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Govt Party Brawling On The Streets Of Turkey.

I've not got a good english translation of this at all.

All in know it is a brawl involving the Turkish AK Party and something to do with the PKK.

Nevertheless,guns are soon drawn and fired in an attempt to break up the fight.

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Added: Mar-26-2009 Occurred On: Mar-26-2009
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Tags: Brawling, On, The, Streets, Of, Turkey
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  • "you guys go ahead. i'll go hang out with my g/f and chill instead"

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  • usually dont see brawlers wearing suits lol

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  • peace and tolerance ...
    LOL

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  • AK Party are the dirty muslim conservative party of Turkey. I wouldn't vote for any terrorist names Abdullah, sounds more like a arab name then turkish to me. They should be best friends with the terrorist kurds so I don't know what those clowns are fighting about.

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    • Kurds are the victims.....Turkey is the terrorist.
      Europe is watching Turkey for the next year ...And Kurds are trying to take advantage of (very very small limited and restricted freedom they got) %u201Cif you call that a freedom%u201D. Turks are not happy at all.

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    • Well, they're going about the wrong way of getting attention. Killing villagers to get their way is a desperate act and no sane person would support a terrorist organisation such as the PKK. The AKP is also a terrorist organisation, but people are to slow to realise that.

      Some kurds may be victims, but some are also terrorist. Don't start generalising.

      If they want to be treated like people then they should act like people.

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