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Türkei droht Israel im Gaza-Streit mit "Plan B"

Erstellt von Alp Arslan, 02.09.2011, 12:26 Uhr · 350 Antworten · 19.960 Aufrufe

  1. #331

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    Zitat Zitat von Yunan Beitrag anzeigen
    Es kommt auf die Umstände an. Wenn irgendwelche Griechen durchdrehen und Mist bauen, dann sind sie eben selbst schuld.
    Was für "durchdrehen"? Du Idiot willst der Türkei doch nur eine Auswischen. Als ob diese Leute RPG und AK´s nach Palästina transportiert haben. Außerdem ist es Fakt, dass die Piraten die Mavi Marmara auf internationalem Gewässer gekappert und Zivilisten massakriert haben. Israel muss sich entschuldigen und Entschädigung zahlen.

  2. #332
    Yunan
    Alles klar, du Honk.

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    Zitat Zitat von Yunan Beitrag anzeigen
    Alles klar, du Honk.
    Na, hast es wohl endlich gerafft?

  4. #334
    Yunan
    Ja, das du abgrundtief dumm bist und keine von Thema hast, du Antisemit und Nationalist.
    Tschüss.

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    Zitat Zitat von Yunan Beitrag anzeigen
    Ja, das du abgrundtief dumm bist und keine von Thema hast, du Antisemit und Nationalist.
    Tschüss.
    Ich hätte mehr von dir erwartet Cobane :

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    Daumen runter

    Zitat Zitat von Alp Arslan Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich hätte mehr von dir erwartet Cobane :
    ja birak su geri zekali aptali,bos bosuna zamanini harciyorsun böylelerine

  7. #337
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    Scheiss Israel.

  8. #338
    AyYıldız
    Plan C: Cutting trade ties Israel



    Wednesday, September 7, 2011
    İpek Yezdani
    ISTANBUL

    ‘Plan C’ includes cutting off trade ties with Israel tell experts, while PM says Turkish navy ships would ‘show up’ more frequently in the East Med




    This file photo shows the Turkish Navy leaving the naval base in Aksaz on the southeast coast of the Aegean Sea in order to join international navy forces. PM Erdoğan signaled Tuesday that Turkey’s Navy will appear more in the Med. AA photo



    Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Erdoğan said on Tuesday Turkish Navy ships would “show up” more frequently in the East Mediterranean as part of measures that he referred to as “Plan B” against Israel. Erdoğan also mentioned a possible new “Plan C” in Turkey’s Israel policy. “Different steps can be taken according to new developments,” he said. An order for the dispatch of Turkish Navy ships has not been issued yet, Daily News has learned from the Prime Ministry.

    Former Turkish Ambassador to Israel Onur Gökçe said new measures in a Plan C could only mean cutting economic and trade ties with Israel. “Tough measures are already being taken against Israel, now the only thing left is the trade ties between the two countries. The most influential sanction against Israel would be taking economic measures by cutting off trade,” Gökçe said. Ali Faik Demir, an associate professor in the international relations department at Galatasaray University, said besides cutting off trade ties, taking tougher measures against Israel would also mean trying to discredit Israel in the international arena because of its regional policies in the Middle East and Mediterranean.

    Ankara on Friday said it would take action to ensure the safety of maritime navigation in the East Mediterranean as part of measures against Israel.“The meaning of that is not clear,” Israel Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yigal Palmor told the Hürriyet Daily News on Wednesday in response to Ankara’s position.

    “What does it mean? How many ships? How often and where will they be sailing? We can’t comment on hypothetical scenarios. Everyone is free to sail in international waters. Turkey is not an enemy country. Its presence in international waters would not bother any country. We do not think there is an intention to create an incident, that would be very bad. There is no need to escalate the tension,”
    Palmor said.

