It seems this very old region- Greece- Turkey- Israel are always creating trouble... could somehow all of them be locked up in a bubble and let the rest of the civilized world alone? :) Would be best for everyone I think.
The Greeks think they are superior to everyone and so do the Israeli and in my travels I found the Turks to be the nicest. So if I had to choose between 3 nations I go for Turkey- they are friendlier and nicer and also the food is great.
Shalom to everyone :)
Are you now the PR agent for the Greek half-wit?
You must try harder in constructing your sentences so that we can all comprehend what you are on about?
It reminds me of what I saw once written on a toilet wall …. Dyslectics rule KO
Have you noticed how our half-witted Greek friend always becomes submissive when its demonstrated he is wrong?
He pretends that nothing has happened and adopts a “ love me” approach.
Of course it’s all about his past and especially the formative years…. Still a few sessions on the couch wouldl certainly be very helpful for him!
Over fifty countries in the UN are majority muslim populated.
Of course the UN is going to engage in some Israel bashing.
It's expected, especially now with the "arab spring" the majority of UN members
dont want the UN to look like a big 'Error! Please use a polite language' &*^%$.
Another kick in the balls for you as our resident jerk and purveyor of crap about all things on this planet… Do what the Israelis should have done to the Turks and then all will be forgotten.
PS Also answer Ankle's questions
"You ignorant Turk(wait, I just said the same thing twice), with your disgusting Turkish nonsense and your non-stop punctuated idiocy.
The UN report endorsed 100% the Israeli action and it was a big, fat slap in Turkey's impotent face."
Wow, really? Let's have a look at the source and see who is the idiot. I quote the UN website:
"Israeli action against Gaza flotilla ‘unlawful’ – UN Human Rights Council panel
23 September 2010 – Israeli forces violated human rights and international humanitarian law during the 31 May incident involving a convoy of aid ships bound for Gaza, the United Nations Human Rights Council’s international, independent fact-finding mission has concluded.
In a 56-page report, the fact-finding mission, which is separate from Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s four-member panel of inquiry into the same incident, found that the action of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) in intercepting one of the ships, the Mavi Marmara, on the high sea was “clearly unlawful.”
Nine civilians lost their lives and several more were seriously injured in the incident against the flotilla that departed from Turkey and was trying to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza, which has been the subject of an Israeli blockade since 2007.
“The conduct of the Israeli military and other personnel towards the flotilla passengers was not only disproportionate to the occasion but demonstrated levels of totally unnecessary and incredible violence,” the report states.
“It betrayed an unacceptable level of brutality. Such conduct cannot be justified or condoned on security or any other grounds. It constituted grave violations of human rights law and international humanitarian law.”
The report, which was made public yesterday, presents a factual description of the events leading up to the interception of each of the six ships in the flotilla as well as a seventh ship intercepted on 6 June, the deaths of nine passengers and wounding of many others, and the detention of passengers in Israel and their deportation.
The three-member mission said there is clear evidence to support prosecutions of crimes such as wilful killing, torture or inhuman treatment, and wilfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health.
It also voiced regret that the Israeli Government declined to cooperate with the mission, and that this is not the first time that this has happened.
“On yet another occasion of an enquiry into events involving loss of life at the hands of the Israeli military, the Government of Israel has declined to cooperate in an inquiry not appointed by it or on which it was significantly represented.”
The mission, ... interviewed more than 100 witnesses in Geneva, London, Istanbul and Amman during the course of its work."
Only a demented person like Dino can see in this report "a slap into the face of Turkey". I see he is still his old self: a degenerate retard.
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