Turkish-Syrian Border: Turkey and Yonge-Dundas Square
turkish-syrian border: Turkey began its offensive against the northern Syrian city in January, taking full control from the Kurds in March, according to Toronto Star. Against the backdrop of Syria's long-standing civil war, an autonomous Kurdish region at the Turkish-Syrian border was perceived as a threat by Turkey, which has had its own share of Kurdish insurgency movements. The hairstylist, who came from Syria to join her sister here in 2012, has waved protest signs and shouted anti-war slogans at Yonge-Dundas Square every weekend in opposition to Turkey's military action in Afrin. I don't book any client on Saturday after 4 p.m. because I have to be here, said Polo, 32. We need to be their voice so they can be heard and Canada will do something to stop the killing and suffering. My people in Afrin don't have a voice. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
Tagged under turkish-syrian border, protest signs topics.
Immigrants Canada is an independent service managed by genuine immigrants themselves. It is not associated or affiliated with any business interest, government/non-gov organization, funded outfit, grants, group, mission etc... Just our powerful friends!
The content, information, trademarks and multimedia posted on this blog copyrights to their original owners and herein blogged in good faith for the purpose of commentary, speech, opinion and debate.