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June 26th, 2012, 11:41 am #1

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

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June 26th, 2012, 11:59 am #2

"Such reconnaissance flights were done before too"

Nuff said!

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June 26th, 2012, 12:04 pm #3

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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June 26th, 2012, 12:16 pm #4

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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great respects to the father r.i.p to his son

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June 26th, 2012, 12:17 pm #5

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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I wish the pilot is still alive. War indeed is not the answer now you cant expect for Erdogan to go into war. I do agree with him that Assad is a big puzzy and the Syrian people brothers as he said.

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June 26th, 2012, 12:23 pm #6

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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He`s really a brave man, i wish the best to him and his family.
May his son rest in peace.
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June 26th, 2012, 12:31 pm #7

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

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@Beryoza;
+1 my friend,

But fact when a country goes war,they dont ask to fathers, idiots decide it.
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June 26th, 2012, 12:35 pm #8

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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Rest In peaces...

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June 26th, 2012, 2:31 pm #9

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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Take a good look, thats a man bigger than all of us. Not by age but by soul and spirit. I wish his son rests in peace :P

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June 26th, 2012, 2:45 pm #10

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

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RIP

Now many peace-loving good "Muslims" are likely to claim that he is of Alevi origin.
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June 26th, 2012, 3:30 pm #11

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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"great respects to the father r.i.p to his son"

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June 26th, 2012, 7:01 pm #12

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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RIP to our pilots. Admirable father.
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June 26th, 2012, 9:40 pm #13

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

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The first time in Waff we hear of a Turk that does not have the "Arab Islamic honor mentality".

Most of the sad Turkrabs of Waff totally disagree with him, they think they need a hot conflict or war to restore "honor".

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June 26th, 2012, 10:08 pm #14

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

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Admirable maturity from a father who is in deep sorrow.


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June 26th, 2012, 10:08 pm #15

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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Father has much more dignity than Turkish political elite.

He knows that his son was on a risky mission, serving his countrie and he accepts the loss despite the pain. And he knows that war means thousands of fathers like him will have to suffer for nothing but Davutoglus PR .

R.I.P to his son.

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June 27th, 2012, 7:56 am #16

'No war over my son,' father of missing Turkish pilot says



It would not be right for a country to go to war over a pilot, the father of missing pilot Capt. Gökhan Ertan said in regards to the crisis over Syria's downing of a Turkish jet.

Ertan's father Ali Erton (Ertan changed his surname from Erton) spoke to broadcaster Samanyolu at his residence in the southeastern province of Malatya yesterday.

Turkey is not a country that would go to war because another country killed one of their pilots, according to Erton. It is not appropriate for a country to go to war over a pilot, an airplane or 50 airplanes, Erton said. The missing pilots father said he was aware of the possibility that his son could have been killed when the plane he was in was shot down by Syria.

What matters is that my son serves his country, Erton said. I am a man of faith and do not believe martyrs ever die.

Osman Aksoy, the father of the second missing pilot Lt. Hüseyin Aksoy, said he talked to his son on June 19, three days before the incident. We are following the developments on television, and [Hüseyin Aksoy's] brother is keeping us informed from Malatya. We are holding our hopes high, Aksoy told reporters at his home in Istanbul's Baclar district.

Such reconnaissance flights were done before too, [and now] our state has given that duty to my son, Aksoy said

All options for action against Syria were on the table, including the right to military retaliation, the Turkish government said yesterday. The government has vowed to keep its rights stemming from international law reserved.

Two pilots were still missing today after an unarmed Turkish military plane conducting a test mission was shot down by Syria on June 22. Turkey claims the plane was shot down in international airspace with a laser or heat-guided missile. Syria, however, says they shot the plane down with anti-aircraft guns as the plane flew within Syrian airspace at an altitude of 100 meters.

June/26/2012

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/no-war ... sCatID=341

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WTF is with all the R.I.P? have hope maybe they are in Syrian hospital, interrogation, prison.
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