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Social media posts shared by Yusuf Ziya andOzcan, Turkeyand’s current ambassador to Poland, referring to recent deadly terrorist attacks in Paris have drawn significant criticism from other social media users.
andOzcan retweeted a photo shared on Twitter on Nov. 14 by one of his followers, Sedat Uslu, of French soldiers killing Algerians. The comment with the photo said: and”Did somebody say there was a massacre in France? You [those mourning for the Paris victims] never raised your voice when 1.5 million Algerians were massacred by French [expletive].andquot
andOzcan who was the former president of the Higher Education Board (YandOK) also shared another picture on his Twitter account on Nov.16 featuring the bodies of numerous Rwandans allegedly killed by French soldiers. He commented: and”French massacre in Rwanda goes out to those who are mourning for France.and”
Many Twitter users criticized andOzcan for his posts, saying his actions were not ethical and that it was inappropriate. However, andOzcan did not express any regret and claimed that Westerners have never mourned for the Easterners they have killed.
On Nov. 13, 129 people were killed and hundreds were wounded in deadly attacks in Paris carried out by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Millions around the world rallied around France and condemned the attacks, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, US President Barack Obama and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Many Turkish social media users showed solidarity with French people by adding the French flag and other symbols to their profile pictures. However, others, including andOzcan, criticized the response, accusing them of ignoring massacres conducted by the French.
Numerous responses indicated a belief that terrorism does not have a religion, race, language or land and that it should be condemned without exception wherever it occurs.

SOURCE: TODAY’S ZAMAN

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