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Submitted by Sami (United States), Jun 10, 2011 at 09:52

How can you define Turkey is a hostile nation? ... Turkey has been in NATO for over 50 years fighting side by side in Korea and supporting US in many missions since then. The current Turkish government may not be desirable for many living inside and outside Turkey due to their extreme beliefs. And, they are poised to take charge again after the elections according to polls. But, Turkey has always been an ally to US. Don't you ever forget that?

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