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secular or not you still murder minorities

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in response to reader comment: Mr Pipes, you misread Turkey

Submitted by susan (Italy), May 25, 2007 at 11:35

"Turkey is rapidly changing sociologically. "

wow, and that "change" is to be manifested in the murder of angelo santoro, hrant dink and the other christians?

I am appalled on how "professors" pops up here to tell us about how turkey is modern and secular.

You are still a murderous people willing to wipe out minorities. How do you explain that, professor? When you will start apologising, professor?

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