Tayyip is right but actually not right, he has double standards - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • mehmet
    • 11.04.10 | 22:53 (IDT)

    Tayyip Erdogan is an islamist. He has an islamic agenda for Turkey. Because of his ignorance he sees Turkey through a magnified glass and he thinks Turkey can become a world power without science and technology. When he says he is against Iranian nukes, he is not honest. I am sure he wants an Iranian nuke. He would rather prefer a Saudi actually, his heart is Wahabi... He would never want a Turkish nuke, his real cause is islam, not Turkey, he is ethnically a Turk (or a Georgi. Having said all that, I agree with him that Israel should be under full scrutiny and pressure by the world for its nukes. This pressure will never materialize because of the Israel lobby in the US, despite all the recent alleged tensions. But unless Israel is too criticized for nukes, do not expect the world to have any sympathy for Israel. Israel can theoretically wipe Germany off the map by nuking it. Germans accept this like sheeps. We Turks are sheeps but I did not know that Germans were sheeps too.

    from the article: Turkey: World is turning a blind eye to Israel's nuclear weapons
    First published 16:49 11.04.10 | Last updated 17:31 11.04.10
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