New York Times: Erdogan climb ugly dispute with Europe and the
New York Times said in an editorial that the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stepped up its war against the ugly altercation allies Turkey Members of the Atlantic alliance, Germany and the Netherlands.
The newspaper pointed out that the reason is clear is that President Erdogan hopes to fabricate a battle with Europe may increase support for Turkish voters supporters of the National Movement to vote in the referendum planned at the April 16 \ April, which if passed it would broaden the powers authoritarian.
On March 5 \ March, Erdogan accused Germany of "Nazi practices" after he was forced to cancel two Turkish ministers appearing in the pro - Turkish President campaign after the German government said it could not guarantee the safety of assembly in Berlin. While now, Erdogan poured his anger over the Netherlands, describing the state as a "Nazi remnant" after the banning of aircraft Turkish foreign minister from landing on Saturday , where he was scheduled to participate in a demonstration in support of Erdogan, also ordered the Amsterdam Secretary of the Turkish family to leave the country the next day. The newspaper added that Erdogan warned the Netherlands that they will pay the price for the rude treatment with the Turkish foreign minister, also advised the Dutch ambassador to Turkey has, and who was out of the country, not to return to his post in Ankara.
American newspaper added that Erdogan 's aggressive behavior may benefit candidates The anti-Muslims in the Netherlands, where voters went to the polls on Wednesday, followed by elections in France in April and May \ April May, then the elections in Germany in September \ September.
There are three million people of Turkish origin live in Germany, home to some 400 thousand Turkish citizens in the Netherlands. The EU is the largest trading partner of Turkey, as the latter need to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The EU issued a statement - on Monday - said: "It is essential to avoid further escalation and to look for ways to calm the situation , " said Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of NATO, that will encourage all allies to show mutual respect and calm.
The Washington Post: Lawyers and volunteers gathered to protest the activation of a travel ban to the US
newspaper "The Washington Post" the American said that while he will enter the decision of the new passport issued by President Donald Trump into effect midnight Thursday blocked, March 16 \ March, the lawyers and volunteers are organizing campaign at the last minute to stop the executive decision in the federal courts, and mobilizing protests and help any travelers may comment at this time.
It is scheduled to be heard federal judges in Hawaii, Maryland, on Wednesday, to arguments on whether to halt all Trump 's decision, which attaches the US refugee program and prevents temporarily issuing new visas for citizens of the six countries with Muslim majority and reducing the number of refugees the United States receive them during the current fiscal year 110 thousand to 50 thousand.
It was scheduled to brief yesterday, Tuesday, a federal judge in Seattle, which has already suspended the decision or the first travel ban, for legal briefs in the case.
The newspaper quoted sources as saying that the time is the basis, pointing out there waiting to happen.
The Union of the US civil rights and other bodies have been described Trump Baltmezih decisions, while federal officials said the goal decisions to protect the United States from terrorism.