Turkish youth union to persecute U.S. military

Turkish youth union to persecute U.S. military

PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkey Youth Union (TGB) launched an unexpected night attack against the hotel housing U.S. militaries deployed on NATO radar base in the village of Kurajik in Malatia province, which is part of a larger missile system in eastern Turkey.

TGB leader İlker Yücel spoke in front of the hotel warning the U.S. soldiers that Turkish youth will persecute them throughout the whole country in order to “put sacks on their heads” and will not leave them alone until they withdraw from the Turkish territory.

The warning by the Turkish youth against U.S. military came as response to U.S. putting bags on Turkish soldiers arrested in northern Iraq in 2004.

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