Father Andrea Santoro (left), a 61-year-old Roman Catholic priest, and 63-year-old Bishop Luigi Padovese (right), Apostolic Vicar of Anatolia, were two Christian priests murdered in Turkey in recent years.
- Turkey's countless agreements with Western organizations do not seem to have reduced the hatred for Christians there.
- In Turkey, it is "ordinary people" who murder or attack Christians, then the judiciary or political system somehow find a way of enabling the perpetrators to get away with the crimes. Most of these crimes are not covered by the international media and Turkey is never held responsible.
- While Muslims are pretty much free to practice their religion and express their views on other religions anywhere in the world, Christians and other non-Muslims can be killed in Turkey and other Muslim-majority countries just for attempting peacefully to practice their religion or openly express their views.
- "Multiculturalism," which is passionately defended by many
liberals in the West, could have worked wonders in multi-ethnic and
multi-religious places such as Anatolia. But unfortunately, Islamic
ideology allows only one culture, one religion, and one way of thinking
under their rule: Islam. Ironically, this is the central fact these
liberals do not want to see.
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