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Backdoor to Whabbism in Turkey

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), May 21, 2008 at 21:11

I think it is a backdoor way to institute "Whahabbi" Islam in Turkey, both religiously and politically. I think moderate elements will be marginalized and "Whahabbi" & "Muslim Brotherhood" elements will slowly take over. Can an ordinary person tell the difference between the beliefs of a "Whahabbi" and a "Muslim Brother"? No, nobody can. The differences are mere semantical.

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