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08 October 2007

Where's the outcry?! Which Kurds condemn this? Any at all?

I am having trouble restraining my expletives and F-bombs.. What are we waiting for? Our soldiers are fish in a barrel to these thugs. Time to act in the interest of Turkey and stop signing bullshit agreements with Iraq. Do as Israel did in Lebanon. Go in there with guns blazing.
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The coffin of a soldier, Fetullah Selcuk, is carried from a military helicopter in Sati Village in Diyarbakir province, October 8, 2007. A Turkish soldier was killed and three more were wounded in a landmine explosion on Monday, putting further pressure on Turkey's government just one day after Kurdish rebels shot dead 13 Turkish troops. The increased attacks on security personnel in mainly Kurdish southeast Turkey have reignited talk of a major Turkish military incursion into neighbouring northern Iraq to crush Kurdish rebels who use the region as a base. REUTERS/Ozgur Ayaydin/Anatolian (TURKEY) TURKEY OUT
 
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People attend the funeral of a soldier, Ali Sahan, in the central Anatolian city of Kutahya October 8, 2007. A Turkish soldier was killed and three more were wounded in a landmine explosion on Monday, putting further pressure on Turkey's government just one day after Kurdish rebels shot dead 13 Turkish troops. The increased attacks on security personnel in mainly Kurdish southeast Turkey have reignited talk of a major Turkish military incursion into neighbouring northern Iraq to crush Kurdish rebels who use the region as a base. REUTERS/Muharrem Cin/Anatolian (TURKEY) TURKEY OUT

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who do you think supplies the PKK with arms? Hint, its the greatest country to live in.
Do some research and if what you find shocks you, well lets just say you really are an ......

Here let me start you off on your research:

http://www.jamestown.org/terrorism/news/article.php?articleid=2373618

Oh and do not let this disgust you:
http://www.turkishweekly.net/news.php?id=49223

France lets PKK terrorist escape

Metin said...

Did you really expect the US to not act in the interest of itself, even if it means supplying arms to both and all sides of an equation.

The real question is when will the PKK (not the Kurds) stop relying on the greatest country Iive in? And start behaving . . .

The Kurds will dismiss the PKK as their protectors as fast as African-Americans dump Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson as their representatives.

Maybe the Kurds should all rise up and say "We Are All Turks" just like the Turks did with "We Are All Armenians" when a Turkish-Armenian was killed.

Murat Altinbasak said...

Yeah, we've read this already anonymous. PKK weapons turn out to be American stock..
HA! "We are all Turks"..
What a beautiful pipe dream..
For anyone other than a Turk to declare this openly in the streets of Turkey, there's a snowflake's chance in hell.. I will eat a juicy pork chop served in a dirty ashtray, on the day thst this happens. (Yeah that's a big deal for me.. I'm not God-less!)