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How about that bloody terrorist attack in Reyhanly...
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How about that bloody terrorist attack in Reyhanly on the Syrian border? Ankara immediately put responsibility on Syrian special services. Quite predictable, it was! Now, Americans may well use some chemical weapon in Turkey to blame Assad in it and start the open invasion into Syria! I just hate that American manner!
I fear that their "Arab spring" may soon transform into "hot boiling Arab summer". Those American guys are just nut heads imo able to realize most crazy scenarios in the region. International organizations are no more any hurdle on this way because CIA is cooperating closely with the notorious Islamic marginals both in Syria and other countries of the region. Some people erroneously think Americans see them as part of the future political landscape in regional countries. Not the case imo! The idea is to employ them as quite convenient tool to start some provocations targeted at civilians to justify any possible "retaliatory measures" of the West.

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