“The first event took place in Northern Iraq. Turkish trucks were attacked…The second sign appears in the headline of a pro-PKK daily, which wrote, “Half of our troops is in Turkish territory and went as far as the Black Sea.” The source of the statement is a member of the Presidency Council of KADEK. He gives the signal to Parliament that, “If you decide to send troops to Iraq, we will resume terror in Turkey!”
“But the most surprising sign appears in Diyarbakir. The Mayor of Diyarbakir repeats the threat of PKK-KADEK as if he was a member of that organization. In other words, he implies that, “If you decide to send troops to Iraq, war in Turkey will be resumed!” Pay attention to the fact that he does not criticize the statements of the terrorist organization…And the last bomb arrives from Baghdad.
The members of the Iraqi Interim Governance Council makes an international news agency learn about their decision that, “We do not want Turkish troops here.” They even say that they took this decision with unanimity. Who is the Council member, who made this decision known? He is a Kurd. Is not it strange that all these reactions come from Kurds?”