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Conspiracies exist but?

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in response to reader comment: maybe; maybe not

Submitted by Alexandros (United Kingdom), Feb 6, 2013 at 08:57

Conspiracies exist, but what do you suggest that, the Israelis bombed Syrian anti-air missiles, which were travelling to Lebanon, in collaboration with Syrians? It doesn't make any sense to me.

Anyway, Turkey intervenes, while the Turkish Government has sent Turkish Officers in Syria, killed and recognised, while they support the Muslim Brotherhood and al nusra against the Kurds of Syria and all this in addition to their other continuous crimes in Cyprus and against the Kurds in Turkey and the constant threats towards Greece, a NATO ally by the way!

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