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[*] posted on 25-12-2007 at 22:03
Turkey attacks inside Iraq

I don't trust Time/CNN, with respect to relibility and the slant they put on things. Do other news sources agree with this portrayal?

It sounds as if an ethnic Kurdish group, willing to use terrorist methods, is operating both in Turkey and Iraq, and Turkey is unwilling to allow Iraq to be a "safe haven" for them.

If the U.S. agrees with Turkey and is indeed supplying intelligence to them, let's hope Turkey doesn't attack anyone who is innocent, and that the terrorists don't comingle with innocent citizens for cover.

Now, while the military situation is so much improved in the most of Iraq, we don't want another kind of fighting to derail the progress already made.