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Turkey extends troop deployment in Iraq and Syria ahead of Kurdish vote
Published: 23.09.17, 23:12
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IRANIAN JEW ,   LALA LAND   (09.24.17)
Turks think they can erase everyone form everwhere. Kurds will one day get their own country. They are already handling the Iraqi part better than the main government. Muslim leaders have shown teh world that they have no leadership but just religious and tribe pride. That is their only motivation, and that is why they are always stuck on most issues of modern societies. That is teh real reason why Pails can't make friends with anyone.
2. Bully Turkey has to be restrained, Kurdistan be independent.
Steve Benassi ,   Minneapolis USA   (09.24.17)
3. Free Kurdistan Now - end the occupation
MadDad ,   Johannesburg   (09.24.17)
Where is the outrage?
Kurds have been occupied by Turks, Iraqis and Iranians for far to long
End the occupation now
4. no future with iraq or turkey
malik   (09.24.17)
kurds should arm themselves to the teeth, ensure support from key countries, ignore iran, turkey and even american warnings. go go go. might does the talking here.

israel understands even if zionist union doesn't that jews are on their own. forget about even the big powers and eu. if you want independence and survival, you have to fight for it.

5. world hypocrisy is immeasurable
C   (09.24.17)
they want to give the invented rag tag arab palestinians a state--but they
want to deny the kurds, an ancient people, occupied for centuries
any independence.
the charter of the united nations serves only the goals of powerful
nations and their lackey state.
6. absurd ....
steve s   (09.27.17)
The only ones making war like gestures is Turkey. It is astounding how hypocritical they have become. The independence of Kurdistan is entirely an Iraqi matter. No matter what the Turkish Parliament votes, intervention into Iraq would be an act of war, no matter how the Turks try to rationalize it. They are delusional.
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