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Submitted by Taj (United States), Apr 24, 2008 at 05:34

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No, I do not agree with your definition. Sorry.

You are absolutely right in that I have used generalized terms. I did not intend my comments to be a criticism of generalizatoins simply. Only that when discussing or arguing finer details, sometimes we have to be aware that generalizations can be sticks in the mud.

I do agree that Turkey does not utitlize sharia law on a national level, but in terms of demographics, it is indeed a "Muslim country"...

I think Sharia law can be implemented in Turkey regardless of the army

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