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  1. Ali Akademir
    December 19, 2011

    Turkey: A Repressive Model for the Middle East?

    Nothing new! However, it is worth Amnesty to know repression is not directed towards a section of society (journalists or Kurds) it is directed to all opposition to the fundamentalist islamofascists running Turkey since 2002. Businessman, lawyers, journalists, lectureres, writers, medical doctors, officers in their hundreds are in prison awaiting trials for more than four years on charges engineered by the police and prosecutors who are paid members of Fethullah's Nur sect.

    Evil islamofascist "democracy" fed and supported by evil "USA" and the evil "EU".

  2. Ali Akademir
    December 20, 2011

    Turkey: A Repressive Model for the Middle East?

    Nothing new! However, it is worth Amnesty to know repression is not directed towards a section of society (journalists or Kurds) it is directed to all opposition to the fundamentalist islamofascists running Turkey since 2002. Businessman, lawyers, journalists, lectureres, writers, medical doctors, officers in their hundreds are in prison awaiting trials for more than four years on charges engineered by the police and prosecutors who are paid members of Fethullah’s Nur sect.

    Evil islamofascist “democracy” fed and supported by evil “USA” and the evil “EU”.

  3. jean
    January 22, 2012

    Some are also in jail in Turkey cause they were implicated in the latest attempted Coup financed by USA to oust Erdogan or have him removed or assassinated, to destabilize the country and install a puppet.

  4. jean
    January 22, 2012

    Some are also in jail in Turkey cause they were implicated in the latest attempted Coup financed by USA to oust Erdogan or have him removed or assassinated, to destabilize the country and install a puppet.

  5. i hate china
    January 27, 2012

    I HAET CHINNNNNA

  6. i hate china
    January 27, 2012

    I HAET CHINNNNNA

  7. Ali Akademir
    November 3, 2013

    What ha Amnesty ever done about human rights abuses in Turkey and other Islamic dictatorships?

  8. gabriel
    April 29, 2014

    Indeed, this is strange. How can Turkey make such progress in some matter, while still being so corrupt and repressive in others?

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