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    Turkish language banned in German sports centre

    Hürriyet İnternet
    18 Şubat 2006 - 11:27Son Güncelleme : 18 Şubat 2006 - 11:26

    Following a Berlin school?s ban on speaking any language other than German in the playground, and a politicians supportive response that ?Anyone against this ban should sweep the playground?, comes a new incident regarding the banning of other languages, this time a sports centre has banned the use of Turkish. Dilan Nakipoglu-Floth and Volkan Aksu?s membership was cancelled because the two were speaking in Turkish during a sports session at a sports centre in Beilefeld.

    Another example has been added to the list of strict regulations preventing people of foreign descent from speaking their own language. Following the ban on speaking any language other than Flemish in the streets, Germany did something similar, by banning speaking of any languages other than German in the school playground in Berlin. The latest in this fad is the banning of the Turkish language at a sports centre in Bielefeld.



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