Kurdish anger turns into protests over Turkish court case

Nov 12, 2010 Full story: Christian Science Monitor

A controversial court case, in which defendants have been barred from speaking Kurdish, reflects deeper tensions as Turkey tries to reconcile with a restive minority.

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Akritas

London, UK

#1 Nov 13, 2010
I see that these "Mountain Turks" have their own language & culture..

The only possible solution is a 2 State Solution..

Republic of Turkey
Republic of Mountain Turkey!

HA HA HA

Turkish Barbarians!

Since: Jul 10

ozzie land

#2 Nov 13, 2010
Akritas wrote:
I see that these "Mountain Turks" have their own language & culture..
The only possible solution is a 2 State Solution..
Republic of Turkey
Republic of Mountain Turkey!
HA HA HA
Turkish Barbarians!
YEAH like it HAHAHA
Robert

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Nov 13, 2010
Another matter that has not received much media attention;



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