WAFF Vet Club[Click here to Join WAFF!] WAFF Moderators Forum
General Discussion
(The Den)
The World's Armed Forces Forum History, Politics, Economics and Religion Forum
Greece & Turkey Defence Forum Europe, Middle East & Africa
Defence Forum
Asia & Pacific Defence Forum
Help, Suggestions & Complaints
   
   
  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Return to Index  

The "Battle of Turkey" Hakkari in half! normal war

August 9 2012 at 2:52 PM
No score for this post

akatanomastos  (Login panos1980)
Hellenic Hoplites (Greece)

In 3 months martial law were seven districts in Hakkari, confirming the best analysis of ┬źdefence-point.gr┬╗ which noted that the situation in the region has "grind" to the point that the Turkish armed forces to create a normal range of business / battle in an attempt to address the situation on the ground. That is, try to eliminate the huge Kurdish enclave in the territory.

A total of seven zones in the province of Hakkari in southeastern Turkey were 'temporarily banning military, "the politically correct way to describe the Turkish martial law until October 6, 2012, according to the local governor of the region.

Businesses in the area to place the desired intensity demanded the adoption of measures that have to do with the rules of war who tends to take contractual dimensions as Ankara seeks to "sterilize" the area of civilians and ... outsiders (eg . journalists) to deal with the enormous problem facing the tranquility of ...

According to the governor of the province of the seven areas are: "the area Ikigiaka, areas east of Sirnak Beitousempap and Altintaglar headquartered in Hakkari, Mount Bouzoul the Alantouz, the mountains (!) Balkagia the Gkentitepe and Karantag and belts and Tsalagian Pirintseken. "

The interesting case is that of the governor of the region made the ban retroactive ... (!) Since it runs from July 6 to October 6 (maybe just now announced that effective from the beginning of July wink.gif according to which citizens the same security of life and property are prohibited from entering these areas. The even more interesting is that if you pay attention to the areas placed in "quarantine" would see very simply that the zones which are settlements, and not just talk about a mountain. In other words, Turkey is under martial law puts an entire area of its territory.

It is clear that Ankara is trying to "sterilize" the area for the next two months, so it calculates that it will take to restore order ... in the breakaway region. As mentioned in a previous analysis, the company's success will depend on the extent to which Turkey will isolate the area from Syria's Bashar al-Assad, but also from all other sources of supply of Kurdish fighters.

In this context, and combined with developments in Syria and the deterioration of relations with Ankara Tehran, starting a business that if you keep these two months are likely to escape the control of Ankara, in terms of losses as and in terms of "leakage" of sensitive information and the actual conditions prevailing in the region.

In addition, a successful resistance of the Kurds in Hakkari can turn this battle from a local conflict into an outright battle for survival or not Turkey.

http://www.defence-point.gr/news/?p=55336

[linked image]
[linked image]
............................................

""Maniots, known for their martial qualities, were the first to join the Greek liberation movement. The society called the Filiki Eteria ("Company of Friends") sent their representatives Perrevos and Chrisospathis to organize the Maniots. On March 17, 1821, 12,000 Maniots gathered in the church of Taxiarchs (Archangels) of Areopoli and declared war against the Ottoman Empire. The flag of the revolution was white with a blue cross in the center. On top of the flag there was a sign, "Victory or death". The Maniots were responsible for writing "Victory" and not "Freedom" on their banner since Mani was always free. On the bottom of the flag lied an ancient inscription, "With the shield or on the shield."
...........................................

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.Respond to this message   
AuthorReply

akatanomastos
(Login panos1980)
Hellenic Hoplites (Greece)

Re: The "Battle of Turkey" Hakkari in half! normal war

No score for this post
August 9 2012, 2:56 PM 


"It is clear that Ankara is trying to "sterilize" the area for the next two months, so it calculates that it will take to restore order ... in the breakaway region. As mentioned in a previous analysis, the company's success will depend on the extent to which Turkey will isolate the area from Syria's Bashar al-Assad, but also from all other sources of supply of Kurdish fighters. "


muahahahaa

[linked image]
[linked image]
............................................

""Maniots, known for their martial qualities, were the first to join the Greek liberation movement. The society called the Filiki Eteria ("Company of Friends") sent their representatives Perrevos and Chrisospathis to organize the Maniots. On March 17, 1821, 12,000 Maniots gathered in the church of Taxiarchs (Archangels) of Areopoli and declared war against the Ottoman Empire. The flag of the revolution was white with a blue cross in the center. On top of the flag there was a sign, "Victory or death". The Maniots were responsible for writing "Victory" and not "Freedom" on their banner since Mani was always free. On the bottom of the flag lied an ancient inscription, "With the shield or on the shield."
...........................................

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

WAFFer
(Login theBLUEwolf)
The Conquerors (Turkey)

Re: The "Battle of Turkey" Hakkari in half! normal war

No score for this post
August 9 2012, 3:00 PM 

Defencenet at its best ...


Careful soon they will talk about PKK all out war in Istanbul Ankara and Izmir ... later they will talk about Turks running to red apple and such ...because thats what greeks are best at ... Dreams.

-----------------------------------------------

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

Sfakan.Kulampara
(Login sfakan)
Hellenic Hoplites (Greece)

Re: The "Battle of Turkey" Hakkari in half! normal war

No score for this post
August 9 2012, 3:41 PM 

"Careful soon they will talk about PKK all out war in Istanbul Ankara and Izmir"


Ha ha ha ha ha ...... I would like to see your desperate face today after the PKK attack in your naval base in Foca !!!!


[linked image]

Isnt Life a Bittchh ?

98th Medical Battalion taking positions for combat!

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
WAFFer
(Login boulio)
Hellenic Hoplites (Greece)

Re: The "Battle of Turkey" Hakkari in half! normal war

No score for this post
August 9 2012, 4:59 PM 

its not defencenet.gr but defence point different site.

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.

Wolf
(Login theBLUEwolf)
The Conquerors (Turkey)

Re: The "Battle of Turkey" Hakkari in half! normal war

No score for this post
August 10 2012, 3:15 AM 

So what they attacked bases in west before ...they couldnt achieve anything . Couldnt kill anyone ... You know putting down 1 bomb and then running back to their caves is not a ALL OUT WAR (or maybe it is in greece since you monkeys dont know squat about warfare)


There is no such war as any news agency in Greece claims ...you greeks are simply dreaming and news fuels it ... Since your economy is going spiral to **** you need to have some dreams as ...Yes we are failing but look turks are suffering too ... this is the poor greek mentality . There is no such thing as war those cunts are using the same tactics but this time they do not leave their caves to run back to iraq because their Pkk brothers are going to kill them.

-----------------------------------------------

[linked image]

 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.
 
  Respond to this message   
  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Return to Index  
WAFF recommends these sites

Indian Defence Analysis      [Definitive Lapse of Reason]