Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he and Russian president Vladimir Putin agree that ambassador Karlov was targeted by the foreign powers which are not happy with Turkey-Russian cooperation in Syria.
Iranian foreign ministry also condemned the assassination of Karlov, saying: “They are carrying out such brutal measures with the purpose of creating conflict among countries and spreading ever more insecurity and instability in the region.”
The assailant who was later shot dead by Turkish security, is identified Mevlüt Mert Altintas, a police officer assigned to the ambassador’s security. He shouted “We die in Aleppo, you die here.” He then to prove himself to be a Muslim and not a Donmeh (Crypto Jew) shouted Allah Akbar, before ordering people out of the room and firing more shots into the ambassador (watch video below).
After the fall of Aleppo, Syrian army arrested 14 foreign officers from US, UK, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Jordan hiding inside an underground bunker.
Turkish military police has long been infiltrated by Mossad agents. Several of Army’s top officers have been Donmeh. The military has attempted several coup against AKP government since it took power in 2002.
The Zionist Jews and their Christian collaborators are very mad over the liberation of Aleppo by Syrian Army with the help from Iran, Hizbullah, and Russia. The leaders of the US, UK, Germany and Israel have threatened Vladimir Putin with appropriate revenge.
On the weekend, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called a meeting of Foreign and defense ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey on Syria to be held in Moscow on Tuesday. The agenda is to hear the concern of the three parties. Russia and Iran are allies of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and want him to stay in power. Turkey, on the other hand, a NATO member and ally of United States and Israel wants a regime change in Damascus. Erdogan joined Iran and Russia to stop possibility of an autonomous Syrian Kurd state along Turkish border.