Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Turkey Twist

As I mentioned in yesterday's post (July 23, 2010), Turkey has made the full swing towards radical, anti-Israeli Islam and the leadership in Israel doesn't want to admit it.
Carolyn Glick of the Jerusalem Post had these words;
Change has come to the Middle East. Over the past several weeks, multiple press reports indicate that Turkey is collaborating militarily with Syria in a campaign against the Kurds of Syria, Iraq and Turkey.
Turkey is a member of NATO. It fields the Western world’s top weapons systems. Syria is Iran’s junior partner. It is a state sponsor of multiple terrorist organizations and a proliferator of weapons of mass destruction.
Last September, as Turkey’s Islamist government escalated its anti-Israel rhetoric, Ankara and Damascus signed a slew of economic and diplomatic agreements. As Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu made clear at the time, Turkey was using those agreements as a way to forge close alliances not only with Syria, but with Iran.
“We may establish similar mechanisms with Iran and other mechanisms. We want our relationship with our neighbors to turn into maximum cooperation via the principle of zero problems,” Davutoglu proclaimed.
And now those agreements have reportedly paved the way to military cooperation. Syrian President Bashar Assad has visited Istanbul twice in the past month and then two weeks ago, on the Kurdish New Year, Syrian forces launched an operation against Kurdish population centers throughout the country. On Wednesday, Al-Arabiya reported that hundreds of Kurds have been killed in recent weeks
It gets worse.... From
Turkey Moving Rapidly to Develop Nuclear Weapons
Very senior sources in Israel, Russia, and the U.S. have privately expressed concern that Turkey is proceeding with its nuclear weapons program, and that Turkey has obtained a significant knowledge of nuclear weapons technology, protocols, and operational doctrine from its association with NATO and Israel. Moreover, officials in Israel, Russia, and the U.S. are fully aware that neither the Turkish Government nor the Turkish military pays any attention to confidentiality clauses, end user certificates, or use strictures on weapons, intelligence, or defense systems made available to Turkey by its allies. One Israeli official told GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs:
"We are all fully aware that when the Turkish Armed Forces invaded Cyprus in 1974 they did so using U.S. military equipment in defiance of the use strictures placed on that equipment when it was provided by the U.S. to Turkey. Today, Turkey is in open violation of all of its agreements with the U.S. and Israel with regard to the U.S. and Israeli military systems which are the backbone of the Turkish Armed Forces now occupying Northern Cyprus." This was the first disclosure that Israeli military equipment was being used by the Turkish military in Cyprus, and that this was a violation of understandings between Turkey and Israel when the equipment was supplied.
Again, the signs are present that the Magog coalition is solidifying, at least in direction. Iran and Russia are currently having a spat over President Medvedev's agreement to withhold delivery of the S-300 Anti-missile/aircraft system to Iran. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is royally ticked and accusing Russia of collusion with the evil West. Amazing!
With Syria becoming more aggressive by the day, Israel will soon be forced to deal with them, as well as admitting that Turkey as twisted out of its alliance with the Jews.
Jimmy Root Jr
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