ANKARA (Reuters) - Twenty-two Turks charged with terrorism offences after being arrested at an anti-government protest have been freed on bail after six months in jail in a case that rights activists say highlights the government's growing intolerance toward dissent. Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his pious, conservative AK party this year swung round from friendly ties with autocratic Arab leaders to strong support of popular Arab Spring protests and have held up Turkey as an example of "advanced democracy."