September 4, 2011

The PKK Has Lost the War

Mumtazer Turkone, Today's Zaman

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PKK leaders have gained much experience in their endless fight. This experience tells them not to continue a war that they will not win. Under these emerging circumstances, PKK leaders will accept the conditions stipulated for them and surrender. The armed struggle will end.

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