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European societies, safe haven for fanatics

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in response to reader comment: secular or not, you still murder minorities

Submitted by Tijen (United States), May 25, 2007 at 15:31

Turkey expelled imams preaching hatred and what happened? They took refuge in "decadent european societies", as you say, and continued their non-sense. Countries like France and Germany were safe haven for these imams and other terrorists. Why these countries behave this way would make a good discussion topic.

These imams deserve punishment of any kind you prefer if they are preaching hatred and poisoning young minds. After all, Ataturk had no pity for them. Once, these imams and mollas beheaded a soldier of the Republic and Ataturk had them all captured and executed. Too bad he did not get all of them. So, I bet a religious fanatic also killed Father Santoro. You can not blame me nor every Turk for his death.

Could you tell me why some Neo-Nazi like Christians in St. Petersburg attacked a little girl and father with Turkish origins and beat the girl to death? (The father lived to tell and suffer for the rest of his life for not being the one die.) Now, am I blaming you and every other non-Turk for this girl's death?... No. I am not.

By the way, your generalizations to masses indicate that you are very immature.


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