Iraq says Turkey controlling protests
Iraqi Defence Minister Saadun al-Dulaimi speaks at the Defence Ministry in Baghdad during a memorial for the killing of five soldiers late last month in the mainly Sunni Muslim city of Ramadi, west of the capital on May 5, 2013.Full Story
#1 May 5, 2013
well, being a satellite state of Iran and supporting the Assad regime in Syria does not help very much ....
fact is .... without listening to and very importantly having good relations with Turkey .... life is difficult in the region ...
well, it is how it is..... many commentators say the Turks are coming again ..... my reply would be .... they NEVER left .....
Iraq has at least a 15% Turkmen minority ..... thus the Turk will always be an important part of Iraq ....
Mr Al-Dulaimi shouldn't forget that ....
#2 May 21, 2013
you are talking to the deaths.
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