Syrian refugees face growing opposition in Turkey

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Growing anti-migrant sentiment in Turkey has led to deadly clashes between citizens and refugees. Mobs have targeted workplaces and houses of Syrians.

And as the nation has been eyeing the Turkish general election scheduled for 2023, the issue of deporting refugees has dominated public debate.

Al Jazeera’s Sinem Koseoglu reports from Istanbul.

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