A BBC article with some pertinent points I wish to get out before they are get altered to fit an officially sanctioned theory of conspiracy...
Syria denies Turkey Reyhanli car bombs role
- Turkish police say that nine people have been arrested in connection with Saturday's attacks in Reyhanli.
-All nine of those arrested in connection with the attacks were Turkish citizens, officials said.
Nine Turkish citizens...
-Turkey, a Nato member, is a strong supporter of the opposition in Syria's civil war and a vocal critic of President Bashar al-Assad's government.
-The US and Nato have condemned the bombings and expressed support for Turkey.
Turkey is a strong supporter. Which means Turkey is enabler of terrorists, backed by NATO, who have been terrorizing Syrians for more then two years now.
Damascus issue strong response
Mr Zoubi would be absolutely 100 percent correct- since Turkey is a "strong supporter of the opposition", Turkey has indeed turned the border into a government controlled, sanctioned, supported free flow of arms, explosives, fighters and cash.
- Mr Zoubi said that "it is not anyone's right to hurl unfounded accusations"
- "It is [Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip] Erdogan who should be asked about this act. He and his party bear direct responsibility."
- Mr Zoubi said it was the Turkish government that had facilitated the flow of arms, explosives, vehicles, fighters and money across the border into Syria.-He said that this had turned the border areas into centres for international terrorism and the Turkish leadership had to take political and moral responsibility for it.
There has been some speculation that the bomb attacks may strengthen the hand of those urging the creation of a no-fly zone and safe haven for the Syrian opposition inside Syrian territory.Ask yourself, always, who benefits? Who has the motivation? Who wants a no fly zone?
That will point you to the perpetrator.
Turkey wants a no fly zone!- NATO wants a no fly zone!
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey's prime minister, has told a US television station that his country will support a US-enforced no-fly zone in Syria.NYT's
"Right from the beginning ... we would say 'yes'," Erdogan told NBC when asked if Turkey, a NATO member that shares its longest border with Syria, would support a no-fly zone.
Hours after the explosion, officials with Turkey’s government, which has backed the rebels fighting President Assad of Syria, said the suspects in the bombing belonged to an organization linked to Mr. Assad’s intelligence services, though they did not offer an explanation of how they reached that conclusion.Fixing the intelligence?