Erdogan: Imprisoning Turkish Generals -- and Ending Secularism

Turkey  continues its regression to full re-Islamization -- a process already begun within a decade of Ataturk's death in 1938 -- and about to be fully realized under the fundamentalist Erdogan regime.

Shredding the Turkish Constitution, which institutionalized Turkey's harshly imposed secularism by assigning the military as "protectors of the secular order," there are now more generals that have been imprisoned for purported "coup attempts" against Erdogan's fundamentalist rule than are in active service for the military.

The total of 34 officers being held at the military prison in Hasdal, explained the daily, was reached following the arrest of rear admiral Mucahit Sislioglu...

Turkey  continues its regression to full re-Islamization -- a process already begun within a decade of Ataturk's death in 1938 -- and about to be fully realized under the fundamentalist Erdogan regime.

Shredding the Turkish Constitution, which institutionalized Turkey's harshly imposed secularism by assigning the military as "protectors of the secular order," there are now more generals that have been imprisoned for purported "coup attempts" against Erdogan's fundamentalist rule than are in active service for the military.

The total of 34 officers being held at the military prison in Hasdal, explained the daily, was reached following the arrest of rear admiral Mucahit Sislioglu...

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