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A Pro-Government Newspaper in Turkey Blasts Jadaliyya for Its Role in the Protests!

[Screenshot from the said Turkish newspaper, Yeni Safak]

[This article, by Elif Ince, was published in the Turkish newspaper Radikal on 13 June 2013. It was written in part as a response to an article published by the pro-government newspaper Yeni Şafak on 10 June 2013, in which Jadaliyya was accused of leading the wave of critical analysis and conspiracy against the Turkish government. The article was translated from Turkish by Emrah Yildiz. Following the article is the rough text of the interview conducted with Jadaliyya ...

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