This very fragmentation led to the frustration of the Arab aspirations for a united Arab state and led to the never-ending internecine bickering and even conflict among the much truncated Arab “sub-nation-states”.
On 16 May, 1916, the famous Sykes-Picot agreement was signed secretly between the United Kingdom and France.
Between the Privilege of Committing Crime and Political Freedoms: Parliamentary Immunities in Turkey
The kind of immunity that protects a legislator from criminal proceedings, as in Turkey, does not exist in Anglo-Saxon countries, such as the United States of America, the United Kingdom and Canada.
At first glance, there are indeed many striking similarities between the two terrorist attacks and the way they both traumatized the United States of America in 2001 and France in 2015.