Turkish President Encourages Terroris...

Turkish President Encourages Terrorism in Syria '

There are 5 comments on the Tehran Times story from Jul 22, 2012, titled Turkish President Encourages Terrorism in Syria '. In it, Tehran Times reports that:

Deputy Chairman of the Turkish Labor Party Hasan Basri Ozbey denounced the position of Turkish President Abdullah Gul who is encouraging terrorists to commit crimes in Syria, saying that the Labor Party will file a complaint against Gul to try him in the Higher Court.

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TRUTHlover

Carei, Romania

#1 Jul 23, 2012
Somebody should wake up Mr Deputy Chairman Ozbey, and inform him that even Russia has abandoned Communism......

BTW, it is also interesting to note, that e.g. in the democratic and civilized Federal Republic of Germany the Communist Party or any affiliated Party is prohibited!!

But in Turkey (the undemocratic and uncivilized republic) the Communists are free to say what they want.....

Cheers,
foster

Sweden

#2 Jul 24, 2012
Turkey should wake up
The more I see about Turkish line on Syria the more I believe they got no idea of what they are doing and they don't care about the consequences while they really should. Gul encourages terrorism in Syria while Erdogan became a part of US the Greater Middle East project. OK, imagine for a moment that Assad is defeated, what's then? Peace and security? Maybe, but we shouldn't forget about the Kurds who will surely declare about the creation of their own state, why not to use such good opportunity when everybody talks about freedom and democracy. And what about Turkey, well when Kurds of Syria, Iraq and Iran will unite for the common cause then I'm sure Turkish Kurds will line up with them either. In fine Turkey will get even worse seat ground of aggression owing to short-sighted politicians like Gul and Erdogan who baselessly blame Syria, while the same time Muslims in Iraq are being killed and face the violence, but Turks don't care and concerned about Syria for too much. Why? It seems to me that Erdogan and the rest sold themselves to USA and NATO. Well, everyone will be given his due for their deeds...
CRN

Ankara, Turkey

#3 Jul 24, 2012
The Bush wars we have seen in the Middle East so far are part of that process of "Constructive Chaos" advocated by Hegelism.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#4 Jul 24, 2012
Take note that the article is written by SANA, whom are noted for their twisted slant in support of Assad. It is difficult to put faith in the article at all.
CRN

Ankara, Turkey

#5 Jul 24, 2012
George wrote:
Take note that the article is written by SANA, whom are noted for their twisted slant in support of Assad. It is difficult to put faith in the article at all.
regarding the crediblity you can also have a better name.

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