The leadership of Turkey is uncertain as to how to proceed in any aspect of the Middle East quandary.
1. Should they engage in defeating ISIS?
2. Is it more important to support ISIS since that group hates Kurds who the Turkish government hates.
3. Should Turkey halt the flow of ISIS supporters who simply take a stroll through the land on their way to Syria?
4. ISIS just exploded a bomb in a Turkish city which killed twenty young people and wounded dozens. So, should Turkey seek revenge?
5. Turkey insist the main foe is Syrian leader Assad, the US believes there is a more important foe. So, what to do?
Frankly, it is time for Turkey to stand up against terrorism or would the government just go on ignoring the death of its citizens?
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It did not take Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu much time to clearly explain the entire Iran nuclear agreement.As you recall,Bibi told the American Congress that just let him handle affairs and Iran would be begging for mercy and agree to whatever he demands.This is the Netanyahu explanation for what happened last week.
1.If not for Netanyahu denouncing the entire negotiation, the final product would have been much more favorable to Iran.
2. The actual agreement is terrible,and awful.If not for him no one would be using such words to denounce the agreement.
3. It is time for Israel opposition parties that refused to back him to now support him in order to show Iran that Israel is united.
4. In other words when Netanyahu is proven wrong it simply means that he was right all the time and his opponents were wrong until they agreed with his views.
I trust that is clear to one and all.
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