Turkish government condemns alleged conservative Muslim attack on Istanbul art gallery

With thanks to proud kaffir

From google news

By The Associated Press (CP) – 17 hours ago

ISTANBUL — Turkey’s Islamic-rooted government has condemned an attack allegedly by conservative Muslims on people drinking cocktails outside an Istanbul art gallery, calling for understanding and respect for one another’s way of life in this largely Muslim but secular country.

Culture Minister Ertugrul Gunay said Thursday his government will seek the heaviest punishment for the culprits who beat and slightly injured five guests drinking in the street outside the gallery in Istanbul’s Tophane district on Tuesday evening. Alcohol is forbidden in Islam.

Gunay called on the gallery to the respect family values of the neighbourhood while also urging respect for different lifestyles and their right to be and work in that area.

Turkey is aspiring to become the first Muslim member of the European Union.

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4 Replies to “Turkish government condemns alleged conservative Muslim attack on Istanbul art gallery”

  1. This is just the beginning of hoards of religious ‘brownshirts’ enforcing strict adherence to what ever degree of Sharia Law that suits the Imams and the easily manipulated political class. I repeat the most foolish act would be to bring Turkey into the EU. Just think of it as a gateway for untold numbers of radical Islamists to enter Europe, once in turkey with bogus or questionable documents, corrupt Turkish ‘brethren’ would give them a passport or ‘good’ papers giving them unlimited access to any EU country.

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