Protestantism in Turkey

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Protestants and also Anglicans comprise far less than one tenth of one percent of the population of Turkey.[1] The constitution of Turkey recognizes freedom of religion for individuals. The Armenian Protestants own three Istanbul Churches from the 19th century.[2] On 4th of November 2006, a Protestant place of worship was attacked with six Molotov cocktails.[3] In 2007 three Protestants were killed at a Bible publishing house in Malatya, allegedly by the JİTEM. [4] Turkish media have criticized Christian missionary activity intensely.[5] There is an Alliance of Protestant Churches in Turkey.[6]




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Source of the list: The World Christian Encyclopedia, Second edition, Volume 1, p. 756