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Turkey is Islam -2.0

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Submitted by Peter (Australia), Feb 16, 2011 at 08:29

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What about the % of Christians in that country , now 1% of the population thanks to an anti-Christian Turkish military ? That counts as a negative . So it is not Islam 2.0 .; more like Islam -2.0. In 1914 the Ottoman Sultan declared " jihad"(his words) against the "christian" powers of the Entente . Everything was downhill for infidels after that in the Ottoman Empire .Ataturk murdered hundreds of thousands of christians in the 1920's .

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