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Submitted by susan (Italy), May 26, 2007 at 10:47

"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."

LOL, .... The rest of religions evolved, islam stayed at the primitive status and you blame other countries for NOT using fascist methods that you love to kick them out.

What can we do? we are not animals that need a whole army to prevent people from stoning women like your book orders. We EVOLVED.

We don't need to murder anybody like your police state does, we just need to point out how backward your population is to keep you at distance forever. We need to show the genes of idiocy portrayed full time, we need our television to pump news everyday about your cult.

We need the people to associate islam with nazism, with satanism to finally outlaw it in every civilized country (so you can keep it confined in your neanderthal land).

"So, I bet a religious fanatic also killed Father Santoro. You can not blame me nor every Turk for his death."

yes I blame you and I blame the turks, because the TV campaign that you did after his death is sick... A priest with a community of less of a DOZEN people was accused of paying people to convert while no such a thing ever happened. ...

"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."

... Nazis were never christians, and you should know better because in spite of your illiteracy rate, Mein Kampf is a best seller in turkey. So we have outlawed neo nazi movement and I couldn't care less about what happens to muslims in Russia or anywhere else.

Unlike the people caught murdering christians in muslim lands that become heroes (like the guy in your land that killed Dink, now he's a national hero... ), crimes of those kind are punished in the west. While muslim police is known to do nothing when non-muslims are affected.

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

what is a generalization? that nobody in turkey ever apologised for any crime against any minority? ...

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