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'Kurdish Turkish singer ---Ibrahim Tatlises--- shot in the head.

In the last 2 years he was getting lots of telephone death threats made to him and his companies which operate in KURDISTAN north Iraq.
Singer Ibrahim Tatlises, famous also in Greece and across the Middle East, has been shot and seriously wounded in an attack in Istanbul.

He was shot in the head by unidentified men after midnight on Saturday and left in a critical condition, reports said.

Mr Tatlises, 58, had just left the offices of private Turkish channel Beyaz TV with his spokeswoman, who was also hit.

They were both taken to hospital and underwent surgery.

The singer, known as Emperor and one of Turkey's biggest stars, had just left a TV studio shortly after midnight, and was about to leave by car when he was attacked.

According to media reports, the gunmen, carrying Kalashnikov rifles, escaped in a car.

No group has yet claimed involvement in the attack,

Added: Mar-15-2011 
By: FreeKurd
Iraq, Other
Tags: Ibrahim Tatlises, Kurd, Kurdistan, Turk, Turkey, Freedom, Singer, Shot
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  • A real pity.
    this singer had a deal to come to south kurdistan and promote the area. And for the first time come out to the media as a kurdish person. That is unacceptable for the Turks. Because he is so widely known and because of the impact it will have on the turkish citizens. Because of that, he was a target for the turkish govenment.

    Peace, love and fucking harmony peoples..That's what we need and want. But there are always some douche that has other plans..A real pity.

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  • Did his singing suck that bad?

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