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July 1st, 2017, 1:10 am #1

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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July 1st, 2017, 1:18 am #2

So what's the good evidence? Turkey doesn't have the resources to play the types of games the US plays. SUpporting terrorist orgs while fighting them at the same time. We trained, funded and armed fsa which we also gave military support to take a fair chunk of land from IS.
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July 1st, 2017, 1:50 am #3

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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******** brainwashing crap article.... Maybe they should actually compare the amount of arrested ISIS by Turkey and the amount of them they have killed too the rest of the Anti Isis coalition? Just the fact that Turkey has 3 million refuges they are taking care of is way more then what anyone else has done.. Without even pulling a trigger.


While our allies Germany and my home the U.S supply weapons to mother F@cker who destroy civilian infrastructure for kurdish areas and kill innocent police officers not to mention own the drug & human trafficking trade from the middle east to Europe?

Fact is Obama and the Clinton's created all this **** and have so much blood on their hands its ridiculous.. Most of the rest of the world can see it. Hence why a lot of them are now turning away from us.
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July 1st, 2017, 6:15 am #4

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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The arresting of Isis came in later stage of the chaos in the region, Erdogan's son was buying Iraqi and Syrian Stolen oil from Isis and was transferring to Israel with its fleet of ships. isis members were using Turkish Airports and road to transfer man and weapons to Syria and Iraq. All of these are well documented just move your finger and do a google search if you don"t believe.
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July 1st, 2017, 9:39 am #5

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Look in your own backyard you inbreed sheeple kunts
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July 1st, 2017, 12:16 pm #6

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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terrorism is enemy of humanity and both ypg and isis are terroist organizations. whoever support any of them will be cursed for next generations.
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July 1st, 2017, 12:55 pm #7

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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US citizens accusing Turkey of turning a blind eye to CIA product ISIS, that's rich!
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July 1st, 2017, 5:43 pm #8

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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I see the unrelated response from an uneducated fool with dirty mouth. You know how the Turks are described in Iran and Germany? The reason being people like you that are making other Turks look bad.In matter of fact inbreeding is very common in Turkey that's why you have transgender problem.
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July 2nd, 2017, 6:48 am #9

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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^ lol ignores 5 other Turks and singles out the Turk that swore as representative of the majority.


And he talks about trannys.. Siavosh was on UK big brother :D


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July 2nd, 2017, 6:53 am #10

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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"Erdogan's son was buying Iraqi and Syrian Stolen oil from Isis and was transferring to Israel with its fleet of ships. isis members were using Turkish Airports and road to transfer man and weapons to Syria and Iraq. All of these are well documented just move your finger and do a google search if you don"t believe."


You can find anyone claiming anything on google. Where is the "good evidence". Thank you for the suggestion though after checking under my couch and behind the door I stopped looking, never would of thought of google.
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July 2nd, 2017, 6:56 am #11

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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USA is the father of terrorism


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July 2nd, 2017, 7:13 am #12

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Charlie if you seat in a glass house do not throw ston,Searching google for those pictures will be saved forever in the google history.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06 ... espite-cr/

Hey I found a picture of you fighting for your right Charlie:


https://www.google.ca/search?q=turkish+ ... lUPg22PWxM:
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July 2nd, 2017, 7:18 am #13

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Yet a better picture Charlie arkadaś:


https://www.google.ca/search?q=turkish+ ... A6JC3OSxnM:


Your parents must be very proud of you arkadaś!
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July 2nd, 2017, 8:24 am #14

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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Ok you do know that nearly everyone was buying that oil. Why don't you focus on Israel the supposed purchaser as well.

What I find disturbing is when people and journalists demonise one group of terrorists and show another as angels.

Eric, you do know that the angelic YPG that you seem to be infatuated with. İs forcing children to fight. Two days ago they arrested a father of two girls, and will not release him till he hands over his underage daughters to enlist.
Today a 13 year old boy who was in the YPG died in afrin from shelling.
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July 2nd, 2017, 6:37 pm #15

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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The YPG is another Israeli project to put Erdogan on its place. Isreal is playing its cards nicely. No shots were fired at Isreal but the stupid Moslems are killing each other in thousands and destroying their infrastructure and military. Unfortunately Turkey played right into the hand of the globalist.
Look at the reshuffling of the region, new alliances and new weapon deals. The next war is planned and stupid Moslem will again pay the price.
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July 2nd, 2017, 11:36 pm #16

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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"Charlie if you seat in a glass house do not throw ston"


I suggest you take your own advice. Your house has as many windows as mine and I have a better arm 😉

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July 3rd, 2017, 2:31 am #17

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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You can find anyone claiming anything on google. Where is the "good evidence". Thank you for the suggestion though after checking under my couch and behind the door I stopped looking, never would of thought of google.
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Are you seriously trying to claim that Turkey and ppl close to Erdogan were not involved in the I S illegal oil trade?

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July 3rd, 2017, 5:20 am #18

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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USA is the father of terrorism
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USSR is the father of modern (last 100 years) terrorism
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July 3rd, 2017, 7:16 am #19

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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What a lame response Charlie. Pathetic
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July 3rd, 2017, 7:21 am #20

Turkey’s Blind Eye Toward the Islamic State

Podcast—the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend

Turkey is a member of NATO, an American ally and a bulwark against the broiling chaos of the Middle East. That’s the story at least. The truth is far more complicated. Recently, U.S. Pres. Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the YPG—Kurdish fighters whose territory spreads across northern Syria. No one likes Daesh, and the Kurds have done an incredible job pushing back against the religious zealots.

But Turkey has a venomous relationship with the YPG, and Turkish Pres. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called them terrorists. Worse, there’s good evidence that Turkey is helping, or at least turning a blind eye to, Islamic State activity on its border.

This week on War College, war correspondent Norma Costello walks us through the complicated history of the Kurds, Turkey and Islamic State. According to Costello, the state-sponsored violence against the Kurds in southeast Turkey is one of the great unreported tragedies of the 21st century, and that Erdogan’s support of Islamic State is a calculated strategy to suppress the Kurds in Turkey.



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"USSR is the father of modern (last 100 years) terrorism"

US is the father and mother and grand parents of nowadays (last 20 years) terrorism.
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