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  • Losers - kurds
  • Loss - EU

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Rogue

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f@ck them losers
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Rogue wrote:
f@ck them losers
Who are the losers?:)
The Europeans or the central Asian turks?
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Dec 6, 2009
 
Did you know?
Two of the world's seven wonders are located in Turkey; The Temple of Artemis and The Halicarnassus Mausoleum.

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The word "turquoise" comes from "Turk" meaning Turkish, and was derived from the beautiful colour of the Mediterranean Sea on the southern Turkish coast.
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Did you know?
The first coins ever minted were done so at Sardis, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lycia, at the end of the seventh century B.C.

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According to the Legend of Great Flood, after the withdrawal of the waters, Noah's Ark landed on Mount Ararat in eastern Anatolia.
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Did you know?
Anatolia is the birthplace of many historical figures such as the Phrygian King Midas, the father of history Herodotus and St Paul.

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One of the first most accurate world maps were drawn by the well-known Turkish cartographer and navigator Piri Reis in 1513.
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Dec 6, 2009
 
greeks / ermens are fork stealing boner humpers
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Who are the losers?:)
The Europeans or the central Asian turks?
ethiopian greeks.
ALI

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therez no hope left for all those losers :(

no future for greece in eu

no future for armans in prussia

no future for kurds in mid east
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Armenian Terrorist Groups

Who were the Hunchaks? The Dashnaks? Armenian historians tell all.. Historical Outlook follows, along with the long Round-Up of Armenian Terror Organizations

The Hunchaks... and the Dashnaks. Here were the aims of these murderers, who claimed many Turkish lives as well as those of uncooperative Armenians ... in the words of (mainly) Armenians:
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Who Were the HUNCHAKS?



According to Louise Nalbandian, a leading Armenian researcher, the Hunchak program stated the following:

"Agitation and terror were needed to elevate the spirit of the people. The party aimed at terrorizing the Ottoman Government, thus contributing toward lowering the prestige of that regime and working toward its complete disintegration. The Hunchaks wanted to annihilate the most dangerous of the Armenian and Turkish individuals who were then working for the government as well as to destroy all spies and informers. To assist them in carrying out all of these terrorist acts, the party was to organize an exclusive branch specifically devoted to performing acts of terrorism. The most opportune time to institute the general rebellion for carrying out the immediate objectives was when Turkey was engaged in war".



[Nalbandian, Louise, Armenian Revolutionary Movement, University of California Press, 1963]
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Who Were the DASHNAKS?



K.S. Papazian wrote as follows of the Dashnak Society:

"The purpose of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Dashnak) is to achieve political and economic freedom in Turkish Armenia by means of rebellion. Terrorism has, from the beginning, been adopted by the Dashnak Committee of the Caucasus, as a policy or a method for achieving its ends. Under the heading "means" in their program adopted in 1892, Method No. 8 is as follows: "To wage fight and to subject to terrorism the government officials, the traitors…". Method No 11 is: "To subject the government institutions to destruction and pillage".

[Papazian, K.S., Patriotism Perverted, Boston Baker Press, 1934]



Armenian savagery was not confined to Muslim targets. They were not happy with the failure of Greeks and Jews to fully support their revolution. As a result, they massacred thousands of Greeks in the Trabzon area and hundreds of Jews around the Hakkari region.— Professor Mumtaz Soysal, Ankara Univ.
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Dec 11, 2009
 
Edirne – European Destination of Excellence in 2008

Home of the world-famous annual Kirkpinar oil-wrestling competition, Edirne was also chosen as the European Destination of Excellence in 2008 for its cultural and historic riches. Located 225 km from Istanbul, Edirne is one of the oldest settlements in Turkey, dating back to the Neolithic age 7.000-6.000 B.C. and was also the second largest city of the Ottoman Empire. Hence, its rich cultural heritage: Don’t miss the Çardakalt&#305; prehistoric settlement and Lalapasa just a short drive away, as well as some of Turkey’s most famous historic mosques: Eski Cami (1418), Uc Serefeli (1447) and Selimiye Cami (1575), the latter being described as the great architect Mimar Sinan’s masterpiece. There is also a fascinating new medical museum (Sultan Beyazit II. Mosque and Complex)– one of the most important health centers of its period in the 15th Century where patients were treated with the sound of water, music, scents, various occupations, as well as cutting-edge medical knowledge of the day.

