There are innocent kids in there who didn't choose to be born in Turkey.
And like I said, Izmir is the bastion of opposition to Erdogan. Not that it would be OK to wish death upon Erdogan supporters, but your argument doesn't hold water.
It's fine when individuals do that, but when the government itself projects the caricatures on its buildings, it's antagonizing and disrespecting a big part of its population. That was a big misstep by France and can qualify as Islamophobic/Christianophobic which is against the French law.
Agree. I just think projecting the pornographic caricatures of Jesus and Mohamed on the buildings was provocative and uncalled for and made it seem like France was antagonizing people because of their beliefs, which is against the law.
Was there really a need for this? It's one thing to publish cartoons in a magazine that you can purchase in private, and another to project them on a municipality building for everyone to see. That's very distasteful I...
According to a poll that was conducted in the UK following the Charlie Hebdo shooting, 27% of the 1,000 Muslims polled by ComRes said they had some sympathy for the motives behind the Paris attacks.
Do Europeans have any idea what kind of people they're letting into their countries...