- Posted August 24, 2013 by
Sarin gas in Syria
A chemical attack which hit Ghouta area near Syrian capital early on Wednesday killed over 1,000 people and left many others wounded.
Protests were held across Turkey in nearly two dozens cities against Egypt’s military coup as well as Wednesday’s chemical attack that hit Syria.
People passing through the streets supported the slogans and made the Rabaa signImage, which has become the symbol of struggling against massacres in Egypt.
The protests, organised by the ‘Solidarity Platform for Syrian and Egyptian people’ which was formed by Turkish non-governmental organisations, ended in front of Istanbul’s city hall.
Deaths of the hundreds of civilians in Syria and Egypt were also protested in Kurdish city of Diyarbakir, where 26 non-governmental organisations supported the protests against regimes in Syria and Egypt.