The Turks, Our Friends & Allies?

No churches for you, infidels:

In Churchless Turkish Capital, Ankara, Church Permit Denied, Mosque going up on proposed church site instead

Lest we forget, Prime Minister of Turkey Erdogan is Obama’s number one ally, “his most trusted” friend. Erdogan, the man who hurled Turkey back centuries and rendered Ataturk a blip on the proverbial historical landscape.

Caliph Erdogan

A request to build a Christian church in Turkey’s capital of Ankara (where none exists) was denied by the Erdogon government. Instead, another mosque will be built where the church had requested permission to build. But of course. 

School me in that interfaith dialogue and mutual respect again.  (Pamela Geller)

Obama says Turkey is a critical ally; declares not at war with Islam
He always says that. Why do they need to be constantly reassured?

ANKARA – U.S. President Barack Obama said Turkey is a critical ally that the U.S. should work with to overcome the challanges of the 21st century in his historic speech at the Turkish parliament in Ankara on Monday. More on the alliance at Hurriyet, thanks to Mullah

Its in the Koran, allah wants it that way:
Perhaps those behind this campaign think they can get the inhabitants of fanatically-Muslim Saudi Arabia to overlook that passage in the Qur’an, and the many examples in the Hadith that reinforce it. Might work — anything is possible. And in any case, it will go over well among unwary non-Muslims, …Read More…

3 thoughts on “The Turks, Our Friends & Allies?”

  1. Please note that many citizens of Turkey are deeply concerned with the behavior of the islamists. Unfortunately they are being let down by the monkey in the white house (an apology to all monkeys for the comparison) and the appeasement twits in our governments. I find it amusing that cattle no longer being shipped to the morons of Egypt (lets hope the pharoahs get their revenge on the muslim morons who are destroying Egypt) will probably be sent to the indonesian parasites at no cost by the present government, rather than being used to provide for Australians who are struggling under real financil hardship at the present time.

  2. sorry!! read “financial” instead of “financil” in previous post – problems with a keyboard,

  3. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out at protesters on the weekend but singled out microblogging social media tool Twitter for his most scathing attack.

    “Now we have a menace that is called Twitter,” he said in an interview on Turkish television. “The best examples of lies can be found there. To me, social media is the worst menace to society.”

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