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Origin of Turkish people

Posted by on January 10, 2014 – 06:44 am

Origin of Turkish people

Most jews and Israelis would NEVER question the right of Palestinian Arabs to live in peace in that land. But Jews are also indigenous people of that land. Even After the Roman s torched ancient Judea in the wake of a rebellion. Some Jews continued to live in that region for centuries. Mohammad Muslih s Origins Of Palestinian Nationalism make it quite clear that -- even BEFORE zionism -- Jews were a slight majority in Jerusalem. Genetic Studies have also proven that the European jews carry markers that trace them to the middle eastNational Flag…

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Ottoman people

Posted by on February 21, 2014 – 11:01 am

Ottoman people

Ottoman empire was in Turkey. The pirates hijacked ships and operated in the northern african provinces. Barbary Pirates were not African. Barbary Pirates were from the middle east. I think you brought up the subject of the Barbary pirates because you wanted to show everybody that white people were slaves just as black people were. The Barbary pirates and descendants of slaves in the United States have nothing in common.Ottoman Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Turkish people White

Posted by on October 30, 2013 – 10:56 am

Turkish people White

You probably know this, but they used to swim out to meet ships coming into the harbor in Turkey. One of my cats came from the shelter, but I think he is all/part Turkish Van. He has the very distinct markings (white with orange patches which are striped patches). He LOVES water. He takes a shower with me almost every morning. To answer one of your other questionsmy cat is very soft. People always comment on how he feels like a rabbit. I call him Downy Soft. He doesn t shed much though.Too Mongoloid for White, the Turkish and Azeris - Stormfront

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Photos of Turkish people

Posted by on December 8, 2013 – 12:25 pm

Photos of Turkish people

I suppose that s true. At least they could represent people in their art, unlike traditional Islamic art. Which I love, though. That s really what I crave in the bathroom, a nice zellij mosaic. I am still negotiating! But then I love the Turkish stuff too when I was there I took oodles of photos of tiles.In Turkey: Days of Anti-Government Protests and Harsh Crackdowns

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Chat with Turkish people

Posted by on December 11, 2013 – 01:27 pm

Chat with Turkish people

I went before they created B shares. It was a nice event then. Everyone got to ask a question during Q&A, I met some really nice shareholders (and VERY wealthy) over cocktails, and we even shared a dinner table with them one night. You could actually shake Warren s hand sometime during the weekend (but forget about meeting him). I ate at Gorats one night two tables away from him and his family. I got a picture taken with him shaking my hand after dinner. I even had a nice chat with Susan. I went again the following year when they created B…

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Are Turkish people Persian

Posted by on November 17, 2013 – 11:50 am

Are Turkish people Persian

But there are many great cuisines in this world (among my favorites Turkish/Armenian, Ethiopian, Indian, Peruvian, Persian, Thai). I think the problem is that most people don t know cuisines that are not Western European, and to the degree they are exposed to other cuisines, it s usually to low-end versions of them - so French seems very special.Persians and Hollywood: How do Azeris look like?

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People of Turkish descent

Posted by on November 14, 2013 – 10:40 am

People of Turkish descent

LOve how they use the term Nationalist as a euphemism for Islam ISTANBUL: Three people were found with their throats slit in a publishing house in eastern Turkey that had printed Bibles and other Christian literature, the authorities said Wednesday. One of the victims was a German citizen. The authorities detained five men for questioning, three 19-year-olds and two 20-year-olds, but did not publicly identify them. However, the publishing house in Malatya, a town with a nationalist reputation, has had trouble in the past over a shipment…

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Why do Turkish people?

Posted by on April 22, 2014 – 10:53 am

Why do Turkish people?

The State Department does. Your input into that question is limited to your powers as a voter or a political organizer who can influence other votes. In the case of Palestine prior to 1917, the State Department was the Turkish Government, Which approved the immigration of the Jews who came to work on zionist collective farms. Cree, you are not stupid. Why don t you just face the fact that this situation is a whole lot more ambiguous than you d like to make it. Also, the primary and original injustice against the Palestinian people was that their…

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