Mahometus Ali Ağca

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Mahometus Ali Ağca anno 2017.

Mahometus Ali Ağca (natus Mehmet Ali Ağca Hekimhan in vico Turcico die 9 Ianuarii 1958) est sicarius Turcicus[1][2] qui Abdi İpekçi diurnarium alae laevae die 1 Februarii 1979 necavit, et deinde, die 13 Maii 1981, post carcerem effugitum, Ioannem Paulum papam II sclopeto transfixit et vulneravit. Undeviginti annos in Italia in custodia inclusus est, ubi papa ipse eum salutavit, cum in Turciam deportatus esset, ubi poenam annorum decem subiret. Ağca confirmat se die 13 Maii 2007, facinoris die anniversario vicensimo sexto, ad Ecclesiam Catholicam Romanam traduxisse.[3]

Ağca liberatus est die 18 Ianuarii 2010.[4] Se militem mercenarium nullius factionis politicae depinxit.[5]

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  1. Robert Owen Freedman, The Middle East from the Iran-Contra affair to the Intifada (Syracuse University Press, 1991), 396: "Demirag was known as an admirer of Mehmet Ali Agca, the Turk that shot and wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981."
  2. George Weigel, Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II (Novi Eboraci: HarperCollins, 1999), 397.
  3. "Mehmet Ali Agca Converts?" .
  4. "Man who shot pope released from prison". CNN. 18 Ianuarii 2010 .
  5. Atkins, Stephen E. (2004). Encyclopedia of Modern Worldwide Extremists and Extremist Groups. p. 111. ISBN 9780313324857 .

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