Last edited by Sideline; 03-06-2012 at 06:53 AM. Reason: always at least spelling, clarification for communication
According to Wikipedia it has an "Hybrid regime". It's not a democracy,but not a dictatorship like Iran or Jordan or Yeman,etc....you can say that Wikipedia is not reliable ,but i think it is...
According to this site Turkey is "partly free" with
According to these sites and others Turkey is not a real democracy,but also not a dictatorship like most of the Muslim countries. She is in the middle...
Last edited by ggk; 03-06-2012 at 07:52 AM. Reason: by the way sideline ... i have double title custom and uncustom
LOL..why are you trolling?
indonesia have a very large muslims population, although they dont call them selves as an Islamic Nation.. they do practice Democracy very seriously.
also there is Malaysia which also have a huge number of Muslim population and plus recently they call them selves as Islamic Nation although Malaysia constitution says Malaysia are actually a secular states. They also take their democracy seriously
Syria is following the same recipe. Looking at the casualty figures for Libya (reported as up to 30,000), has it been worth it? The ongoing human rights abuses look like an improvement worthy of this?
http://theintelhub.com/2012/02/13/ec...-for-uprising/Ayman al-Zawahiri, widely regarded as al Qaeda’s current number one figure, has called upon the rebels in Syria – who already have strong ties to the West – to continue their campaign against one of the few people on earth continuing to oppose Western hegemony.A common misconception amongst the Western public is that if you seek to expose the corruption and highly duplicitous nature of the West’s approach to these so-called revolutions, you somehow agree with or are defending the target of the uprising.