On Wednesday, Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan called on Syrian President Bashar Al Assad in a bid to introduce "shock therapy" reforms to end the trouble in Syria.
Mr. Erdogan has promised to allow refugees into the Syrian border town to seek shelter from Syria’s bloody protests.
122 Syrians, including women and children, crossed the border into Turkey overnight on Wednesday seeking refuge from the conflict in northwest Syria.
Syrians have fled the town of Jisr al-Shughour fearing bloodshed as troops with tanks were said to be approaching.
The Red Crescent has set up tents to house refugees who have crossed the border into the Yayladagi district of southern Turkey's Hatay province just north of the Syrian border.
An estimated 420 people have crossed the border from Syria since the bloody protests began in March.
Tayyip Erdogan-Turkey Prime Minister