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Turkey

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Osman, Orhan, Sultan, Süleyman...

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leys climb

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Dec 29, 2009
 

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ermens are infectious rude-growing pumpions
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Dec 29, 2009
 
Ya, but they make better flying carpets than you. Don't you know the whole world is looking at your hate filled posts?
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#3
Dec 30, 2009
 
What do you call a person who has lost 95% of his brainpower?
A Greek.
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Dec 31, 2009
 
mambo wrote:
What do you call a person who has lost 95% of his brainpower?
A Greek.
Haha haha
lets format

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ermens are ignorant beasts
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History of Islam in Bulgaria

Islam in Bulgaria can be traced back to the mid-ninth century with Islamic missionaries spreading Arab literature and thus influencing Bulgarian art during the time of Tsar Simeon.Already during 866 Pope Nicholas describes in a letter that the Muslims in Bulgaria presented a problem in the Danube region. Later during the 11th and 12th centuries, nomadic Turkic tribes such as the Cumans and the Pechenegs entered Bulgaria and engaged the Byzantine Empire. According to scholars, some of these were Muslim. It is suggested by some that the Turks in the Ludogorie could be descendants of these tribes. On the other hand, the Orthodox Christian Gagauzes are also purported to originate from the Cumans and Pechenegs who settled in northern Bulgaria, which would imply that their ancestors were either already Christian or adopted Christianity upon their arrival[citation needed]]][unreliable source?][Neutrality is disputed].

Migration of Muslim Seljuk Turks to Dobruja during the 13th century is also mentioned. In 1362, Ottoman Turks captured the city of Edirne and with in the next two years they had advanced as far as Plovdiv. The city of Sofia fell in 1385. Thus, Bulgaria was under Islamic domination until 1878 when the Principality of Bulgaria was established after the Russo-Turkish War.

According to the office of the Grand Mufti in Sofia during the Turkish Ottoman rule in Bulgaria there were 2356 mosques, 174 tekke, 142 madrasah and 400 waqf. After the Russo-Turkish War many Islamic properties were either destroyed or confiscated for civilian use. Currently there are 1458 mosques in Bulgaria.
lets level

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if ermens INT was two points higher,they'd be a rock
lets level

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Jan 4, 2010
 
greeks are evidence of that missing link theory
Ali

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Jan 4, 2010
 
Bir elin nesi var, iki elin sesi var.
Two heads are better than one.
Ali

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#11
Jan 4, 2010
 
Çabuk parlayan çabuk söner.
What flares up fast, extinguishes soon.
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#12
Jan 5, 2010
 
what is this a group
lets twist

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Jan 6, 2010
 
greeks are degenerate beef-witted serpents-eggs
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Jan 7, 2010
 
lets twist wrote:
greeks are degenerate beef-witted serpents-eggs
turks are twisting greek baalls.
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Jan 8, 2010
 
lol@ u lot :D
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#16
Jan 9, 2010
 
The first church built by man (St. Peter's Church) is in Antioch (Antakya)
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Jan 9, 2010
 
the oldest sculpture on the world found in Urfa remains from 13 century BC.
The World must KNOW

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Jan 9, 2010
 
"In Soviet Armenia today there no longer exists a single Turkish soul."

Sahak Melkonian, Preserving the Armenian Purity, 1920
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#19
Jan 10, 2010
 
isnt Mehmet the conquerer the destroyer of greeks?
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#20
Jan 11, 2010
 
What do you call an Armennian with half a brain?
Gifted.
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Jan 11, 2010
 
Distribution of Turkish dialects in Bulgaria

There are two main dialects; the first one is spoken in every area in south-east Bulgaria and is also used in the neighbouring countries (Greece and Turkey). It can be identified from the second one by looking at the "present continuous time"; it has the suffix forms -yirin,-yisin,-yiri. In formal Turkish they are -yorum,-yorsun,-yor. In the second dialect, used near Kurdzhali, the forms are; -vĉrin,-vĉsin,-vĉri.

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