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Turkey sits between Islam and the west - The west can love it or lump it

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Submitted by Erol New Zealand (Australia), Oct 29, 2009 at 01:39

Vishvas,

... please be kind as to be factful.

1. The nationlism tought in Turkish schools is no different in level to any other proud state/nation.

2. 1000 years of history- what are you saying other 1000 year old empires have been better behaved !

3. You expected no change in a region over 100 years- I suppose a christian Iran or Anatolia would have been a better option ?

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