(There is a sharp difference between these Turkish creationists, who in my experience have dressed in 3-pc. business suits and are impeccable in their behavior, and the Islamist fanatics we are so rightly concerned about in other contexts.)
Anyway, the idea that Christian creationists are taking marching orders or even are much influenced by Islamic creationists is just silly. Most Christian creationists are not even aware of their Islamic counterparts, who are clearly getting their ideas from the larger and better established Christian organizations, not vice versa. Atlaw is pushing a rather ridiculous and untenable line of reasoning, and I think the average reader will perceive that easily enough just based on simple logic and common knowledge of the creation/evolution topography.
Thanks for your thoughtful response, Liberty. I will be posting an ever expanding version of the above, everytime Mr. Lawyer attempts to slime Creationists/IDers by falsely linking them to Islamist terrorism.