In defiance to Egyptian people, Turkey named a new orphanage in Syria after terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group’s Mohamed Morsi, Middle East Monitor reported on Thursday.
The orphanage is located in northwest Syria. It’s a joint project between Turkey’s official Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) and non-government associations Ozgur-Der and Fetihder in the Syrian provincial capital of Idlib, situated in the rebel-held province with the same name.
The new facility includes 200 houses along with a mosque and a school, Middle East Monitor cited the head of Fetihder as saying.
Morsi was a member of terrorist Muslim Brotherhood and he was a close ally of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, before being ousted by a popular protests in 2013.
Turkey is home to around 3.6 million Syrian refugees, according to the United Nations’ refugee agency, whom the government has repeatedly indicated it hopes to resettle in Turkish-controlled Syrian territory.