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BerrySteph said...Needless to say, there is a solution to this, the only moral and legal position to take, and we're not prepared to do so because of ... fill in the blanks.
Fear of being denounced? That can happen anywhere. That's why courage is so important.
ramseylurker said: Fear of being denounced?
You got that right. Not sure why you link our circumstances to those under Herman Goering, however. Especially not defence statements made in a Star Chamber courtroom.
ramseylurker said: That can happen anywhere. That's why courage is so important.
I'm not seeing any courage to denounce. I'm the only person here denouncing the war-crimes exposed by the "Collateral Murder" video published by Wikileaks.
Turkey's President refuses the resignation of Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, who sent thousands of people rushing to shops on Friday when he announced a 48-hour lockdown with just two hours' notice.Read more from ABC News
Turkey's confirmed coronavirus cases have risen to 82,329, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca says, overtaking neighbouring Iran for the first time to register the highest total in the Middle East.Read more from ABC News
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan formally reconverts Istanbul's sixth-century iconic Hagia Sophia into a mosque and declares it open to Muslim worship, sparking rebukes from Orthodox leaders.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Right now it is still open to the public.
But that will change soon.
Then the womenfolk won't be allowed in, either.
Turkey recently converted Istanbul's sixth-century Hagia Sophia back into a mosque and declared it open for Muslim worship, but why is the decision causing so much controversy among international leaders?Read more from www.abc.net.au
Erdogan says visitors will still be allowed in. I assume that may include female visitors.
Anyway, things will be tense.
In a very brief, improvised remark, the Pope, speaking from his studio window overlooking St Peter's Square, says he is "thinking of St Sophia".Read more from www.abc.net.au