FrontPageMagazine 9 June 2010
By Robert Ellis
In 1974, when Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan was president of the Istanbul youth group of the MSP (the Islamist National Salvation Party), he wrote, directed, and starred in a play called Mas-Kom-Ya, which addressed subversive elements in Turkish society:
masons, communists and yahudi (Jews). This very same performer has managed to convince gullible Western politicians that Turkey is committed to EU membership. Equally convincingly, he has played to the Arab gallery since his AKP (Justice and Development Party) came to power in 2002.
Dear Embassy of Turkey
Contrary to the assurances of the president of Muslim League in the Republic of Poland, the Ministry of Interior and Administration (MSWiA) does not know who finances the building of the Centre of Islamic Culture in Warsaw.
Islamist Turkey Overreaches: Ankara’s irresponsible behavior reveals the weaknesses of Islamism 2.0.
National Review 8 June 2010
By Daniel Pipes