No need for the foreigners and for their decisions in the Middle East - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Yahya Yakupoglu
    • 16.09.13 | 21:11 (IDT)

    The outsiders cannot take decision on the destiny of the Middle East people. Russia, the US and Israel are the outsider in this region. This is a domestic affair for Turkey as the trustee of the Ottoman Empire and no one should intervene. Turkey has the scenario to bring peace to the region and Russia and the US cannot change it by signing meaningless agreements. The outsiders will understand soon that the outsiders cannot save the artificial dictators/kings that they assign for the artificial countries they created after WWII.

    from the article: Report: Netanyahu urged U.S. to accept Russian deal on Syria's chemical arms
    First published 14:30 16.09.13 | Last updated 11:07 16.09.13
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