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The Return of Inquisition (German Version)

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Submitted by pike (Switzerland), Jan 6, 2006 at 10:39

Herr Heribert Rech hat in der ersten Woche '06 die ungeteilte Aufmerksamkeit der türkischen Armee der Grauen Panther und einer
weiteren breiten Oeffentlichkeit der klassischen modernen Türkei auf sich gezogen.
Dies durch einen Einbürgerungsfragebogen, welcher auf einige Europäer wie ein Radikalenerlass aus der Inquisitionszeit
der Jesuiten wirkt. In seiner Funktion als Innenminister scheint Herr Heribert Rech damit einen der in der europäischen Geschichte
besonders in Frankreich sehr blutigen Religionskriege losgetreten zu haben.
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