THE REBIRTH OF THE TURKISH OTTOMAN EMPIRE (MOSLEM) WITH THE BACKING OF IRAN AND OBAMA?
Apparently, unless Erdogan backs down, come Monday, September 19th, Turkey is starting an undeclared war with Israel and escalating the anti-PPK Kurdish attacks in Iraq, with Iran providing pincer movement shelling, and possibly land based incursions. Both countries have animosity based on fears of Kurdish secessionist movements inside Turkish, Iraqi and Iranian Kurdish tribes.
Saddam Hussein used biological weapons against the Kurds inside Iraq, partly for the same reason.
Turks seem to be planning to take Kastelorizo, a small Geek island off their coast, while Turkish Cyprus military moves on Greek Cyprus.
The Greek-Israeli mutual defense pact is now invoked and Israeli air components set in motion to be stationed at Greek bases.
The Turkish navy wants to attempt to limit Israel's navy to a 12-mile limit thus away from Block 12 oil area.
As further excuse Turkey, will use any attempt by Israel to stop any Turkish Gaza bound "aid" flotilla with immediate military response!
Apparently the action will start Monday when the American rig begins drilling off Cyrpus...
The new Ottoman Empire is rising. Or is Erdogan's hand being forced?
Another step in the deteriorating relations between Israel and Turkey took place on Thursday, with hints that Israel is behind the leakage of tapes of secret talks betwen Ankara's intelligence personnel and the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), a disclosure that shocked the Turkish public and put Erdogan's government on the defensive.
Erdogan, obviously furious, sought to defend National Intelligence Organization Chief, Hakan Fidan, in his release to the press. He had previously denied the taped conversations took place.
“We know certain circles have targeted Hakan Fidan in the past,” Erdogan said in reference to past Israeli claims that Fidan is pro-Iranian.
According to Turkey's Hurriyet Daily News, comments made last year by Defense Minister Ehud Barak on the issue caused a rift between Jerusalem and Ankara and affected the cooperation between Turkey's intelligence services and Israel's Mossad.
“We are investigating how the leakage happened," Erdogan said. "Even if Mr. Hakan makes a mistake, we would not sacrifice him for this reason. This has revealed the ill-intention of the perpetrators of this leakage. This won’t bring anything to them."
The Turkish leader blasted the opposition for using the leaked tapes as political weapons.