As an "independent" observer, Alberto, I would point out to you that in the first place, Turks are not Arabs - it's a bit like saying that Brazilians are the same as Argentinians and it's something you should get very clear and a mistake you should avoid!
Secondly, the Turkish political system bears no relationship to the autocratic regimes of North Africa or the Persian Gulf/Arabia. Regular elections are held at all levels and governments and councils come and go. No one would claim it to be the cleanest democracy in the world - it has had military coups in the past, but such things have occurred in other countries too, as you should well know.
So, forget about there being any chance of the sort of unrest going on in the Arab world and also ignore those who may come along to tell you that Turkey is some sort of Disneyland/Paradise full of humble friendly natives. Neither is the case.
You'll find that Turkey is a young, vibrant country with a huge history, full of contradictions, very interesting and very safe to visit.
As Dudisimo says Turkey is not an Arabic country and if you call a Turk an Arab they wont be happy about it!
Turkey is also nowhere near Libya, in fact Paris is probably closer. Turkey is also a democratic country unlike the countries where there have been trouble.
Don't let any of the happenings in the Middle East put you off from visiting , these events are completely irrelevant to Turkey.
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