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    The New York Times: Erdogan is a dangerous game by refusing to fight, "Daash"

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    Post by Rocky Fri 10 Oct 2014, 6:35 am

    The New York Times: Erdogan is a dangerous game by refusing to fight, "Daash"




    10:27: 10.10.2014

     
     
    Khandan - The newspaper "New York Times" in the American edition of On Thursday, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a dangerous game by refusing to fight organizing "Daash" in Kobanî Kurdish city in Syria.
     
    The newspaper said in an editorial, which was titled "Game Erdogan serious" that "Erdogan was aspires to lead the Islamic world, but at this time when we are witnessing a regional crisis, it is not the leader, forces and Turkish tanks were standing passively behind the border fence at the time besieging it Terrorists in Syria and after just one mile town and its inhabitants Kobanî the Kurds. "
     
    The paper that "this as a charge to Erdogan and political calculus, sarcastic, he seeks through to keep his troops on the sidelines and refused to provide assistance in other forms such as allowing fighters Kurds to cross through Turkey, not only to weaken the Kurds but also compel the United States to help him overthrow of President Bashar al- Assad, who hates him, a test of the will of President Obama. "
     
    The New York Times pointed out that "the Kurdish fighters in Kobanî weeks ago are struggling to resist Daash, and to help them Americans stepped up their strikes from the air, which began in Daash fighters forced to retreat.
     
    The newspaper added, "that" Erdogan's behavior is not worthy of a NATO member state. "
     

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