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Reader comment on item: Crisis in Turkey
in response to reader comment: Marcus' Laws of Electoral Democracy in Muslim-Majority Countries

Submitted by havas (Turkey), Mar 6, 2010 at 14:26

electrol systems in all muslim majority countries,if left alone "without interfrence" will therefore eventually allways converge on islamizm.

ı think this is the main point, the fascists of turkey ... many rightist europeans, and all islam paronoids says this. so if we consider this opinion to be true ,this means that islam belief can not be tamed and all muslims must either leave their faith or live under military rule,without any human or property rights.

today turkey is ruled by religious muslim leaders. they also do many mistakes.but they have done no political move to deserve to be called as an islamic government since 8 years in the office.they never support any terrorizm. actually al qaida is their enemy.turkish army is in afghanistan. they did not put any anti secular laws in turkey.

ı,as an ordinary turk,never prefer the past antidemocratic regimes. ı hope and wish more foreigners support democracy in turkey. this is much better for the muslims of the world as a good example and a proof that muslims can also live under democracy and be progressive and peaceful people.

ı want to vote this time to another party,but ı will never vote to fascists.


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