I was stationed in Germany when I was in the Army.
At about 3 million heads Turks form the largest ethnic minority in Germany.
As you would expect, the majority of them are clustered in urban areas which, as you also might expect, is where we as GIs would head on the weekend to do a little drinking and whoring (I'm looking at you, Frankfurt am Main).
I think there were very few such weekends that my group of buddies and I didn't get into some kind of altercation with a pack of mangy, rabid Turks.
Sometimes it was name calling, sometimes pushing and shoving, frequently such encounters devolved into knock down, drag out brawls.
I still have scars on my scalp from some of these incidents (Turks like knives and beer bottles and they don't exactly fight fair). I have a buddy whose hand is crooked to this day from a broken wrist he sustained in one of the more savage beatings we took. And make no mistake, when it's 8 Americans in a crowd of 20 Turks, on the dimly-lit back streets of the seediest part of some foreign city where even the natural local nationals aren't all that crazy about you, you're going to take some EPIC beatings, and we did.
So ****ing what?
We're talking about U.S. servicemen here.
People who are PAID to fight.
If you can't hold your own against a pack of Turks, or if you really feel the need to have society help you gently wipe the sand out of your mangina after getting your collective tail kicked by the same, then maybe you're in the wrong line of work?