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TURKISH FASHION

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Submitted by JACQUES HADIDA (United States), Feb 12, 2013 at 14:04

Most amazing that you went out of your way to let us know about the transformation in fashion within Turkey.

Yes, the world is changing and sadly not always in the way we wish it to change.

Here is another model of how ISLAM MAY TRANSFORM OUR WORLD whether we like iit or not. As for alcohol, why not serve it to non Moslems? Well, just in case it may temps others, right? I wish to see THY's numbers to see if there is a drop in profits

Too bad, that blue young lady looked nice all right

JACQUES HADIDA

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