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Aziz Nesin, 78, was in the conservative eastern city of Sivas with other intellectuals for a symposium to commemorate the hanging of a 16th-Century Ottoman poet who wrote against repression. Police gunfire failed to deter the mob from attacking and then setting fire to the hotel where Nesin had taken refuge.
Crowds around the hotel also prevented the fire department from controlling the blaze. After his escape from the hotel to a police car, Nesin was treated for light injuries and escorted out of the province.
But at least 35 people were killed and 60 injured, four of them seriously, government spokesman Yildirim Aktuna said. The book, condemned by Muslims as blasphemous to their faith, is banned in Turkey. After the riot, Sivas was tense as army reinforcements began patrolling and a two-day curfew was slapped on the town.
The Cabinet met in emergency session after an appeal for calm by the new and largely untried Prime Minister Tansu Ciller. Disappointed rivals for the leadership of her conservative True Path Party are nipping at her heels, opposition is strong to reforms in her government program due to be voted on by Parliament on Monday, and the Kurdish insurgency in southeastern Turkey has taken a bloody turn for the worse. Diplomats often play down fears of Islamic radicalism in Turkey, whose Muslim population is mostly pragmatic and has embraced a secular republic since the s.
Occasional, set-piece U. Hakan Avci, a local reporter who witnessed the demonstration in Sivas, said the protesters were motivated by religious anger, not by any fundamentalist political agenda. But the Sivas outrage came just two days after an arson attack in another hotel in the eastern city of Van, in which 11 people died. The dead included two Russian women believed to be prostitutes, whom Islamic fundamentalists had been threatening to attack. About Us. Brand Publishing.