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Why are Turkey supporting the FSA

 
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11/26/2012 07:58 AM
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Why are Turkey supporting the FSA
Simple enough question, anybody got any idea?
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11/26/2012 08:05 AM
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Re: Why are Turkey supporting the FSA
Simple enough question, anybody got any idea?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28389045


IMHO there is PKK forces at the northern syria region and if there is an uprising against assad which there is currently, the Kurds will have the ultimate power with the other kurds in northern IRAQ region so all these issues are very important for us, so supporting FSA is not only important for us, its crucial.

Also majority in Turkey are sunni muslims and essad is not sunni, he is supported by iran and we dont want iran to take over control in middle east.

So thats the another reason to support FSA.

Look, in iraq MALIKI is the president, he is the friend of IRAN, we dont want another IRAN supporter in this region.

Look, MALIKI is now starting fights with kurds within northern IRAQ, just because of this Barzani needs us.

Good for us, bad for Iran.

This is it. Its nothing to do with FSA, its all about iran, russia and china, behind the scenes.
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11/26/2012 08:20 AM
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Re: Why are Turkey supporting the FSA
Simple enough question, anybody got any idea?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28389045


IMHO there is PKK forces at the northern syria region and if there is an uprising against assad which there is currently, the Kurds will have the ultimate power with the other kurds in northern IRAQ region so all these issues are very important for us, so supporting FSA is not only important for us, its crucial.

Also majority in Turkey are sunni muslims and essad is not sunni, he is supported by iran and we dont want iran to take over control in middle east.

So thats the another reason to support FSA.

Look, in iraq MALIKI is the president, he is the friend of IRAN, we dont want another IRAN supporter in this region.

Look, MALIKI is now starting fights with kurds within northern IRAQ, just because of this Barzani needs us.

Good for us, bad for Iran.

This is it. Its nothing to do with FSA, its all about iran, russia and china, behind the scenes.
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^ pretty much what this guy says
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11/26/2012 08:34 AM
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Re: Why are Turkey supporting the FSA
Simple enough question, anybody got any idea?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28389045


IMHO there is PKK forces at the northern syria region and if there is an uprising against assad which there is currently, the Kurds will have the ultimate power with the other kurds in northern IRAQ region so all these issues are very important for us, so supporting FSA is not only important for us, its crucial.

Also majority in Turkey are sunni muslims and essad is not sunni, he is supported by iran and we dont want iran to take over control in middle east.

So thats the another reason to support FSA.

Look, in iraq MALIKI is the president, he is the friend of IRAN, we dont want another IRAN supporter in this region.

Look, MALIKI is now starting fights with kurds within northern IRAQ, just because of this Barzani needs us.

Good for us, bad for Iran.

This is it. Its nothing to do with FSA, its all about iran, russia and china, behind the scenes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28500975


bullshit, we r just a pawn doing the dirty work for imperial forces because they can not do it directly by themselves like Iraq before. They divide Iraq, Libya, Syria so guess who is next and remember the old saying; don't get into nuptial with someone elses' dick
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11/26/2012 08:53 AM
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Re: Why are Turkey supporting the FSA
Simple enough question, anybody got any idea?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28389045


IMHO there is PKK forces at the northern syria region and if there is an uprising against assad which there is currently, the Kurds will have the ultimate power with the other kurds in northern IRAQ region so all these issues are very important for us, so supporting FSA is not only important for us, its crucial.

Also majority in Turkey are sunni muslims and essad is not sunni, he is supported by iran and we dont want iran to take over control in middle east.

So thats the another reason to support FSA.

Look, in iraq MALIKI is the president, he is the friend of IRAN, we dont want another IRAN supporter in this region.

Look, MALIKI is now starting fights with kurds within northern IRAQ, just because of this Barzani needs us.

Good for us, bad for Iran.

This is it. Its nothing to do with FSA, its all about iran, russia and china, behind the scenes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28500975


bullshit, we r just a pawn doing the dirty work for imperial forces because they can not do it directly by themselves like Iraq before. They divide Iraq, Libya, Syria so guess who is next and remember the old saying; don't get into nuptial with someone elses' dick
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1282177


Although i agree with you, there is nothing we can do other than using Nato to prevent whats about to happen very soon.

It`ll probably cause much more problems like a real world war, etc...

But, there is no other option, we cant sit back and watch the things happen in the middle east anymore, Pandora`s Box has been opened and it wont close without a major event.
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11/26/2012 09:08 AM
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Re: Why are Turkey supporting the FSA
Simple enough question, anybody got any idea?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28389045


IMHO there is PKK forces at the northern syria region and if there is an uprising against assad which there is currently, the Kurds will have the ultimate power with the other kurds in northern IRAQ region so all these issues are very important for us, so supporting FSA is not only important for us, its crucial.

Also majority in Turkey are sunni muslims and essad is not sunni, he is supported by iran and we dont want iran to take over control in middle east.

So thats the another reason to support FSA.

Look, in iraq MALIKI is the president, he is the friend of IRAN, we dont want another IRAN supporter in this region.

Look, MALIKI is now starting fights with kurds within northern IRAQ, just because of this Barzani needs us.

Good for us, bad for Iran.

This is it. Its nothing to do with FSA, its all about iran, russia and china, behind the scenes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28500975


bullshit, we r just a pawn doing the dirty work for imperial forces because they can not do it directly by themselves like Iraq before. They divide Iraq, Libya, Syria so guess who is next and remember the old saying; don't get into nuptial with someone elses' dick
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1282177


Although i agree with you, there is nothing we can do other than using Nato to prevent whats about to happen very soon.

It`ll probably cause much more problems like a real world war, etc...

But, there is no other option, we cant sit back and watch the things happen in the middle east anymore, Pandora`s Box has been opened and it wont close without a major event.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28500975


Dont be pessimistic, pandora's box has been opened many times before like in 1920s. "No option" is an exaction. We have options and we need solutions stem from this region. No other solution besides neibouring countries agree will be a doom in the long term even if you think you get the best.

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