a moving tank. Supporters played a key role in stopping the military from taking control

One man throws himself onto the front of a moving tank. Supporters played a key role in stopping the military from taking control

Turkish civilians throw a tarpaulin over a tank to stop it from seizing control of key locations in Ankara 

Turkish civilians throw a tarpaulin over a tank to stop it from seizing control of key locations in Ankara 

Pictured, men shout at soldiers in tanks on the streets of Ankara
Pictured, an angry

Pictured: Groups of protesters take to the streets of Ankara and face down soldiers rolling through the city in tanks

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