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Pictures of Turkish people

Posted by on July 17, 2014 – 09:09 am

Pictures of Turkish people

There isn t any evidence that ghosts exist, and even this crap Turkish newspaper article doesn t pretend there is. Farhan al-Sayad, a long-time social worker in Abu Ghraib district, believes the prison should open its doors to local people for tours and information sessions aimed at combating misconceptions. Sayad pointed out that shutting down the institution would be hugely expensive to the central government and cost many jobs. We are not looking at [anything supernatural]. I believe this is a psychological issue, he said. People talk about…

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Turkish people problems

Posted by on July 13, 2014 – 07:02 am

Turkish people problems

must take collective responsibility for the acts of all their people. A nation is a collective. And no nation can selectivly deal with individual terrorist cells operating on foreign soil. So the shell game continues, and all your whining about Israels terrible collective punishment is just another device to enable a terrorist war against Israel. You are like he back row morons in first grade who shoot spitballs and get the whole class punished and then yell the loudest over the injustice. Collective punishment is often the only method of dealing…

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Why are Turkish people rude?

Posted by on July 12, 2014 – 06:16 am

Why are Turkish people rude?

They are seen as pushy, loud, impolite, unruly, and they are everywhere. And although destination countries welcome the tourism dollars the Chinese spend, they loathe the chaos and hassle some mainland tourists bring upon their cities and other tourists. “Why can’t they just behave?” people wonder, some aloud. I have been asking myself the same question in the past months after reporting on the uncivilised, sometimes galling behaviour of some compatriots. I read up on the topic, talked to tourism experts and travel agents and chatted with some of…

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Richest Turkish people

Posted by on July 8, 2014 – 04:48 am

Richest Turkish people

Says that you can only own as much as you have the capacity to keep. Aristotle Socrates Onassis -- named after two Greek philosophers, went from being totally broke at age 21 to being a millionaire at age 23. He was an intelligent, Machiavellian who spoke several languages including Greek, French, Spanish, English, Italian, and Turkish. His daughter inherited his immense fortune. Christina was married four times. Her first marriage, to Joseph Bolker, ended in divorce because her father did not approve. Christina had many love affairs, and…

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Turkish Peoples

Posted by on July 7, 2014 – 04:05 am

Turkish Peoples

The Republic of Turkey came into being in 1923 The bird we refer to as a Turkey got its name in the 1600s when the first Europeans encountered it and mis-identified it as a a type of guinea fowl, also known as a turkey-cock (which was imported into Europe from Asia Minor (i.e. present Turkey) The English name for Turkey is derived from the Medieval Latin Turchia from the mid 1300s. The name of the Turkish peoples however goes back to around 180BC (it was given to them by the Chinese - the Turks are orginally from Central Asia before they moved…

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Turkish people in Europe

Posted by on July 5, 2014 – 03:22 am

Turkish people in Europe

Read this: The history of Europe offers an instructive example. At the beginning of the Dark Ages, the Roman Empire had collapsed in the West, while still surviving in the East in the form of the Byzantine Empire. For the next thousand years, Europe was divided between these two regions. An observer at the start of this period might well have predicted that the East, not the West, would be the most successful. After all, the East had retained much of the classical learning that had been lost in the West; moreover, the institution of Roman law…

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Are Turkish people friendly

Posted by on July 1, 2014 – 05:01 pm

Are Turkish people friendly

Go to Turkey! I was in Turkey in late September, and it is a *great* country to travel in. Not going to Turkey out of security concerns is sort of like avoiding NY or DC after the bombings on 9/11. Turkish people are very friendly to tourists and you shouldn t worry about your security. In my time travelling around Turkey (3 weeks) I didn t meet anyone with any sort of horror stories. The bombings which took place in Turkey recently could happen as easily here as in Turkey, no?Turkey: The Kind and Friendly Turks

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Happiest people of the world

Posted by on March 26, 2014 – 05:05 am

Happiest people of the world

The Better Life Index, are all countries inspiring equality and the non-discrimination of gay citizens Countries who are highly accepting of gay people, and have very liberal societal attitudes towards homosexuality rank highest in a list of the happiest nations in the world. The Better Life Index compiled by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) ranks 36 countries according to 11 equally weighted criteria including income levels, health, safety and housing. Australia was named the happiest developed nation in the…

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