Why are tourists so nervous about visiting the Tomb of the Patriarchs
Istanbul’s Taksim Square has become a tourist destination in its own right.
It’s home to the ancient tomb of the Prophet Mohammed.
The visitors flock to take pictures and snap pictures of the marble sarcophagus.
It was the first time since the 1990s that tourists were allowed to visit the tomb.
However, since the beginning of 2016, visitors have been complaining of being harassed, abused and assaulted by Turkish security forces.
One of them, a British tourist, said she was beaten by Turkish police after being stopped on her way to take a photo of the Tomb.
The latest wave of incidents is triggered by the fact that Taksima Square has long been a hotspot for Turkish nationalist groups.
In July, two groups of Turkish nationalists converged on Taksims Square, where the Prophet Mohammad is believed to have been buried.
The two groups reportedly started shouting insults at each other.
After a few minutes of shouting, the two groups separated, but the fight continued, with some protesters throwing stones at the two sides.
The two groups, which are affiliated with the Turkish Nationalist Movement (MHP), were on their way to the Tomb when police, who had come to protect the Taksiman Square, intervened and arrested the two protesters.
A number of people have been arrested in connection with the clashes between the two factions.
Police have also detained a number of Turkish-British tourists in connection to the incident, which prompted the government to issue a statement calling for calm in Taksimi Square and for tourists to refrain from taking pictures or filming inside the Square.
Taksim has been an important tourist spot for years, but in the past, tensions between the Turkish and Turkish-origin communities have been exacerbated by the rise of a number the nationalist groups, including the MHP, in recent years.
As part of the measures being taken to combat the growing tension, the Istanbul governor has announced that the tourist season will be extended from March 1 to July 1.
While there are no specific plans to extend the tourist periods, Taksi is one of the few cities in Turkey where tourists will be allowed to travel outside of the tourist zones.
Many tourists in Turkey are used to seeing tourists come and go from Taksin Square and other tourist areas on a regular basis.
However this is not the case for some tourists, who have expressed fears about the increasing number of incidents that have taken place in Tasesim Square.
A Turkish tourist, who wished to remain anonymous, told The Jerusalem Report that he has been in the area for about two months and he is concerned about the rising tension and the number of tourists who have been stopped and beaten.
“I am afraid because tourists come here for such tourist destinations, but when they see the constant harassment of the police, they don’t want to come back.
They want to get away from the tension,” the tourist said.
This is not unusual for Taksil Square.
It has been a popular tourist destination for a long time.
According to an estimate by the Turkish Association of Foreign Visitors, Tissim Square holds approximately 300,000 tourists, including tourists from all over the world.
At the time of the attacks in Tissimi Square, the area had only around 300,0000 tourists visiting Turkey each year, which makes up just over 2% of the total visitors visiting the area.
However due to the increased numbers of tourists, the number who visited Tissima Square increased from 1.7 million tourists in 2016 to 3.6 million tourists this year.
Even though the number and nature of tourists visiting Tissimus Square are different from those visiting Taksimen Square, tourists have complained of being treated poorly and abused by the security forces on both sides of the Tissims border.
Last week, a number or people were attacked in Istanbul when Turkish security services stopped them from taking photos at Taksimm Square.
Some of the victims were seriously injured and taken to hospital.
Some Turkish tourists are also concerned about what will happen to them if they return to Taksimer Square after the Eid holiday.
It is not clear if these incidents are related to the protests over the Tomb and the Tursi-Taksi issue, which have taken root in Turkey in recent months.
However it is clear that Tissimm Square is becoming a hot spot for the Turkish nationalist movement.
However, if there are any tourists that wish to visit Taksimet Square, they should do so without hindrance.
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