IV congress of world mathematical society of Turkic countries to be held in Azerbaijan

Jul 7, 2009 Full story: news-en.trend.az 108
Kazakhstan, Astana, July 7 / Trend News K. Konyrova /

IV congress of world mathematical society of Turkic countries will be held in Azerbaijan, press-service of Kazakh national university named after al-Farabi told Trend News. III congress of world mathematical society of Turkic countries was held one of these days. Full Story
SHIRO

AOL

#21 Jul 7, 2009
yasemin wrote:
is it important rumi 's nationality? u must admit that there is a common culture in middle east. i can easily communicate with an iranian, arabian or greek because of it.( sorry greeks think they are not from here..they belong to europe lol...they can eat dolma and drink raki with their europian partners hahahaa)
we just stand apart for a long time with our souls ( asia turkic people and persians)
That is True 111% but if you open a school and Name it Bu Ali El Hussian ibni Aby Sina no one I know will say any thing other then Bravo. But If you call it Aby Sina the Arab you will make prople around the world not likinig you.

Using Khawrezmi or Razi ,Or Beyroni as themelves with not much fuss about their DNA is perfectly O right. And that is my point. I said to an AZERI in Baku university That you have the corps of NIZAMI and we Persian not planning to take it even if it offered ,because we are having his poetry , you keep the corps we keep the poetry ..He admire my feeling.
SHIRO

AOL

#22 Jul 7, 2009
yasemin wrote:
is it important rumi 's nationality? u must admit that there is a common culture in middle east. i can easily communicate with an iranian, arabian or greek because of it.( sorry greeks think they are not from here..they belong to europe lol...they can eat dolma and drink raki with their europian partners hahahaa)
we just stand apart for a long time with our souls ( asia turkic people and persians)
Greeks Phylosephers works was treasured by Persian monarcks . In the Time of Kalifah El Mahdi the Abbaside Khlif 810 A.D a young Presian Zorosterian named Rozbah , muslem named Abdullah transelated Olat and Aresto frm Persian to Artabic. At first the Khlif like it , but some thing happnend and Chief Judge of Baghdad declared the work to be a Zoraostertian subversion of Islam . Ruzbah was thirty yeares of age when his body was tourhed to death.
Years later these Arabic transelation will wind up in Spain , and from there to the rest of Europe . EUROPE Beggins to descover Helinik Civilization and Culture from Rozbah AKA Abdullah early works..
SHIRO

AOL

#23 Jul 7, 2009
Sorry many typical mistakes :Rozbah/ Abdullah Transelated from Persian to Arabic the works of PLATO AND ARESTO. The Khalifah Mehdi El Abaasi Tourched his body cliaming his works was a Zorosterian attempt to subvert ISLAM

“sea and sun”

Since: Dec 08

Izmir, Turkey

#24 Jul 8, 2009
Turko-Persian tradition:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turko-Persian_tr...

"After arriving in Persia, the Seljuqs adopted the Persian culture and language, and played an important role in the development of the Turko-Persian tradition which features "Persian culture patronized by Turkic rulers." Today, they are remembered as great patrons of Persian culture, art, literature, and language and are regarded by some as the cultural ancestors of the Western Turks – the present-day inhabitants of Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Turkmenistan."
----
Turkish culture today is a mix of pre-Muslim Shamanic, Iranic, Arab and Greek-Roman.

We inherited Arab culture from Islam
we inherited Greek-Latin culture from native Anatolians
we inherited Shaman culture from our ethnic roots

and the one that literally "civilized" Turks was Iranic, few of Turks who came to turkey were nomads, most Turkmen settlers were deeply Iranized.
Yatta Torukojin

Istanbul, Turkey

#25 Jul 8, 2009
turkish boy wrote:
Turko-Persian tradition:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turko-Persian_tr...
"After arriving in Persia, the Seljuqs adopted the Persian culture and language, and played an important role in the development of the Turko-Persian tradition which features "Persian culture patronized by Turkic rulers." Today, they are remembered as great patrons of Persian culture, art, literature, and language and are regarded by some as the cultural ancestors of the Western Turks – the present-day inhabitants of Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Turkmenistan."
----
Turkish culture today is a mix of pre-Muslim Shamanic, Iranic, Arab and Greek-Roman.
We inherited Arab culture from Islam
we inherited Greek-Latin culture from native Anatolians
we inherited Shaman culture from our ethnic roots
and the one that literally "civilized" Turks was Iranic, few of Turks who came to turkey were nomads, most Turkmen settlers were deeply Iranized.
Agreed again yet this is our miracelous RICHNESS in every aspects,art,music,cuisine,cult ure,traditions,language,behavi our...etc etc etc envied by most of the world peoples.
A song from a Tuvan Turk , throat singing ballad from a Altai Turks,Mongolian Er-Hu sound, a Balkan song,an Arabic,Persian,Armenian,Greek, Tsigan,Serbs,Caucasus... songs give us the same emotions same heartbeat,same feeling...
Tell me if there any other peoples can feel the same way we do.Definetly not !

