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    11 killed, 36 injured in bomb attack on police vehicle in Istanbul

    https://www.rt.com/news/345642-turkey-bus-stop-blast/


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        Originally posted by Azad View Post
        Mostly riot police were victims
        General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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            So what do turks think of all these freedom fighter's attacks?

            "“German job” was the headline of an almost full page story on the Istanbul attack in pro-government daily Güneş yesterday, accompanied by a giant photo of the attack scene, with a much smaller “Turkey thinks so” addition.

            According to the story, “Germany’s deep state could not stomach Turkey’s reaction [to the bill] at the highest level. It panicked and resorted to its old ways, having the terrorist groups it uses as tools stage a bloody attack in Istanbul.”

            Daily Akşam, which belongs to the same media group as Güneş, had a different culprit in mind.

            Zoroastrians,” was its headline, arguing that the PKK, “which embraces the prehistoric religion of Zoroastrianism in which fire is deemed sacred,” was behind the attack.

            Zoroastrianism was not a culprit Akşam came up with itself. It was indeed Erdoğan, who on various occasions with the latest being on May 28 in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır, said the PKK consisted of “atheists and Zoroastrians.”

            In addition, millions of people in Turkey believe that Armenians are behind the PKK, and many of the outlawed organization’s members, including its imprisoned leader, Abdullah Öcalan, are of Armenian origin.

            Inspired by such an environment, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said on June 7 that the Russian media was run by Armenians “who especially try to poison the Russian nation against the Turkish nation.”

            http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/Def...&NewsCatID=497

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              BREAKING: 2 soldiers killed, 4 injured in clashes with PKK

              https://www.turkishminute.com/2016/0...d-clashes-pkk/

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                Weapons taken by Gerillas from the Turkish army after clashes in Colemêrg

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                  Not sure if this is new or reposted recently. "Kurds put heavy weapons against Turks military police base"

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                    PKK Finally got anti tank missiles inside turkey. The new videos are after 0:50 ENJOY!

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                      looks like this IED got defused. You can see what the PKK is using

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