La Turquie envisage de trainer l'entité Nazioniste devant une juridiction internationale !

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BRAVO © LA TURQUIE !
ANKARA, June 1 (RIA Novosti)

Turkey is ready to take Israel to the International Court of Justice
over the seizure of the Freedom Flotilla, a Turkish official said on
Tuesday.

The international community continues to criticize Israel's attack on
Monday on a Gaza-bound aid convoy in neutral waters that left at least
nine dead, mostly Turkish nationals.

"We are ready to take all necessary steps, including taking the case
to international courts," spokesman for Turkey's ruling Party of
Justice and Development Huseyin Celik said. "We view the atrocities
perpetrated by Israel as acts of tyranny and despotism."

Turkey said earlier on Tuesday Israel's attack would remain "a black
spot" in the history of mankind and must entail harsh consequences.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said "Israel must face
punishment from the international community" and that Turkey would not
let this "blatant violation of international law" go unpunished.

Turkey has already recalled its ambassador from Israel over the attack
and sent three evacuation planes to Israel to bring back 20 of its
injured citizens .
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nadjet.djellali
Le #22199901
On 1 juin, 19:20, "@tine02"
BRAVO © LA TURQUIE !
ANKARA, June 1 (RIA Novosti)






"La Turquie envisage de trainer l'entité Nazioniste devant une
juridiction internationale ! "


Excellente nouvelle!


ndh
strixbubo
Le #22203501
On Tue, 1 Jun 2010 10:20:47 -0700 (PDT), "@tine02"

BRAVO © LA TURQUIE !
ANKARA, June 1 (RIA Novosti)

Turkey is ready to take Israel to the International Court of Justice
over the seizure of the Freedom Flotilla, a Turkish official said on
Tuesday.

The international community continues to criticize Israel's attack on
Monday on a Gaza-bound aid convoy in neutral waters that left at least
nine dead, mostly Turkish nationals.

"We are ready to take all necessary steps, including taking the case
to international courts," spokesman for Turkey's ruling Party of
Justice and Development Huseyin Celik said. "We view the atrocities
perpetrated by Israel as acts of tyranny and despotism."

Turkey said earlier on Tuesday Israel's attack would remain "a black
spot" in the history of mankind and must entail harsh consequences.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said "Israel must face
punishment from the international community" and that Turkey would not
let this "blatant violation of international law" go unpunished.

Turkey has already recalled its ambassador from Israel over the attack
and sent three evacuation planes to Israel to bring back 20 of its
injured citizens .



C'est bien. Même si la Turquie n'est pas le pays le mieux placé pour
donner des leçons à Israël. Car qui occupe militairement le nord de
Chypre, membre de l'UE ? Qui a fait des Kurdes des citoyens de
seconde zone ? Car à force de faire appel à la légalité
internationale, on finit par devoir s'y soumettre.

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Han Fei
Le #22203491
strixbubo :_:

C'est bien. Même si la Turquie n'est pas le pays le mieux
placé pour donner des leçons à Israël. Car qui occupe
militairement le nord de Chypre, membre de l'UE ? Qui a
fait des Kurdes des citoyens de seconde zone ? Car à
force de faire appel à la légalité internationale, on
finit par devoir s'y soumettre.



:-)
David
Le #22203811
Le 02/06/2010 17:52, strixbubo a écrit :

Car à force de faire appel à la légalité
internationale, on finit par devoir s'y soumettre.



C'est sans doute pour cette raison qu'israel n'y fait jamais appel !
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