Yet these all make us TURKS not our genetical codes.

I am proud of my Turkish RICHNESS and trying hard to deserve this speechless heritage left to me from our anchestors.
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#26 Jul 8, 2009
Yatta Torukojin wrote:
<quoted text>
Agreed again yet this is our miracelous RICHNESS in every aspects,art,music,cuisine,cult ure,traditions,language,behavi our...etc etc etc envied by most of the world peoples.
A song from a Tuvan Turk , throat singing ballad from a Altai Turks,Mongolian Er-Hu sound, a Balkan song,an Arabic,Persian,Armenian,Greek, Tsigan,Serbs,Caucasus... songs give us the same emotions same heartbeat,same feeling...
Tell me if there any other peoples can feel the same way we do.Definetly not !
Yet these all make us TURKS not our genetical codes.
I am proud of my Turkish RICHNESS and trying hard to deserve this speechless heritage left to me from our anchestors.
It is all well and proper except the name
TURKISH
Making a mockery of the whole spirit.

“sea and sun”

Since: Dec 08

Izmir, Turkey

#27 Jul 8, 2009
Yatta Torukojin wrote:
<quoted text>
Agreed again yet this is our miracelous RICHNESS in every aspects,art,music,cuisine,cult ure,traditions,language,behavi our...etc etc etc envied by most of the world peoples.
A song from a Tuvan Turk , throat singing ballad from a Altai Turks,Mongolian Er-Hu sound, a Balkan song,an Arabic,Persian,Armenian,Greek, Tsigan,Serbs,Caucasus... songs give us the same emotions same heartbeat,same feeling...
Tell me if there any other peoples can feel the same way we do.Definetly not !
Yet these all make us TURKS not our genetical codes.
I am proud of my Turkish RICHNESS and trying hard to deserve this speechless heritage left to me from our anchestors.
Culture is good and great, but that doesn't mean that this should push to mongrelization. Turks are a Turkic Turanid racial group.
Mixture happened of course, but not at a scale to change fully our make up. Our blood is Turkic.
Agamemnon

London, UK

#28 Jul 8, 2009
yasemin wrote:
is it important rumi 's nationality? u must admit that there is a common culture in middle east. i can easily communicate with an iranian, arabian or greek because of it.( sorry greeks think they are not from here..they belong to europe lol...they can eat dolma and drink raki with their europian partners hahahaa)
we just stand apart for a long time with our souls ( asia turkic people and persians)
Most Greeks, including myself feel that we belong more to the east than the west. That is to say, that even though I was born in the UK, I feel more comfortable with Armenians, Turks, Arabs, Persians and even Israelis.With most British people I have to adopt a different temperament that goes against my nature.Greeks have always looked east from ancient times through Byzantium.
Like most med. nations, it is the economics and politics that made us look west. Even though the west has so called based itself on ancient Greek values, they have used the concept of democracy and exploited it as a tool for control of other countries even though their concept of democracy is that you can say whatever you like, but are able to change nothing.
True western culture as we have seen with the recent economic crisis, is based on the government bond, the stock market and equities and other financial instruments.
Akilli

Malatya, Turkey

#29 Jul 8, 2009
turkish boy wrote:
Turko-Persian tradition:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turko-Persian_tr...
"After arriving in Persia, the Seljuqs adopted the Persian culture and language, and played an important role in the development of the Turko-Persian tradition which features "Persian culture patronized by Turkic rulers." Today, they are remembered as great patrons of Persian culture, art, literature, and language and are regarded by some as the cultural ancestors of the Western Turks – the present-day inhabitants of Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Turkmenistan."
----
Turkish culture today is a mix of pre-Muslim Shamanic, Iranic, Arab and Greek-Roman.
We inherited Arab culture from Islam
we inherited Greek-Latin culture from native Anatolians
we inherited Shaman culture from our ethnic roots
and the one that literally "civilized" Turks was Iranic, few of Turks who came to turkey were nomads, most Turkmen settlers were deeply Iranized.
Idiot can't you read?The rulers were Turks,we did not inherit anything from them,we gave them our culture.That is why culture is culTURe!
lebbblebi

Istanbul, Turkey

#30 Jul 8, 2009
turkish boy wrote:
<quoted text>
Culture is good and great, but that doesn't mean that this should push to mongrelization. Turks are a Turkic Turanid racial group.
Mixture happened of course, but not at a scale to change fully our make up. Our blood is Turkic.
Well said.
Yatta Torukojin

