Turkish Prosecutors Question Pianist on Religion, Vatan Reports

May 16 (Bloomberg) -- Turkish prosecutors summoned pianist Fazil Say for questioning following comments about religion posted on Twitter, Vatan reported.

Say, who served as a European Union culture ambassador in 2008, testified yesterday after prosecutors received a complaint alleging that the pianist had incited public enmity and insulted religious values with comments posted on Twitter, according to the Istanbul-based newspaper.

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