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    • Abecassis
    • 12.01.10 | 14:31 (IST)

    Dejected by European Community (Especially Republican France which object certain ostentory religious apparats), unable to get from USA, even under Obama, complete clearance of the Turkish Genocide ofthe Armenians (under Erdogan, the matter has became for him at any rate National policy),Turkey is now getting involved in the THIRD CYCLE=Arabo-Islamic domaine. Unfortunately for Erdogan and his nation whose majority consideres itself as far more superior to the Arabs, and of course the Empathy of various Kurds nationalities, whether in Syria, Iran or Irak; here is the fundamental obstacles for Turkey. But Erdogan and his Pro-Islamic Party isn't there for ever, though his latest moves and conduct might have been motivated by the future elections, the Polls are showing disatisfaction with the current Turkish administration: less Tourists from all over, the economy suffers. So, lets cool off the frictions between

    from the article: Israel alone can't be blamed for row with Turkey
    First published 02:23 12.01.10 | Last updated 07:51 12.01.10
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