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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Turkey won't let NATO use its territory to attack Iran

President Obama's favorite Middle East leader will not allow NATO - of which his country is a member - to use his territory in an attack on Iran.
Turkey, a member of NATO, will not give the Alliance territory for a military strike on Iran, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said, RIA Novosti reports.

The official added that Turkey has been agitating NATO to avoid attacks on neighbors of Turkey and would continue the efforts. He concluded that the borders between Iran and turkey have been borders of peace and will remain that way.
We already knew that Turkey won't allow their territory to be used against Iraq, and I guess this means they won't allow it to be used against Syria either.

What could go wrong?

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At 2:32 AM, Blogger Captain.H said...

It's certainly not going to happen under the Obumbler and most likely not under any of the Republican pres. candidates, should any of them win in November, but it's past time for the US to push for the expulsion of Turkey from NATO. That should have been done years ago, when they played us for suckers over the Iraq liberation.

And the LAST thing we ought to do is to sell them F-35s or any more advanced military equipment. We may as well send a full set of blueprints to Iran, Russia and China.

At 2:51 AM, Blogger Will said...

As i said before Can they count on their missile shield to function?
They should NEVER have placed it in Turkey.


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