Demonstration against Erdogan Government in Paris

PARIS, (ST) – The National Union  of Syrian Students in France, in cooperation with the Syrian     community in France organized a mass demonstration  in front of the Turkish Embassy In France.

Participants from Algeria, Tunisia, France and Syria in addition to  students from Iskenderun     took part in the demonstration to condemn  the policy of the Turkish prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and expressed their rejection of Erdogan government's stances which support terrorism in Syria.

They hailed the Syrian Arab Army and the sacrifices made by the Syrian soldiers in the face of terrorism and terrorists, stressing that the Syrians will never forget the sides which conspired against them.

They stressed their rejection of Erdogan's policies against the Turkish people, asserting that the Syrians will defeat their enemies by supporting their leadership and army.

They congratulated the Syrian Army on its victory against terrorism  in al-Quseir city.

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Situation in Saudi Arabia Nearing Explosion

The situation in Saudi Arabia is nearing a social and political blast as Takfiri armed rebels are returning home from Syria after sustaining huge losses, defeats and failures in there, media reports cautioned on Saturday, FNA reported.

"The condition of Saudi Arabia is moving towards explosion and its situation is no better than other countries which are currently witnessing difficult conditions".

"It won't last long before the current popular protests overwhelm the country because at present you can witness uproar in Saudi Arabia which is not just restricted to its Eastern parts," the sources added.

The sources said violence will likely return to Saudi Arabia soon when state and western interests will be targeted because the aftershocks of terrorism have already started and the victory of  President Bashar al-Assad against the terrorists will force them to leave Syria for other regional countries, including Saudi Arabia, which will be a beginning for the return of terrorists to the countries where they have originated from.

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Enemies Not to Benefit from Creating Obstacles for Iran - Ahmadinejad

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said enemies will not benefit from their attempts to create obstacles for Iran, according to IRNA.

He made the remarks here Saturday morning while inaugurating the longest underground tunnel on Tehran-Tabriz railroad.

Outlining the achievements of his government in executing targeted subsidiary plan, he said the program has now become a role-model for world countries.

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Thousands of Turks join ongoing protests defying Erdogan

 Thousands of infuriated Turks took to the streets on Saturday to join mass anti-government protests, defying Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s call to end the worst civil unrest of his decade-long rule, Al-Manar reported.

From the early morning, protesters began arriving in Istanbul's Taksim Square with food and blankets to settle in for a weekend of protests, adding to the growing tent city in nearby Gezi Park.

Fresh demonstrations were also planned in the capital Ankara as the unrest entered its ninth day.

Turkish police have been criticized strongly for using excessive force against peaceful protests. Police have used tear gas and water cannon to disperse demonstrators, injuring thousands and leaving three dead.

Turkey's trouble began when police cracked down heavily on a small campaign to save Gezi Park from demolition, spiraling into nationwide demos against Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP), seen as increasingly authoritarian.

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Iranian Envoy Calls for Political Solution to Syrian Crisis

TEHRAN - A senior Iranian diplomat stressed the necessity of an immediate halt to the ongoing bloodsheds in Syria, and renewed Tehran's call for finding a political solution to the crisis in Syria and preventing foreign military intervention, according to FNA.

Iran's New Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland, Mohsen Naziri Asl made the remarks addressing the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Wednesday.

Naziri Asl also rejected any military intervention in Syria, voicing Iran's support for the legitimate rights of the Syrian nation.

Iran hosted the international 'Friends of Syria' conference on May 29 to find a peaceful solution to the ongoing crisis in the Muslim country.

High-ranking officials and representatives of over 40 world countries and regional and international organizations are present in the daylong meeting being held under the motto of 'Political Solution, Regional Stability'.

Iranian officials have repeatedly underlined that Tehran is in favor of negotiations between the Syrian government and opposition groups to create stability in the Middle Eastern country.

Last November, Iran hosted a meeting between the representatives of the Syrian government and opposition to encourage them to start talks to find a political solution to their problems. The National Dialogue Conference kicked off work in Tehran mid-November with the motto of 'No to Violence, Yes to Democracy".

The meeting brought together almost 200 representatives of various Syrian ethnicities, political groups, minorities, the opposition, and state officials.

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