"Turkey is not a country that determines its domestic and foreign policy with the actions of bandits" Erdoğan said.
Criticizing main opposition CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu about his proposal of a new military mandate to be valid only on Kobani proper, Erdoğan stated that Kılıçdaroğlu's proposal is a step towards protecting Syria's Assad regime.
"How can we applaud a regime -Syrian- that killed 250,000 of its own citizens" Erdoğan said. He added that Turkey is only country in the world that is concerned with or actually helping Kobani.
Reconciliation process is not something that can be disrupted with spoiled actions, Erdoğan said, and he will continue his struggle to bring peace and calm.
"Both the murdered and the murderers (in Kobani protests) are of Kurdish origin" Erdoğan noted.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu: "Turkey will continue to pursue the reconciliation process with a strong will"
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has also condemned vandalism during his speech in the eastern city of Turkey, Malatya on Friday. He said, "Regardless of the provocations done in Turkey, our brotherhood will not be damaged."
"Those traitors who insist on Turkey's connection to ISIS, I demand that you show documentations," Davutoğlu stated.
Turkey's main opposition party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu: "We all need to know that terrorism is a humanity crime"
Kılıçdaroğlu called the shooting incident in the eastern Turkish city of Bingöl which killed one police officer and left one injured on Thursday as "inconceivable". The incident had taken place while the officials were investigating property damage that had occurred in the demonstrations.
"It is without a doubt that terror has a purpose, but a good-functioning state does not allow that," Kılıçdaroğlu said.Turkish Grand National Assembly Speaker Cemil Çiçek: "Kobani protesters are being used"
Turkey does not wish to neighbour any terrorist organization, Çiçek said. "Why is Turkey being forced to choose one?"
The municipality building of Patnos, located in eastern province of Ağrı, was completely burned down.
TOBB Chairman Rıfat Hisarcıklıoğlu: "Vandalism and banditry cannot be legitimized"Chairmen of prominent Turkish NGO's made a joint press statement on Friday in Ankara regarding the latest violent protests based on the atrocities in Kobani that turned into vandalist actions and clashes between pro and anti PKK groups.
The statement was attended by the chairman of Turkish NGO Members of EU-Turkey Joint Advisory Committee, The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB), The Confederation of Turkish Trade Unions (Türk-İş), The Confederation of Turkish Tradesmen and Craftsmen (TESK), Turkish Confederation of Employer Associations (TİSK), The Union of Turkish Agricultural Chambers (TZOB), The Confederation of Public Servants' Trade Unions (Memur-sen) The Confederation of Public Workers of Turkey (Kamu-sen) and Hak Workers' Trade Unions Confederation (Hak-İş).