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Land of the Seven Churches - Whose Prophecy will Reign

Reader comment on item: Turkey, Still a Western Ally?
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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Dec 11, 2007 at 19:26

Reiterating what has already been put forth here and in other forums, Turkey is not in need of Islamization, for the people there have always retained the association of their faith, even in the environment of a secular society. The West has never really understood why it is so difficult to entertain a Turkish presence on the eastern EU frontier. It is because the Western mentality has not fully grasped the Islamic mindset, and cannot do so without converting.

The full and completed ideology of those who are of the Islamic persuasion is replacement, from the time of the Islamic Prophet to the expectations of his successor today. Completing the alliance with the reigning mindset in Iran is nothing if not the next progression to submit to the tenets of the Quran.

If Western societies intend to retain their Christian identities, then a change of mind is necessary in order to recognize there is only one way to maintain a position to confront Islamic assimilation, by returning to the source of power of Christianity, Jesus Christ. Otherwise, the words of the Hebrew prophets are presenting themselves in truth now, even as the world wonders, "what do we do now?"
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