Istanbul, Turkey

#31 Jul 8, 2009
Dander wrote:
<quoted text>
It is all well and proper except the name
TURKISH
Making a mockery of the whole spirit.
Hey guys didn't I tell you all that there are god damn jealous peoples of our richness yet we have a Hay-meni here who proves me.
Looser immigrant jerk.
Akilli

Malatya, Turkey

#32 Jul 8, 2009
If you don't start eating meatsoon,like Dander I will give you Turkish Kebap!
Akilli

Malatya, Turkey

#33 Jul 8, 2009
Yatta Torukojin wrote:
<quoted text>
Agreed again yet this is our miracelous RICHNESS in every aspects,art,music,cuisine,cult ure,traditions,language,behavi our...etc etc etc envied by most of the world peoples.
A song from a Tuvan Turk , throat singing ballad from a Altai Turks,Mongolian Er-Hu sound, a Balkan song,an Arabic,Persian,Armenian,Greek, Tsigan,Serbs,Caucasus... songs give us the same emotions same heartbeat,same feeling...
Tell me if there any other peoples can feel the same way we do.Definetly not !
Yet these all make us TURKS not our genetical codes.
I am proud of my Turkish RICHNESS and trying hard to deserve this speechless heritage left to me from our anchestors.
Güzel isim seçmissin,yatta Türk kosun sana!
Akilli

Malatya, Turkey

#34 Jul 8, 2009
Stupid people!What is next?Did Ottomans got Greek culture!
Akilli

Malatya, Turkey

#35 Jul 8, 2009
Because you can only get Culgreek not culture from 200 year old people!
yasemin

Istanbul, Turkey

#36 Jul 8, 2009
Akilli wrote:
Stupid people!What is next?Did Ottomans got Greek culture!
fena sacmalamissin...Dander dan fark&#305;n yok...
Yatta Torukojin

Istanbul, Turkey

#37 Jul 8, 2009
turkish boy wrote:
<quoted text>
Culture is good and great, but that doesn't mean that this should push to mongrelization. Turks are a Turkic Turanid racial group.
Mixture happened of course, but not at a scale to change fully our make up. Our blood is Turkic.
Not agreed ! This is a new world and resembel between race codes and culture is no more possible.What make us Turks,Greek,Armenian,Russian are our cultural tendency and practises , telling you again
not our untouched make up.
Even Japanese are not a pure race and don't think they have the same make up as it used be.
We are a nation who has been conquered while we actualy conquered.
Akilli

Malatya, Turkey

#38 Jul 8, 2009
yasemin wrote:
<quoted text>
fena sacmalamissin...Dander dan fark&#305;n yok...
Asil sen ne dedigini bilmeyen bir tipsin!Iran binlerce yildir Türktür!Ismini Türkler koymustur!Iranin en eski dini Zorogusturian(Azur+oguz+Turan) ,Türk dinidir!Allahin Iranlisi bu güne kadar ne kültür yaratmis ki Türk kültürü Iranlilardan gelir diyorsunuz!
Geri Zekalilar!
Ulan biraz protein yiyin be!
Yatta Torukojin

Istanbul, Turkey

#39 Jul 8, 2009
Agamemnon wrote:
<quoted text>
Most Greeks, including myself feel that we belong more to the east than the west. That is to say, that even though I was born in the UK, I feel more comfortable with Armenians, Turks, Arabs, Persians and even Israelis.With most British people I have to adopt a different temperament that goes against my nature.Greeks have always looked east from ancient times through Byzantium.
Like most med. nations, it is the economics and politics that made us look west. Even though the west has so called based itself on ancient Greek values, they have used the concept of democracy and exploited it as a tool for control of other countries even though their concept of democracy is that you can say whatever you like, but are able to change nothing.
True western culture as we have seen with the recent economic crisis, is based on the government bond, the stock market and equities and other financial instruments.
Neither we feel ourselves close to the Muslim Malasian,Peshtouns,Endonesians ...
Who could dare to compare Greeks cultural richness or Spanish cultural richness ( due to their constant interaction with East for ages ) with mid European states, Brits,Scandinavians cultures.
No one !
But I should warn you anyway , you Greeks getting close to those selfish,miserable mid Europeans behaviours,practises day by day.
I believe turning your back to your "eastly touched" heritage cumulated in thousands of years would be really big lost for you.
Akilli

Malatya, Turkey

#40 Jul 8, 2009
Yatta Torukojin wrote:
<quoted text>
Neither we feel ourselves close to the Muslim Malasian,Peshtouns,Endonesians ...
Who could dare to compare Greeks cultural richness or Spanish cultural richness ( due to their constant interaction with East for ages ) with mid European states, Brits,Scandinavians cultures.
No one !
But I should warn you anyway , you Greeks getting close to those selfish,miserable mid Europeans behaviours,practises day by day.
I believe turning your back to your "eastly touched" heritage cumulated in thousands of years would be really big lost for you.
Yat assagi!Allahin kirrosu!

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