Thanks for you comment, on the Turkish Christian history. I found it really interesting and also taught me a lot I didn’t know before.
However going to the things you first wrote in the topic, I am not entirely convinced about. Turkey is a vast and extremely diversed country. Şamanizim (Main Turkish religion before Islam), Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and other minority religions are all practised in Turkey and of course the Atheists. As you said, they all have a right and freedom to practise their religion as they wish too, Turkey is a secular state and your completely right about Turkey being the only secular Muslim country.
But, what I do disagree on is 98% of Turkey’s population being Muslim (whether practising or not). I think that the figure is less even though it is written as 98%.
Does anybody know the population of the Turkish Christians in Turkey?