We generally bring in Bibles or other Discipleship materials as well as humanitarian supplies while focusing on spreading the Good News to the lost. The Turkish Constitution established a provision for Freedom of Religion and conscience with no official state religion. However in reality, persecution against Christians is still very much a concern. Christians face hostility from politicians, police and the growing Islamist groups. Visas are not given to Christian organizations or missionaries and in 2007 two men were accused of killing two Turkish Christians and a German Christian for their beliefs. According to 2009 data on the world's Muslim populations, 71.1 million of the 72.5 million people in Turkey are Muslim. Women are also persecuted in this Muslim country, especially if their Father or Husband is very religious. Most of modern Turkey is comprised of the Anatolian peninsula which is one of the oldest continuously inhabited regions in the world which makes this country very rich in history. The teams will also visit Biblical sites with an emphasis on sharing the Gospel with the Turkish people.