Turkish Troops Enter in Syria to Protect King Ottoman Empire’s Shrine
Hundreds of Turkish soldiers as well as armored vehicles have entered in war-ravaged Syria to protect King Ottoman Empire’s shrine.
The Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu had stated that operation to keep safe Ottoman Empire King Suleyman Shah’s tomb has started and being done to protect our spiritual values and security of this holy place will be continued despite of ongoing civil-war in Syria.
Suleyman Shah’s remains had moved to safe location in Syrian border area and soldiers broke the building of holy place to keep secure form the attacks of Islamic State and now extremists can’t use it now.
Suleyman Shah was died in thirteen-century, on the other hand the Syrian authorities declared open aggression to Turkish operation. The operation was the first sudden raid by Turkish military that launched in Syria land after the civil-war which started in 2011, an official from Turkish authorities’ told media while confirming the latest action.
The fighters of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant had taken control of Northern Syria during the ruling of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who also censured the illegal raid of Turkish military.
The military of Turkey not only entered inside of new region of Syria which situated near Turkish border, also captured the site and officials reported tomb will be moved soon in next days.
The photographs of Turkish military were emerged while planting he nation flag at seized location where the action had done late night.
The tanks of Turkish military traveled in streets of Kobane, a town located in Syria— Kurdish fighters seized control of this location after long fight with Iraq-Syria militant organization.
Nearly 40 soldiers of Turkish military posted around side of mausoleum complex of Suleyman Shah on Euphrates River to protect it.