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two AM on Saturday in Turkey's largest city Istanbul alliance has broken out in a neighborhood that is home to many Syrian refugees and Syrian shops under attack among them is a clothing store belonging to brothers Mustafa and met there at home watching the security footage life of men destroying their livelihood , they watched as a small group of Turkish men broke that glass storefront ripped up Arabic leaflets and signs and set them alight it wasn't long before the security camera it too was destroyed around two AM well we were watching those destroying store that removed the camera soreness on when we cooled the neighbor as we were going to check it out and he said don't come they want to kill you , we couldn't go into five or six in the morning , we emptied out Hoff the merchandise and waited a couple of days until things calm down on on on them and then one and police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse the attackers it's one of the occasional bouts of violence which Syrians say abrupt against them in a stumble , Syrian butcher Hammoud also found himself the target they saw that there were Arabic signs of my neighbors so they started hitting the storefront with stones they started destroying it my took his neighbor came out yelled at them saying that this is a good Syria leave him alone so they left according to Turkey's Interior Ministry the country hosts more than three point six million Syrians the largest population of Syrians displaced by the eight year civil war is stumble province alone has over half a million Turkey's own stumbling economy and rising unemployment has fueled anger against that presence many resented by Texas cheap labor taking over the chops and using services on the night he stumbles new mayor was elected hash tag spread across social media roughly meaning Syrians gets out , as voices rise into key saying it's time for them to go home