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By Doemela avatar | October 15, 2013 - 19:42 | Posted in CyberGuerrilla | Comments Off on Did RedHack Prevent a Possible Turkish Intervention in Syria?

Did RedHack Prevent a Possible Turkish Intervention in Syria?

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Since the first days of the unrest in Syria, Turkey has been deploying troops to its borderline in order to prevent any spillovers, shootings or basic ???misunderstanding??? at the border zones. As Syrian conflict escalated into a civil war, the number of Turkish troops have risen to the point that one would think a war is about to break out any moment. Turkish government had been propagating the necessity for an intervention against Syria, which would result in a ???hopeful??? reconstruction period similar to that of in Iraq ???from which Turkish economy has benefited a lot over the last decade. Read more

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