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Reader comment on item: A Madrasa Grows in Brooklyn
in response to reader comment: What can be redeemed?

Submitted by susan (Italy), May 3, 2007 at 18:12

" It boils down to this: are they willing to see where they are wrong. Those who do so, these are the one's who show the most promise in putting the worst of the past behind them."

it is well known that what (fake) secularist attaturk did wasn't actually secularize the nation, but he merely replaced the cult of mohammed with the cult of himself (Lenin, stalin, hitler did the same but the russians and the germans had some brains at the end of the day, the turks don't).

This is the difference between turkey and any other muslim placel. In the rest of the muslim world you have mayhem, riots and murder if you offend mohammed, in turkey you have mayhem, riots and murder if you offend mohammed OR ataturk who was a fascist and created a police state.

It will impossible for us to condemn turkey for the armenian genocide, greek genocide or for anything that any other civilized country was forced to do (reparations, apologies, etc).

If this to you sounds appropriate or correct, then we are talking two different languages.

The turks add to the muslim frenzy even the personal arrogance of being a superior race ( as taught to them by their suprematist cultish leader). If you think that this is not a problem or a problem for the future, I wonder why we removed hitler from power.


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