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Turkish Autumn: 'The exact opposite of Arab Spring' — RT Op-Edge

Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a demonstration in central Ankara June 6, 2013 against the Islamic-rooted government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan (AFP Photo / Adem Altan)Anti-government protesters shout slogans and wave Turkish national flags during a demonstration in central Ankara June 6, 2013 against the Islamic-rooted government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan (AFP Photo / Adem Altan)

Growing Islamism in the region is a driving force in the lifeblood of the Turkish protests, and even has the sympathy of the police, but the Turkish military is waiting in the wings, political expert Avigdor Eskin told RT.

RT: Erdogan vowed to resolve the crisis when he returns to the country. How do you think he’s going to do that?

Avigdor Eskin: Good evening, blessings from the holy city of Jerusalem. I happened to be a witness to the unrest in Turkey. I spent Sunday and Monday with the demonstrators in Istanbul this week and I can tell you if we were talking two years ago about the Arab Spring then now we are facing the Turkish Autumn. This is exactly the opposite process of what we were facing in Egypt and the region. We see that this wave of Islamism is becoming a really heavy burden to the people and they don’t want to continue with that. This is what the Turkish people were saying.

RT: You say you were there amongst those people in the demonstration. What sort of people are they?

AE: I was not participating in any riots or demonstrations I was just an observer there to tell the truth and the truth is that the unrest was absolutely spontaneous. People even did not carry any slogans in English, people were not prepared, they just came spontaneously from all parts of Istanbul. It was not only Taksim Square, it was everywhere in the city. You could even see demonstrators on the way to the airport just marching in a very restrained and peaceful way, I must say. Now, unlike the unrest in Romania in 1989 which resulted in the revolution against Ceausescu and I remember Moscow in 1991 and 1993, the amount of people participating and the real determination to reach the goal in Turkey is much stronger than in any other place I saw in the world.

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I get the feeling the arabs believe they are win

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ning somehow by their strange standards.
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FAQ

James
What are turkish trousers like to wear and what is their history?

There is no such a thing Turkish trousers.... but we've got trousers which village people wear and it's called shalvar. it's really baggy at the bottom and people wear them in the villages when they work on the field... But now it's like a fashion.. even classy women started to wear them. they produce it reall fancy now as well... they are comfortable but i wouldnt wear them coz it looks so baggy and sometimes like you shite yourself and have diapers :))

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