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Bulgarian President Condemns Dogan Attack

Politics » DOMESTIC | February 5, 2013, Tuesday // 12:05| Views: 825 | Comments: 3
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Bulgaria: Bulgarian President Condemns Dogan Attack Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev. Photo by BGNES

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has once again condemned the gas pistol attack against former ethnic Turkish leader Ahmed Dogan.

"We will assess the possible harmful consequences of the attack against Ahmed Dogan. Our aim is to minimize the consequences and prevent future accidents like this," Plevneliev said Tuesday.

Bulgaria's Consultative Council for National Security is convening Tuesday to discuss the attack against ethnic Turkish leader Ahmed Dogan and last year's terror attack in the Black Sea city of Burgas. The Council is summoned and chaired by Plevneliev.

Ahmed Dogan, founder and leader of the ethnic Turkish DPS party ("Movement for Rights and Freedoms"), was the target of a gas pistol attack right on the floor of a party conference on Saturday by 25-year-old Oktay Enimehmedov, also a Bulgarian citizen from ethnic Turkish origin. No shots were fired. Enimehmedov was lynched by DPS delegates after the attack.

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#3
sa-sha - 8 Feb 2013 // 13:41:15

........ to "forces us "the nomads" to write a new history in coming 10-15 years"!? My Lord, why to force those for whom "to write new histories" for the other Peoples and States is a permanent hobby?
Bulgarians, Greeks, Armenians, Kurds, Syrians right now................

"because when we come to that point than it will be too late for you to change your mind"---обоссышься про войну! [~as scary!]: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/73/Repin_Cossacks.jpg

Btw, a couple of days ago Turkish Deputy PM Bekir Bozdag strongly
recommended US Ambassador to "stay away from assessments that mean interference in Turkey's judiciary and domestic affairs" ..........
So, wouldn't it be better for the intelligent "nomands"-or "intelligent" nomands-to extand the above warning on themselves until it's too late
for their priceless lives...........................

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kardjalifcuker - 7 Feb 2013 // 19:17:33

by considering the rest "intelligent" Bulgarians thinking similar to you forces us "the nomads" to write a new history in coming 10-15 years.because when we come to that point than it will be too late for you to change your mind.
I hope I am not right and peace will win.

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sa-sha - 5 Feb 2013 // 13:42:52

"We will assess the possible harmful consequences of the attack against Ahmed Dogan. Our aim is to minimize the consequences and prevent future accidents like this," Plevneliev said Tuesday.
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Mortal danger looms over Bulgaria, brothers. At any moment one insidious ethnic Turk may attack another ethnic Turk with a toy gun,
slingshot, quote from The Bible or Talmud, wet rag, old shoe or rotten egg....................and the all EU'wrath will come down on Bulgaria.

Bulgarians! Save the Turks from the Turks! This is your only salvation! Hurrah!

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