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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Stupid Jews training Turks to use drones

A delegation of 20 Turkish officers and soldiers arrived in Israel on Tuesday for a two-week visit, during which they will be taught to operate Heron drones like the one pictured that are newly purchased from Israel.
Turkey has purchased 10 Heron drones for an estimated $190 million. Six of them have already been delivered. The Turkish delegation, which also includes senior government officials, is expected to return to Ankara with the remaining four drones.

The drones, which are manufactured by the Israel Aerospace Industries and Elbit Systems, are used by the Turkish military to gather intelligence in the ongoing conflict with Kurdish insurgents. More than 300 insurgents have been killed by Turkish forces in the past few days.

IDF and Israel Aerospace Industries instructors were sent to Turkey in order to train military personnel to use the drones, but they recently returned to Israel in light of the heightened tensions over the flotilla raid.

The Israeli instructors are expected to return to Turkey at some point in the future.
Did you all get that? The IDF called back its instructors from Turkey because it was afraid they would be attacked by the Turks so instead we invite 20 Turks from Erdogan's military to come here to learn to use one of our most advanced drones! Is there no limit to our stupidity? Do we expect Erdogan to suddenly lay off us in all the international forums in which he has attacked us because we're being nice to his Islamist country? Why are we taking Turkey's side against the Kurds (for now) and maybe against ourselves by training the Turks to use these drones? Absurd!


At 12:18 PM, Blogger Chrysler 300M said...

the software is Israeli, so it can be changed.

If we don´t want, these drones won´t fly anywhere

At 2:33 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

I agree its stupid - Turkey is an enemy country. Why is Israel still supplying it with military know-how?

What could go wrong indeed


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