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The Donmeh (the secret Jews of Turkey) movement is an important phenomenon which occurred during the late centuries of the Ottoman Empire. Nevertheless, this important phenomenon of the Ottoman history is never taught in Turkish schools, and never allowed to be mentioned in media. Never ever... Not even a single word!
Why is the Donmeh (doenmeh derives from the Turkish word 'donme') movement unworthy to teach Turkish school children? Why is it simply ignored?

The answer is obvious: The Donmehs took over the Ottoman Empire, disintegrated it, and then established a new regime called Turkish Republic. The leader of the new regime, Mustafa Kemal, was an ardent Donmeh (secret Jew). In order to conceal his Donmeh identity, he even adopted the last name of "Ataturk", which means "Father of Turks". And Turkey is still ruled and governed by these secret Jews today.
No one can understand how the regime in Turkey changed so much unless they thoroughly know what happened in the recent times, how and by whom the new regime called "Secular republic of Turkey" was founded. Who can dare to desecrate Islam, ban the Muslim dress code hijab which is a must for Muslim woman? Who are these people who glorify an enemy of Allah - Jewish kafir Mustafa Kemal, who was a stern dictator, Freemason and a British agent?
Some of those Jews followed the 17th century Jewish false messiah "Sabbatai Zwi" and became "Sabbatean Jews", in other words "Donmeh". One of the rituals these Jews observed was outwardly pretending to be Muslim (and then after 1923 only Turkish), but inwardly believing in Jewish faith and following Sabbatai Zwi as their messiah.
Note that, the so-called "Secular republic of Turkey" was one of the first states in the world who recognized the Zionist Israel. It's not hard to understand how this happened; the answer is simple.. The Jews founded two states: Zionist Israel and Jewish Republic of Turkey.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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