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I'm a proud Turk

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Submitted by Azeem Mehmet (United States), May 16, 2007 at 15:15

I WAS a proud Turk, yes.

But ever since I moved to US and studied my dear religion ISLAM, I found out how much my countrymen are LOST in their PRIDE. I am no more proud TURK, but I am now a proud MUSLIM.

The only salvation of my dear country and my brothers and sisters in Turkey is the way of Prophet Muhammed (saw).

O, Turks, Please return to ISLAM.

Azeem Mehmet

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