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Turkey is too islamic to be considered European.

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Aug 8, 2013 at 22:23

When we think of good morals and values we can look to Europe.

No honour killings or F.G.M. is done by Europeans.

Sadly Turkey is following the path of islam.

The lack of human rights and civil rights makes Turkey apoor choice to join the E.U.

P.S. I have always held out hope for Turkey. Maybe in time the good muslims will show us that Turkey can be muslim and good.

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