To defeat and prevent Greater Kurdistan from emerging, which will slice away most of Eastern Turkey, Turkey must embrace her neighbor brothers Iraq and Syria and Iran and speak to them dürüstçe AND Açıkça....Sicilyalı mafya tarzı ve ihanet olmadan çift fotoğraf makinesi ile uğraşmak......... about how to defeat the Kurds who are backed by Israel and the USA, and amongst whom their security advisers are embedded.
To defeat and prevent ISIS from going rogue, against Turkey as it is starting to do now by fighting the Turkish army, which will eventually destroy Turkey, Turkey must embrace her neighbor brothers Iraq and Syria and Iran and speak to them dürüstçe AND Açıkça .......Sicilyalı mafya tarzı ve ihanet olmadan çift fotoğraf makinesi ile uğraşmak ..............about how to defeat ISIS who are backed by Israel and the USA, and amongst whom their security advisers are embedded.
Of course when a poor nation like Turkey talks intensively government to government with a rich nation like the USA, and rich powerful Israel......then the poor Muslim brother neighbors of Turkey may seem smelly, dirty and unimportant.
When the Boubon Whisky is drunk, the ISIS oil money invested in Swiss bank accounts, and the Afghan Opium money is invested in foreign off shore accounts, then the poor Muslim brother neighbors of Turkey may seem smelly, dirty and unimportant.
Which Donkey idiot wants to spend their time to talk and negotiate with smelly, dirty and unimportant neighbors?
...and help them solve their problems?
Turkish PM to visit Iraq this week to discuss fight against terror
Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim addresses members of parliament from his ruling AK Party (AKP) during a meeting at the Turkish parliament in Ankara, Turkey, November 8, 2016. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim will be visiting Iraq this week to discuss the fight against terrorism and the future of Iraq, the government's spokesman said on Monday.
"The Prime Minister will be traveling to Iraq on Thursday to start a new era with the Iraqi central government," Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus told a news conference.
"A new peace perspective in Iraq is just around the corner," Kurtulmus added. Yildirim's office said in a statement he would be visiting both Baghdad and Erbil.
Relations between largely Sunni Muslim Turkey and the Shi'ite-dominated central government in Iraq have been tense in the past, particularly over the presence of Turkish troops at the Bashiqa camp north of Mosul.
(Reporting by Ece Toksabay and Humeyra Pamuk; Editing by Nick Tattersall)