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there is no true friendship between countries,they are not humans.

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Submitted by havas (Turkey), Nov 4, 2009 at 01:34

countries only act according to their benefits. there is no such thing like friendship. just 10 years ago turkey and syria was about to go into a war and today they are friends. this is politics my friend. when turkey and armenia decided to start a dialog ,turkey didnt need israel lobby against armenia in USA any more, when phalestein was brutally destroyed because of few stupit hamas bombs towards israel, turkey used this as a chance to attract more arab funds to her country, turkey also wont need to fight against PKK terrorizm any more and we dont have direct enemy left around our country ,so instead of buying weapons from israel we can now use that money for economy. things like that.

but ı finally tell you something ,especially iran can never be turkeys friend. they are our rivals in every aspect . it is only turkeys huge need of oil and gas that makes her act nicely these days to them. and israel and turkey no matter what goes on today will continue to be friends,if not too close allies in the future. ı can give you a guarantee that we can never be enemies because of strategical and historical reasons.

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