Iran Joins With Turkey in Military Strikes Against Kurdish 'PKK' Terrorists in Iraq
Regular readers may recall us writing earlier this month re:the recent bloody bombing in Istanbul.
Though nobody officialy claimed responsibility, we said we strongly suspected the murderous mob of Kurdish terrorists calling themselves the P.K.K. (Some said terrorists shown below.)
Now it seems the Turkish government agrees with us and has decided, once again, to try to do something about the barbaric buggers.
But surprise, surprise - the Iranian government also agrees.
And super-surprise, super-surprise - they decided to join the Turks to try to do something about it too.
Apparently, not for the first time.
Firat News, a pro-Kurdish news agency, said the bombing was immediately followed by shelling by Iranian forces.Interesting, eh?
Turkey's military has said Turkey and Iran at times coordinate strikes against Kurdish rebels who use bases in northern Iraq as a springboard for attacks on their countries.
Read the rest of the relevant (and remarkably revealing) report right here.
(Cross posted at 'appletree')