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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish Cypriots will be heading to a presidential election next April, the campaign of which will apparently be very colorful.
News coming from across the Atlantic is getting more to the point: It is in Turkey’s best interest to join the coalition and fight the ISIL terrorists
Many people would remember the bold statements like, “What is NATO doing in Libya?” One would have thought Turkey was against the Libya operation
Does it make any difference if Turkish hostages were released by the heinous ISIL terrorists as part of a swap, or because of the outstanding diplomatic capabilities of the Turkish intelligence?
It’s just a tale, one of the greatest tales. It’s probably never ever happened in the real world, or perhaps the worst might have happened, who knows?
Many people have lost faith in the Cyprus negotiations, considering that no substantial progress was achieved since they were “reincarnated” last February.
Turkey’s active participation in any Western war on Islamist terrorism, be it related to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), al-Qaeda or any other heinous gang using Islam to advance their evil propaganda, is of great importance. Why?
Believe it or not Turkey and the US have agreed during Secretary of State John Kerry’s one-day trip to Ankara that they will cooperate in the fight against terrorism. What will the two countries do?
There appears to be a sharp turn in Turkey back toward the West. While just the other day support for Turkey’s membership in the European Union was negligible, the majority of Turks now support EU admission.
It appears that describing the pro-government media with the modest “allegiant media” description will not suffice, and we will soon have to move on to a more saddening “smarmy media” description.
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