Turkish government ordered 2007 torture and murder of Christian publishers
On April 18, 2007, Muslims tortured and murdered three employees of the Zirve Publishing House, a Bible publishing house. "Who ordered the murder of Christians?," by Orhan Kemal Cengiz for Today's Zaman, July 3 (thanks to Twostellas):
I was telling you the story of Ilker Çinar who was employed by the National Strategies and Operations Department of Turkey (TUSHAD), which is an undercover unit of the military, like JITEM, which also has strong connections with TUSHAD.
Çinar penetrated the Christian community and gathered a lot of information, while he was pretending to be a missionary. He became a church leader, and upon receiving another order, he became "Muslim” again and launched a campaign against missionaries across the country.
From the second indictment of the Malatya massacre we also learnt that he was also ordered to work with the Malatya gendarmerie against missionaries. From the statements of Çinar, who is now a confessor trying to receive immunity in exchange for the information he gave, we understand that Malatya was one of the centers from which psychological warfare against missionaries and Christians was being lead. (...)