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#23 - This game and everything related to it oh god that was so awesome.  [+] (1 reply) 06/02/2013 on Pokemon 0
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#36 - rangerofthesea (06/02/2013) [-]
game? wat?
#17 - No state should have religion enter into the fields of laws I …  [+] (1 reply) 06/01/2013 on We need your support 0
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#21 - oniryuuko (06/01/2013) [-]
If the state is almost totally that religion, then I'm okay with it. That's just how things are. However, when a state is as secular and mixed religious as Turkey is (or America for that matter, considering a lot of laws are based on religious beliefs), it's an absolute travesty.

I was thinking, when I made the comment, of an article I read the other day. The Sultan (which has powers in turkey of about the US President) was very much so trying to get a bill through that would make the public drinking or sales of Alcohol within 100 feet (or perhaps it was metres) of a Mosque illegal. That's all fine and dandy, except early in his term, he had thousands of Mosque built (at government expense) all through Istanbul and other cities, making it illegal in quite a few places to have alcohol in the way I stated. Unfortunately, the idiot doesn't realise that a lot of money comes from Tourism (somewhere around $50 Million dollars, which is quite the sum in the country), and tourists quite like their alcohol.
#15 - I don't know but didn't the otoman empire just get to viena or…  [+] (3 replies) 06/01/2013 on We need your support 0
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#16 - oniryuuko (06/01/2013) [-]
That man's terrible. Wants to force Shari'a law on secular country.
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#17 - herrytheheadcrab (06/01/2013) [-]
No state should have religion enter into the fields of laws I am strictly against that but still that stuff even exists in germany today to somedegree.

(Just like National sozialsists nature preservationlaws)
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#21 - oniryuuko (06/01/2013) [-]
If the state is almost totally that religion, then I'm okay with it. That's just how things are. However, when a state is as secular and mixed religious as Turkey is (or America for that matter, considering a lot of laws are based on religious beliefs), it's an absolute travesty.

I was thinking, when I made the comment, of an article I read the other day. The Sultan (which has powers in turkey of about the US President) was very much so trying to get a bill through that would make the public drinking or sales of Alcohol within 100 feet (or perhaps it was metres) of a Mosque illegal. That's all fine and dandy, except early in his term, he had thousands of Mosque built (at government expense) all through Istanbul and other cities, making it illegal in quite a few places to have alcohol in the way I stated. Unfortunately, the idiot doesn't realise that a lot of money comes from Tourism (somewhere around $50 Million dollars, which is quite the sum in the country), and tourists quite like their alcohol.

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