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this is a soccer thread- please move your crap to the politics thread
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another simpleton - DON'T READ THE THREAD!!!
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My thoughts EXACTLY!!!
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it is the increasingly conservative, narrow minded element of Turkish society being jerks and behaving that way. Societies all over the world are veering towards narrow minded conservative views, not just here.
To characterize this movement in Arab society as conservative is incredibly misguided and is useful only in a dividing and conquering mindset.

Rather, it is the rise of insane religious fanatics into extreme positions of authority who have overwhelmed their passive subjects who have given rise to this mess. Look at photos of the Arab nations from the 60's and 70's and you will see people and places which were open and and western in appearance, albeit slightly conservative, as you would deem it, but they also had elements of progressiveness.

There is now an entire generation raised in hate for the west and anything non conforming to their radical ideals. I fair to understand how each and every women's and gender rights groups worldwide is not uniting against this scourge. And the same for moderate and liberal Muslims themselves, but the fear they face is understandable.
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another simpleton - DON'T READ THE THREAD!!!
Exactly.

Whiner should simply keep his head in the sand and see what happens. We are talking about what happened in a soccer stadium.
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For someone to think that this is a political issue just shows how the skills of critical thinking have diminished.
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it is the increasingly conservative, narrow minded element of Turkish society being jerks and behaving that way. Societies all over the world are veering towards narrow minded conservative views, not just here.
yeah, that's the problem... their conservative jerks.

Whew! Glad you got that hard-thinking out of the way. Go back and watch MSNBC you tool
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absolutely shameful.
The boos were not to disrespect those who had died in the attacks - but more to do with the hypocrisy of the Western world.

International soccer teams did not hold a minute's silence after the Ankara terror attack in October. More than 100 people died in the Turkish capital after two bombs were set off outside the Ankara Central railway station on October 11th;

Turkish fans also booed during a minute's silence of their game against Iceland on October 13th

These people are sick of seeing western blood valued so much more than others... Back in April of this year, 147 students were killed in Kenya....can you imagine if that many students were murdered here at one University ? ....where was the world outcry for that or the Ankara massacre?

anyways , back to soccer
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The boos were not to disrespect those who had died in the attacks - but more to do with the hypocrisy of the Western world.

International soccer teams did not hold a minute's silence after the Ankara terror attack in October. More than 100 people died in the Turkish capital after two bombs were set off outside the Ankara Central railway station on October 11th;

Turkish fans also booed during a minute's silence of their game against Iceland on October 13th

These people are sick of seeing western blood valued so much more than others... Back in April of this year, 147 students were killed in Kenya....can you imagine if that many students were murdered here at one University ? ....where was the world outcry for that or the Ankara massacre?

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Thanks for clearing that up - it all makes sense now and I am standing at work booing as I type.
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Thanks for clearing that up - it all makes sense now and I am standing at work booing as I type.
you stand and type? ain't you a lucky bastard...
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