Skip to comments.40 % of Turkish population does not want to live w/ the Christian neighbor (Islamic bigotry)
Posted on 05/22/2012 7:50:02 AM PDT by Righting
Expert: 40 % of Turkish population does not want to live with the Christian neighbor
Today head of the Armenian science department of Noravanq educational foundation, expert on Turkey Alistakes Simavoryan and expert of the same foundation Vahram Hovyan met journalists and referred to the topic of religious intolerance against Christians in Turkey.
According to A. Simavoryan now 120.000 Christians live in Turkey now and 59.000 of them are Armenians. There are also sects in Turkey, for example, witnesses of Jehovah and Mormons. There are Armenians among them as well.
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I don’t want to live with them either. In my mind the answer is very easy.
“Them” being Muslims, that is.
In my opinion, that sounds rather friendly. If a poll were taken here, I’m confident 40% of Americans would say the same thing about Muslims.
I dont want to live with them either. In my mind the answer is very easy.
Now, here is where the liberal media is hypocritical again... The “moderate” Turkish Islamic anti Christian bigotry and aopartheid will be categorzied as a “culture” thing. But you and other “infidels” will be branded as “Islamophobic”, whatever that means anyway.
Do they like Christian tourists ?
Do they like Christian tourists ?
They hate Christians but... love their MONEY!
Muslims are not being murdered routinely, although too many of them are obnoxious militants in a host country.
And the percentage here in the US is much higher than 40%, for solid worldwide reasons. Damned murdering delusional savages.
the attacks and pressure against Christians are held both by the government and by the Turk extremists.18.05.12, 17:50
And of these 40%, how many think Turkey should be in the European Union?
For Turks, “Christian” means Armenian. And we can guess how the supposedly “sophisticated” Turks of Istanbul and Ankara feel about the Eastern Armenians (google Armenian genocide....)
Sura 4:89 seize them and slay them wherever you find them: and in any case take no friends or helpers from their ranks.
Sura 9:29-33 upon such of those to whom the Scriptures have been given as believe not in God,
I’ve said this before - Ataturk is spinning in his grave. This is not the way he envisioned bringing the Turkish people into the 20th century and on.
It is sad. The Turks so revered Ataturk when I lived in Turkey in the 60s, that we Americans were told never to say his name in public because a paranoid Turk (and there were many of them!) would assume we were speaking ill of their dead leader.
There is no way they can continue to revere his memory while falling back into the dark age mentality that is the moslem religion.
Soon burkas, veils and the fez will be mandatory after being banned by Ataturk. That was one of the best things he did and I am sure the hardliner religious leaders will be reversing all the changing that Ataturk brought about. Sad.
I wonder how long it take the hardliners to destroy the historic statues and buildings that have stood for centuries. One thing I have noticed about those mullah types, they hate anything that is beautiful or colorful or pleasant to see or hear -
Ethnic cleansing will soon follow.
I love these 2 gems:
1 - And 58 % of them does not want to live with Jew neighbor, Simavoryan noted.
2 - Every action by the Christian Church is presented as negative action. Even the churches are presented as terrorist organizations. ~~Talk about projection!~~
They do not hate Christians.
Articles and attitudes such as these do nothing to accomplish the universal peace and brotherhood we should all be striving for.
Turkish people are very hospitable very friendly people, and would give you the shirt off their backs.
>> According to A. Simavoryan now 120.000 Christians live in Turkey now and 59.000 of them are Armenians.
And that’s a number infinitely larger than the number of muslims and Turks living in Armenia, which ought to tell you something.
Armenian Apostolic 94.7%, other Christian 4%, Yezidi (monotheist with elements of nature worship) 1.3%
No muslim can live in Armenia, they’d be dead.
The article is in an Armenian propaganda medium, anyway. I wouldn’t believe it on matters regarding Turkey.
A documentary by Marty Callaghan - can get all his other works on Amazon but not this one..
Spreading these lies about the Turks, a deep rooted people both loved, respected, and even feared in the region, will only weaken you. But we Turks are not interested in a weak America. We will counter any and all of these feeble attempts to poison our relationship with the American people.
I spread no lie.
Those are actual quotes from the queeranus.
You have a justifiable pride in your homeland.
However, I see Turkey changing, and not for the better. Along with the rest of the Islamic world, it is falling into the Salafist sphere. Secular, nationalist governments are being overthrown and replaced by Salafist regimes founded on ultra-conservative interpretations of sharia. This is in no small part due to the Saudi training and funding of imams to spread their Wahabist doctrine. It is undermining the secular Turkish state.
Erdogan is playing a dangerous game with his Islamist ties. After making great economic and diplomatic strides in his first term, he is trending toward authoritarianism. I don’t think Ataturk would be at all pleased with the recent direction of the political scene in Turkey.
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