Some football sites (actually: many) had long comments about this match.
The one and other asked Turkish speaking, knowledgeable about the Turkish football scen, experts. All agree that the booing and whistling when playing the Greek anthem was unacceptable but common. (It's done vice versa as well)
It is said that the chants of “Martyrs never die, the country will never be divided” and the reported cries of “Allahu Akbar” were in no way meant to show support to the perpetrators of the Paris attacks.
According to those writers, the former slogan is actually a common anti-terrorism chant expressing a sentiment that no matter what kind of attacks Turkey faces, it will remain as one. It too was chanted during the moment of silence after the Ankara bombings. As for “Allahu Akbar,” the article points to another popular chant that, while nationalistic in origin, has become a typical “Let’s Go Team!” type of thing.
Others notice, it could have come worse, like it happened in previous matches between Greece and Turkey