Egypt: Turkey Bans YouTube

Egyptian blogger Sandmonkey reports that Turkey has blocked YouTube for hosting videos that insulted Kemal Attaturk.
“The model secular Islamic state everyone,” he remarks.

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  • Kubra

    So what if they insulted attaturk, What good has he done for Turks, he insulted Islam, worked to abolish the Islamic State which had Turkey as the capital of a ( The Most)Powerfull Empire ranging from Western China (Xinjiang:Largest province in China where people are still fighting to rid them selves of a brutal Anti-Islamic [athiest] Han Chinese comunists, a Place also known as Turkistan where the peple still speak Turkic),Asia, Eourpe:(Yougoslavia, Romania Bulgaria, Hugary, Slovinia, Armenia, Ukrain Africa: Egypt,Sudan, Libiya,Tunisia, even deep in Western Africa Niger and Nigeria. All this he lost for Turkiey and He Insulted and humiliated the Leader of the muslim World and his Family by removing Sulan Abdul Hamid 2nd’s wifes Hijab in pblic and parading them in public (which had made the rest of the Muslim World from India to Africa in tears)so that he could impress his Masters the other Europeans namely the French, Swiss, Germans and he Kemal Attaturk Made Turkiey’s dress code resemble the West, changed the language of learning from Arabic sriptures to Latin European .Turkiye still has not entered Europe after 100 years of kemel humiliating Turcks, still the Europe wants Turkiy to drop its clothes like Attaturk,be homosexuals and be a small country which can not look after its people, give dignity to them and develop them selves and be a strong Country. So I can not see why Turks Love attaturk so Much it makes no sense . To me

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