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There is no proof of the belief, widespread among both Jews and Muslims in Turkey, that his family came from the Doenme.
As a boy he rebelled against his mother's desire to give him a traditional religious education, and at the age of 12 he was sent at his demand to study in a military academy." The Doenme were an underground sect of Sabbetaians, Turkish Jews who took Muslim names and outwardly behaved like Muslims but secretly believed in Sabbetai Zevi, the 17th-century false messiah, and conducted carefully guarded prayers and rituals in his name.
The encyclopedia's version of Ataturk's education, however, is somewhat at variance with his own.
Here is his account of it as quoted by his biographers: "My father was a man of liberal views, rather hostile to religion, and a partisan of Western ideas.
He would have preferred to see me go to a lay school, which did not found its teaching on the Koran but on modern science.