Turkish deputy claims Charlie Hebdo attack was ‘staged’

A deputy from Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has claimed that the deadly Jan. 7 Charlie Hebdo attack was “staged like a movie scene.”

Ali Şahin, a member of Parliament representing the southeastern Turkish province of Gaziantep, sent a series of tweets on Jan. 8 saying the lack of traffic in the Paris street during the attack was “thought-provoking” and that it seemed “as if it was a movie scene.”

The Turkish deputy also claimed that the “God is great” rallying cry of the assailants was “a fabricated mise-en-page [layout],” apparently mixing the French word with “mise-en-scene.”

“The moment that [the assailant] left the vehicle and fired on the policeman who was lying is also thought-provoking. The direction that the gun was pointed at and fired is not the policeman. It targets to the front of him. There is no blood. The camera stops filming after the terrorists shot the police and left,” Şahin further stated…

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  • winniec

    Islam is a culture of paranoia, anti-intellectualism and monumental, moronic stupidity.

    • Frau Katze

      They seem to be incapable of facing reality.

      • Exile1981

        What he didn’t blame it on the jews? I’m sure erigdan will soon enough.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Ali speaks like a true muzzle’em zombie…

  • Islam is a giant brainwashing system. Muslims cannot separate fact from fiction.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Turkish Jews should be fleeing Turkey as rapidly as French Jews are and will be. Better to leave before they kill you.