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    • Erin Tas
    • 17.09.09 | 17:31 (IDT)

    i have lost 2 family members because of PKK terrorist bombings- although i personally have felt loss because of the Kurdish struggle and many other Turks have too, i don't lose sight of the cause and effect- the Kurds are treated as terrorists much like the Pals are in Israel- the Kurds are discriminated against and it shames me not only as a Turkish citizens but as a human being- i work hard to protest brutal government treatment of Kurds i protest for Kurdish rights and although i have suffered because of the Kurdish terrorists i can still seperate the two entities and when a terrorist attack happens (it can never be justified innocent lives can never be collateral damage) i don't delude myself that us Turks are wholly innocent- yet i believe most Israelis refuse to see the other side as nothing less then terrorists, can't you see that these people suffer every day and we are responsible- when they retaliate how can you ask why? you already know

    from the article: UN must hold Obama to same standard as Israel
    First published 02:21 17.09.09 | Last updated 18:52 17.09.09
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