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Turks are like... yoink my land now
EU media is really fake bro they have even no respect to their own people
they invaded because of fake flag, so yes they are invadin and will annex the land if not stopped
Oh hell yeah dawg, Western media tells the truth.
ErGODan is trying to rebuild Ottoman Empire. After the invasion in middle east is done, his new route will be Balkans, and then middle Europe. This time, he will take control of Vien, unlike Suleiman I
American news are all made up bs, many of them have been using videos from 2016 and some of them were using weapon training footage and calling it "Turks slaughtering Kurds" but they don't know that about 20% of Turkish population is Kurds. Millions of Kurds have been living among us for decades, but suddenly we started killing our own citizens, according to the USA media. What is this shit lol
It's been almost 2 full weeks since the operation started. Official reports declared that 600+ terrorist were eliminated. If the aim of the operation was to change the demographic structure of the region or to invade the lands or to extinct the Kurds who lives in Syria, would the number of deaths be so small? I've served Turkish army for decent amount of time and I can assure that they won't kill any civilian on purpose
I came here for read this comments
Not Turkish comar for sure
Iran, Israel, Usa, Russia can into the war however they wants but when Turkey enters Syria for make some safe zone rest of europe get mad
They are building kebab shops in Syria
Turkey is not in Syria... It’s in Asia
sryy but %90 news is fake...
its anti-turkish news
Safety zone or not, they are invading another country. And their attack on kurds, has resulted in ISIS fighters escaping. No matter who you like, you should be wondering, why the turkish borders wasnt fortified under ISIS rule, why they didnt need a safety zone under ISIS rule. Oil trucks went in to Turkey on daily basis under ISIS rule, and only big companies are capable of handling raw oil. You dont need to be a genius, to figure this out...
Hatay airport was a verified way-station for arriving foreign fighters, many of whom could openly
arrive dressed in military fatigues without attracting undue attention from
security personnel. CNN correspondent Nick Paton Walsh described one
visit to the airport in November 2013:
As we flew in, there were two men from Mauritania, one with a limp, accompanied
by a woman from Tunisia. On another flight which we saw land, two young men
with large backpacks, coming from Benghazi. On another, four Libyans, also from
Then a young, bearded man with a noticeably thick northern British accent, there
to collect a friend from Leicester—the pair absolutely don’t want to talk, especially
when I offered them a CNN business card. Then come the Egyptians, and a Gulf
Arab—he sounded Saudi—who frantically kissed and embraced the bemused
driver there to pick him up
If you blindly trust turkish media then sure.
All other medias vs AKP media