How about Turkish terrorists and supporters of terrorists like Erdogan ? (a third attempt)
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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Oct 25, 2012 at 06:19
At first, out of more than 500 words I wrote , for whatever reasons merely 2 plus the title were published. Next time 51 appeared. Well, If I keep trying hard, then maybe one day the whole text will appear on the forum. ;(
Anyway I typed the following
Nazim Cairo wrote :
> For all I care you have all the right to respond with force to force, but you had no right killing turkish citizens, full stop.< <<
Rather than a full stop I'd place a question mark at the end of the sentence. And there are several good reasons for doing so. Do you remember the name Susurluk and what monstrosity it has disclosed ? The Turkish state hiring and relying on thugs,hitmen and mafia to terrorize and kill Kurds and other "suspects" and yet whining and crying about "PKK terrorists". Interesting, isn't it , how the Turkish "deep state" has become a classical mafia state.
Turkish citizens and politicians have thus a long and consistent record of terrorism and supporting terrorism. Most foreign jihadists killed and captured in Chechnya were Turkish citizens that came to Chechnya to kill and torture infidel Russians. But you say the Russians had no right to kill these Turkish terrorists, don't you ? Turkey provided material,financial,political and medical aid to terrorists in the Caucasus. Salman Raduyev,the wicked terrorist who took 3000 hostages in a hospital in Kizlyar and who personally used to torture and cut off people's heads which was filmed, after a heavy injury got a new face in a Turkish clinic.
Six out of nineteen 9/11 terrorists were trained in Turkey in the camp in the Yalova Mountains. Just like the Saudi track also the Turkish track of 9/11 was not pursued and the inconvenient evidence hinted at by Sibel Edmonds was swept under the rug not to spoil the US-Turkish honeymoon.
The Turkish terrorists from the 2010 Gaza Flotilla who attacked and beat Israeli soldiers are fresh in our memory,aren't they? But the Turks are as always "innocent", aren't they?
And today the official Turkish support for terrorists is so obvious and well known to everybody in Turkey that the oppositional Republican People's Party is trying hard to impeach Recep Tayyib Erdogan for harming Turkey and breaking its constitution which strictly forbids the presence of armed foreign terrorists on the Turkish soil. As Syrian News Agency "Sana" first reported and later the Turkish press confirmed :
"At a press conference, Hursit Gunes, Member of the Executive office at the Republican Party, briefed the press on the movements of the so-called "the Free Army" in Turkey, screening a TV report including excerpts of meetings and statements by leader of this militia Riad al-Asa'ad while he meets a group of gunmen.
He called on the Turkish General Prosecutor to bring Erdogan, Foreign, defense and Interior Ministers to justice and take the legal procedures against them for committing a constitutional crime."
So coming back to your original quote , isn't one induced to to think that Turkish terrorists and spporters of terrorists deserve the same treatment as any terrorist or supporter of terrorists does,i.e. an Osama bin Laden-style firing squad , irrespective of how close they may stand to or how high they may have climbed in the ruling party of Turkey ?
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