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Turkey wants the Radar ...

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in response to reader comment: Finally - FINALLY! - good sense prevails in Israel

Submitted by yB (Israel), Dec 28, 2011 at 07:33

... In order to subvert the upcoming Israeli raid on Iran. The last major raid on Syria was right along the Turkish-Syrian border, as evidenced by the intentional dropping of long range israeli fuel pods. The Turks think they can do better using NATO radar. They forget that Israel has gone around US radars numerous times, going back to the 1981 raid on the Osirac and the 1985 raid on Tunis right by the sixth fleet.

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