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Reader comment on item: Islamist Turkey vs. Secular Iran?
in response to reader comment: from muslims point of view

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 16, 2010 at 07:53

Our dear Havas tells us

>ı also like greeks and armenian people and their culture

A Turk who likes Armenians and Greeks? Sobhanallah

Then why did the Turks kill in cold blood 1.5M Armenians and expelled the Greeks from Asia Minor? Any guesses? and how about the Syrians? Oh they do not exist!

>although most of them hates us.

Oh poor baby!

Hello: they have every good reason to hate you

>their food and music and the way they dialog with each other is like turks.

And the Turks claim that they invented such foods and music right?

>if there is a real islamic terror on earth done in the name of allah, it is orginised by saudi arabia

Veru true as this is where islam came from! So do you think that I should tell el-wahabiyuun that torkey men turkiyya is saying that Islamic terrorism is because of islam? what do you think? I smell a fatwa here

>and america partnership using backward afghan pakistan and ıraq people. america war industry needs enemy. and after defeating the communists new enemy is we muslims.ı really think this way.


But how about the Armenian Genocide?

Shame on you


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