Wednesday, July 26, 2006

The ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party is working hard to boost the controversial clerical imam hatip schools.

"Although it hasn't been able to make great progress in the last three years, it is showing its determination to return the education institution to the popularity of its past, particularly through the appointment of imam hatip graduates to key posts in the education ministry. The ruling party is also said to be running the risk of coming into conflict with state institutions over the notion of secularism."
The New Anatolian

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