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    • David Israel
    • 18.01.10 | 00:23 (IST)

    The PKK with only light arms like AK47s and home made IEDs should not worry you too but your military strikes them with fighter jets modernized in Israel, using Israeli Heron's for intelligence and the Israeli modified Tanks. So please be fair. After all Israel is supporting Turkish causes in every platform while Arabs are against Turkish causes in Cyprus and Lebanon has passed a law recognizing th eArmenian atrocities of 1915 as Genocide. Wake up and be fair.

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    First published 08:52 17.01.10 | Last updated 15:41 17.01.10
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