That's The Turkish Truth...

Created by Pro Turkish Blogger on Oct 4, 2011

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Highest Point - Mt Agri (Ararat) 5,166 m

Turkish Delight Is 240 Years Old

Capital - Ankara

Independence - 29 October 1923

Population - 78,985,548

Religion - Sunni Muslim 99.8%

Labor Force - 26.8 Million

446 Lakes Total 9,252 Square km

63.83 Million Cellular Phones

Istanbul Conquered In 1453

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Superdude

UK

#1 Oct 4, 2011
Youre digging it.
Jed

New York, NY

#4 Oct 4, 2011
The whole truth
Bekir

Australia

#5 Oct 4, 2011
Turkish Australians or Australian Turks (Turkish: Avustralya Türkleri) are Turkish people who have immigrated to Australia. However, the term also refers to Australian-born persons who have Turkish parents or who have a Turkish ancestral background.

Turks first began to emigrate to Australia from the island of Cyprus for work in the 1940s, and then again when Turkish Cypriots were forced by Greek army to leave their homes during the Cyprus conflict between 1963 and 1974. Furthermore, a large scale of Turkish immigrants began to arrive in Australia once a bilateral agreement was signed between Turkey and Australia in 1967.

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#6 Oct 5, 2011
The Greeced Cabinet also was also expected to approve a plan to cut civil service staff by about 30,000 by the end of the year. It is still in session.
TURKISH FACTS

Brunswick, Australia

#7 Oct 7, 2011
Country name - conventional long form: Republic of Turkey
conventional short form: Turkey
local long form - Turkiye Cumhuriyeti
local short form: Turkiye
Kelkitli

Fitzroy, Australia

#8 Oct 10, 2011
Yes Ankara is capital Turkish
counter

Ventspils, Latvia

#9 Oct 10, 2011
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Nobody

North Bergen, NJ

#10 Oct 13, 2011
Kelkitli wrote:
Yes Ankara is capital Turkish
Istanbul is commonly known as the capital.
Bekir

Australia

#11 Oct 16, 2011
Atlanta'ya indik, peki simdi Auburn'e nasil gelecegiz?

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Atlanta hava alanina vardiginizda Auburn’e yaklasik olarak 100 mil kadar bir mesafe uzaktasiniz. Hartsfield Atlanta uluslararasi havaalani ve Auburn arasi haftanin 7 gunu belirli saatlerde hizmet veren shuttle mevcuttur. Detayli bilgi icin asagidaki linki tiklayip bilgi alabilirsiniz.

Since: Sep 10

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#12 Oct 17, 2011
During a large-scale attack of Armenian armed forces on Kelbadjar district of Azerbaijan begun 1 April 1993, an urgent order was transmitted from the main radio station GSM-7 in the Vardenis district of Armenia to the main radio station in Kelbadjar and all mobile radio stations. The order demanded the immediate elimination of captured Azerbaijani citizens, including women, children, and the elderly. The reason for haste was to hide the evidence of atrocities committed against Azerbaijanis from an international delegation and journalists visiting the region. The text of this radio transmission was recorded by the radio counterintelligence department of the Azerbaijan Ministry of National Security on 6-7 April 1993.

During the occupation of the Kelbadjar district, 15 residents of Bashlibel village, including Mukhammed Amraliyev, Surkhay Amraliyev, Chingiz Amraliyev, Aygun Amraliyeva, Busat Ahmadova, and Chichek Hasanova, were executed on the spot. Khasay Mukhammed ogly Amraliyev and Binnet Abdulali ogly Ahmadov witnessed this atrocity.
Kelkitli

Fitzroy, Australia

#13 Oct 19, 2011
Bekir wrote:
Atlanta'ya indik, peki simdi Auburn'e nasil gelecegiz?
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Atlanta hava alanina vardiginizda Auburn’e yaklasik olarak 100 mil kadar bir mesafe uzaktasiniz. Hartsfield Atlanta uluslararasi havaalani ve Auburn arasi haftanin 7 gunu belirli saatlerde hizmet veren shuttle mevcuttur. Detayli bilgi icin asagidaki linki tiklayip bilgi alabilirsiniz.
Paramatta yolu takip et.
lambroni ardziv

Houston, TX

#14 Oct 19, 2011
when you people do not have anything to say you go off topic and spread geography and tourist brochures hahaha hohoho hihihi hehehe you think you are the only ones that can attack the armenian forum verch
lambroni ardziv

Houston, TX

#15 Oct 19, 2011
Investigat0r wrote:
During a large-scale attack of Armenian armed forces on Kelbadjar district of Azerbaijan begun 1 April 1993, an urgent order was transmitted from the main radio station GSM-7 in the Vardenis district of Armenia to the main radio station in Kelbadjar and all mobile radio stations. The order demanded the immediate elimination of captured Azerbaijani citizens, including women, children, and the elderly. The reason for haste was to hide the evidence of atrocities committed against Azerbaijanis from an international delegation and journalists visiting the region. The text of this radio transmission was recorded by the radio counterintelligence department of the Azerbaijan Ministry of National Security on 6-7 April 1993.
During the occupation of the Kelbadjar district, 15 residents of Bashlibel village, including Mukhammed Amraliyev, Surkhay Amraliyev, Chingiz Amraliyev, Aygun Amraliyeva, Busat Ahmadova, and Chichek Hasanova, were executed on the spot. Khasay Mukhammed ogly Amraliyev and Binnet Abdulali ogly Ahmadov witnessed this atrocity.
how about all the armenians that died in sumgait you easily forget that verch

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#16 Oct 20, 2011
Q: How can you tell when a FAX had been sent from a Armanian?

A: There is a stamp on it.
Bic

Portland, OR

#17 Oct 20, 2011
Cosmic Storm wrote:
Q: How can you tell when a FAX had been sent from a Armanian?
A: There is a stamp on it.
Q : Where do you find a terrorist?

A : In Armenia.
Bekir

Australia

#18 Oct 23, 2011
The last time I enjoyed lokum, authentic Turkish delight, was during a visit to Istanbul. I'd bought about two kilograms of the stuff from the city's famed Spice Bazaar and then had to lug it around Turkey in my backpack for the next three weeks, eating it or giving it away as I went in an attempt to lighten the load.
ALI

Richmond, Australia

#19 Oct 24, 2011
Bic wrote:
<quoted text> Q : Where do you find a terrorist?
A : In Armenia.
why r those people killers

check this out :@

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/turkey/T4V45...
Yekrut Arakna

Germany

#20 Oct 28, 2011
Bic wrote:
<quoted text> Q : Where do you find a terrorist?
A : In Armenia.
Wrong, all Armenian terrorists are born and bred in Yerevan but soon move to Iraq.
ABOUT ADANA

Brunswick, Australia

#21 Nov 1, 2011
Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Area, with a population of 3 million, stretches over 100 kilometres from east to west and 25 kilometres from north to south; encompassing the cities of Mersin, Tarsus, Adana and Ceyhan.
Dexter

Kansas City, MO

#22 Nov 4, 2011
eARMENIANS ARE KILLER TERORISTS

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