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Submitted by atilla (United Kingdom), Oct 21, 2006 at 07:25

just a quick comment on the turkish mafia being mainly kurds, that is very untrue because the fact is the TURKISH mafia are the greywolves (bozkurt) which is a turkish nationlist movement .

the kurds are involved in criminal activities but they are not the turkish mafia ,they are infact the kurdish workers party the PKK . its nothing to be ashamed of because there's organised crime in every country around the world so let the criminals be ashamed.

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