Blogroll Me! How This Old Brit Sees It ...: Civilized Sunni/Secular TURKEY is Taking in Wounded Palestinians

16 January 2009

Civilized Sunni/Secular TURKEY is Taking in Wounded Palestinians

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan (not in the photo) speaks with a wounded Palestinian man in Ankara, on January 13, 2009.

Some Palestinian wounded people are now being carried to Ankara (Turkey's capital) for treatment.

More to follow (as soon as is possible) with cites/links. Because right now, and you'd better believe it, we are busy, bloody, busy.

In the meantime, we're sure that those who read here regularly and have the time and/or inclination, will use their initiative and 'give google a good go' - since our personal physical handicap, since birth, of having been born with only a single pair of hands, is increasingly taking it's toll on us.

All of which -- may make it awfully apt to once again ask for some volunteer, part time co-posters @ This Old Brit' blog.

For those who don't yet know our email address, please use the email link on our profile page.

Later.

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4 Comments:

Blogger Gert said...

Belgium took some seriously wounded Palestinian kids in too, a few days ago.

6:15 pm  
Blogger Nevin said...

Thanks for doing a great job! I would love to help, however, between the twins, my personal life and my blog, I have no time for anything else... Even my husband is feeling slightly neglected lately... :)

I will remain your loyal reader... :)
great day to all...
n.

8:37 pm  
Anonymous Charles said...

Thank God there ARE still some civilised countries left.

It's telling that you originate from Turkey, Nevin and that it's Richard's home from home, almost.

I must make it my business to visit Turkey when summer holiday time comes.

11:09 pm  
Blogger Nevin said...

Charles, visit Buyukada... :) After living all over the place, it's one place I can call home... no cars welcome... isn't that wonderful...:)

3:30 am  

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