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Reader comment on item: Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza
in response to reader comment: What is Compensation?

Submitted by Nikki Causer (United States), Aug 17, 2010 at 09:51

Thank you Philippe for your support and comment. My question who is humanitarian in this situation? Definitely, not Turkey. Maybe this video will explain everything:


"A thief obtains no title to or rights to possession of stolen items. Therefore, a thief cannot pass any right of ownership of stolen items to subsequent purchasers" The British are buying stolen properties in Cyprus and they are talking humanitarian, how about us that we lost everything, who is humanitarian? Is buying stolen properties right?

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