Navigation Menu+

Turkish Culture

Page 2 of 15

Culture of Turkish

Posted by on December 22, 2014 – 08:43 pm

Culture of Turkish

Continues to this day. no culture is squeaky clean in this regard.In fact, it was precisely the social cohesiveness and stability of Palestinian society which led Lord Palmerston, in 1840, when Britain had established a consulate in Jerusalem, to propose, presciently, the founding of a European Jewish settler colony to preserve the larger interests of the British Empire. [15] Palestinian society, if suffering from the collaboration of feudal landowners [effendi] with the Ottoman Empire, was nevertheless productive and culturally diverse, with a…

read more

Turkish Delight culture

Posted by on December 21, 2014 – 08:40 pm

Turkish Delight culture

Event Title: World Culture Afternoon: Turkish Delight! When: 01:00PM - 05:00PM Where: Category: Add To My Calendar: Description September 28 Saturday, 1:00 - 5:00 pm World Culture Afternoon Turkish Delight! Visitors are invited to an afternoon of pure Turkish delight! The event features Turkish dancing and music, talks on ancient and modern Turkey, an authentic cuisine demonstration, crafts, and more. This GlobalPhilly 2013 event is sponsored by the Turkish American Friendship Society of the United States, the Middle East Center of the University…

read more

Information on Turkish culture

Posted by on December 20, 2014 – 08:40 pm

Information on Turkish culture

A list being circulated over the Internet asking people to read these facts about Israel and the so called Arab Israeli Conflict. The confused PR is intended to influence people who have little information about the history or the facts of the situation. Most of the 20 points are classic Zionist myths that have been debunked even by Israeli historians. But perhaps these answers will be useful in public discussions and responding. 1. MYTH: Nationhood and Jerusalem. Israel became a nation in 1312 B.C.E., two thousand years before the rise of…

read more

Turkish youth culture

Posted by on December 19, 2014 – 08:35 pm

Turkish youth culture

Spurred by general release in Turkey of Atom Egoyan s Ararat . Not without a few bumps along the way. ISTANBUL Turks are among the world s proudest and most patriotic people, and many feel an especially deep admiration for their army, without which the nation might never have emerged from the wreckage of the Ottoman Empire more than 80 years ago. But are they ready to see a film in which Ottoman Turkish soldiers shoot defenseless civilians and burn women alive? That question has set off a bitter debate here. The film is Ararat, a 2002 release…

read more

Turkish Cultural Center Brooklyn

Posted by on December 18, 2014 – 08:33 pm

Turkish Cultural Center Brooklyn

Turkish Cultural Center Westchester participated at the Westchester Library Association’s 2014 Annual Conference that was held on Friday, May 9th at the Double Tree Hotel in Tarrytown, NY. TCCW was represented at the conference as a vendor introducing its various events that are held with the collaboration of Westchester County libraries. Events include Turkish Cooking Demonstrations, Ebru Water Painting Demonstrations and tea and coffee demonstrations, movie nights, art exhibitions as well as puppet shows for children. TCCW is committed to working…

read more

Turkish culture religion

Posted by on December 17, 2014 – 07:53 pm

Turkish culture religion

HELLO ALL, I VE JUST STARTED DATING A TURKISH GUY -25 HE S BEEN HERE FOR ABOUT 6 MONTHS..HE LIVES WITH HIS SISTER OR SO HE CLAIMSBUT I HAVE NEVER MET HER OR ANY OF HIS FRIENDS YET..WHAT ARE THE NORMS FOR TURKISH DATING(DO TURKISK GUYS NORMALLY KEEP THEIR GIRLFRIENDS A SECRET) AND DOES THE TURKISH CULTURE IN GENERAL HAVE ANY STIGMAS AGAINST DATING OUTSIDE OF THEIR RACE OR RELIGIONHE S MUSLIM AND WE USED TO MAKE OUT IN THE BEGINNING BUT HE S STOPPED THAT NOW DUE TO RELIGIOUS REASONSEVEN KISSING-IS THIS NORMAL?? HE SAID THIS WOULD RESUME ONCE WE…

read more

Facts about Turkish culture

Posted by on December 16, 2014 – 07:35 pm

Facts about Turkish culture

Intercultural Exchange Trip to Turkey with ME State Senators and Representatives Turkish Cultural Center Maine (TCCM) and Council of Turkic American Association (CTAA) organized a trip to Turkey for State Senator, Representatives and their spouses from Maine during June 22nd to 30th. The purpose of this trip is to better understand US-Turkish relationship, to see the developing economy, education and culture in Turkey and also to get a sense of the people and culture. Thus, itinerary of this trip was to visit Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara and Konya. Obviously…

read more

Turkish Cultural Center New York

Posted by on December 14, 2014 – 07:22 pm

Turkish Cultural Center New York

Turkish Artist, Meliksah Soyturk’s “New York Meets Istanbul” exhibition, which was held at Flushing Town Hall during the week of April 7th. to 13th. was a tremendous success among visitors young and old. Organized by the Turkish Cultural Center of Queens, the exhibition of spectacular charcoal drawings, brought viewers from all over the city and beyond, and received comments of great admiration from everyone who attended. All of Meliksahs works are very detailed and incredibly beautiful, but a particular favourite with most people was his panoramic…

read more