The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Jul 11, 2011 Full story: SETimes news 132,903

Turkey has played a moderator role between Serbia and the tripartite BiH presidency.

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“ I've never”

Since: Sep 11

faked a sarcasm in my life

#112369 Nov 18, 2012
Nina Q wrote:
good night people
tomorrow is a new day for my neighbours the
glorious Ottomans from.. the Republic of Slav Ottomanija!!!!
Good night...:)!

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112370 Nov 18, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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Crackheads still running the streets in that Ontario?LOL
What part of Ontario are you referring to?
you are talking about a province twice the size of Texas:)

An average city in Ontario is safer than the safest city in USA:)

Our only fear is pending US invasion:))

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112371 Nov 18, 2012
Good Night Nina, the proud Ottoman:)

“ I've never”

Since: Sep 11

faked a sarcasm in my life

#112372 Nov 18, 2012
babushka wrote:
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LOL did I know him before? He was talking to ME the other day as if I had conversations with him before..:)
If i did , i dont remember at all... HKLM is okay but I like Basil's poetry better.. where is HE btw.. I miss him..
Good night!

Since: Oct 09

Lilyfield, Australia

#112373 Nov 18, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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compassion, poetry and passion:) as you know almost all Ottoman Sultans were poets and each must have 20-30 Greeks in the Harem, some of it must rob off:)
Now I am being naughty! I have to work to deserve Aristo's animosity
and confirm Nina's suspicions:)
It looks we still have to teach Greeks how to think big, another hundred years with us might do the job!
Since you mention poetry, who was the first Turk poet?

Is there anyone?

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112374 Nov 18, 2012
Aristofanis wrote:
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Since you mention poetry, who was the first Turk poet?
Is there anyone?
http://www.ottomansouvenir.com/General/Turkis...
some interesting facts

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#112375 Nov 18, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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What part of Ontario are you referring to?
you are talking about a province twice the size of Texas:)
An average city in Ontario is safer than the safest city in USA:)
Our only fear is pending US invasion:))
My knowledge goes somewhere between Brantford,Hamilton and Toronto.Ya,when they shut down Welfare,we gonna open the border and send them all to you,LMAO!

Since: Oct 09

Lilyfield, Australia

#112376 Nov 18, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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http://www.ottomansouvenir.com/General/Turkis...
some interesting facts
So you earliest poetry started as early as 1412 according to your link so, what you were doing before that?

No Turkish civilization prior?

Equate that with the Greek poetry that have started 2,000 years BC, to see who is GREAT!

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#112377 Nov 18, 2012
Walking Dead's on.To whoever watches it.

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112378 Nov 18, 2012
Milena N wrote:
Walking Dead's on.To whoever watches it.
Dexter and Homeland. Walking Death too slow watch:)

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112379 Nov 18, 2012
Aristofanis wrote:
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So you earliest poetry started as early as 1412 according to your link so, what you were doing before that?
No Turkish civilization prior?
Equate that with the Greek poetry that have started 2,000 years BC, to see who is GREAT!
That was only for Ottoman Empire

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#112380 Nov 18, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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Dexter and Homeland. Walking Death too slow watch:)
I have no idea what that is.But Walking dead's been good the last couple of episodes.

Since: Oct 09

Lilyfield, Australia

#112381 Nov 18, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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That was only for Ottoman Empire
Let me set it blankly,

When Turkish poetry started and who was the first Turkish Poet?

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#112382 Nov 18, 2012
Aristofanis wrote:
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Let me set it blankly,
When Turkish poetry started and who was the first Turkish Poet?
How's somebody supposed to know something like that?I don't know who was the first Bulgarian poet.In fact I don't know who was anyone's first poet.Honestly,although I can write pretty decent poetry if I want to,I hate poetry.Paradox,eh?
Turk 187

Pyrmont, Australia

#112383 Nov 18, 2012
Again with the greatnes Ari - you clearly live in a parallel card box here in Pyrmont my fellow greekling...

But hey, your family is starving and your still stroking your ego, what a thwarted view of reality.

Ari, some friendly advice, make sure you polish up on your german next time you visit nana maskouri on that turkish island you call santorini...
Aristofanis wrote:
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That's what is GREAT all about!
GREEK FROM GREAT
What a feeling BRE half TURK,
Turk 187

Pyrmont, Australia

#112384 Nov 18, 2012
Nina its obviously clear you have the whore DNA...but let me shine some light on your below average post.

I read and write in arabic and speak over 4 different languages, this has not only given me a better understanding of my beliefs but has helped me become more wordly, Im grateful that I learned so many languages.

Now if your somehow trying to spark a debate regarding the Ataturk days your really only creating a storm in a tea cup and you should stick to watching the ceiling and waiting for the buzz noise so you client can get off you so the next one can jump on.

Hope your next client is a dark man with an impressive endownment whos requesting the Nina Back Door access....wink wink !!!
Nina Q wrote:
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and Turkish kids start learning Arabic in primary schools he he he but how would you know.. you are a diaspora turk.. safely playing the smart aleck from a distance.. you didnt go to get killed by any Kurd did you/? yaeh the kids in turkey are practising arabic and getting killed too. he!!!
it shouldnt be difficult for turks to learn the arabic alphabet..they onlyn stopped using it in the 20 th when magically Kemal changed it into... latin alphabet he he ..
shalam aleikum wa habibi hamdelallah Sultan meremet!!!

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#112385 Nov 18, 2012
Turk 187 wrote:
Again with the greatnes Ari - you clearly live in a parallel card box here in Pyrmont my fellow greekling...
But hey, your family is starving and your still stroking your ego, what a thwarted view of reality.
Ari, some friendly advice, make sure you polish up on your german next time you visit nana maskouri on that turkish island you call santorini...
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http://i456.photobucket.com/albums/qq288/lil_...

“Curious? You should be!”

Since: Nov 10

East of Eden

#112386 Nov 18, 2012
Turk 187 wrote:
Nina its obviously clear you have the whore DNA...but let me shine some light on your below average post.
I read and write in arabic and speak over 4 different languages, this has not only given me a better understanding of my beliefs but has helped me become more wordly, Im grateful that I learned so many languages.
Now if your somehow trying to spark a debate regarding the Ataturk days your really only creating a storm in a tea cup and you should stick to watching the ceiling and waiting for the buzz noise so you client can get off you so the next one can jump on.
Hope your next client is a dark man with an impressive endownment whos requesting the Nina Back Door access....wink wink !!!
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I can't stand listening to Arabic language.It's like something taken out of horror movie.The Hebrew sounds exactly the same.I don't even know why they fight each other.They're the same people.Of course the Jews are better because they aren't insane Islamists.But still those kind of languages give me the creeps.
Turk 187

Pyrmont, Australia

#112387 Nov 18, 2012
Every language sounds beautiful whorebag, but I dont expect a racist xenophobic inbreed fool like you to see beyond the confides of a brothel
Milena N wrote:
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I can't stand listening to Arabic language.It's like something taken out of horror movie.The Hebrew sounds exactly the same.I don't even know why they fight each other.They're the same people.Of course the Jews are better because they aren't insane Islamists.But still those kind of languages give me the creeps.
Turk 187

Pyrmont, Australia

#112388 Nov 18, 2012
Damm lady, if that your picture I feel sorry for your girlfriend, she must have a strong stomach.
Milena N wrote:

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