Turkish scandal: Fans shouted ''Allahu Akbar'' when Paris victims were honored

Turkish scandal: Fans shouted ''Allahu Akbar'' when Paris victims were honored
Before the friendly match between Turkey and Greece last night, the 129 terror victims in Paris were honored with a minute of silence. At least it was supposed to be a minute of silence, but not all fans agreed, reports DB.

From the stands sounded booing and cries of "Allahu Akbar." The latter is an Arabic expression meaning "Allah is greatest".

The match was played at Başakşehir Fatih Terim in Istanbul, a stadium with a capacity of 17,000 spectators.

Turkey's and Greece's prime ministers - Ahmet Davutoğlu and Alexis Tsipras - were both present at the match.

Several international newspapers today report of the incident as a shame and a scandal, and something that was totally disrespectful to the victims of these barbaric acts.

- They should behaved, said Turkey's coach.

IS has taken responsibility for the bloodbath in Paris that shocks the civilized world.

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