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    From davidcoors@yahoo.com@21:1/5 to All on Wed Nov 2 20:55:47 2016
    He is locking up all female members of his family in hijab like Islamist garments, and turns around shamelessly says "Don’t lock women up." This is nothing short of catch-22, a double standard of talking both side of his mouth. In the picture he is
    surrendered with women, including his wife, locked-up in Islamist garments. He has no right to say anything like that unless he and member of his family are good role-models themselves.

    The reason why they lock themselves up in Islamist clothing is to protect themselves from men who are waiting to sexually assault them around every corner. Islamist women and men are sexual paranoids and perverts. The director of Education of Burdur
    province (an AKP appointee) said this on a hot mile on October 15, 2016, and Cumhuriyet daily (Erdogan wants to close) published : "A woman who wears make-up in public is equivalent to adultery."

    Wearing Islamist clothing by women or forcing them to do so by Islamist men is a direct insult to men.

    This is direct from Sharia Law.

    The irony of this is this. While Erdogan is trying to establish his version of Sharia Law while accusing Gulen of establishing Gulen's version of Sharia Law as defined by Said Nursi.

    The war of two medieval Islamists who are determined in 21st Century to destroy Democratic Republic of Turkiye which wants to stay as a modern and unconditionally respectful to human rights and freedoms, and prosper.



    Wednesday,November 2 2016

    Erdogan to Muslims: Don’t lock women up


    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has advised Muslims “not to lock women up” in comments made in Istanbul at an Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on women’s roles.

    “The logic that believes women should only be at home, is wrong,” Erdogan said Nov. 2, adding that “a strong nation cannot be built based on that logic.”

    “That’s why we don’t have the right to ask why the West is so ahead of us,” he said, adding that it was crucial to recognize this for the development of countries.

    “The logic of keeping women away from everything, from science, knowledge, political life and social life is wrong,” Erdogan said.

    “If we want the women to contribute in our countries’ development targets, we must first make sure they equally have their share of rights and opportunities,” Erdogan said. “It is not realistic to expect the women to give their contribution
    before they are fully included in employment and decision-making mechanisms.”

    Earlier in the day, Erdogan spoke at the Turkish-African Business Forum in Istanbul, warning African officials about the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ), the group widely believed to have orchestrated the failed July 15 coup attempt.

    Stressing terrorism’s role in damaging economic prosperity, Erdogan asked African countries to support his country in its fight against the followers of the U.S.-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen.

    “The international fight against terrorism needs international solidarity, otherwise we will fail,” he said.
    During the July 15 coup attempt, 246 people were killed and 2,194 others were injured.

    The president stated Turkey’s Education Ministry had started taking over Gülenist-affiliated schools in many countries. “This organization is very active in the continent, they are active in 170 countries. The African continent has been abused by
    this FETÖ organization… It is my duty to warn you,” he said.


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