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"...We'll see" - Whatever we'll see , it won't be a "moderate" Turkish Moslem

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 30, 2007 at 17:06

"Moderate" Muslim , wrote :

> It is somewhat strange though, they do not seem to be particularly democratic,

You mean "the Turks" ? Turkishness is barbarity and as such irreconciable with democracy . If anyone questions Turkishness in this 'secular' Moslem hothouse , he or she gets 3 years in prison (article 301 of the Turkish Penal Code after "reform") or is killed by a casually roaming grey wolf. The country is greywolf-infested , you know .

> many are mad because the prime minister's wife wears the hijab. It obviously shouldnt be mandatory, but wearing the hijab should be allowed if people want to. It's her personal choice.

Again the sickening fairy tale that Islam is a matter of "personal choice" as slavery (=Islam) is freedom ? ... Allah was so generous as to give us a chance to choose slavery (=Islam) with all its paraphernalia , so why not allow what so pleases Allah ? ...

How ingenious of both Him and of you , Moslem Fifth Columnist !


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