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Bürgerkrieg in der Türkei

Erstellt von Damien, 24.12.2015, 23:26 Uhr · 920 Antworten · 43.951 Aufrufe

  1. #321
    Avatar von Balta

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    2700 Kurdische Dorfschützer unterstützen die Operationen gegen die Terroristen mit.





    Im September 2015 wollte man 5 Tausend neue aufnehmen aber es haben sich glatt 20 Tausend gemeldet.^^

  2. #322

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    Fehler im Bijji System! Error, Errror! @ Lube

  3. #323
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    Äm was ist los mit Kurden?

  4. #324
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    Zitat Zitat von lotus Beitrag anzeigen
    Äm was ist los mit Kurden?
    PKKler und Kurden sind was anderes du Depp.

  5. #325
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    Zitat Zitat von Cypriot Beitrag anzeigen
    PKKler und Kurden sind was anderes du Depp.
    Ich bin kein Depp, man sollte dir Anstand beibringen.

  6. #326
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    Zitat Zitat von lotus Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich bin kein Depp, man sollte dir Anstand beibringen.
    Bei deinem provozierenden Beitrag habe ich kein anderes Wort gefunden.

  7. #327
    Avatar von lotus

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    Ich rede nicht mit Patienten wie dich.

  8. #328
    JazzMaTazz
    Pkaka <3

  9. #329
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    Turkey's Murderous Assault on Kurds


    The Turks have begun another massacre in Kurdistan, this time bigger than before, and imposing curfews to pin down their victims. It is the latest demonstration of
    Turkey's 90-year-old extermination campaign against the Kurdish population.

    In Turkey's Kurdistan, since August 16, there have been 52 open-ended, round-the-clock curfews affecting 17 towns, in which approximately 1,299,061 people reside
    (2014 population census), according to the Human Rights Foundation of Turkey (TIHV).
    Those are predominantly Kurdish towns.

    During these curfews, the Turkish military and police have targeted, terrorized and demolished entire Kurdish neighborhoods. The curfews are accompanied by military assaults against civilian populations –
    their homes, businesses, offices, historical monuments, reservoirs and infrastructure, are being bombed and destroyed. As Ziya Pir, a deputy of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) said:
    "The soldiers, police or some unregistered people
    that I call 'head hunters' rake through everything from top to bottom wherever they see life."

    The Turks are using aerial bombardment, sniper fire, artillery fire, tanks, helicopters and thousands of soldiers. When someone is wounded or gets seriously sick, and their family members need
    to take them to hospital, they are shot by snipers, or sometimes they are shot just at the windows of their homes.

    In the Kurdish town of Silopi, police vehicles broadcast announcements that it is forbidden to look out of the windows.
    Turkey's Murderous Assault on Kurds

  10. #330
    Avatar von Tigerfish

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    Zitat Zitat von Sonne-2012 Beitrag anzeigen
    Turkey's Murderous Assault on Kurds


    The Turks have begun another massacre in Kurdistan, this time bigger than before, and imposing curfews to pin down their victims. It is the latest demonstration of
    Turkey's 90-year-old extermination campaign against the Kurdish population.

    In Turkey's Kurdistan, since August 16, there have been 52 open-ended, round-the-clock curfews affecting 17 towns, in which approximately 1,299,061 people reside
    (2014 population census), according to the Human Rights Foundation of Turkey (TIHV).
    Those are predominantly Kurdish towns.

    During these curfews, the Turkish military and police have targeted, terrorized and demolished entire Kurdish neighborhoods. The curfews are accompanied by military assaults against civilian populations –
    their homes, businesses, offices, historical monuments, reservoirs and infrastructure, are being bombed and destroyed. As Ziya Pir, a deputy of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) said:
    "The soldiers, police or some unregistered people
    that I call 'head hunters' rake through everything from top to bottom wherever they see life."

    The Turks are using aerial bombardment, sniper fire, artillery fire, tanks, helicopters and thousands of soldiers. When someone is wounded or gets seriously sick, and their family members need
    to take them to hospital, they are shot by snipers, or sometimes they are shot just at the windows of their homes.

    In the Kurdish town of Silopi, police vehicles broadcast announcements that it is forbidden to look out of the windows.
    Turkey's Murderous Assault on Kurds

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