Totally off topic, but
A fellow I've been in email correspondence with, a Turkish Moslem, has established an interesting blog, The White Path. (Title is taken from what his last name means in Turkish).
Very interesting insights, which gives you a view as to how things look from over there. It's not always what you'd expect.
For example, some Turks are rather anti-Bush because they're suspicious he may lean too far toward Islamic fundamentalism (and Turkey is *strongly* secular in its politics). After all, if he's a devout, perhaps fundamentalist, Christian, why wouldn't he naturally prefer devout, fundamentalist Moslems, to secular ones?
He also points out that other Turks lean toward anti-Americanism not because of politics, Iraq, military matters, but because they see the traditional, family-oriented, value-holding America (which they admired -- they LOVED "Little House on the Prairie) collapsing into a valueless, materialistic, atheistic morass. (He pointed out that the 9/11 terrorists did not hit the Vatican or other religious symbol, and middle eastern terrorists rarely target synogogues. Instead the first hit the WTC, a symbol of modern materialism, and the latter prefer to hit Israeli nightclubs and bars).