Turkey is a middle eastern country that primarily worships Islam.

General censorship[edit | edit source]

The Turkish government of Erdoğan tends to silence their critics. TRT is a mouthpiece of the Turkish government where criticism is not allowed. Turkey has a very large jail of journalists.

Internet censorship[edit | edit source]

On 29 April 2017, Wikipedia (in all language editions) was banned in Turkey, but on 15 January 2020, the block was lifted.

Video Games censorship[edit | edit source]

TV censorship[edit | edit source]

The Loud House[edit | edit source]

  • In 2017, following the airing of "L is for Love", the Turkish Government banned the show, and Nickelodeon Turkey stopped airing the show due to Luna Loud having a girlfriend at the end of the episode, making her a lesbian. The ban got lifted after 10 months.

Movies censorship[edit | edit source]

Books censorship[edit | edit source]

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