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The plans of the Turkish regime in Syria are part of its efforts to change the ethnic map of the Middle East, beginning with the Ottoman Empire.
The report pointed out that one of the reasons behind the widespread international condemnation of the recent Turkish aggression is the Turkish president’s plan to transfer between one and two million Syrian refugees to the so-called “safe zone” he seeks to establish on the border with Syria.
Critics of the plan believe demographic engineering is being used as a tool to redraw the region’s ethnic map, through forced displacement, and Europe’s threat to open immigration.

Translated from Alwatan News Syria

Foreign Policy: Ankara’s ethnic cleansing plans date back to the Ottoman era

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