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Turkey: Anti-Semitism Is Israel's FaultBy Eli Lake

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Israeli actions in Gaza 'surpassed what Hitler did to them.'

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Yerevan, Armenia

#1 Aug 6, 2014
Kurdish politician Selaheddin Demirtas sings in Armenian, to win the presidential elections in Turkey. During the election campaign in the Turkish president, the first time one of the candidates - Kurdish politician Selaheddin Demirtas for votes of ethnic Armenians began to speak Armenian and even began to sing a song in Armenian.

August 06, a few days before the presidential elections in Turkey, there was a new song of the Kurdish Democratic People's Party. Presidential candidate Turkey Selaheddin Demirtaş issued a statement and a song in three languages: Turkish, Kurdish and Armenian.

This campaign "in three languages​&#8203 ;," however, did not help Demirtashu- in a survey of 29 July research center "Konda", to recruit more 7.5 percent of the vote. And the polls center "Sonar" S. Demirtas can claim 12% of Turkish voters.

According to the same survey, the sole leader in the campaign is the current Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. His approval rating is in the region of 43-45 per cent, which means that the Prime Minister will not be able to succeed in the first round of elections in the Turkish President.

According to the same poll, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu - a single candidate of the united opposition bloc, during the pre-election campaign may be gaining 32% of the vote.

Meanwhile, by the way, that's not the only reason for the high ranking Erdogan. Highly rated Erdogan was secured thanks to a serious financial resources that were invested in the campaign Erdogan.

As of August 1, Erdogan's election fund was 24 million Turkish lira is more than 11 million dollars. For comparison, I must say that the election fund Ihsanoglu was merely 2 million Turkish lira, and the foundation of the Kurdish policy S.Demirtasha was only 750,000 Turkish liras, or about 300 thousand dollars.

What will be the deciding factor in the presidential elections in Turkey: Money or justice - time will tell. As always in Turkey will benefit those politicians who have more money! Although his word even supporters say F.Gyulena, and this may lead to a second round of the presidential elections in Turkey. For F.Gyulennom are special services of the USA.

Good luck to all the candidates, and especially Demirtas, at least for something that does not forget the Armenian language!

Arayik Sargsyan, Academician, Honorary Consul of Macedonia to Armenia, Vice President of the Russian Academy of Geopolitics. http://knowpc.ru/razgovory-obo-vsem/kurdskij-...

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