While Israel is constantly excoriated for supposedly targeting civilians, we see Islamic jihadists in Gaza and now in Syria deliberately staging jihad operations in areas where civilians will almost certainly get hurt by retaliatory action. Loading bomb devices for jihad attacks in Turkey onto an ambulance carrying a pregnant woman shows yet again the egregious […]
They weren’t depicting him as a human being; he was going to be depicted as a beam of light. But even that was too much in rapidly re-Islamizing Turkey, although a large part of this controversy may be due to the rift between Fethullah Gülen and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In any case, it is noteworthy […]
As Turkey rapidly re-Islamizes, this is no surprise. “Men are the managers of the affairs of women for that God has preferred in bounty one of them over another, and for that they have expended of their property. Righteous women are therefore obedient, guarding the secret for God’s guarding. And those you fear may be […]
A downward spiral.
IsraelNationalNews (Dec 9) — Two Turkish tourists could face up to two years in prison for giving Nazi salutes outside the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp in Poland. The Turkish nationals – who according to Turkey’s Zamannews site are a man … Continue reading →
From: Murat To: email@example.com Dear Bare Naked Islam: Hi. I’m a proud Islamophobic citizen of so-called “secular” Turkey. You don’t have to go to sharia states to be an Islamophobe. Anyone knowing ten Muslims in anywhere in the world can … Continue reading →
I wonder if PM Erdogan’s pal, Barack Hussein Obama, is helping to fund this mosque, too? After all, with at least half of Turkey’s 83,000 mosques standing virtually empty, what they need is another mosque. h/t Frederic F
Cairo accuses Turkey of backing Muslim Brotherhood, inciting against military-backed regime. The Jerusalem Post (Nov 23) — Egypt has asked Turkey’s ambassador to leave and accused Ankara of backing unnamed organizations bent on spreading instability – a likely reference to … Continue reading →