Russia backed Assad's thugs killed 5 peaceful Muslims, including a mother and her three children, in Assad's shelling of a Turkish town near the border on Wednesday, prompting Ankara to say that it went "too far".
The shells exploded after being fired from Tall al-Abyad just across the border in Syria.
The incident marked the second time that Alawite fire from Syria killed people inside Turkey since the uprising erupted against the Russia backed Assad's regime in Damascus in March 2011.
Although fire by Alawites from Syria has hit territory inside Turkey on several occasions since the uprising began against the Assad's regime, Wednesday's attack marked only the second time that people have died as a result.
In the previous attack, two Syrian nationals were killed on Turkish soil in April from bullets fired by Alawites from the Syrian side.
The town of Akcakale, close to the border with war-torn Syria, has been fired by Assad's gangs on several times over the past few weeks.
Turkish officials have advised residents to stay away from the volatile border, and more than 100 schools have remained closed in the region over the past two weeks because of the violence.
On September 28, Alawite mortars smashed into buildings in Akcakale, wounding one person, with Turkey warning that it would respond if there was a repeat attack.
On Wednesday, the town mayor said that "there is anger in our community against Syria," adding that stray bullets and shells had panicked residents for the past 10 days.
A week ago, the Turkish army deployed artillery and anti-aircraft missiles along the border in the region.