Friday, July 31, 2015

Germans Appear Split On Keeping German Patriot Missiles In Turkey

Sputnik: NATO Split: Germany Wants to Withdraw Patriot Missiles From Turkey

Military expert of the German CSU party Florian Hahn called for the withdrawal of German Patriot missiles from Turkey due to attacks carried out by the government forces against the Kurds, DWN reported.

The expert believes that Germany and Turkey have less and less in common due to attacks of the Turkish forces against the Kurds in northern Iraq.

This signifies the first split inside NATO, which earlier decided to lend military support for its member, Turkey, the German newspaper wrote.

WNU Editor: If Turkey's war against the Kurds escalates .... expect concerns from NATO to rise .... exponentially so if it becomes evident that Turkey is targeting Kurdish forces while leaving ISIS forces alone.


phill said...

Common sense goes along way.

Kudos Germany

Unknown said...

German leaders have to care even if they do not actually care.

There will be demonstrations or riots, if not blood on the street, between Kurds and Turks living in Germany over the fighting.