A Turkish woman takes a photo of graffittis painted by protesrters that mean " Tayyip, son of bitch, resign. Scoundrel Tayyip. This gas is wonderful," demanding Turkey prime minister Re

 

              A Turkish woman takes a photo of graffittis painted by protesrters that mean " Tayyip, son of bitch, resign. Scoundrel Tayyip. This gas is wonderful," demanding Turkey prime minister Re
A Turkish woman takes a photo of graffittis painted by protesrters that mean " Tayyip, son of bitch, resign. Scoundrel Tayyip. This gas is wonderful," demanding Turkey prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to resign, in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, June 3, 2013. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday again dismissed street protests against his rule as actions organized by extremists, qualified them as a temporary bleep, and angrily rejected comparisons with the Arab Spring uprisings. Appearing defensive and angry, and cutting a disconnected figure, he lashed out at reporters who asked whether the government had understood "the message" by protesters airing grievances or whether he would soften his tone.(AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)