Did Turkey have the right to shoot down that Russian war plane after it incurred in Turkish airspace

November 25, 2015, 4:37 am

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The debate "Did Turkey have the right to shoot down that Russian war plane after it incurred in Turkish airspace" was started by DannyknowsItAll on November 25, 2015, 4:37 am. 20 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 4 people are on the disagree side. People are starting to choose their side. It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.

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historybuff, zoeclare7, young_debator2100, debaterjr, AstroSpace, DannyknowsItAll, WaspToxin, AngryBlogger, BPatron and 11 visitors agree.
Dysfunctional and 3 visitors disagree.

GUYS!!!Don't you think that Turkey has the right to fear Russia because of the Russians past actions plus adding to the fact that Russia is ruled by a dictator a.k.a Vladimir Putin who was kind of irrational in this case stating to Turkey that they should never do it again or the Russian military would launch nuclear missiles into Turkey.But at the end of the day,whose fault was it really???RUSSIANS OR THE TURKEYS???To me,I believe that the Turkey did what they believe to be right.

4 years ago

if what turkey says is true about the incident then they were justified. they claim the plane was in their airspace and warned 10 times in 5 minutes. if true then they had the right to defend their airspace. that's not why they did it, but they had a justification. they did it because they want to topple Assad and are supporting the rebels that the Russians are bombing.

4 years ago

I am reserving my judgement until more information is available. It is hard to trust Russia about what happened since they have lies so recently about a downed passenger plane.

4 years ago
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