Turkey and Syria Hit By Devastating Earthquake

ER Editor: We can’t help wondering if this earthquake was natural. Turkey is supposed to be on the verge of leaving NATO. They’ve wanted Assad gone forever. We know they have the technology to do this. Think: HAARP, Fukushima. Think: cabal in serious trouble.

Update: This reading is confirmed by Benjamin Fulford in today’s post, The Khazarian Mafia has been comprehensively defeated, mopping up continues:

However, it is not over until it is over and there is a strong possibility the desperate and cornered KM will try some sort of black swan mega-terror event, most likely either an EMP or nuclear attack.

Turkey’s interior minister Suleyman Soylu told the US ambassador to take his “dirty hands off of Turkey” after Washington and eight European countries issued travel warnings over possible terror attacks there. Similar warnings were made about Iran. [VIDEO of Soylu]

The order by Western governments to evacuate their citizens means it’s likely the cornered Israeli regime is launching a massive attack there. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake followed by dozens more as this report was being written indicates it has already begun. “This is a weather modification weapon being used to show Erdogan who is still in charge,” a CIA source says.

Gaziantep is mentioned below. Here’s the map showing where that is. The affected region seems to be southern Turkey along most of the border with Syria, and into Syria itself.

See more on Twitter:  #TurkeyEarthquake   #Syria #earthquake


Devastating earthquake hits Türkiye (VIDEOS)

Dozens of buildings collapsed, burying people under the rubble


A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Türkiye early on Monday morning, followed by several powerful aftershocks that were felt across the region. The jolts caused widespread destruction, knocking down multiple residential buildings, according to disturbing footage captured by survivors.

Devastating earthquake hits Türkiye (VIDEOS)

The most powerful jolt, measured at 7.8 by the USGS and 7.4 by the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, happened around 4:17am local time, and was centered 33km northeast of Gaziantep, a major provincial capital with a population of over 2 million people.

There was no immediate estimate of total casualties, but according to Turkish media reports, scores are feared killed, as dozens of buildings were damaged or destroyed across ten provinces, including Gaziantep, Diyarbakir, Osmaniye, and Malatya, where residents are reportedly trapped under rubble.

The Turkish authorities declared the highest level of emergency, with all rescue services and first responders mobilized to aid the affected provinces, according to the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his condolences to the victims, confirming that search and rescue teams were immediately dispatched to affected areas, while all other government institutions are coordinating their response.

Across the border in Syria, several residential buildings reportedly collapsed in Aleppo, as well as in the city of Hama, according to local media. The quake was so powerful that shaking was felt all across the region, as far as Israel, Lebanon, and Cyprus.



Scores killed by devastating earthquake in Syria

The tremors were the strongest in nearly 30 years, the country’s seismology chief has said


Scores killed by devastating earthquake in Syria

The death toll from the earthquake in northwestern Syria has risen to 248 people, Deputy Health Minister Ahmad Dumeira told SANA news agency on Monday. He said that at least 700 people were injured, and the provinces of Aleppo, Hama, Latakia, and Tartus were affected the most.

Dr. Raed Ahmed, the director general of the Syrian National Seismology Center, was quoted by SANA news agency as saying that the earthquake was the strongest since recording began in 1995.

Dumeira said all hospitals were mobilized to treat the victims, and additional ambulances and rescue teams were dispatched to areas hit by the disaster.

Across the border, Türkiye’s Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) reported that a 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck the southern part of the country at around 4:17am on Monday. The epicenter was recorded in the Pazarcik district of the Kahramanmaras Province. According to the Turkish authorities, at least 76 people were killed and 440 injured.



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