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    Suspicion: Israelis sold equipment to Iraq


    Police launch investigation over suspicions that Israelis sold equipment, transferred intelligence information to Kurds in northern Iraq.

    The Israel Police has launched an investigation due to suspicions that Israeli security and business officials exported security information and equipment to Iraq without approval from the Ministry of Defense.

    The police investigation was launched after the Defense Ministry completed a comprehensive investigation, following an inquiry carried out by a Yedioth Ahronoth magazine.

    The investigation found that during the last two years, secret Israeli activity has been taking place in northern Iraq, home to the Kurdish population of the country. Security equipment was transferred and veterans of elite unites gave security information. Weapons training was also provided, and an airport was built by Israelis in northern Iraq.

    Helping Kurds
    According to the investigation, leading Israeli companies sold the Kurds technology and complex electronic equipment, as well as electronic fences, guard dogs, watchtowers, motorcycles, tractors, and more. The business activity involved hundreds of millions of dollars.

    For many months, veterans of elite units stayed in Iraq, and set up anti-terror Kurdish unites. The activity was carried out by the Kudo international company, who is co-owned by an Israeli living in Tel Aviv, while his associate is a senior government figure in Kurdistan.
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3265941,00.html

    Now illegalizing Israeli Help for North-Iraq is one step. Next step is doing this with USA. After no more ISraeli or US-citizen is in North-Iraq Turkish invasion can start.
     
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    Israel sells weapons to damn near everyone who can afford them. Do you suspect Israel wants Kurds to attack Turkey?
     
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    From now on nothing more is being selled. And those who selled or provided there intelligence the last 2 years will face punishment.
    Is this Israel doing for fun or from pressure of Turkey?

    So as Israelis where there not to sell ice-cream or provide information in breeding of birds (all was security related) Israeli presence there will stop.

    Seymour Hersh had 2 years ago an interesting article about this.

    This step will open doors for deeper Turkey-Israel cooperation. As there were many suspicion over Israeli moves in the last 2 years there and harmed relations.
     
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    All this indicates that things are getting serious and Israel was put to choose beetween door 1 and door 2.
    Israel chose the right door. And we will forget what was the last 2 years.

    USA has time till 30. August to choose its door.

    Like Mr. Bush described it as "With me or against me".
     
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    As a nation that embraces terrorism in all forms, there is nothing that Israel will not do to achieve its purposes. The Israelis are known to spy on the United States. Anyone who does not embrace the Jewish state is the enemy of Israel.
     
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    Turkish Commandos on Iraqi Border

    Turkey, who warned Iraq and the United States just a day ago that it was “losing patience” over the presence of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) on Kandil Mountain, is now preparing for a cross-border operation.

    Turkish troops close to the Iraqi border were put on alarm, and all military leave has been cancelled.

    Commando squads were deployed to the Iraqi border and massive inland operations are now being prepared.

    The previous day, Ankara told the US and Iraq it was “losing patience,” and that it remained resolute in its attitude to the PKK presence in northern Iraq.

    Commando squads from the provinces of Bolu and Kayseri were deployed to critical areas in the Sirnak region.

    The 21st Gendarmerie Brigade located in Yuksekova, Hakkari, deployed troops along the Iraqi border.

    A massive operation was launched to eradicate PKK militias in the region.

    The mountainous areas in particular are being targeted with air strikes from Cobra helicopters.

    To prevent terrorist infiltrations from northern Iraq, Turkish forces have been deployed to guard the buffer zones.

    Reportedly around 150,000 soldiers are stationed along the Iraqi border in preparation for a cross-border operation.

    Occasional clashes are occurring in eastern and southeastern Turkey.

    Operations against PKK members are continuing in the rural areas around Elazig, Bingol, Tunceli, and Diyarbakir.

    F-16 war planes were reported to be bombing high-altitude terrorist cells.

    The death of 14 Turkish soldiers by PKK militants in eastern and southeastern Anatolia forced Turkey to take firm steps.

    A consensus reached by the Security Summit and the Council of Ministers meeting on July 17 called for a cross-border operation.

    Troops in the Mardin province are waiting to join a possible operation.

    In addition to soldiers, around 70,000 non-military village guards are also readied.

    The Turkish Armed Forces are expected to target Kandil Mountain in a possible cross-border operation.

    Troops will likely organize air and land attacks on PKK camps in the region.

    Special troops will also join operations to eradicate the 5,000 PKK members estimated to be hiding out on Kandil Mountain.

    Nearly three months ago, 100 special Red Beret forces moved 15 kilometers into northern Iraq, and attacked PKK members.

    Meanwhile, the PKK released a statement on its website and announced it will retaliate if hit by Turkish security forces.

    The PKK is suspected of receiving weaponry and ammunition from northern Iraq.

    http://www.zaman.com/?bl=international&alt=&trh=20060720&hn=34898



    With Turkish Republic (door 1) or against Turkish Republic (door 2) .
    Till 30. August to Washington via US-Ambassador Ross Wilson Ultimatum was set.
     
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    I would assume Syria, Turkey and the US would all do the same if targeted for destruction.
     

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