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More than 20 % Turks are already Islamists and they are increasing their influence

Reader comment on item: A Million Moderate Muslims on the March
in response to reader comment: Turkey's Military ...

Submitted by Sardar (India), May 8, 2007 at 23:42

Islamists are increasing their Influence in Turkey and they are growing at a rapid speed. Turks in Europe are very radical and are engaged in all sorts of problems.

Turks of Turkey are posing as moderates only to get access and become members of European Union , once these 80 million turks will become members of EU , they will show their true Islamic colours.

Even muslims from other 56 countries will use turkey as a tunnel to enter EU and further Islamize it at faster phase.

It is the same Turkey which refused its NATO ally USA to stage its Army in Turkey to remove the worst dictator Saddam Hussian which has gassed his own people.

Trusting muslims will led us to failures in war against Islam.

... I want to correct it as an Arab can be Christian or Druze also which are very friendly and peaceloving. Its better to say that ,

" A Moderate Muslim is a dead Muslim "

Time will prove that this saying is correct. I am saying this after spending 35 years as non muslim in a 95 % muslim dominated country. Now I have left it.


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