Wednesday, May 30, 2007

TURKEY TRANSPORTS ROCKETS FOR IRAN

NEWSFLASH: The huge news today is that Turkey is shipping American-made rockets from Iran to Syria, a fact exposed by HPG's derailing last week of the train carrying the rockets.

You can read everything at DozaMe, including the story as it broke in Turkish media through Hürriyet.

In fact, I think I'll copy and paste that whole Hürriyet piece into my private archives because this kind of news has the very nasty habit of mysteriously disappearing a few hours after publication.

At the DozaMe link, note the reference to the news first--published by DozaMe last summer--that the Turkish Red Crescent was transporting arms from Iran to Syria during the Lebanon war. There's more on that, too, from Rastî, last August.

And let me be crystal clear: This sabotage and exposure of the Ankara regime's assistance to Iran is the direct result of our armed patriots and friends in the mountains of Kurdistan--the HPG.

Yeah, baby . . . HPG, doing what everyone else dreams about doing.

Sweet.


BIJÎN GERÎLAYÊN ME!

BIJÎN HEVALÊN ME!

BIJÎ SEROK APO!

BÊ SEROK JIYAN NABE!

YAŞASIN RÊBER APO!

YAŞASIN APOCU ÇİZGİDE ZAFERE YÜRÜYEN HPG!

KAHROLSUN İŞBİRLİKÇİLİK-TESLİMİYET VE İHANET!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It seems you were right about news disappearing. I can't access Doza Me. Not at all. Can you post that whole story into your blog? It seems the wolves/us treasury dept. has struck again.

Mizgîn said...

Anonymous, I am still able to access DozaMe. Usually it takes THEM a few days to get around to an attack.

THEY're usually faster at pulling down Turkish media articles.

srusht said...

Dest xwesh heval.

Turkey is such a fascist state that a small car cannot pass its borders without the knowledge of the Turkish intelligence apparatus of what ii is carrying let alone a train load. I have no doubt that the fascisto-kemalists are knowingly facilitating the Iranian weapon trade with the Arab and Islamist terrorists.

I wonder when the US administration would take serious notice?

Srusht.