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Submitted by surj (United Kingdom), May 16, 2007 at 16:04

Was Turkey trying to become so called civilized European country by changing to Latin alphabet from Arabic alphabet, was stupid on their part. Countries do not become civilized by changing alphabets from one language to another. If you reckon that by changing back to Arabic alphabets, Turkey could become top man of Europe, dream on. Turkey will be a burden to Europe. We do not , repeat do not need Turkey in Europe. They are better off sticking to their Muslim countries.Taking Northern Cyprus by force , you call them civilized.

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