Bahçeli slams govt for allowing peshmerga to enter Turkey
Turkey's nationalist opposition leader Devlet Bahçeli criticized the government for allowing the Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga forces passage through Turkey on their way to the besieged Syrian town of Kobani, or Ayn al Arab.
"Those, who allow the passage of peshmergas through Turkey have commited a crime," said the Nationalist Movement Party or MHP head Devlet Bahçeli.
Opening a corridor is definitely an "act of treason" he claimed.
An estimated 1.5 million Syrian refugees, including some 190,000 from Kobani, are being sheltered in camps across Turkey after fleeing the fighting.