    Plan C: Cutting trade ties Israel - Hurriyet Daily News
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    Über den Sender "Democracy Now"

    Democracy Now
    Democracy Now (eigene Schreibweise: Democracy Now!) ist ein US-amerikanisches Politikmagazin im nichtkommerziellen Rundfunk, das international von über 700 Hörfunk-, Fernseh- und Internetsendern übernommen wird. Produziert wird die Sendung, die sich den Claim The war and peace report gewählt hat, von dem Radionetzwerk Pacifica Radio.
    Democracy Now wurde 1996 von Journalisten um Amy Goodman und Juan Gonzalez gegründet. Goodman ist auch die Hauptmoderatorin der Sendung. Das Magazin ist politisch unabhängig und finanziert sich über Spenden.
    Ursprünglich wurde die Show von der Station WBAI in New York ausgestrahlt, um das Jahr 2001 war sie vorübergehend nur über WFMU (unter dem Namen Democracy Now In Exile) empfangbar, da es einen Konflikt über die Kontrolle von WBAI gab. Die Sendezentrale wurde daraufhin in ein umfunktioniertes Feuerwehrgebäude umgesiedelt von wo das Magazin noch heute übertragen wird. Schließlich brachten Zuhörerinnen und Zuhörer durch ihre Proteste die Sendung wieder auf WBAI zurück.[1]

    Auszeichnungen [Bearbeiten]

    1998 erhielt Democracy Now für die Radiodokumentation Drilling and Killing. Chevron and Nigeria’s Oil Dictatorship den George Polk Award.
    2008 erhielt die Gründerin Amy Goodman für die „Entwicklung eines innovativen Modells wahrhaft unabhängigen politischen Journalismus“ den Right Livelihood Award (auch bekannt als „Alternativer Nobelpreis“).
    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy_Now



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    Auszüge aus dem vielzitierten UN-Bericht mit Link zum ganzen Bericht als PDF file:

    "The speedboats were shortly followed by combat helicopters. IDF personnel began firing on the Mavi Marmara from both the speedboats and helicopters before boarding had commenced. This included the use of live fire .... bullets. Two passengers were killed by shots from the helicopters before the first soldiers had boarded the vessel. The Captain immediately changed the vessel’s course to the open sea on a bearing of 270º, but Israeli naval frigates approached the vessel from the starboard bow and forced the convoy to turn back towards Israeli waters."

    "As a consequence nine passengers were killed. Turkish autopsy reports concluded that five of the deceased were shot in the head at close range."
    Furkan Doğan received five gunshot wounds in the back of his head, nose, left leg, left ankle and in the back, all from close range. A citizen of the United States, Mr. Doğan was a 19-year-old high school student with ambitions of becoming a medical doctor. Mr. Doğan’s motionless, wounded body was kicked and shot upon, execution-style by two Israeli soldiers.

    -Cengiz Akyüz received four gunshot wounds, in the back of his head, right side of his face, the back and the left leg. Mr. Akyüz was married and a 41-year-old father of three.

    -Ali Haydar Bengi received a total of six gunshot wounds, in the left side of his chest, belly, right arm, right leg and twice in the left hand. Mr. Bengi was married, a 39-year-old father of four.

    -İbrahim Bilgen received four gunshot wounds, in the right temple, right chest, right hip and back. Mr. Bilgen was married, 61-year-old father of six, who worked as an electrical engineer.

    -Cevdet Kılıçlar, a photographer, was killed by a single distant shot to the middle of the forehead. He was shot most probably with a laser-pointer rifle. Mr. Kılıçlar was married, 38-year-old father of two.

    -Cengiz Songür was killed by a single gunshot wound in the front of the neck. He was a 47-year-old textile worker, married and the father of seven.

    -Necdet Yıldırim received two gunshot wounds in the right shoulder and left back. He was 32-years-old, married, father of one.

    -Çetin Topçuoğlu was killed by three gunshot wounds in the back of the head, the hip and the belly. He was 54-years old, married and a father of one.

    -Fahri Yaldız was killed by four gunshot wounds: left chest, left leg and twice in the right leg. He was 43 years-old, married and father of four, and worked as a fire-fighter."
    Quelle: http://graphics8.nytimes.com/package...nal-report.pdf

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