Chilean activists protest Turkish dictator Erdoğan’s arrival in Santiago

SANTIAGO (KDN) – Chilean activists protested the visit of Turkish dictator and ISIS supporter Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in front of the presidential palace in Santiago on Monday.

The protesters slammed the Turkish dictator, accusing him of being one with the radical terrorist group of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

Protestors held signs that read “Erdoğan is ISIS [ISIL]” and “ISIS is the army of Erdoğan.”

The group also called Erdogan the murderer, the oppressor of the Kurds and expressed solidarity with the Kurdish people living in Turkey by holding a sign that read “The Kurdish people are not alone.”

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