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Ethnicity of Turkish people

Posted by on August 17, 2014 – 09:55 pm

Ethnicity of Turkish people

I can speak for Europe. Governments don t label people ethnically but by nationality but socially, ethnicity still plays a role. Example: let s say, you are of Turkish origin but were born in (and live in) Germany. You would be Turkish by nationality because Germany, like many other Euro countries, has the ius sanguinis rule, meaning your nationality/ethnicity is determined by blood /ancestry, not ius solis like in America where you are a US citizen courtesy of the fact that you were born there.) So by passport, you re Turkish but society…

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Biography people Famous

Posted by on August 16, 2014 – 09:21 pm

Biography people Famous

Historian David Bodanis subtitled his best seller E = mc2 A Biography of the World s Most Famous Equation. Like most biographies, it includes stories of its subject s ancestorsin this case, innovative thinkers whose groundbreaking experiments shaped Einstein s understanding of mass, energy, and light. Their pioneering efforts helped make Einstein s great epiphany possible. With Bodanis s permission, we ve adapted excerpts of E = mc2 to assemble snapshots of these ancestors. E is for energy The word energy is surprisingly new and can only be…

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Turkish people in American

Posted by on August 13, 2014 – 08:17 pm

Turkish people in American

What Sibel revealed to us there was a nuclear procurement ring operating inside the US to procure nuclear designs and parts for the AQ Khan network, and it was done not through Pakistani intelligence directly, but through the Turkish embassy. Now, Sibel tells us that high government officials inside those two departments - Defense and State - were involved in this ring. She .. photographs of [these] people [on her website] - other bloggers have named them. The mindset of the American mainstream press does not allow certain ideas to easily…

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Turkish people in India

Posted by on August 6, 2014 – 05:00 pm

Turkish people in India

Basically, most of the Islamic invaders were of an Iranian (including Pashtuns, Tajiks, and Persians) and Turkic (mostly Uzbek and Turkish as in Turkey which is more Balkan and Caucasus related), but the Indians are largely not Middle Eastern. Small groups of Indian Muslims and Parsis can trace their origins to the Near East though. India is composed of a fusion of Aryan and Dravidian peoples in the north (who mostly speak Indo-Aryan tongues), while in the south the people are Dravidian speakers and one of the early inhabitants of India. In fact…

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Turkish Peoples Religion

Posted by on August 3, 2014 – 04:23 pm

Turkish Peoples Religion

A turk in turkey is an ethnic identity but they are only related to other Turkish groups at between 5-10%. So they are likely a mix the same indigenous peoples who have lived in Anatolia for ages, all the peoples who came to Constantinople, Kurds, caucasians, Armerians and definitely Greeks and Jews plus Slavs and from the their conquest and then retreat from the Balkans etc. Under the Ottomans there were not ethnic destinations. Everything was divided by religion Also some of their Europeans heritage was likely picked upSultan Ahmed Mosque…

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Turkish people in USA

Posted by on July 31, 2014 – 03:21 pm

Turkish people in USA

In Afghanistan, the Taliban have made a comeback, and the United States is negotiating with the same crowd we sent an army to oust in 2001. And the press reports we will be leaving behind $7 billion in U.S. military vehicles and equipment when we depart. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the most successful Turkish leader since Kemal Ataturk, appears to have lost his mandate, with hundreds of thousands pouring into streets and squares both to denounce and to defend him. The United States, says Rachman, has recognised that, ultimately, the people of the Middle…

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Turkish Famous people

Posted by on July 26, 2014 – 12:38 pm

Turkish Famous people

From salon.com: Will the real Borat please stand up? Mahir Cagri, the Turkish freelance journalist and one-time Internet celebrity who got famous in 1 for his personal Web site -- featuring broken English and unintentionally funny shots of himself playing ping pong and sunbathing in a skimpy outfit -- is asking Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen for an apology and a cut of the spoils. The world knows he is copying Mahir, Cagri told the Associated Press in a telephone interview in which he also said he would travel to London to meet with Cohen. Wired…

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Pictures Famous people

Posted by on July 24, 2014 – 11:26 am

Pictures Famous people

All the time. They have sketches of famous people and pawn off that they drew them. When if you look close up, they are pixelated from a printer. Also, these people have the exact pictures as the guy 2 blocks down the street. And wait a minute, didn t you sell that sketch last week? there are also the people who sell other photographers photographs and pawn them as their own (sometimes they are the real photographers pictures). They are usually of local landmarks and attractions photographed in an artistic way. Pictures: Famous people named…

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