Talk to Al Jazeera – Turkish Prime minister: Those who attack ‘will pay the price’


Ahmet Davutoglu discusses the recent attacks in Turkey, the downed Russian military jet, and the refugee situation.

Is there a possibility Turkey will lose its patience and order some sort of military intervention in Syria against Kurdish and government forces? And if so, is a military conflict with Russia imminent?

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  1. Al Jazeera – why are some of your videos available in the U.S. and some aren't? I had believed that after Al Jazeera America went of the air April 19, that all of your content would be available online. Please explain. Thank you. Love the videos that I can see – wish there were more.

  2. The Syriac Military Council (Syriac: ܡܘܬܒܐ ܦܘܠܚܝܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ‎ Mawtbo Fulhoyo Suryoyo, MFS for short; Arabic: المجلس العسكري السرياني السوري‎) is an Assyrian/Syriac
    military organisation in Syria. The establishment of the organisation
    was announced on 8 January 2013. According to the Syriac Military
    Council, the goal of the organisation is to stand up for the national
    rights of Syriacs and to protect the Syriac people in Syria.[3] The organisation fights mostly in the densely populated Syriac areas of the Governorate of Al-Hasakah.[4]
    On 16 December 2013, the Syriac Military Council announced the foundation of a new Military Academy named "Martyr Abgar".[5][6]
    On December 24, the MFS released photographs showing its members in
    control of the Syriac village of Ghardukah, located 8 kilometres
    (5.0 mi) south of Qahtaniyah (Tirbespiyê/Qabre Hewore).[7] The village church had been completely destroyed by Jabhat al-Nusra, which occupied the hamlet before being expelled in mid-October during an operation launched by the People's Protection Units (YPG),[8] in which MFS members may have participated. On 8 January 2014, the MFS announced that the group had joined the YPG ranks.[9][10]


  4. Oh poor Turkey! I didn't know you had it so bad with a war on your border… A war that this dude admits would not have been sustainable without the help of Turkey.

    Juicy part starts around 16min in, the rest is just: look at us, we are the innocent victims – it is our enemies that are evil…

  5. how abozt the russians,syrians and iraqi side? can they defend their selfs against turkeys aggresions ? can the iraqi troop defend their self against uninvited troops ?!

  6. Russia enters EU airspace all the time that's not to say Turkey hasn't flown into anyone's airspace from memory I think the Greeks seems to be the Turks favourite entering its airspace by some ridiculous amount however bringing the Syrian conflict into context with massive refugee intake and the occasional cross border clashes these sorts of things are bound to happen regardless who's right or wrong what matters is how we react to these situations and it's revealing how Putkin instantly declared he was betrayed sent S400s to Syria, then pointed a missile at the blue mosque while sailing past in a Russian missile cruiser. All the while Turkey was imploring for diplomacy and I think President Erdogan was trying to call big boss Putkin but he was sulking like a spoilt child and not picking up his calls. I can understand now why people want to appease Putkin their terrified of him.

  7. DNA evidence shows that the culprit behind a deadly blast in Ankara was Turkish-born, not Syrian as initially claimed by Turkish authorities, says a security official.

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