Saturday, June 07, 2008

Winds of War: Turkish Moderates Fight Back

Now why do Muslims understand the threat of Islamism and take proper action every time it raises its ugly head – and we in the West don’t? Why don’t we learn from Muslims themselves who see the threat quite clearly and act quickly?

ANKARA (AFP) — Turkey's chief prosecutor insisted Friday that the ruling party must be banned for undermining the country's secular system, the NTV news channel reported.

Prosecutor Abdurrahman Yalcinkaya said in written deliberations to the Constitutional Court that the initial defence presented by the Justice and Development Party (AKP) to the tribunal failed to refute the charges against it, NTV said.

He also maintained that 71 party officials -- among them Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul -- should be banned from politics for five years, the report added.

Yalcinkaya initiated the case in March, arguing that the AKP had become a "focal point" of anti-secular activities aimed at installing an Islamist regime in Turkey.

The case is the latest round in the AKP's bitter battle with Turkey's hardline secularists -- including the army, the judiciary and academia -- that has raged since it came to power in 2002.


Enter the 'BUT MONKEYS'.

The AKP has disowned its Islamist roots and embraced Turkey's bid to join the European Union, but maintains that rigid interpretations of secularism in Turkey breach religious freedoms.

The AKP wants it both ways – or as normal for the Islamists – talking out of both sides of their mouths.

Meanwhile, there may be a spark of awareness in the dhimmi UK.

Moves to allow Muslim clerics into classrooms to address pupils were condemned yesterday. The latest scheme put forward by Schools Secretary Ed Balls was greeted with derision.

The package of measures, to be published next week, will set out a proposal to invite British-born imams into schools to speak about growing violent extremism among young people.

Under the plans, the imams would teach citizenship so that pupils learn about the Koran and Islam in the context of a multicultural society. But last night the scheme was described as yet another worthless Government gimmick.

Opponents said the plans would simply provide another opportunity to deliver “faith-based citizenship lessons” on Islam.


Gee! You think?

Under the plans, the imams would teach citizenship so that pupils learn about the Koran and Islam in the context of a multicultural society.

BRAAHAAA! That should prove interesting since Islam can’t coexist in a multicultural society.

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