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progress and turkey should not be placed in the same sentence

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Submitted by susan (Italy), May 5, 2007 at 18:20

you will never convince me. You are the typical american that thinks just because turkey is in Nato that they are civilized people. I am from europe, we have been knowing saracens and moors since forever. They are just like any other muslim. You are deeply wrong when you think you can turn chicken's droppings into chicken's eggs.

I suggest you to search posts by Ianus on this page talking about Turkey and how much their use of the word "secularism" is a deep fraud.

"Are you saying that the various churches get together and reclaim Turkey, and the rest of the lands under the crescent moon, for the cross?"

If it was possible to reclaim all territories of muslims, not only anatolia and send them all back to arabia I'd do it in a heartbit. Or better, send them to their beloved moon that they pray so often.

I am not interested in anything in the anatolian peninsula, I don't want to "reclaim" anything that's been touched and abused by muslims. Even one of the seven wonders the hagia sophia church has been turned into a horrid mosque, I don't want it back, it's ruined forever....


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