Oddly enough, no one in the mosque in the village in Cankiri seems to have stood up and denounced the acting imam as an “extremist” who was teaching a twisted, hijacked version of their Religion of Peace.
ANKARA: Turkish media reports say a fugitive who was convicted in absentia for involvement in a 2003 bomb attack against HSBC bank in Istanbul and of membership in Al-Qaeda has been arrested.
The state-run Anadolu Agency said the man, identified by his initials Z.C., was arrested Wednesday in a village in the central Turkish province of Cankiri, where he was working as an acting village imam.
The private DHA agency reported that he had escaped to Afghanistan while on trial for his role in the attack. He was later convicted of membership in the Al-Qaeda network and sentenced to six years in prison….