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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jan 17, 2009 at 16:08

Angel,

I am glad to see that you are not a lost case. You have made many good points , e.g. "I am sure Arab will enslave Jewish people without any human right and prosperous life." or "Hamas provocate Israel, the price is when Israelis attack Gaza, Hamas hiding behind women and children (exactly as Hisbollah doing), then when the war killed their children and women, they are crying loudly for what is happening" .

Yet you have to educate yourself on some other essential points. Don't compare Japan to Hamas. Japan has been a highly civilized modern state based on Buddhist and shinto ethics. Hamas is a classical destructive Moslem barbarity.

>Thanks God there is a Turkey state who are muslim but seems does not really care to incite their people by Quran as Turkey neighbourhoods do.<

They committed repeated genocides incited by the Quran. Notice that during the genocides they didn't slaughter the Armenians and the Greeks who converted to Islam. Now they deny all their crimes as Moslems ALWAYS deny ALL crimes they have committed. The Turks are hated by ALL their neighbours. They can live in peace with nobody. Mustafa Kemal commenced his career as a fully fledged jihadist and in due course was awarded the rare title of "Gazi" - "the holy warrior for Islam's cause". He broke with Islam not for principal reasons. "The shadow of Allah on earth" - the caliph- unleashed a civil war against him. Kemal got a death fatwa. It was either Kemal or the Caliph. Kemal won and got rid of the caliph. Around 1918 c. 30% the inhabitants of the Ottoman Empire were non-Moslems. The new "secular" Turkey is 99,8% (!!!) Moslem. Following his Soviet friend's (Lenin) maxim Kemal made two step forwards and five backwards.

>Why do not muslim world learnt from Turkey?<

What do you want to learn from Turkey? Genocides and the art of their impudent denials ? Savage jingoism that sends to jail anyone critical of its vices? Police state methods? Destructions of churches and erection of mosques in the name of the so called "secularism" , as it happens in Turkish-occupied Cyprus now? Subersive Pan-Turkic propaganda across Central Asia and Russia? Ruthless militarism in the worst traditions of the Ottomans?

> Secular, respect other religions and other community? Keep away from fundamentalist in any religions? This is the way we all live in this earth.<

You must be living in a dreamland if you asribe these sweet fruits of your wishful thinking to Kemalist Turkey. You must have heard that the Turks persecute the Kurds. Although they have almost totally exterminated all non-Turkish minorities, they continue to plot againt the few remnants of them. The Turkish militarists have recently planned to kill the Greek Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch and the Armenian Patriarch

http://www.asianews.it/index.php?l=en&art=9976

They terrorize their political opponents and assassinate courageous journalists on a regular basis. Their anti-Semitism and bullying of the small Jewish community is a public secret. The Jews get physical security in exchange for supproting the Turkish genocide denial campaign. Dr. Pipes ... call it the most anti-Americanism country, to name just a few arresting features of this "new" Turkey. It looks quite old and quite typical of all Moslem polities, doesn't it?

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