Austrian Presidential Candidate Questions Loyalty Of Turks In Europe

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Tens of thousands of Turks in Germany and Austria gathered to protest the attempted coup against Turkey’s Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The Austrian presidential candidate, Norbert Hofer, said the protests were worrying and that Austrians’ parents and grandparents did not make sacrifices to rebuild the country after “the horrors of war” for “irresponsible” politicians to bring huge numbers of immigrants to the country. Turks in Germany protested on Friday night and Saturday morning against the attempted coup, proclaiming their loyalty to Mr. Erdoğan. Demonstrating in towns and cities across the nation, around 15,000 Turks gathered in North Rhine-Westphalia alone. Cumhurbaşkanı @RT_Erdogan'ın çağrısı üzerine binlerce vatandaş Berlin'de askeri kalkışmayı protesto etti. pic.twitter.com/janWL3isWP — Celal Çiftçi (@CelalCiftci_GYC) July 16, 2016 #Türkei 3000 Demonstranten demonstrieren vor der türkischen Botschaft in Berlin. https://t.co/z8BR1MKBrE @bzberlin pic.twitter.com/RiAAdBXByK — Nacht Floh (@BZ_NachtFloh) July 16, 2016 After the news of the coup attempt in Turkey reached the Austrian media, late on Friday night, about 4,000 people gathered in front of the Turkish Embassy in Vienna to organise a rally. Pro-#Erdogan-Demonstranten vor Botschaft in Wien: "Die Türkei kann nicht untergehen!" #türkei [© Weiser] pic.twitter.com/ZXYFuEpXFR — Nikolaus Trimmel (@nitrml) July 15, 2016 Pro- #Erdogan #protest in #Vienna at night.#TurkeyCoup #Turkey #uetd

Austrian Presidential Candidate Questions Loyalty Of Turks In Europe

Turks
Tens of thousands of Turks in Germany and Austria gathered to protest the attempted coup against Turkey’s Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The Austrian presidential candidate, Norbert Hofer, said the protests were worrying and that Austrians’ parents and grandparents did not make sacrifices to rebuild the country after “the horrors of war” for “irresponsible” politicians to bring huge numbers of immigrants to the country. Turks in Germany protested on Friday night and Saturday morning against the attempted coup, proclaiming their loyalty to Mr. Erdoğan. Demonstrating in towns and cities across the nation, around 15,000 Turks gathered in North Rhine-Westphalia alone. Cumhurbaşkanı @RT_Erdogan'ın çağrısı üzerine binlerce vatandaş Berlin'de askeri kalkışmayı protesto etti. pic.twitter.com/janWL3isWP — Celal Çiftçi (@CelalCiftci_GYC) July 16, 2016 #Türkei 3000 Demonstranten demonstrieren vor der türkischen Botschaft in Berlin. https://t.co/z8BR1MKBrE @bzberlin pic.twitter.com/RiAAdBXByK — Nacht Floh (@BZ_NachtFloh) July 16, 2016 After the news of the coup attempt in Turkey reached the Austrian media, late on Friday night, about 4,000 people gathered in front of the Turkish Embassy in Vienna to organise a rally. Pro-#Erdogan-Demonstranten vor Botschaft in Wien: "Die Türkei kann nicht untergehen!" #türkei [© Weiser] pic.twitter.com/ZXYFuEpXFR — Nikolaus Trimmel (@nitrml) July 15, 2016 Pro- #Erdogan #protest in #Vienna at night.#TurkeyCoup #Turkey #uetd