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Turks are going to solve the Kurdish problem very soon

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Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Sep 8, 2011 at 01:55

Dear BA,

Turkey is going to solve the Kurdish problem in near future. This is how it will be done :

1. A joint-operation by Turkey and Iran in the Qandil mountains agianst the PKK and the PJAK hideouts are going to ensure that those anarchists and terrorists are militarily wiped out. This is exactly what is happening now.

2. The Iraqi Kurdish leadership should distance itself from PKK and PJAk and that is exactly happening now as Masud Barzani , the leader of Kurds in Iraq has asked PKK and PJAK to renounce violence and come back to peaceful ways to get their demands.

3. A decade from now a peaceful union involving Iraq,Syria , Turkey and Iran could be created where Turks , Arabs , Kurds and Iranians can all stay together and live in peace. That unied nation would allow people from one region to move freely to the neighboring regions without unnecessary travel and visa procedures and unnecessary business restrictions. That should be the ultimate solution.

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