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    • David Israel
    • 05.12.09 | 05:12 (IST)

    These Swedes that you like so much are also silently digging the grave of the integrity of Turkey by supporting the Kurdish separation movement. They gave a Nobel prize to Orhan Pamuk after his words about the Armenian Genocide and Kurdish issue. When it comes to this you call the swedes no good but then when they reward an anti Israel person you suddenly like them. It does not work like that. The fact is - as much as you would like to believe that your case against PKK terrorism is different the Europeans do not think so - Israel and Turkey are on the same boat when it comes to fight terrorism. Don't make the mistake Enver Pasha did by ssiding witrh the wrong side one more time. This time you might lose half of what Ataturk and his company fought very hard to get.

    from the article: Goldstone wins human rights award from Sweden NGOs
    First published 04:27 04.12.09 | Last updated 18:21 04.12.09
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