A new video about the martyrdom of three Christian workers at the hands of Islamic activists in Turkey reveals that while the government's case against the alleged killers continues in turmoil and confusion, the Christian community in the Muslim nation views the tragedy as the will of God.
"Malayta," available now as the April 18 third anniversary of the deaths approaches, is from Austin Stone Community Church, Voice of the Martyrs and Family Christian Movies. It tells the story of the martyrdom of Necati Aydin, Tilman Geske and Ugur Yuksel. The three, who were working at a Christian publishing house, had agreed to meet with several young Muslim men who expressed interest in the Bible.
FrontPage Magazine 15 April 2010
By Robert Spencer
Barack Obama has removed all mention of Islam from the National Security Strategy document, which during the Bush Administration said: "The struggle against militant Islamic radicalism is the great ideological conflict of the early years of the 21st century.”
Milli Görüs, is essentially an Ottoman-islamic movement inspired by Necmettin Erbakans writings. The political parties propagating his views were often banned because they violated Turkey’s secularist legislation.
Following the ban of the Virtue Party (FP) the movement split up in the Felicity Party representing Erbakan’s old guard, and the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) led by younger and more pragmatic politicians around Recep Tayyip Erdogan.