Thursday, 1 October 2009

Turks Don't Wants Jews, Christians or Atheists as Neighbours

An opinion poll survey in Turkey, partly financed by the European Union, has produced some interesting results. It seems those "secular" Turks aren't quite so secular after all.

I have yet to find an English-language version of the report.

But according to the German news magazine Focus the survey found that:

Four out of 10 Turks would not want to have Jewish neighbours.

Three out of 10 Turks would not want to have Christian neighbours.

Half of all Turks thought that non-Muslims should be barred from employment in the Turkish justice system, the army, the police, the intelligence services and political parties.

40% of Turks believe Jews and Christians should be barred from employment in the health or academic sectors.

57% of Turks said they would not want atheists as neighbours.

Around one out of five Turks said they would not want a foreigner as a neighbour.

How is it possible that our elite political class are trying to force the acceptance of this country into the European Union? How is it possible?

1 comment:

  1. Also from in this survey:
    I don't want a neighbour who...
    * is using alcohol (%72)
    * a couple living together without official marriage license (%67)
    * is an Atheist (%66)
    * is a Jew (%64)
    * is a Christian(%52)
    * is an American (%43)
    * his/her daughter wear short (%36)
    * is another race or color (%26)

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