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The biggest mosque in Kosovo to be built by the (Islamic) Republic of Turkey

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in response to reader comment: Law applies to everybody equally

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 29, 2012 at 17:13

> I think religion and politics should be kept apart.

In a 99,8% Islamized Turkey this sounds like a joke from yesterday's dead farce called "Kemalism", doesn't it? In the meantime the (Islamic) Republic of Turkey is building the biggest mosque in Kosovo in Mitrovica. In terms of exporting Islam and building mosques religion and poltics are clearly kept apart the same way both in the (Islamic) Republic of Turkey and in Saudi Arabia.

>We are not living in the middle ages.<

You Moslems are living now in the year 1433 of hijra. According to our calendar this is the Middle Ages.

> To designate Turkish foreign affairs as Jihadist is beyond absurd.The Jihadists of today do not consider Turkey even a muslim state.<

Are they really so ignorant on what is going on Turkey ? If they are, they will change their mind learning how many jihadists Turkey has in fact supported, sheltered and trained for jihad in Chechnya and the 9/11 jihadist attacks against America.


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