Greece saw almost a 9 percent rise in EU-sourced tourism revenues in August 2011 in comparison with the August 2010, according to the Greece central bank’s report published yesterday. Probably this increase can be attributed to the European tourists switching their allegiance from Turkey to Greece. We have run a survey of 100 German families who regularly used to choose Turkey as their summer destination for family vacation. The survey results confirmed our assumption. With growing islamization under Erdogan’s rule Turkey, once a secular country, has already lost about 500,000 Israeli visitors annually. Now it’s turn of Europeans increasingly worried to visit the new Turkey amidst the Middle East turmoil.