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    • christoph
    • 01.03.13 | 16:21 (IST)

    In secular countries it should be possible to believe whatever, including that Mohammad was the last of YHWH's prophets. But I am sufficiently islamophobic to oppose people who want to rule a country by islamic laws like in Iran or Saudi-Arabia. To my eyes, his zionism rant looks of course a bit anachronistic, but to the countries which have not recognized Israel, it probably does not. I can't say if Erdogan's pan-islamic traits are genuine or part of a strategy, maybe it doesn't matter. On the other hand, between Merkel's EU and Arab Al-Jazeeristan, Turkey's status might not be much easier than Israel's either, although both countries seem to be ruled by the wrong men in order to recognize that they suffer from the present diplomatic situation. Anyway, Netanyahu's territorial zionism truly is a crime against Palestinian humans. By the way: I admit that before that ugly civil war broke out in Syria, I also said to myself that it's sad if I cannot enter Syria with an Israeli stamp in my passport. "Luckily", lack of money for bigger journeys has pushed such thoughts aside since some years.

    from the article: At UN conference, Erdogan calls Zionism 'crime against humanity'
    First published 12:50 28.02.13 | Last updated 12:50 28.02.13
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