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Our dear Michel and his little love fest with Kebab!

Reader comment on item: Islamist Turkey vs. Secular Iran?
in response to reader comment: TX, Erich, I certainly understand your concerns, however, consider our own ideological tides

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 12, 2010 at 15:29

Our dear Michel is still looking for his lost "moderate Muslim" but he fell in the hands of the usual Turkish propagandists so enlighten us our dear michel

>Losing Turkey to Islamists, will not make much of a difference to the West in its struggle against radical Islam, but winning this nation as a true ally, a bridge-head in the Muslim world and perhaps even the incubator for reform from within, could prove to be priceless.

Hello: the Arabs cannot stand Turkey or the Turks and it ain't no bridge to no where with the Arabs and how come you did not know that?

For the readers: The Arabs were brutalized by Turkish imperialism for a very long period of time and the funny thing is the Turks left no legacy behind them in the Middle East

Oh and who really invented bakalva and falafel and hummus and basbousa and Arak and oh I forgot el-kabab? It is the polyglot people of the Middle East and all the Turks did was to claim these foods for themselves! Did you learn something new today?

As for islam in Turkey mr Einstein it is no more than another way for those delusional Turks to distance themselves from their ancestors the greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians who were brutalized by the Turkish barbarians that came from central Asia

Remember our dear Michel? Old civilizations are not conjured away except in the minds of the delusional Turks and some delusional swiss people


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