It claims the photo is authenticated and that German politicians have called for an inquiry.
The evidence provided by the article is enough to raise suspicion, that you simply rule it out without regarding to it as a possibility merely means that you don't operate by evidence.I have never ever seen any evidence from anyone that they do have it.
""German experts have confirmed the authenticity of photographs that purport to show PKK fighters killed by chemical weapons. The evidence puts increasing pressure on the Turkish government, which has long been suspected of using such weapons against Kurdish rebels. German politicians are demanding an investigation.""What evidence? The article presents no evidence but only hear say. Pictures are out of context, location and time.
The claims you've used to back those statements are absurd, like that Turkey has denied having such arsenal, that is hardly a statement that requires a repeating, it is well known that Turkey has never declared having a chemical arsenal.Never said it was. I have stated that there was a marked difference in the first paragraph of the two, where as the rest is pretty much word for word translated. I have said that the OP article from the JP is biased. And that it is, not to mention inaccurate. IT calls Der Spiegel a newspaper.. it aint.
[quote]Which is no different than the international communities handling of issues in other countries. Now if there is evidence of wrong doing then watch the attitude change. But until that, who cares.
I disagree, it is way different of the international community's handling of issues in specific other countries.
I don't know about it, I hardly read German and I can't confirm your claims.First off, in the German version of the article it is EXPERT, not EXPERTS. It is one expert, named Hans Bauman.
Secondly the second part of the above paragraph does not exist in the German version. The closest you can get to is a comment from Gisela Penteker, a Turkish (most likely a Kurd) representative of International Physicians for the prevention of nuclear war. In the comment he floats the idea that Turkey is suspected of having chemical weapons.
And the photo was authenticated according to the Der Spiegel.Not really. Everyone involved pretty much in exposing this scandal come from far left organisations and Kurdish organisations.
I see what is there. The evidence requires an investigation, one that would not take place due to the international community's dominating agenda.No you only want to see an evil bad Turkey using WMD.