المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Friday preachers in Idlib talk about “the profane Erdogan and his settlement and the revival of the Ottoman caliphate”

 

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from several reliable sources that the preachers of the mosques in the countryside of Idlib addressed their Khutbah today to talk about the Turkish move to enter Idlib by a similar operation to what happened in the northern and northeastern countryside of Aleppo, which was called “Euphrates Shield”, during of which the Turkish Forces and the rebel and Islamic factions supported by them controlled large areas extending from Jarabulus city to al-Bab city to al-Rai town.

The reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the preachers of mosques in several areas in the countryside Idlib described the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as a “profane”, and that what he is doing along with his military forces is a “settlement project” in Syria and “revival for Ottoman caliphate” and that the Syrians have to face this project, while the worshipers in these mosques divided between neutral, opposition and supporter of this Turkish intervention, while the fear prevails the people and residents of Idlib from local clashes between the factions, du to this Turkish intervention.

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