Turkish forces kill 13 Kurdish militants near Syria border

Dec 5, 2012 Full story: The Daily Star 28

Syrian Kurds demonstrators hold flags and portraits of jailed Kurdistan Workers Party leader Abdullah Ocalan during a protest in Derik, Hasakah November 1, 2012.

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TRUTHlover

Satu Mare, Romania

#1 Dec 5, 2012
PKK will never learn ....
Cheers,
History

United States

#2 Dec 5, 2012
The time has come for Kurdistan to assert its place in history. Opportunity knocks at the Syrian/Turkish border.

“Liberalism”

Since: Oct 12

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#3 Dec 5, 2012
Violence make worst the cituation.

Kurds want independency because Turkey throwed the Christians, base on nation, is not liberal country, not respect the personal freedoms, is out of eu.
cartcurt

Portland, OR

#4 Dec 5, 2012
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Can

Folsom, CA

#5 Dec 5, 2012
History wrote:
The time has come for Kurdistan to assert its place in history. Opportunity knocks at the Syrian/Turkish border.
You think so?
Keep dream brother

“I am here for a laugh ”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#6 Dec 5, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
PKK will never learn ....
Cheers,
The end of pkk is coming nearer than what most people expect
Eureka

United States

#7 Dec 5, 2012
Kurdistan = Kosovo
TORO

Belgrade, Serbia

#8 Dec 6, 2012
european2012 wrote:
Violence make worst the cituation.
Kurds want independency because Turkey throwed the Christians, base on nation, is not liberal country, not respect the personal freedoms, is out of eu.
:) which eu? the begging one on its knees?
20 euros for a woman in athens streets these days.
by the way, you are ignorant as usual, kurds are not christian at all.
Free Kurdish Army

United States

#10 Dec 6, 2012
Q: Where is European Turkey?

A: Why, in the Balkans of course.

Q: Well, then it's time for a little balkanization of Turkey, don't you think?

A: Affirmative. May she reap what she sows. ;-)
Syrian

New London, CT

#11 Dec 7, 2012
Kurdish forces are now fighting the Syrian rebels!
edo ergo sum

United States

#12 Dec 7, 2012
The Turks have taken over Saddam Hussein's role in repressing the Iraqi Kurds.

How nice.
Soothsayer

United States

#13 Dec 7, 2012
Kurdistan is not a matter of if, just when.

Turkey is helping the cause nicely.

“Liberalism”

Since: Oct 12

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#14 Dec 8, 2012
TORO wrote:
<quoted text>
:) which eu? the begging one on its knees?
20 euros for a woman in athens streets these days.
by the way, you are ignorant as usual, kurds are not christian at all.
1.Greece have problem because is nationalist country.

Greece follow west, but is not west country. Greece joined eu-nato when was the danger of ussr.

2.I not told that Kurds are Christians.

But the problem is that when Turkey throwed out Christians became nation-country, and all no-turkish minorities became enemies of the country.

Turkey will solve all problems only if become liberal-multicultural.
TRUTHlover

Satu Mare, Romania

#15 Dec 12, 2012
There is a significant misunderstanding ...

Turks do not have problems with Kurds .....
The Kurds have problems with Turks ....

Not the Turks are killing innocent people ....
The Kurds are killing not only Turks but also Kurds which do not support their cause .....

Cheers,

Since: Aug 12

Izmir, Turkey

#16 Dec 12, 2012
if a start 3WW we will sweep all kurds :D as like armenians :D:D:D LOL
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#17 Dec 12, 2012
Syrian wrote:
Kurdish forces are now fighting the Syrian rebels!
Great Assad should arm them with heavy weapons and give those Turkish bastards a taste of it.
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#18 Dec 12, 2012
B_Girl_Turco wrote:
if a start 3WW we will sweep all kurds :D as like armenians :D:D:D LOL
You should be overthrowing Erdogan before Turkey goes up in flames.
edo ergo sum

United States

#19 Dec 12, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
There is a significant misunderstanding ...
The Kurds are killing not only Turks but also Kurds which do not support their cause .....
Cheers,
Exactly what the KLA was doing in Kosovo. So, your argument is.......NATO should bomb Ankara? That's a bit drastic, don't you think?
edo ergo sum

United States

#20 Dec 12, 2012
BTW: Turkey was a big supporter of the KLA, was it not?

Why it isn't supporting the PKK now is beyond me. LOL
edo ergo sum

United States

#21 Dec 12, 2012
Now, Turkey supports the SFA. What is it with Turkey? It provides material support to any neighbor wishing to overthrow its government, except for its own.

Sounds like just so much hypocritical crap to me. The Hypocrap Party, democracy hard at work. LOL

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