This video says about itself:
25 July 2015
Clashes erupted after police confronted approximately 1,000 protesters who had been rallying in the centre of Ankara, Turkey, against Turkish military airstrikes in Syria and northern Iraq. Several dozen protesters were reportedly arrested.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Parliament: Turkey should not drag the Netherlands into war
The Lower House believes that Turkey “should not drag” the Netherlands and other NATO countries into war. A substantial majority worries about Turkish operations against the Kurds in northern Syria.
By firing projectiles at Syrian targets a NATO member threatens to become directly involved in the war in Syria, MPs say. They point to Article 5 of the NATO treaty. It says that an attack on one of the member states in Europe or North America will be perceived as an attack on all, and that all countries will help to fend off the attacker.
VVD [right-wing party, biggest party in the Dutch coalition government] spokesman Ten Broeke said in the NOS Radio 1 News that Turkey “is starting to become an uncomfortable friend“. According to him, Turkey should not make suggestions around Article 5, undermining the credibility of that article. “NATO must not move into adventures where possibly a different agenda hides behind.”
Also Socialist Party Member of Parliament Van Bommel stressed the need to avoid such a situation.
Christian Democrat Appeal MP Knops said that Turkey carries out its own agenda under the cover of NATO. “That makes it complicated and complex.”
His D66 [‘left liberal’] colleague Sjoerdsma stressed that the situation will become even more threatening if Turkey will send ground troops into Syria. “Then it would really appear that Turkey wants to drag us as a NATO ally into something and we should really avoid that.”
The Justice and Development Party (AKP) government in Turkey has seized upon a terrorist attack carried out in the capital of Ankara as a pretext for escalating its military campaign against Kurdish-dominated regions in eastern Turkey, northern Syria and Iraq: here.
Turkish threats against Kurds set stage for ground invasion of Syria: here.