Hakimiyet, Cumhuriyet, Milliyet, Hürriyet...

Created by Pro Blggr on Dec 26, 2009

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I Read Hürriyet

My Daily Paper Is Günaydin

Dünya Is The Best

I Never Miss Milliyet

It's Cumhuriyet

Haber 7 Is My Source

Günes Is #1

Hakimiyet Is Too Popular

Mail Gazete Is Economical

Türkiye Gazetesi Is Reliable

Kelkitli Yavuz

Fitzroy, Australia

#365 May 15, 2012
Ermenilere hic firsat vermeden sikin.
Dexter

Kansas City, MO

#366 May 22, 2012
Armenians are big terrorists.
Kelkitli Yavuz

Fitzroy, Australia

#367 May 27, 2012
Suratsiz ermenileri ibne gibi sikerim.
Sanchez

Australia

#368 Jun 3, 2012
Dexter wrote:
Armenians are big terrorists.
Whatof it.
ALI

Richmond, Australia

#369 Jun 13, 2012
I Read Hurriyet

Since: Sep 10

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#370 Jun 17, 2012
The Armenian Secret Liberation Army (ASOA): was founded in Beirut in 1975. Its headquarters located in Damask and has more than thosand fighters, trained in the Palesinian bases. The organization carried out terrorist acts, leading to death of 19 Turkish diplomats in different states of the world, during its first 6 years activity.
Kelkitli Yavuz

Fitzroy, Australia

#371 Jun 25, 2012
Ermeni sikin hergun.
WCE

Australia

#372 Jun 30, 2012
Investigat0r wrote:
The Armenian Secret Liberation Army (ASOA): was founded in Beirut in 1975. Its headquarters located in Damask and has more than thosand fighters, trained in the Palesinian bases. The organization carried out terrorist acts, leading to death of 19 Turkish diplomats in different states of the world, during its first 6 years activity.
eaSY.
tung lung

Australia

#373 Jul 1, 2012
i dài; ii dài; i-cờ-rét-c&#7901 ;-rét.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#374 Jul 5, 2012
The Armenian terrorist organizations are always provided with express or implicit support by one or more states. These states are using the organizations as an instrument or for covering their own secret organisations or psychological operation institutions
Nobody

North Bergen, NJ

#375 Jul 5, 2012
Nobody comes.
til

Brunswick, Australia

#376 Jul 9, 2012
Modern day Troy

The ruins of the ancient city of Troy are located in North West Turkey. The ruins of Troy are surrounded by fields of grain with a few interspersed villages in the area. Troy was rediscovered by archaeological excavations in the 19th Century during the time of 0ttoman rule in Turkey.

History of Troy in Turkey

The ancient city of Troy has been inhabited since the Bronze Age although the city has been destroyed and rebuilt several times throughout history. In 1800 BC Troy became settled and populated by people of Indo European origins who were related to the Mycenaeans of what is today Greece. The city of Troy increased in prominence as Troy traded with other Greek city states on the other side of the Aegean Sea.

-The Ruins of Troy-

If you visit Troy today the first thing you will notice is the large replica of the Trojan horse at the front of the ruins. Taking a picture in front of the Trojan horse at the site of Troy is a great photo opportunity. The ruins of Troy are an official Turkish tourist site which are open daily from 8am until 5pm. The entrance fee for Troy is $1. Unfortunately the ruins at Troy are not as complete as other Turkish sites like Ephesus despite archaeological excavations from the 19th century. Archaeologists inside and outside of Turkey believe that there were no less than nine different city states built at Troy; each one on top of the other. This can still be seen today in Turkey at the ruins of Troy where walls from different historical periods have been excavated. The Troy that has become famous from stories of the Trojan War was believed to be the sixth or seventh Troy. The temple of Athena from the 7th city of Troy can still be seen today.

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#377 Jul 10, 2012
Why did the Greek cross the road ?
Because the chicken needed a day off
WCE

Australia

#378 Jul 18, 2012
Cosmic Storm wrote:
Why did the Greek cross the road ?
Because the chicken needed a day off
The GREEK is THE ChicKEn..
Timmy

Australia

#379 Jul 28, 2012
Cosmic Storm wrote:
Why did the Greek cross the road ?
Because the chicken needed a day off
You need a fist off.
Gentleman George

Australia

#380 Aug 2, 2012
WCE wrote:
<quoted text> The GREEK is THE ChicKEn..
You are walking on a thin thread.
Roger That

Australia

#381 Aug 9, 2012
Gentleman George wrote:
<quoted text>You are walking on a thin thread.
Aren't we all.
Somebody

North Bergen, NJ

#382 Aug 10, 2012
Researcher wrote:
ARMENIAN ATROCITIES AGAINST THEIR OWN NATIONALS
http://www.ermenisorunu.gen.tr/english/massac...
Somebody saw this.
ali ALI Ali aLi ALI ali

Richmond, Australia

#383 Aug 19, 2012
hello SOMEBODY wasup ?

Since: Dec 11

Istanbul, Turkey

#384 Aug 20, 2012
Somebody wrote:
<quoted text>Somebody saw this.
Kurd terrorists (PKK) are not different to Armenian terrorists.

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