The U.N.'sfailure to protect Bosnian Muslimsin the "safe areas" hasn't exactly made its top official popular in the Muslim world. TIME's James Wilde reports that Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali has abruptly canceled a planned visit to Turkey this week after a tidal wave of protests throughout the country. "Never before has the Secretary-General elicited such venom among Turks, who see his fumbling resulting in more Muslim massacres," Wilde says. Over the weekend, local TV called for protests every fifteen minutes, the main opposition party called on him to resign, and a leader of Turkey's Welfare Party called the Secretary-General "an enemy of Muslims and a man with a priest's background." Says Wilde: "This is the first time that conservative Turkey has been so anti-U.N. The fact that Boutros-Gali backed off is a resounding slap in the face."