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Turkish Literature history

Posted by on November 12, 2014 – 03:12 pm

Turkish Literature history

Of Armenian Genocide August 14, 2010 - Paul Williams, PhD Fethullah Gulen, who seeks to establish a universal caliphate, is weeping again. The radical Turkish imam, who seeks to revive the Ottoman Empire and to establish a universal caliphate, has spent millions to convince U.S. legislators and public school administrators that the Armenian holocaust of 1915 never occurred since it was a myth perpetrated by Western historians. But Gulens attempt to whitewash history has been rejected by a US appeals court, which upheld a ruling that blocks…

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Turkish Kitchen history

Posted by on November 9, 2014 – 02:54 pm

Turkish Kitchen history

Documents related to Turkish cuisine goes back to 11th century and it’s roots is found in Central Asia. As Mahmud Kashgari, the author of Divanu Lugati’t-Turk (The Compendium of the Turkic Dialects) and Yusuf Has Hacib, the author of Kutadgu Bilig (Wisdom of the Royal Glory) state, we can easily say that there was a rooted cuisine and kitchen “culture” on those eras. They give detailed information about feasts, dishes should be served in certain circumstances and some recipes too. Tools’ names for cooking can also be found like bardak ‘glass’, tewsi…

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Urdu Books on Turkish history

Posted by on November 8, 2014 – 02:50 pm

Urdu Books on Turkish history

Urdu () is an Indo-European language which originated in India, most likely in the vicinity of Delhi, whence it spread to the rest of the subcontinent. Other major metropolitan areas with a strong tradition of the language include Hyderabad, Lucknow, and Lahore. Urdu developed as a vernacular dialect from the interaction between local Indian Sanskrit-derived Prakrits and the languages that were spoken in the courts of the rulers of Indian subcontinent, from the time of the Delhi Sultanate to the Mughal Empire and its succeeding states. The language…

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Turkish President history

Posted by on November 7, 2014 – 02:45 pm

Turkish President history

They started in the summer of 2008, before he was even elected president. Then-Senator Obama travelled to Berlin to introduce himself as a citizen of the world, and said I know my country has not perfected itselfWeve made our share of mistakes, and there are times when our actions around the world have not lived up to our best intentions. Next came the Apology Tour of 2009, when President Obama travelled to France to apologize for our failure to appreciate Europes leading role in the world, saying America has shown arrogance and been dismissive…

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Turkish history Sultan Suleiman in Urdu

Posted by on November 6, 2014 – 02:42 pm

Turkish history Sultan Suleiman in Urdu

About a year ago, I began watching a Turkish historical soap opera called Muhtesem Yzyil (Magnificent Century) about Sleyman the Magnificent’s life, loves, and military campaigns. I was hooked, even though only one episode, the first, has English subtitles. From the second episode on I’ve had to rely on my imperfect Turkish. Fortunately, I do understand Turkish, having been married for 20 years to a Turk and having lived in Turkey long enough to learn the language. I did have to learn some new expressions in order to appreciate Magnificent Century…

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Turkish pizza history

Posted by on November 5, 2014 – 02:40 pm

Turkish pizza history

Bread is one of humankinds oldest prepared foods and dates back at least to the neolithic. Records of people adding other ingredients to bread in order to make it more flavoursome can be found throughout ancient history. The Ancient Greeks, for example, had a flat bread called plakuntos which was flavoured with various toppings like herbs, onion and garlic. It is also said that soldiers of the Persian King, [citation needed] Darius the Great (521-486 B.C.) baked a kind of bread flat upon their shields and then covered it with cheese and dates…

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Turkish Philosophers history

Posted by on November 4, 2014 – 02:23 pm

Turkish Philosophers history

Turkey Targets Chomsky By Robert Fisk Noam Chomsky, one of America s greatest philosophers and linguists, has become the target of Turkey s chief of terrorism prosecution . Scarcely two months after the European Union praised Turkey for passing new laws protecting freedom of expression, the authorities in Ankara are using anti -terrorism legislation to prosecute Mr Chomsky s Turkish publisher. Fatih Tas of the Aram Publishing House faces a year in prison for daring to print American Interventionism, a collection of Mr Chomsky s recent essays…

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Turkish history school Books

Posted by on November 3, 2014 – 02:21 pm

Turkish history school Books

But that s not so, said Hassan Taschkale, who is responsible for multicultural politics at the Education and Science Union in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia. There is sufficient and very good material out there, that s why I m not using these books,he explained. It seems the government in Turkey is trying to impose its rituals on German-Turkish students, too,he claimed. The contentious textbooks have primarily been used in North Rhine-Westphalia, as teachers there are free to use additional material that is not normally included in…

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