Gul vows ounishment of Reyhanli attacks
President Abdullah Gul yesterday paid a visit to the Reyhanli Municipality, where he addressed the public and expressed his condolences to the families of people killed and wounded as a result of twin car bombings in the southern town of Reyhanli. Addressing the public, Gul said that the Turkish government would do whatever state responsibility requires to find the parties behind the deadly attacks. "Whoever carried out these attacks or encouraged these attacks will be questioned, and we'll make them pay for the attack," Gul said. Gul also criticized the poor international support of refugees in Turkey, saying, "Turkey will never allow the chaos in Syria to spill into Turkey. Everyone must acknowledge this. We will never permit that. I want this to be understood." Gul added that the international community's contribution to Turkey's financial aid to these people who are in a difficult situation was only symbolic. "Some 200,000 Syrian refugees are living in tents – Turkey is providing for them by itself. Many [Syrian citizens] are also living in our cities with the tolerance of our people. In Jordan alone there are 400,000 refugees. This is supremacy and grace that we are showing," Gul said.