Sunday, February 05, 2006

TURKEY IS A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT, WHY CAN'T THE REST OF ISLAMIC NATIONS BECOME ONE

All of President Bush's detractors keep saying that Islamic Nations cannot become democratic.

My question is: Why not? The link shown here talks about articles from Turkey and is worth reading. INDC Journal: But ... Isn't Turkey an Islamic Nation?

Turkey has a representative government. Part of a good representative is effective law and order, which Turkey certainly has. Turkey has an educated populace, but not as educated as Iraqians or Iranions. The difference is free elections.

I believe that Iraq is on the way to become a representative government. They will make some mistakes and have some serious setbacks, but will succeed in the long run.

The reason the Palestinian populace has very little chance of having a representative government is the ignorance of the populace. Effective governments have law and order, a thriving monetary system, and a good education system. This is sadly missing in the Palestinian controlled territories.

Other than Palestine, the rest of Islam can become democratic, once they throw out the Feudal systems of government. Turkey is a model for that system at this moment even if the populace is not Arabic. Iraq will become the model for the Arabic Nations.

WHY ARE MUSLIM PROTEST SIGNS PRINTED IN ENGLISH?

Don't you find this a bit puzzling?

Most of don't speak, read or write in English.

Could it be possible that these are organized protests by those who inflame the Muslim world, but are really trying to get the attention of the West's new organizations.

Why?

I would really like to know.

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