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    Hello,

    I have one Question: which influence has the "Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman" on the US-Government?

    Thank you in advance and have a nice work-day.
     
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    The Senate FRC Chairman IS 'the US-government'...he works as a senator, yet has the additional-duty to chair the FR Committee.
     
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    One answer. guh?
     
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    Yes Turkey has accepted federal style of IRAQ. What the constitution calls Iraqi Federal Region Kurdistan we have no problem. Our MIT Intelligence Secretary met with Barzani. Barzani flew to Washington via Incirlik stop. Allthough American airplanes do not have to stop fuel-technically after some Kilometers.

    Talabani is saying he will cooperate with Turkey against PKK for financial help for his PUK party. PUK is in "Iraqi Kurdistan". Talabani as Secretary of PUK is in Bagdad in the South as he is also president of "Transistional Government of IRAQ"

    AFter 15. Dezember, either Sunnite or Shiite will be President.

    2 Turkish Flyfirms will start fly from Istanbul to Erbil on 18.12.2005 twice a weak. Turkish companies build there Airport, are building Houses. When Iraq is true Democracy Turkey will inflect this region with capitalicy.

    Kirkuk/Kerkük in Iraqi Kurdistan will not happen. Turkey, Turkoman, Shiite-Arab and Sunnite-Arab, Syria and Iran don't want. And US-Congressman and US-Strategists hopefully do not want.

    PKK-Problem is 5.000 Terrorist-Guerilla located in Kandil-Mountain North-Iraq.
    We cleaned and clean PKK-Terrorists within our boarders. Their Head is in Island-jail in Turkey.
    5.000 remain in North-Iraq and this time no Amnesy.

    Iraqi Regional Region Kurdistan has 80.000 km2. Turkish-US consortium have 6.500 km2 "Oil-searching field since 2004. 2 proven Oil-fields and 1 proven Gas-field.
    Norway DNO company drilled 3 Heads 16 Km away from Turkish boarder. Oil. They will drill 10 heads.
    Turkish-consortium is interested to build petro-factory for Kurds.

    We have contact in economically view with North-Iraq. Over economic we can prosperous both sides of the boarder.
    All Goods there are from Turkey.


    Kurds have oil in Kurdistan. They don't need Kirkuk which is world-strategic with Petro-chemical industry and other heavy Industry and a high-number of proven Oil-Reserves of the World.

    This strong City with Arab-Shiites, Assyrians, Arab-Sunnites, Kurds and Turkoman should stay IRAQ forever to make Bagdad a succes-story.

    Kurds shall participate in federal Iraq. Kirkuk they only want to harm Bagdad succed-story and going egoist independently. They are even marketing with Kerkük the Kurdish Jerusalem :halo:
     
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    Real life 101...if ya are a girl..do you like guys...if a guy...do you like girls...do you like to get buzzed on beer from time to time...do you like to dance....do you feel good about about your appearance....do you believe in fair play for jobs and advancement....do you feel you should be able to display who and what you are without being attacked...if all the pre requesits apply then my friend ya are a person who embraces democracy vs 7th century philosophy!
    ;)
     
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    Turkey is not 7th Century. Turkey is 2005. please read this then you will know it, too.

    This comes from EU-Italy.

    The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) operates under the aegis of two United Nations Agencies and has a seat agreement with the Government of Italy.
    http://www.ictp.it/pages/mission/agreement.html61


    In addition to the large number of social scientists, the Turkish Academy of Sciences also has a high percentage of women members. Indeed, women comprise more than 13 percent of the Academy’s membership, one of the highest percentages among academies worldwide. In fact, the global average of female membership in science academies is just 3 percent; in Europe it is 5 percent; and in the United States it is 6 percent. Among Islamic countries, Turkey also has a very high percentage of women holding academic posts – a respectable 37 percent, higher than in most European countries.

    signed by:

    Female professor

    Çigdem Kagitçibasi
    Turkish Academy of Sciences
    Professor of Psychology
    Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey
    http://www.ictp.trieste.it/~twas/pdf/NL15_2_PDF/06-Turkey_24-27_low.pdf


    it is the same document:
    Turkey’s scientists account for 60 percent of all international scientific publications emanating from Muslim countries.
    http://www.ictp.trieste.it/~twas/pdf/NL15_2_PDF/06-Turkey_24-27_low.pdf


    Turkey is in IOC. Islamic Organization Council with 57 Muslim Nation. Turkey presenty sends the GeneralSecretary of this organization.

    This IOC is meeting 2 days in Medina /Saudi Arabia.


    Look what Turkey says to other 7th century states through this organization:


    OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, the first Turk to head the OIC, has been promoting an agenda of reform and moderation.
    �We do not have the luxury of blaming others for our own problems. It is high time we addressed our national and regional problems with courage, sincerity and openness,� İhsanoğlu said in his speech at the summit yesterday.
    �We should fight terrorism by dealing with its roots and causes, whether committed by individuals, groups or states,� İhsanoğlu said. �Terrorism is a crime that every Muslim should fight.�
    While discussions during the two-day summit are expected to focus on terrorism, delegates will also seek to forge a plan to reform the 57-member organization in a bid to give it more clout in international affairs.
    �The future of humanity depends on this part of the world,� İhsanoğlu said. �What is going on in the Islamic world has dire consequences elsewhere.�
    �Lack of moderation is one of the main sources of instability and chaos in the modern world,� he also said. He stressed the need to combat poverty, illiteracy and corruption in the Muslim world, saying, �When these issues are not addressed properly by legitimate means, they are used as an excuse to push for extreme agendas.�
    Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, speaking at the opening session, also called for moderation.
    http://www.turkishdailynews.com.tr/article.php?enewsid=30090

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    Turkey to host Muslim conference on women’s rights
    http://www.turkishdailynews.com.tr/article.php?enewsid=30209
     
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    Here: Turkey leading in Women in academics position.
    European Commission - Helsinki Report
    http://www.usmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?t=25315&highlight=academic+women



    It is ironic. But Turkey is the "locomotive of Countrieshaveing Muslim population" in economic, science, secularistic.
    With Turkish Refusal of March 2003 Iraq-War. Arabs for the first time changed there View over Turkish influence and "Turkish secularistic model".
    Nothing is irreversible, even not 7th century State-politics in arab States.

    Iran is a different case. The world is better with EU-US-Turkey cooperation. Arab Nations will succeed too. But it takes time. long time.


    Turkey is a secularistic country in 2005. Fullfilling EU Copenhague Criteria.
     
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    and you really need to visit us within our borders...My GD is very attractive...maintains a 3.5gpa in school,is involved in sports...wants to go into Law enforcement or the military when she graduates school...so how are ya all doing compared to real life...minus the tents and burkas...geez...and by the way she is also very moral! :lame2:
     

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