The Russian ambassador was killed because the Turks have been willingly Islamized over the past several years. He was killed because the dominant state ideology produces a “minister” who said that,
“We are all candidates to be martyrs.
I hope I become a martyr.
I hope you all become martyrs, too.”
It was not a coincidence that the police officer who shot the Russian ambassador dead also wanted to become a martyr.
Who alienated and insulted the Sunni police officer who killed the Russian ambassador? Wrong diagnosis, again. A survey earlier this year found that 13.6 percent of Turks (nearly 11 million) do NOT view ISIL as a terrorist group; and 22 percent (nearly 18 million) do NOT view it as a threat to Turkey (unsurprisingly, the percentages are higher among those who vote for the ruling Justice and Development Party).
The Russian ambassador was killed because of a 14-century-old schism not even sparked by a theological dispute although that, too, came into the picture later, along with various political deliberations of different times. This is a feud started by rival clans in the Prophet Muhammad’s tribe, the Quraysh, and has survived so violently beyond their imagination.
Source: words from BURAK BEKDİL Article http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/uh-oh-we-are-so-awfully-shocked–again.aspx?pageID=449&nID=107545&NewsCatID=398