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    • Turk
    • 10.12.10 | 16:50 (IST)

    Who supported Turkiye in its fight against PKK terror? Arabs? No, Arabs were training PKK terrorists in Syria and in Palestinian camps. Who killed Armenian ASALA terrorists? Arabs? No, Arabs were training ASALA terrorists against Turkiye in Lebanon and in Palestinian camps. It was Israel who supported Turkiye against PKK and ASALA. On the other hand, in every opportunity Arabs backstabbed Turks since WWI. Arabs sold weapons to Greek Cypriot terrorist groups in 1950s and 60s to ethnicly cleanse Turks from Cyprus. Many Arab countries actively supported PKK and ASALA terror against Turkiye in 1980s and 90s. Arabs are only a cheer crowd now, they wouldn't hesitate to backstab Turks at any moment, as history proved many times. Have the Arabs initiated any economic ties with Turkish Cypriots? No, but Israel did. Have the Arabs ever supported Turkish causes in the US and at the UN? Of course not. But Israel did. It's better you learn history. By watching Turkish soap operas and by cheering in the streets Arabs's betrayals don't disappear.

    from the article: Turkey lauds 'new page' in ties with Israel, but still demands apology for Gaza flotilla raid
    First published 11:17 10.12.10 | Last updated 11:17 10.12.10
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