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More Turkish delusions

Reader comment on item: Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza
in response to reader comment: dhimmi no more

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 7, 2010 at 19:14

Our dear Kaan who is no more than another victim of the Turks and their imperialsim is back for more

>based on your comments, any guy with a Turkish sounding name is a barbarian and this person believes in a religion he does not understand. Make your life easy, this is much more comfortable.

Oh the truth hurts right?

>By the way, the city is known as Istanbul and it was many times destroyed by Christian crusaders.

So are you saying what is wrong with the fact that the crusadres also sacked Constantinople too just your masters the turks? You think i should tell your employer at the Turkish Ministry of misinformation that you are saying that? You will lose your little job

And occupied Constantinople and it will be free again one of those days

>Arabic? You do not need to know arabic to understand islam,

Really? But your Allah says that islam is really the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only and you ain't one when he says in Arabic a language that you cannot speak read or write

wa ma arsalna men rasulan ila bilisani qawmihi

So who was the rasul that was sent to your ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians because he ain't Muhammad any guesses?

>there are many translations in many differnet languages for anyone interested in.

Your masters the Arabs tell us and tell your likes that a translation of the Qur"an ain't the Qur'an which means that you need to read this book of ignorance in Arabic only or you are not reading the Qur'an

>As there is no need to learn Latin to read the Bible. Still I am not going to learn Arabic and I am not going to a mullah to discuss with him your arabic phrases.

And this is indeed the point that islam is for the Arabs only and you ain't an Arab

oh and Mullahs are a dime a dozen

>Why are you imposing the Turkish people in Cyprus the Greek culture?

Oh the turks can head back to Central Asia and the real greeks that pretend to be turks can stay deal?

> Is this the only way to live together? Sounds very inhumiliating and I hope, not all people have the same understanding.

Oh a Turk who is lecturing about civility! Oh spare us this one

>Believe me, there are bad people and good people.

So where were the good Turks when 1.5M Armenians were killed in cold blood? and where are the good Turks that can admit that there was indeed an Armenian Genocide? you tell us

>We were about to discuss about Gaza.

What does Gaza have to do with our little chat?

> Probably you could give me an answer (please not in Arabic).

Answer to what?

>As I assume that the Palestine areas have somehow a constitution, why was Hamas allowed to join the elections?

What does this have to do with you and your ancestry and your obvious self hate?

>I do not really understand this situation! A terroristic group joins the elections and wins and has no clue about democracy or better to say is totally anti-democratic. Is there anything I miss?

Oh a turk that is lecturing us about democracy oh spare us this one too


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