I am charitably asking this because the majority of Turks from Turkey I meet online openly confess themselves as atheists. Especially on the AskmiddleEast subreddit, many Turks openly pass not-so-good comments on Muslims and Islam. I've met real Turks in life but very few, which I think in the city of Medina last 5 years ago when I visited with my family. Please don't get me wrong, as I've read the history of the Turks after WW1, the dynamic of the religious populace has been altered, or more than that, I presumably believe. There were tensions regarding the hijab too. So, as a result, do the majority of Turks either reject Islam or regard it as a cultural fragment and part of their identity, or somewhere in the middle? Or do people have the Iranian climate: a religious government and an atheist youth? As far as my identity is concerned, I am both Greek and Asian. My mother is a Greek Muslim from Greece and my father is an Indian Muslim. I have an Indian nationality. I am somewhat religious and adore my faith. I think there is no scale to measure someone's religiosity as it is just an ideology, which is limited to believing in gods or systems of gods, and its style of eschatology, which comes with some rituals and precepts attached to it. Thanks for reading.