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Originally posted by NewsWorthy
Turkey has Nukes to so I doubt they wanna start tossing WMD's around..Turkey is HUGE by Comparison to Israel so while most of Turkey would probably be uninhabitable for a while if Nukes were used, Israel would be a myth revolving around a whole in the ground.
I don't think Turkey would be able to wage a successful campaign against Israel on its own turf.
the diplomatic and economic repercussions would be enough to deter Turkey.
In short- Turkey's the one that should be scared of doing anything if that nature, too bad it's run by a child. Seems like an empty threat.
Israel, next to USA, already trains and arms the PKK with weapons. Known fact. Besides, Kurds are our brothers as I've already mentioned in another thread. It's just the PKK trying to devide the folks in Turkey in order to destabilize the area and split Turkey into a thousand parts. Zionists do see Turkish territory as holy land.
Originally posted by Kemal
reply to post by nusnus
Not sure about the Israelis, but I don't really think they have as worthwile as we do. Killing civilians with aircraft is just chicken.
Iran shelled northern Iraqi villages on Friday, damaging farms, in the latest bombardment since the Islamic Republic began a campaign against Kurdish separatists in July, an official said.
The shelling came as Human Rights Watch accused Iran and Turkey of failing to ensure the safety of civilians while carrying out strikes against separatists in northern Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region.
"Iranian artillery began new shelling against border villages" in the area of Qalat Dizah, its mayor Hassan Abdullah said.
"The shelling caused serious damage to the farms of citizens in the villages," he said.
The shelling began about 5:30 p.m. (1430 GMT) and lasted an hour.
In July, Iran launched a major offensive against separatists from the Party of Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK), targeting their bases in Iraqi Kurdistan along the Iran-Iraq border, and shelling the area for weeks.