The tradition of wrestling is also a highlight, dating as far back as 1361 – thus the city is host to the world-famous Kirkpinar (meaning forty springs) oil-wrestling competition which began in 1925.
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Dec 11, 2009
 
Geography



Turkey occupies a rectangular-shaped peninsula of land at the crossroads between Europe, Asia and Africa; home to countless civilizations and a crossing point between the continents over several ages.
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A vast country 814,578 square kilometres or 314,510 square metres in area with a beautiful coastline stretching 8333 km or 5187 miles, it is approximately 3.5 times the size of the UK. It is situated on two continents – 3% in Europe (Thrace) and the remainder of the landmass, including Anatolia, in Asia - and Istanbul is the only city in the world straddled on two continents, separated by the Bosphorus strait, which runs from the Black Sea through Istanbul and into the inland Sea of Marmara which flows through the Dardanelles and out to the Aegean. Turkey is bordered to the north by the Black Sea (Karadeniz), to the west by the Sea of Marmara (Marmara Denizi) and Aegean (Ege) and to the south by the Mediterranean (Akdeniz).

Due to its position and the fact that Turkey is at the meeting point of three different climatic zones, it is home to a tremendous variety of landscapes and plants so being a paradise for travellers and naturalists. There are dense forests in the northern Black Sea and the southern Mediterranean regions, coastal plains on the western Aegean; mountain pastures inland, deserts to the southeast and lakes throughout the country.
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Dec 11, 2009
 
Regions

Turkey is separated into seven geographical regions, which are, in order of size: East Anatolia, Central Anatolia, Black Sea, Mediterranean, Aegean, Marmara and Southeast Anatolia.

Mountains

Turkey is also a very mountainous country, with an average altitude of 1,132 metres and the tallest peaks in the east with Mount Agri (A&#287;r&#305; Da&#287;&#305;) the highest at 5165 metres. This mountain is a snow-capped inactive volcano and is said to be the resting place for Noah’s Ark. The North Anatolian Mountains run along the north of the country parallel to the Black Sea, whilst the Taurus Mountains (Toros Da&#287;lar&#305;) sweep along the Mediterranean in the south.
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Lakes and Rivers

There are a large number of lakes in Turkey; most notable is Lake Van, the largest natural lake at 3,713 square kms, covering as much area as an inland sea. Dam lakes are also a common site in Turkey. The country’s longest river is the K&#305;z&#305;l&#3 05;rmak, which flows into the Black Sea and is 1355 km long. The Euphrates (F&#305;rat) and Tigris (Dicle) both originate in Turkey and flow through other countries before reaching the Persian Gulf.

Wondrous Landscapes

Having a complex geological past has left some wondrous traces on the landscape, most notably the white, lunar rocky fairy-chimney forms of the Cappadocian countryside and the white travertine terraces of Pamukkale which literally means cotton castle. This varied landscape is also reflected in the crops grown in the different parts of the country: tea to the northeast, hazelnuts to the north, olives and tobacco to the west, wheat inland and fruit throughout, to name just a few.
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Dec 12, 2009
 
Kurds are losers, Armenians were smart enough to align themselves with Russia.
DEAD ULGOURS

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Dec 12, 2009
 
those who have already died have no right to talk.
islam is dead
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Dec 13, 2009
 
Greekemalan

A person of Greek and Guatemalan descent.
His mom is Greek and his dad is Guatemalan. He's a Greekemalan.
Uygur Turk

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