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Sultan's TV drama opens Turkish divide on religion

<p>A billboard advertising "The Magnificent Century" is seen after being damaged by eggs thrown by pro-Islamic protesters in Istanbul, January 9, 2011. REUTERS/Murad Sezer</p>

A billboard advertising "The Magnificent Century" is seen after being damaged by eggs thrown by pro-Islamic protesters in Istanbul, January 9, 2011. REUTERS/Murad Sezer

A billboard advertising "The Magnificent Century" is seen after being damaged by eggs thrown by pro-Islamic protesters in Istanbul, January 9, 2011. REUTERS/Murad Sezer

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<p>Meryem Uzerli as Hurrem in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions</p>

Meryem Uzerli as Hurrem in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

Meryem Uzerli as Hurrem in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

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<p>Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions</p>

Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

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<p>Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent and Meryem Uzerli as Hurrem in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions</p>

Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent and Meryem Uzerli as Hurrem in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent and Meryem Uzerli as Hurrem in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

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<p>Actor Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions</p>

Actor Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

Actor Halit Ergenc as Suleiman the Magnificent in a scene from "The Magnificent Century". REUTERS/TIMS Productions

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