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The "secularists" are not a good choice either

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Submitted by AMDG (Romania), May 15, 2007 at 08:41

Just look at the situation in Cyprus , or the problems with armenians , or the treatment of christians , or the clashes with the kurds , the only western allies in the area .

More , the secular elites are losing ground in Turkey because of the birthrate differential , so the situation is predictable in the long run .

The secular west is doing the same mistake all over again - supporting "secular" muslims like the ones in Kosovo or Turkey , at the expense of christians - and the only reward thay have is more "Fort Dix" incidents .

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