Its ironic to see how much a country which is built on religous basis (Israel)is paying attention 2 religion in other countries...especialy Turkey...deep inside u know no one will help u as much as ardogan and...mursi...we know the game..maybe u consider to stop this funny acting..islamophopia...
Israel is a secular country. The population of Israel is diverse including one million Arab Muslims. They have the same political rights as the Jewish Israelis. There are several Arab members in the Knesset. Comparing this with Turkey: there are no Jewish nor Armenian members in the TBMM. Under the current election law it is possible for Kurts to win seats in the TBMM therefore they run independent. Once elected they are shunned and many times put in prison with doctored false evidences.
David Israel ,
New York, USA
3. Ever more Islamisation,best of luck voting them out..
PETER SM ,
4. Onwards toward th 12th century, March.......
Bunnie Meyer ,
Los Angeles, CA USA
5. # 1
We are not acting deary, we are laughing at you.
6. islamisation is spreeding in turkey, Ataturk turn over in..
7. Turkey takes one step backwards
and one step forwards to becoming a suberb of Iran.
When the goverment starts issuing such statments as they want to raise a generation of religious youth, you have to question a goverment that tells people what they can belive.
People should be free to decide what they belive and what not to belive. You can not and will not force religion on seculare people as they try to do here in Israel, the more laws they pass the more people will rebel against them.
8. #4 Check out Meir Shareem and Bnei Brak
Onwards towards the 10th century
9. a dangerous turn
This override human rights, most Turks do not like is not unacceptable a dangerous turn
10. Just fear of fanaticism
1# Leena - I think you might have a Finnish background according to your name? Israel is not a theocracy - but Turkey might soon be a theocracy. It seems that the islamists have already started to build a new islamist regime to come. Luckily there are still reasonable people in Turkey also - who do not support this. Being against Islamist theocracies - it is not islamophobia, it’s fear of fanaticism! All Muslims are not Islamists!
By the way, we have a state Church in Finland also - but unlike most Islamic regimes, Finland is a democracy, not a theocracy - our Judeo-Christian values seems to give a good basic to a state. But still I'm under the impression - that especially Muslims! - have a greater freedom in Israel to practise their religion than they have here in Finland.